Monday, April 14, 2008

Internally Erupting Description

Today, my friend Amazon sent me an e-mail, saying that because I've ordered or reviewed books by Jean Baudrillard (who?), I might like a book by Chris Turner (who?) called "Heartfelt: Internal Eruption" (huh?).

OK. So I click the link, where I am given a pop quiz:

"Do you believe in love? Have you ever had your heart broken? Have you ever struggled with letting go? Have you ever needed a second chance? Have you ever yearned to be together, yet were forced by the circumstances of life to be apart? Has your heart ever felt hopeless and out of breath? Have you ever just wanted more? Has your heart ever played music to the memories? Have you ever lost confidence somewhere along the way? Have you ever hurt the one you love? Have you ever wrestled with relationship commitment? Have you ever given your all in hopes of happiness . only to be left undervalued, saddened, and alone?"

Yes, this is all under the Book Description. And if you pass (fail?) the test, then:

"Let the voice of Heartfelt: Internal Eruption whisper into the ears of your soul. Let the authenticity of Heartfelt: Internal Eruption assist you in always facing the reality of the situation. Let the sincerity of Heartfelt: Internal Eruption move you into a state of confidence necessary to mature and eventually become better. Finally . believe in the miracles of God . life . restoration ... healing . Love . and you."

As John Hodgman (I'm now following him on Twitter) says, That Is All. (Whew.)

4 comments:

Mol the Doll said...

Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?

I'm a twitter quitter. Too much pressure.

Jas P. said...

Yeah, I went to your page, and it was no more. Bummer!

Twittter is the one place in life where I feel no pressure at all. Fatherhood? Pressure. Job? Some pressure. Marriage? Yeah, a lil' pressure. Home ownership? Pressure. Keeping up with culture, generally? Pressure cooker.

With Facebook, the cooker's my fortune,
Yet MySpace made Facebook my fate.
But Twitter, ah Twitter, ah Twitter.
One cannot tweet early or late.

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