Thank you so much for the prompting. And thank you for the kind compliment. I only hope that what I post is of interest to others and, with my being to visit with Ray every once in a while, to be able to interject a thought or comment of his.
Nancy, I did as you said and it comes up with "No Matches Found." So I am not sure what I am doing wrong, or not doing correctly.
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Bizarro mundo. Try google--his name, my name, San Antonio Express News, November 2005.
Or! Since the entire interview was three times the length of the piece that was published, send me your email address and I'll forward the whole thing to you.
Upon my first surveyance of this site, I had labeled the older of the frequent posters the "elders," if you will, of the site. Now I see that I was missing a considerable number of posters. Long story short, this thread is a great read.
So many fascinating articles and frenzied side plots.
My interest has been peaked.
My greetings to N.K. Love, FH 451, The Lake, pterran, and patrask. I submit myself at your feet for learning. just here to eavesdrop on the greats. figured i had better let you all know that i'm tip-toeing around the place...
The facts speak for themselves.
Welcome to the Bradbury-inspired mélange!
Repeat photo with "cool" headliner. Another opportunity for an RB book signing:
Thanks, DP. I'm a hunter and a gatherer when I have the time.
An audible chuckle left my lips when i read that, The Lake. And thank you for my report coversheet. I was wondering what sort of a picture to get. Octogenarian is definitely finding a niche in my paper somewheres or other.
(I always say that and never write it- is it "somewheres or other/another" or "somewheres a'ruther"?) either way, there's a will and a way to sneak that word in...
The facts speak for themselves.
Depth Perception, did you catch my invitation to email me? I am not sure when your paper is due, but I have some information which you might find useful, but could being boring to the board in general. My email is email@example.com.
ANOTHER great review for the off-broadway production of F-451:
Darabonte, Gibson, movie big-wigs, are you paying attention?!
New article with quotes from RB. Note his comment about Gibson.
Excellent article, thanks Lake. The boy's still got it. The x-factor!
She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...
Wonder if anyone knows how often Ray sleeps and for how long at a time. He said years ago he conserved energy by taking lots of naps, presumably more frequently since his stroke. I've often pondered how much a person could get done by NEVER sleeping--but have heard of people endangering their health by trying such things!
The record is 11 days, no sleep! Supposedly the person was nearly incoherent. (Google 'sleep deprivation' for more info)
So they proved it could be done--and certainly in pressured situations people have gone long periods without sleep--but as far as doing quality work in that state...?
Editorial about the LA monorail idea and some interesting facts. Ray was and is a visionary.
Some are talking monorail here in the Hartford CT area also and I’d love it but don’t think it will happen because of the New England weather.
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