Friday, June 17, 2005

Tag, We're All It! - Acton Institute PowerBlog

Well, if I'd known Jordan J. Ballor was the sort of man who wanted to play book tag, I'd have tagged him in person. (I find his posts quite interesting.) The title link is to his response to the big book meme out there right now, plus he has links to other blogger's responses.

Okay, Mr. Ballor, you're tagged for my new game - and since it just started yesterday you're practically a charter taggee. At the risk of being repetitious (I know, I know, this is the third time already, but I don't want people to have to dig through my other posts for this), the new tag is:
Imagine that a local philanthropist is hosting an event for local high school students and has asked you to pick out five to ten books to hand out as door prizes. At least one book should be funny and at least one book should provide some history of Western Civilization and at least one book should have some regional connection. The philanthropist doesn't like foul language (but will allow some four-letter words in context, such as expressed during battle by soldiers). Otherwise things are pretty wide open. What do you pick?
Everybody else - feel free to consider yourself tagged if you read this. I'd appreciate it if you would leave a note in the comments section if you pick this up and run with it, so we all have links to follow.


Jordan said...

My response here.

Orycteropus Afer said...

Already after only a few levels of tagging your game has descended into the depths.


Xrysostom said...

I'm part of the fifth generation of the game. I made my list and tagged three more.