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July 16th, 2007

29th June @ 05:41 pm

Ok so on the 29th of June BC was held at my place (roesha) and I have to admit that when I got the monies for BC I was like 'money, shoooooppppppiiing spreeeeeeeeee!'
So, I went to some places I thought interesting to seek out some cool texts for BC. That led me on just shy of a goose chase around Bgo, but it was fun and ended with me almost coinless and with 3 different texts.
We started the night around 7 I think it was and had Spaghetti Boglnaise, Sprite, Lift, oh, before that Snakes...I love Allans lollies! Annnnd, Ice Cream!
Then came the surprise! I love them don't you?
This month is

*Piccolo and Annabelle by Stephen Axelsen
Piccolo and Annabelle #1. Young Piccolo Grande lives alone in his fine old family home, following the mysterious disappearance of his parents years before. But one fateful afternoon his neat and ordered life is turned upside down and inside out when noisy, round and redfaced Annabelle bursts into his life. She claims to be his great aunt, but Piccolo recognises her for the angel she is - a Guardian Angel, sent to mind Piccolo - but where Annabelle goes, disaster soon follows and in two shakes of a feather, it is the boy who is minding the angel... Hb 147pp

*No Time Like Show Time by Michael Hoeye
Hermux Tantamoq is in the spotlight again when he gets an urgent plea for help from Fluster Varmint—the most famous mouse in show business. It seems as if someone wants to put Varmint’s lights out! Hermux dives into the mystery, but quickly discovers the difficulty of finding the culprit in a theater full of other people putting on an act. And there are other threats, too, notably suave director Brinx Lotelle practicing his amorous skills on dashing aviatrix Linka Perflinger, who just happens to be Hermux’s sweetheart—if only Hermux had the nerve to tell her! Can Hermux save the day, save the theater, and get the girl? Or will it be curtains for our favorite watchmaking mouse? Pb 228pp (This may help http://www.hermux.com/book-notime.html)

*10 Things I Hate About You Directed by Gil Junger
How do I loathe thee? Let me count the ways.
DVD Runtime 97 minutes Rated PG-13 for crude sex-related humor and dialogue, alcohol and drug-related scenes, all involving teens.

Well, all I can say is enjoy and comment once your done

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