That's what Homestar Runner would say about what happened last night.
My computer restarted for no fathomable reason while I was in the middle of doing something. Then, after I let it reboot, it did it again. This time, though, it would only load in safe mode. Then, it did it again. This time it wouldn't start up at all. Finally, it refused to turn on any more. So, I'm short a desktop. This doesn't make me as upset as it should, because I have been a part of a writing group. All of the work I've done thus far on my novels has been emailed out to my group every week. Thanks to the wonderful properties of Gmail, I have copies of my works at every chapter.
I've also uploaded all of my pictures to Picasa, so I didn't lose them either. I did lose about 500 words on two separate novels, but I can handle that. If I'd lost the whole novel thus far, I think I might have a heart attack. So thanks, Writing Group, for making me back my work up.
Anthem by Ayn Rand yesterday. It's pretty short, only 100 ish pages of a paperback. It took me less than an hour, but it was very good. If you haven't read it, I recommend it.
I've also read The Fountainhead by the same author, which has similar themes. Ayn Rand writes about collectivism and why it destroys your soul. Her religious views are very different than mine, but I find it interesting that our moral and political stances are very similar.