I’m supposed to write my manifesto.


Man`i`fesĀ“to (n.)

A public declaration, usually of a prince, sovereign, or other person claiming large powers, showing his intentions, or proclaiming his opinions and motives in reference to some act done contemplated by him; as , a manifesto declaring the purpose of a prince to being war, and explaining his motives.


Easy, right? Eh . . . not so much.

They say to start with something you hold to be absolutely true.

An empty bookshelf indicates an empty mind.

I never judge a book by its cover.

I always judge people by their books.

More specifically, their lack of books.

I believe everyone likes to read; to claim otherwise is to lie to yourself.

The remedy is simple: go to your local library and get a library card.

You can borrow all kinds of books for free*, so be bold and adventurous:

Read Everything!

Avoid my judgment.


* You may have to pay an initial fee (mine cost $3.00) and will have to pay any penalties for late returns.

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