@TFG: I'm okay with people disagreeing with my morals. o wo It kind of goes against the entire point if I'm demanding everybody agree with me all the time. I believe in what I believe in, though, so... ya. Mind you, I'm hardly a total pacifist. Killing in Self Defense = Okay. Murder = Not okay. That being said...
1) The Catcher in the Rye. =D Upon reading it, I realized the truth of this world: I don't like most "Classics". Including that one. So except for the ones that've interested me (I've actually read Lolita, for example; it's actually pretty tame), I don't really touch the classics much.
2) Nope. *Looks up* Hmm... Okay... Yeah, I see. Okay. Well, logic has this thing about choices: When you're in a situation with two or more equal outcomes (good or bad), then it doesn't really matter
which one you pick. Might as well just pick one and go for it. *Shrugs* The ultimate outcomes may be different, but nobody can be faulted for not knowing the future. You'll never get anywhere at all if you just sit there, torn between the choices. Of course, obviously, if you feel one choice is better than the other, that's
the one to pick.
Though, as a dude, I'd save the girl. XD; But that's my choice, and based on the description of the book and the type of choice, I'm going to have to assume she loved her children equally. Her position would be different from mine, and it's unreasonable to judge her actions by my standards.
1) Um... lately, it's been panini-style sandwiches I've been making for lunch. o wo Winter's chilly in my hemisphere, after all, so hot sandwiches are nice and delicious.