Thursday, July 07, 2005

It would almost fit to quote Gus Gus

Yes, it would almost fit to qoute Gus Gus because i met David today. We lay in the sun on a wharf drinking beer, quite close to where i live. It was the perfect day to bring my camera, that is also named David, but i couldn't find any film and complained a lot about this
Apart from this, i spent my day reading and sleeping in the garden. Glamorama is now a detective story with long-drawn sex scenes every now and then. It is far too long and at the moment i just want to finish it. Nevertheless, it's good. A 4 out of 5.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, Malva, maybe you don't know me, but I've been supporting your blog since the veryvery moment you opened it.
I think that adding some clues about the one who suggested you to read the 4-out-of-5-stars book and to call your camera "David" would be really nice.
But it's just a suggestion; who am I to criticize the work of a real blogstar?

07 July, 2005 16:36  
Blogger malva said...

Dear Very Disco, you're very right. The one that suggested that i should read Glamorama AND named my camera is Raimondo Pugioni, the one and only.
We like.

07 July, 2005 21:45  
Blogger Samph said...

Similar things happened to me when I tried to read a couple books by Brett Easton Ellis. With Amreican Psycho I got sick of how repetitive and borring it was about 3/4 of the way through. With Rules of Attraction, I think I only got about 40 pages into it and lost interest. I usually don't abandon books, there's just something about his writing that doesn't click with me.

11 July, 2005 04:42  
Blogger malva said...

Thank you for telling me about Rulest of Attraction, i will never try to read it...
I haven't read Glamorama for days now, maybe i should abandon it as you call it. It is a hard thing to do, but..

11 July, 2005 19:06  
Blogger Samph said...

I highly recommend the movie though. I was impressed by it.

12 July, 2005 08:05  

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