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Lisa goes where the Wild Things are.

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Lisa goes where the Wild Things are.

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Lisa is not only an avid reader, but also a published author and recording artist! Tom Brokaw is one of her biggest fans.

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Lisa is not only an avid reader, but also a published author and recording artist! Tom Brokaw is one of her biggest fans.

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GPOYW

GPOYW

theeconomist:

Our friends at The Atlantic have rediscovered one of The Economist’s rare appearances on The Simpsons. Barney borrows one of Homer’s “adult magazines”

"Special report on the Ural Mountains": almost as good as "New challenges for Indonesia.”

theeconomist:

Our friends at The Atlantic have rediscovered one of The Economist’s rare appearances on The Simpsons. Barney borrows one of Homer’s “adult magazines”

"Special report on the Ural Mountains": almost as good as "New challenges for Indonesia.”


Not quite Lisa reading but in “Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2,” Chief Wiggum consults Agatha Christie´s Ten Trite Tales.

Submitted by Prismal

Not quite Lisa reading but in “Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2,” Chief Wiggum consults Agatha Christie´s Ten Trite Tales.

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