Ouch. Possibly the worst book I have ever...well, not read, but skimmed to the end. Definitely in my bottom five. Almost but not quite in the "so bad it's good" category.Originally Posted by Knaur Amarsh
I enjoy being wrong too much to change my mind.
"Enola Gay" at the dining room table and "Vengence" in the bedroom.
("Ahh, Kirk, my old friend, do you know of the Klingon proverb that tells us that revenge is a dish best served cold?"--Khan, (wtte), STII: TWOK)
Im reading a book about the pscycology of patriotism.
It was written in 1911. Got too angry at this page so had to stop!
I'm reading The Tuloriad by: John Ringo
I'm currently going through
Van Creveld's Supplying War: Logistics from Wallenstein to Patton.
Thought it might be a bit dry but its turning out to be an interesting read.
For Gallifrey! For Victory! For the end of time itself!!
Finished Kipling's Kim and Le Carre's A Murder of Quality. Got gifted a couple of books today, so might start reading them, Khaled Hosseini's The Kite Runner and .... Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol )
When our perils are past, shall our gratitude sleep? - George Canning
Between sections of working in the garden while he was at the office, cleaning one's self up to be like June Cleaver when he got home, and that having separate bank accounts was planning for failure..............
.....................he ended up forever on my list as a demotivater.
(Kara has grabbed an AK-47 and galloped off to save James when Kamran Shah would not move to 007's aid. "WOMEN!"--Kamran to his rebel fighters and takes off after Kara, (w,stte), "The Living Daylights")
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