Monday, December 11, 2006

Surprise...

I heard someone say recently that they're most interested in reading people who consistently surprise them. I'd say that's true for me, too. I don't want to read the same predictable stuff everyday. What's the point?

Anyway, speaking of surprises, two caught my eye today (or, kinda, yesterday). The first were the letters to the editor in the Sun yesterday regarding CA President Maggie Brown's contract craziness. All of the writers expressed support for her, even though half of CA's board wants her gone after next year. Wordbones is on the case.

The second were the responses to this post on Evan Coren's blog. The Plaza Tower, it seems, is not as universally loathed as many would have you believe.

4 comments:

Chris said...

I heard someone say recently that they're most interested in reading people who consistently surprise them.

Come on Hayduke....you forgot the hyperlink.

Hayduke said...

Dagnamit, you can't hide laziness on the internet.

Anonymous said...

Where would the link take me? I need to know prior to clicking.

Hayduke said...

The link goes to another blog (Andrew Sullivan). It's where I read Barack Obama talk about the idea of a writer being surprising.