well, i finally finished up "guns, germs, and steel" a few days back. i would say that it is a must-read for anyone going into history, and i would definitely recommend it for anyone who has an interest in the subject. i would tell you more about it, but i'm tired, and having problems typing.

next on the list is "the left hand of darkness" by ursula k. leguin, and then (it'll go well w/ my poly-sci classes this fall) "the selling of the president 1968." could be an interesting read. i think that's about it... i'm tired, and i'm going to bed. later all.