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"Everything we read stimulates our mind to think, and what we think determines what we desire, and desires are the seedbed of our actions. Given this iron law of human nature--from reading to thinking, to desiring, to acting--we are shaping our destiny by the ideas we choose to have enter our minds through print." - Fr. John Hardon, S.J., The Catholic Lifetime Reading Plan

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Friday, July 27, 2007

Literary Allusions in The Simpsons

Continuing yesterday's post to celebrate today's release of the new Simpsons movie, here is a list of 10 episode titles with literary origins:
  • Homer's Odyssey
  • The Call of the Simpsons
  • The Telltale Head
  • The Crepes of Wrath
  • Simpson and Delilah
  • One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish
  • A Streetcar Named Marge
  • The Last Temptation of Homer
  • Much Apu about Nothing
  • The Old Man and the Lisa
Also, eHow.com has some good ideas for how to plan "The Simpsons" premiere party.

And finally, there's this cool video from Zack Kim playing the Simpsons theme song on two guitars at the same time:

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