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Rachel Bloom talks about her video on This American Wife:

http://epicmag.co/post/9920499...37-mike-sacks-rachel


John King Tarpinian
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Getting into the Spirit:

http://www.amazon.com/Hallowee...d=1316834365&sr=8-18


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Among other things this store had the rights to Ray's Halloween Tree lithographs.

http://www.latimes.com/news/lo...0925,0,2196052.story


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I saw that in the paper, I was at my mom's house in L.A.

I know a couple of other galleries that are getting rid of their gallery space and moving online, this may be the wave of the future if the economy doesn't improve. The business has changed a lot in the last couple of years, dealers are selling artwork from jpegs now, it's become an acceptable sales tool.

So they may do okay without a showroom...time will tell...
 
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Yeah, and there is this:
http://qctimes.com/business/ar...18-001cc4c002e0.html
*Maybe this belongs with the "Leave Taking" posts!

I have a "Banned Books" presentation scheduled for our local library this Wed. I previously did censorship and book burning utilizing F451, The Exiles, and Usher II. Now, I've outlined some items around this query, "Where have our Storytellers Gone?"

In this day and age (consider, The Murderer), it may come down to the stories of old being our last hope of imagination. I am using The Dragon and To the Chicago Abyss in my attempt to lift some eyebrows.

I noted a teen-aged girl yesterday walking down the street with ear plugs in and texting on her cellphone. It was a magnificent autumn afternoon, but she, alas, was oblivious.

...colorful glass marbles: http://lh5.ggpht.com/-r4Crztoo...e%252520Kings005.JPG

Beeman's gum: http://www.candy.org/cleanimages/gums/beemans.jpg

friendly old child's book: http://www.classicscentral.com/new/tom-sawyer.jpg

model making: http://image.rakuten.co.jp/cru...del/amt_63impala.jpg

Comics on your dresser: http://www.comicbookgalaxy.com..._isabella-709626.jpg


This "JUST" quoted on the radio as I type: "8 of 10 people questioned indicated they could do without the daily paper. They would instead check electronic media sources." http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/...r-sheet-stack-03.jpg
 
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Watched Terra Nova last night. They did the right thing in, even if indirectly, referencing Ray. While explaining the going back and changing things in a timeline stuff they used the example of stepping on a butterfly.


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Thanks, Butch!
Remember these?
Just a few.
I built'em all!

ImageAurora_monster_models__Cover_art_by_James_Bama_[19].png (224 Kb, 7 downloads)
 
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Yes, I think of those from time to time.
 
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Looking for that perfect gift...for yourself?


Zen in the Art of Writing (ISBN: 1877741019 / 1-877741-01-9)
Fairbanks, Jr., Douglas]; Bradbury, Ray

Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A.
(New York, NY, U.S.A.)

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Book Description: Joshua Odell Editions / Capra Press, Santa Barbara, California, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: Near Fine. Wraps. From the library of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., with his bookplate on the inside front cover. Inscribed by the author on the title-page: "For Douglas Fairbanks, with great admiration from his long-time fan -- Ray Bradbury, 6/22/90, who sincerely hopes that you love 'Gunga Din' as much as I do." Fairbanks (1909-2000) was an iconic American actor (his credits include "Gunga Din") and a highly decorated naval officer of World War II. By turns debonair and swashbuckling, Sir Fairbanks (yes, he's knighted) once remarked on the Dick Cavett show that he'd suffered very little bodily harm during his 5 years in the armed forces, but that he'd broken a great many bones while performing his own stunts. Bookseller Inventory # JC210-2692


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At The Hollywood Collector's Show today.


"Live Forever!"
 
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Hey Braling....

Check Out MOBIUS MODELS.
Just google it....They have the reproduction rights to about all of the Aurora Models, and in fact are producing them.
Good Luck....It's like wandering back in time.
 
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The beta version of the Science Fiction Encyclopedia is now online.

http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/


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SF Encyclopedia gets Ray's first name wrong, unfortunately - calls him Raymond instead of Ray. I reported it... it will be interesting to see how long it takes to correct!


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Originally posted by philnic:
SF Encyclopedia gets Ray's first name wrong, unfortunately - calls him Raymond instead of Ray. I reported it... it will be interesting to see how long it takes to correct!

Better than the blokes at Guinness who had him as Roy Bradbury.


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Originally posted by jkt:
Better than the blokes at Guinness who had him as Roy Bradbury.

Roy Bradbury never ceases to make me chuckle. Bloke is a good word. Perhaps they were drinking too much Guinness.


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