Monthly Archives: December 2012

sometimes it’s the smallest thing that makes my day…

Even though the foam ear pads on my lightweight Yaesu YH-77 stereo headphones had disintegrated years ago I still held onto them thinking one day I might find replacements. Today I remembered to do something about it. Heading out to … Continue reading

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The Loneliness Of The Long-Distance Runner

‘The Loneliness Of The Long-Distance Runner’ (1959) by Alan Sillitoe Another of the seemingly unending string of books that cause me to ask – “Why did I wait so long before reading this?” Having no prior familiarity with what it … Continue reading

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two by Peter Heath

The Mind Brothers & Assassins From Tomorrow ‘The Mind Brothers’ – Vietnam, Government/Cold-War intrigue, thought control, time travel, cybernetics, evolution beyond the need for physical existence, fugitive Nazi concentration camp doctor and ruthless oriental villains, underground organizations intent on world … Continue reading

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Good Novel/Bad Movie…

Two books I read this week for the first time- ‘Make Room! Make Room!’ by Harry Harrison & ‘The Edict’ by Max Ehrlich I had previously seen ‘Soylent Green’ a couple of times many years ago (still have a VHS … Continue reading

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