Friday, October 03, 2008

That will teach them to get born with dirty parts

So I dropped off the kitty kats, Piper and Mingus, over by the animal hospital this morning for their wiggly-bit fix-jobs and New World Order homeland security chip implants. While they're Out of the Office, I'm going to take advantage of the lack of tornadic feline maelstromity to straighten up a few things ... so that they can dismantle them again when they come home tomorrow.

In that connection, here, in no particular order and for no particular reason, is a list of paperback books Pipey and Mingey have knocked off of my cheap orange metal bookcase over the last few weeks, and that I haven't bothered to pick up until now:

  • Nineteen Eighty-Four - George Orwell
  • Our Gang - Philip Roth
  • Radical Lawyers - Jonathan Black, editor
  • My Secret Life - Anonymous
  • Inside the Third Reich - Albert Speer
  • Teenage Runaway - John Benton
  • The Way of the Bull - Leo Buscaglia
  • The Social Contract - Jean Jacques Rousseau
  • Sincerely, Ronald Reagan - Helene von Damm, editor
  • Babbitt - Sinclair Lewis
  • Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego - Sigmund Freud
  • War and Peace (abridged version) - Leo Tolstoy
  • The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge - Carlos Castaneda
  • Masters of Deceit - J. Edgar Hoover
  • Myra Breckenridge - Gore Vidal
  • Beyond Cloak and Dagger - Inside the CIA - Miles Copeland

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