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it was amazing
I just chose this as my favorite book in the 30 Days Book Challenge on Facebook, so I might as well review it, even though “favorite book” is a nebulous distinction at best and “what’s your favorite book?” is a stupid fucking question and I am afraid this might be a sentimental favorite more than anything else.
So yeah, I read this when I was 14 or 15. I bought it because it had a neat mirror cover with a Lego man. I didn’t know Douglas Coupland was the voice of a generation, and anyway, it wasn’
really liked it
Edited to include more flat foods at the request of an obsessive nerdy friend.
Highly amusing little book of coders all aged 32, mentally if not in years, being obsessed with programming and living their messy student-type lives shaped by this consuming passion.
The idea of flat foods that can be slipped under a door for their more Asperger’s type friend who cannot leave his room until all the code is written is funny.
Kraft cheese slices
Melted icecream (does this count?)
it was amazing
Reasons why I love both this book and Douglas Coupland:
1. “I sandpapered the roof of my mouth with three bowls of Cap’n Crunch–had raw gobbets of mouth-beef dangling onto my tongue all day.” (Who hasn’t had that happen to them? And yet, nobody could have said it awesomer.)
2. I learned 1410 *C = the melting point of silicon.
3. This book is totally the original Big Bang Theory.
4. Dated references to things like Doom and Myst.
5. I enjoy reading nerdy lists of things, like which school is the nerdi