about Nazis on the moon.
Tonight I watched "Iron Sky", a Finnish movie (in English and subtitled German) about Nazis on the moon. It is quite ridiculous and amusing and hard to recommend and hard not to (how can't you want to see a movie about Nazis on the moon, after all).
I also bought some Powerball tickets, because...how could I pass up an opportunity to win $500 million?
I wonder why nonfiction is so much slower to read than fiction. The plotline can certainly be compelling and the book well written. But they still seem to take a whole lot longer to finish. I also wish that notes and comments would be done as footnotes rather than endnotes. The information can be interesting but is harder and more distracting to flip back and forth in the book rather than just look down. Leave citations for the end, but if there is new information or clarifications, put it in the book proper.