or is it, you are what you eat?
I stopped by Barnes and Noble tonight after work to pick up a copy of American Vertigo, a new book written by Bernard Levy. They said the book is not in yet but they are expecting their first shipment of 13 books on Tuesday, so I reserved a copy and I'll pick it up after work.
Early ... me ... imagine that, (I'm never early.)
Monsieur Levy is a French Philosopher who hates the war in Iraq but loves America. Hmmm ... a French Man that admits to loving America?
I read an article about the book in the Wall Street Journal today at work. For what ever reason, our daily copy of the New York Times has been replaced by the Journal and an occasional copy of the Barone Report.
If in fact you are what you read, then there's no telling what this year has in store with this stuff gracing the lunch room table every day. (I miss the NY Times though) maybe I should order my own subscription and have it delivered to the office, that's the only place I ever read the paper.
I would have scanned the cover of the book to use for the graphic in this entry but since I don't pick it up until Tuesday, I decided to use the illustration found in The WSJ instead, It's really cute anyway.
I think the illustrations in this paper rival those in the NY Times. This particular graphic is probably what drew me to the article, but it was the not so left, not so right content of the whole thing that made me want to go out and buy the book.
I'll let you know if it's any good. Have a great week everyone.