The Post About The Rabbit Recommends v.1

I love for people to tell me what they are reading, watching, or listening to. Well, not all people. Some people don't have good taste.

So several folks asked for a regular update on things I hear of or have experienced firsthand that I'd consider entertaining or intriguing or both. (I was surprised by that request too.)

So each weekend, I will post a readable, a watchable, and a listenable of which I'm fond. You can choose what happens next.


This book had me at Saturday, October 26, 1991... It flash-backhanded me to Memento (which you'll learn more about in a second - depending on how fast you read). Plus, time travel is the undercurrent of Lost, which I have a show crush on. Niffenegger has a way with pushing and pulling you in several directions and you keep turning the page. Thanks
Sam for this great recommendation.


This movie is from 2000 and was written & directed by Christopher Nolan (who made Batman cool again). Leonard has anterograde amnesia which forces him to develop some mad skills. The film is told in two narratives, one of which gives you the same amnesia. Pushing and pulling. But you keep watching. It has one of the highest ratings on Rotten Tomatoes for a reason.


I don't remember falling for Mutemath, but I did - hard. This is the only band I was willing to stand in one spot at Workplay for 3 hours to see. Sadly, they do not put out material very often...but they're supposedly working hard for the money now in the studio. Good for them (and me).

I expect your own recommendations in the lovely comment area. Including you lurkers, whom I adore...


  1. I'm glad I can bring something into your life that makes you so happy!

  2. I hated "The Time Traveler's Wife".
    I picked it up because of my interest in all things time travel related. I guess I was just waiting for something to happen in it and nothing ever really did.

    I had heard that Brad Pitt and Jennifer Anniston bought the rights to make a movie, but then Angelina came along.

  3. I am reading Wuthering Heights. I'll keep you posted as to whether or not I like it.. it's kind of strange so far.

  4. Jamie,

    I am reading "The Jesus I never knew" by Philip Yancey and "Compelled by love" by Ed Stetzer. I am also looking forward to the new season of Lost. As far as listening I have been on this internet radio station (Pandora)that Shawn recomended checking out the classics (Journey, Fleetwood Mac..ect)

  5. I shall now respond:
    1. Sam - me too.
    2. Shawn - you're not as much of a woman as you appear to be.
    3. Katie - there is a great Wuthering Heights 2-part series on PBS right now. It will help it make sense...
    4. Chris - I heart Philip Yancy & Pandora too.


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