mokie: A package of meat wishes you happy holidays (holiday personal)

Not that Gutenberg.

Today is National Rationalization Day, and the anniversary of the publication of the Gutenberg Bible (1455). And so, despite having a metric assload of work to do, I sat down and read a book, because I both need and deserve a little breathing room.

The book in question was Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, and I liked it, but my well o' words is a little too empty for a proper review at the moment.

Image source: publicity shot for Police Academy, © Warner Bros (I think) (uploaded to Scrapbook to avoid hotlinking/broken images)
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