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Badass Jfro's 2012



Format once again ripped off shamelessly from the Librarian in Black


Books--Bring Up the Bodies, Zero History, the Old Kingdom Trilogy, The City & The City, Rule 34

Comics--20th Century Boys, Library Wars, Wandering Son, Busty Girl Comics

Magazine--The New Yorker

Movies (theater)--The Avengers, The Master

Movies (DVD)--Life Without Principle, Cabin in the Woods, Elite Squad: The Enemy Within, The Raid: Redemption, Heavy Metal in Baghdad

TV Shows (streaming)-- Breaking Bad, MI-5,  Burn Notice, Green Wing

TV Shows (live)--Community, Fringe, Parks & Recreation, 30 Rock, Mad Men

TV Show (DVD)--Archer, Leverage, Mildred Pierce, Justified, Homeland, The Walking Dead, Falling Skies

Items of Clothing--Engineer boots, red jeans, tiny top hats

Tabletop Games --Agents of Oblivion, Cards Against Humanity

Computer Games -- Plants vs Zombies, World of Goo, Zuma's Revenge

Albums/EPs: The Sword: Apocryphon, The Wedding Present: Valentina, Rye Rye: Go! Pop! Bang!, The Hives: Lex Hives, Guided By Voices: Class Clown Spots a UFO, Guided By Voices: Let’s Go Eat the Factory, Chatham Rise: Pre-LP Songs, Acrassicauda: Only the Dead See the End of the War, Vivian Girls: Share the Joy, Austra: Feel it Break, The Vaccines: What Did You Expect from the Vaccines

Songs –A Place to Bury Strangers: ”Burning Plastic”, Nekronet: “Bloodlust”, M.I.A: “Bad Girls”, Azealia Banks: “212”, Chatham Rise: “In Skies (Summer Gravity Mix)”

From the vault: Tar: “Hell’s Bells/Feel This”, Roxy Music: The Complete Studio Recordings, A. R. Kane: The Complete Singles Collection

Radio--Radio K

Web sites: TV Tropes, AV Club, Bitch Blogs, Fast ‘N” Bulbous

Twitter Twerps: Snarkey’s Machine, KeithATC, Chunklet, Mary Charlene, Sarcastic Rover, FilmCritHulk

App--Feedly, TurntableFM

Device -- iPad mini

Work Cons--Games, Learning & Society, Monstrositeen @MLA

Fun Con--Anime Detour

Library Trend–3-D printers

Concerts – Mission of Burma, Swans, Chatham Rise/Flavor Crystals, Brute Heart
Bar--Turf Club

Treat (restaurant) - soup dumplings @ Tea House, vegetarian platter @Fasika

Treat (homemade) -- soft scrambled eggs with broccoli & cheese with a side of fried potatoes

Boyfriend -- JSeux

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