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Brian's Attic: The Reading Shelf
9/11/2002, 2005
An American Family
Ich Bin Ein Amerikaner
Mustard and Ketchup
Ronald Reagan
Arthur's Home
Day of the Living Driver
Jonah, the Movie
Once it Was Believed
The Dream
The Village, the Fence, and the Sign
Wilbert and Grunt

Attack of the Amateur Photo Album
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Every once in a while, I run into something that is worth writing about, but doesn't fit into the existing areas of Brendan's Island.

That's where this area comes in. It's a place where stuff that won't go anywhere else gets put. Think of it as a sort of attic, with piles of opinions, observations and stories on the floor.

"There is no such thing on earth as an uninteresting subject; the only thing that can exist is an uninterested person."

G. K. Chesterton


9/11/2002, 2005, 2006
Thoughts about the 9/11 attack

An American Family
This one is ethnically European, culturally eclectic, and all American.

Ich Bin Ein Amerikaner
Being an American isn't in the genes. It's in the mind.

Mustard and Ketchup
Two great American condiments, discussed by a not-very-serious admirer.

Ronald Wilson Reagan
A few words about the 40th president of the USA.


Arthur's Home
by Naomi Gill, on the discovery that King Arthur wasn't simply a character in tales of silk and mist.

Day of the Living Driver
Beware! They roll down the street at a leisurely trot, weaving in leisurely arcs between lanes.

Jonah Fan Page
Reflections on 87 minutes of talking and singing vegetables, from an older fan.

Once It Was Believed, Now We Know
A quick look at what experts thought they knew, at during the last two and a half millennia.


The Dream
Agriculture was once a new and ominous technology.

The Village, the Fence and the Sign
A fable about responsibility, reality, and a whacking great cliff.

Wilbert and Grunt
An aspiring wizard and his dimwitted companion face Grammarians and other perils on their quest for the Idioticon of Prolixity: a sincerely non-serious spoof of high fantasy.

Mary Quite Contrary
"Growing up has never been so surreal"

Online comic by Brigid's World

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Brian's Attic: The Reading Shelf

Americana Observations Fiction
9/11/2002, 2005 Arthur's Home
by Naomi Gill
The Dream
An American Family Day of the
Living Driver
Ich Bin Ein Amerikaner Jonah Fan Page The Village, the Fence and the Sign
and Ketchup
Ronald Wilson Reagan Once it Was Believed /
Now We Know
Wilbert and Grunt

Brendan's Island home page
I Love It Here! (life in a small town) | A Walk on the Catholic Side
Brian's Attic | Attack of the Amateur Photo Album
Brendan: A Monk, A Boat And a Legend
Brendan's Island Guest Book | Visitor Information Center


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