Ummm... I am starting to read Dune, but I have not gotten far... I heard that it was Christopher Paolini's favorite book, so I started it, and I like it, but the beginning is a bit confusing... I am glad I am not one of the only ones who know what it is, because none of my other friends have heard of it...
Find me a better comedian than Dane Cook, and I will give you a million dollars.
Wow, can't believe how hard this died. While I was disappointed after the second novel, the original remains so ridiculously great. It was good enough that I watched the turd that was the first movie production of it. Good times.
I've read about the Kwisatz Haderach Paul and other Super Bene Gesserit combatants like Leto II on the Dune wiki.
I've read a few pages of Dune online, trying to get into actually reading the whole thing. But I am at a comic book level attention span atm.
__________________ "Compounding these trickster aspects, the Joker ethos is verbally explicated as such by his psychiatrist, who describes his madness as "super-sanity." Where "sanity" previously suggested acquiescence with cultural codes, the addition of "super" implies that this common "sanity" has been replaced by a superior form, in which perception and processing are completely ungoverned and unconstrained"