The Beatles: I'm A Loser
I have to admit defeat today. I had started reading Ulysseus by James Joyce again which is considered the master piece of - at least - 20th century English literature. I got about half way, yet today I decided to mail it in. Simply, because what this had resulted in was me not reading at all anymore because I dreaded the fact that I had to continue with Ulysseus. Still feel bad about this though, first time ever I have given up on a book (ok, admittedly I did start the same book when I was in maybe 10th grade, but then I was young, stupid and my English not all that great), but I just did not read anything else anymore, resulting of all those cool books that I had bought/borrowed/stolen (usually from my Dad) at some point collecting dust on the shelf. Anyway, what it comes down to is a sucky taste in the mouth, defeat.
No great content today, sorry, I'm so busy right now, I haven't played ball in two weeks (which is pretty much unheard of from me). Just thought I'd showcase my most recent university output, it's a case study regarding the so-called McCain Amendment outlawing torture (not a precise description that actually, but if you are interested in the details, read the paper). Very technical, but also very recent and interestingly showcasing Congress its' constitutional rights again (finally I might add).