Sometime back a customer was pointing out to his teenage son something which we believe is not true. The man did not want his son to pick up some comics before we had an instant intervention the man made the mistake of saying really stupid in our store: “Comics are not books”.
Everyone who reads has in all likeness read a book that has done something a little special to them. Perhaps it made you cry, it might have changed your world view, maybe act out of your “normal” self. You get the feeling that this book has to be propagated because of the effect it has had on oneself. You get this feeling a lot, with your increasing reading appetite.
But what about a book that has had an actual influence on you, it has had an influence on the person who recommended the book (which you can see) The book has the (un)intended(?) effect of being some kind of self help book, without really being a typical fucking self help book.
A repeat customer was in the store last night.
(I had a funny feeling that he was one of those customers who i did not like in the last interaction)
A structure carrying a road, path, railway, etc. across a river, road, or other obstacle.
What if you were to cross a bridge which would quite literally take you to the end of the world? What if you had to choose between two bridges which would both take you to the end of the world in alternate universes? What if regardless of which one you choose you end up exactly where you were when you began? What would be the point of even the journey, let alone the act of crossing the proverbial “bridge”?