It did come with a free single as well as a comic book for merely 14 dollars, so it was a good deal at any rate, which was what inspired me to buy it instead of a Tom Waits album (well, that and the fact that my coin toss favoured Mann).
Looks like I might finally also break down and buy the Annotated Alice to-morrow, as it looks like it shall prove useful in my British Literature class. I'm gonna get to do a class presentation on Jabberwocky! Is that not the coolest?!
'Twas brillig and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe
All mimsy were the borogroves
And the momeraths outgrabe
--That was from memory, people. I can verily live and breathe Lewis Carroll, oh, you bet your boots I can! (sure, I've not read Sylvie and Bruno, but essentially . . .)
I came to the realisation to-day that some of the jealously I've felt towards some of
She's had such bad luck.
And telling this to
So then! I want to protect
Blah. I dunno. Maybe she's already long gone, like Laura Palmer, "a turkey in the corn,"