In which there are two parts twos, and John talks about health care. Congrats to the Paper Towns winners, and to the others: Don't give up hope. There will be more opportunities (and you can always buy it).… Continue
So, as a form of procrastination, I began to peruse the one and only John Green's (it now occurs to me there is probably more than one John Green, but nonetheless, they're probably not nearly as awesome as the one I'm referencing) blog. You know, the textual one. I started during like, now, but then I realized I pretty much knew all the stuff he was talking about considering my frequenting of the ning, but going all the way back to July 2003 was pretty… Continue
You're probably going to say that you're going to "school" or "work" or something. Fair enough. I am going to be working the polls for the massive Democratic primary in Pennsylvania. Specifically, I will be working in Philadelphia to try to get people to vote for my friend Peggy for State Rep. And, in the process, just generally trying to get people to vote.
I just had to mention this. My unbelievably awesome nerdfighter friend gave it to me. She went to a kiosk that does personalized engravings.
This is her page:
In which John Green shares good news (about his new book Paper Towns), bad news (about taxes), and terrible news (about the Yeti). In which John Green shares good news (about his new book Paper Towns), bad news (about taxes), and terrible news (about the Yeti). Nerdfighters, leave a comment to have your name in the hat to win the ARC of Paper Towns.
For all you Boston area Nerdfighters of concert-going age, my son's band is playing a concert at the VFW in Davis Square (371 Summer Street) Somerville, MA from 7-11 on Saturday 4/5. Be there or be square.