Yes. If you flipped the black book, it has white cover at the back.
I’m selling an extra copy of Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett at a discounted price. Hardback. New. British version.
Original Price is P500, but I’m selling this for P400.
I can ship anywhere in the Philippines.
Payment should be made through Western Union or Paypal.
No meet-up. I’m busy reading. I’ll ship via 2Go. Thanks. :)
I have two copies of this book so I don’t really need this one I’m selling.
If you don’t know Neil Gaiman, he’s the author of the books of Coraline and Stardust (To be sure, you’ve seen those amazing films.) He also wrote the script for two Doctor Who episodes namely The Doctor’s Wife and Nightmare in Silver. I don’t know much about Terry Pratchett except that I love his humour and he’s brilliant.
New York Times Review of Good Omens.
A Goodreads Member Review of Good Omens
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What an entertaining movie! Who knew I’d like War Horse? I’d be lying if I say I’m interested in wars and horses, but I bought a DVD copy of War Horse from (an insanely cheap) sale because its cover says it’s a Steven Spielberg film. I associate Steven Spielberg with the enjoyable Sci-Fi film Super 8; although a quick google told me Steven Spielberg was that movie’s producer and not director. I do know for sure that he’s really a famous brilliant director. Hell, the man made Jurassic Park.
War Horse started slow and cheesy. I’m glad though that I stuck around because the moment Loki (Tom Hiddleston, but I’m calling him Loki) turned up, it got really exciting. (Or maybe I’m just being a biased fangirl here, but hey, the war started just right after we see Loki in this movie. So there was more excitement and less drama) And then oh boy, Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) was in it too! He has a moustache here but if you’re a true Cumberbabe, you’ll recognise him.
Fangirling aside, the movie was excellent in showing a war with a clever and loyal horse being its main focus. Of course it’s sad that people die, but what about the innocent horses used in wars, right? This movie shows that and very excellently too. It’s hard not to like War Horse, considering it has a good plot and production value. Some lines and scenes were even funny.
By the time the movie was done, I couldn’t help liking and admiring the horse Joey that I wish I were in the movie’s last scene and were goddamn rich, so I could have bid for it for more than 1,000 guineas!
Mashable posted about how Facebook ID-ing works. If you want to brag about how few digits your ID has, open another tab on your browser and type http://graph.facebook.com/yourusernamehere . For example, I typed http://graph.facebook.com/huntressjenn and got 694468174. This isn’t really a big deal and just for you bored folks out there. If you want to know more about why these numbers can be used as bragging rights, just read Mashable’s post because I’m too lazy to paraphrase them. I actually tried it too with a friend’s profile and I am so delighted to say that I have lower id number than my friend, so suck it, man.
Someone commented Mark Zuckerberg’s id number is 4. I just want him to say “I am number four” in a formidable way and I think that would make another brilliant David Fincher movie if done right. Who knows?
Because I’m a sad human being who have nothing better to do at 1 AM, I went on checking who’s number 1, 2, and 3. And this will make a really good David Fincher thriller/mystery film, because the three are gone. JUST GONE. Zuck, what did you do to them? And because I was enjoying searching who’s who, I continued searching for 5-10. I am so sad to let you know that 8 and 9 are gone as well.
I’ll just wait for the movie What Did Number Four Do To Them directed by David Fincher and starring Jesse-the-cute-guy-in-Now-You-See-Me-but-no-so-cute-in-other-films-such-as-Zombieland-so-I-conclude-it-must-be-the-hair.
GUS IN HOBBITON, NZ: Are there no sheep in Asia? Because all of the Asian tourists were taking photos of the sheep.
WALL: Asian tourists take picture of everything. Sorry, Jenn, but it’s true. Huahuahuah
JENN: I DEMAND A PHOTO OF A SHEEP.
GUS: Who said that?
JENN: I did! As an Asian, I feel it’s my God-given right to have a photo of a sheep.
GUS: You have Google.
JENN: But NZ sheep is different. And it’s different when you meet them yourself; they’re more real. Google photos are just illusions made by God.
I’m still waiting for him to send me a photo of a sheep. In the meantime, here’s one that Pam Pastor took when she went to New Zealand.
I’m not really into Starbucks, but today I went there to try their “secret” Butterbeer.
The verdict: It tasted butter-ish and it’s a really nice drink. (I still ended up drinking more hot Dark Chocolate drink than it though.)
Nonetheless, it’s worth a try, Potterheads! I shall now call Starbucks “Three Broomsticks”. Now all we need is our very own Madam Rosmerta.
To order, give them this recipe. (To avoid confusion, write it down on paper and just give it to the barista.)
Base: creme frappuccino
1 pump of caramel syrup (supposedly 2 but a friend working at Starbucks said that would make it too sweet)
2 pumps of toffee nut syrup
Top with caramel drizzle
Recipe is from here. Just lessen the caramel. The recipe on their site is for Grande size (medium), by the way. I would recommend just going for Tall, which is ironically the smallest size, if you just want to try it and are not yet sure if you’d finish drinking it, so as not to waste anything.
This is available in any country as long as they have the ingredients. It was P160 for me (Philippines). A friend living in Chicago said it’s $5. She freaked out at the price and asked if it’s correct. Yep, it can be too pricey. One of the reasons I rarely go to Starbucks is I feel just being ripped off with their over-priced drinks. But for Butterbeer, we’ll do anything! Enjoy your Butterbeer!
All these hating towards Ben Affleck as Batman is ludicrous. Seems to me an influential person decided Affleck sucks in acting. Then lots of people who pretend to have good taste in judging which actors act well just followed suit. Besides, he’s Batman now, something that these people will never be. Rant over. I just want to watch this Superman-Batman movie soon. And let’s see if these haters would be wrong in the same way they were about Heath Ledger (TDK’s Joker).
And hey, Affleck was awesome in Argo. It’s pretty clear that he can act. How these haters came to conclusion that the man can’t act is beyond me.
I’m also excited to watch him in Gone Girl, which is directed by David Fincher, the director who gave us The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but I digress.
I’m so glad no one has made a joke that even the Lego batman can act better than Ben Affleck. (He should be thankful I’m not a hater, but I still mocked him anyway.)
Your Argo-ment is invalid.