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I don't read Korean, so I see only a Korean restaurant.

Drag the photo around to the right.


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Oh, THAT Korean spa!


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Oh, THAT Korean spa!

A sentence spoken often in Koreatown!


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For all you social drinkers out there:

http://www.latimes.com/enterta...10701,0,625528.story

Anybody for a Fahrenheit 451 cocktail?


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How did I miss this episode?

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0616136/


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Today is one of Ray's favorite holidays, Bastille Day.


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Forty-Two Years ago today.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szMEsu0FARU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1h8zASNgXk


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...and 42 years later, the last shuttle heads home as the American manned space programme comes to a close...


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If the weather is bad in Florida and the shuttle lands in California I'll be there watching.


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What will they think of next?

http://www.hammacher.com/Product/81333?promo=search


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This is my favourite.


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Ray has won before and to show he is still going strong is nominated again this year for the Hall of Fame.

2011 First Fandom Award Nominees


The nominees for First Fandom’s annual awards have been announced by President Joan Marie Knappenberger.

Hall of Fame Award

Jay Kay Klein
Ray Bradbury
Keith Stokes

Posthumous Hall of Fame Award

Oliver Saari

Sam Moskowitz Archive Award

Ray Palmer
Hannes Bok
William Hamling
Stephen D. Korshak


http://www.firstfandom.org/


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Saw this reported on the Locus online Website.
http://www.locusmag.com/

Tarzan Forever!
http://www.postalreporternews....peek-at-2012-stamps/
 
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NPR: Top 100 Science-Fiction, Fantasy Books

http://www.npr.org/2011/08/11/...iction-fantasy-books

Ray has four on the list...


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Concerning women: what are some of Ray's best short stories that feature a good woman's part? I'm thinking something like There Was an Old Woman, The Whole Town's Sleeping, the grandmother chapter from Dandelion Wine, A Scent of Sarsaparilla, etc.

In a week or so, I'm taking my friend Arlene Martel over to read something to Ray and she wanted opinions.

Thanks!


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