December 10th, 2018


My tweets

  • Sun, 12:56: RT @ProSyn: Complaints about unfair Chinese trade practices are actually complaints about the mismatch between the slow pace of economic op…
  • Sun, 14:40: RT @astroehlein: Far-right @de_nva drops out of Belgian governing coalition with a fake argument over a UN agreement its own people negotia…
  • Sun, 14:43: RT @garethharding: Goodbye and good riddance to far-right NVA - whose presence in government was a stain on this fine country. #Belgium htt…
  • Sun, 14:44: RT @tom_nuttall: Migration politics bullshit latest - Belgium's Flemish nationalist party, which ran a shameful social media campaign again…
  • Sun, 14:48: RT @News_Letter: In his weekly column, @BenLowry2 looks what could happen after next week's Brexit vote,none of which look great from a uni…
  • Sun, 16:05: RT @astroehlein: "We need an EU-wide Magnitsky Act to tackle human rights abuses" - Very important op-ed, signed by 44 national MPs & Europ…
  • Sun, 16:19: Destination Moon (1950); and Heinlein novella
  • Sun, 19:25: RT @bbcdoctorwho: The series finale is on NOW! 🤗 #DoctorWho
  • Mon, 09:22: RT @EUCourtPress: #ECJ: UK is free to unilaterally revoke the notification of its intention to withdraw from the EU – Case C-621/18 Wightma…
  • Mon, 10:45: Climbdowns and compromises on long road to a botched Brexit Two big setbacks in June 2017 forced prime minister to…
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Monday reading

Finding Time Again, by Marcel Proust
Perilous Dreams, by Andre Norton

Last books finished
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, by Michael Chabon
Destination Moon and Shooting Destination Moon, by Robert A. Heinlein
Saga, vol. 8, by Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughan
Delta of Venus, by Anaïs Nin

Next books
The Name of This Book Is Secret, by Pseudonymous Bosch
A Cold Day in Hell, by Alan Grant
The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy, 2010 Edition, ed. Rich Horton