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My Life as a Spy by John A. Walker, Jr. This piece of work was drilled into our heads when I was in the Navy, and I wanted to hear his side of things. A relatively interesting read.


I *AM* big... it's the pictures that got small! - Norma Desmond
 
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The Odyssey by Homer. Never thought I'd get into this but I am quietly amazed by every page so far!


She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...

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"The Broken Window" by Jeffery Deaver.
His latest Lincoln Rhyme tale.
Scary!
 
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"The Gurus, the Young Man, and Elder Paisios"
by Dionysios Farasiotis.

HIGHLY recommended!
 
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"DICK AND JANE"

by William Gray

Riveting!

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Just finished reading "Somewhere a Band is Playing"

I'm currently reading the Foundation trilogy.

I plan on reading "Into the Wild" soon.
 
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Originally posted by Hari Seldon:
...I'm currently reading the Foundation trilogy...


Reading it, Hari? I thought you were the star of it! Big Grin


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"Reading Lolita In Tehran"
by Azar Nafisi
Interesting, illuminating, well-written; but I think I need some Bradbury now.
 
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i heard thats good b-two. how ya doin' buddy? i just finished the strand, great current vampire by the director of pans labryrinth. i picked up spook country by william gibson. weird but good so far.


She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...

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The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger by Steve King.


"Live Forever!"
 
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Isn't "The Dark Tower" that unfinished C.S. Lewis story?

Just finished "A Thousand Splendid Suns" by Khaled Hosseini, author of "The Kite Runner".
Very good historical fiction.

Rocky! Doing well, bud.
Working hard, singing, and playing jazz.
I'm off to do the latter anon.
 
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Isn't "The Dark Tower" that unfinished C.S. Lewis story?

Yes! It's that as well.


"Live Forever!"
 
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Killer Angels (Shaara), Rubicon: The Triumph and Tragedy of the Roman Empire (Holland)...not unlike our current dilemmas!? Animal Farm (Orwell), and Ray Bradbury Companion (Nolan), who along with Mr. B and Mr. Michael Prichard (a la Capt. Beatty), signed my classroom F451 - with all of its notes, underlines, and allusions plentifully evident.

BTW: What fine gentlemen they all are (and were when we shared some time with each)!!
 
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hey B-Two, do you have anything online of you playing, like youtube or something like it where we can see you playing?


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Well, we played on local TV, but I couldn't get a link.
I like the live shows with audience better anyway.
I'll let ya know...

How about a recording?
Maybe I could figure a way to send that over the ethers and maintain my cyber-anonymity?
 
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