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    "Earth" by John Stewart. It's pretty funny.

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    "Decision Points" by W. If you liked GWB, you'll like the book; if you hated him, you'll hate the book. Even though I disagreed with many of his policies, I always found Bush to be a very likable person.

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    I am in the middle of The Silent Gladiators which I was referred to by arm-spin. So far, Nicholas Hopping has done a great job at describing what it takes to wrestle at every level. There are a few editing mistakes, but he had to publish it himself, so I can overlook them. Really in-depth wrestling book, though.

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    The Gods of Eden-by Wm. Bramley.The author was searching for the Reason for War and for ALL human conflict. The usual reasons were quickly thrown out the window and the Author makes a case for a Custodial Race ''owning'' the Earth. The author himself states in the preface the LAST thing he expected or wanted to find was UFO's-claims the term god should be changed to cruel custodians or alien custodians.
    Uses many references to Sitchkin and his 12th planet series. Bramley believes Humans are Chattel and the Alien custodians are in control of all human institutions-church, Governments ,etc..The heads of these institutions are well cared for pets who have sold out Humanity for a few simple pleasures.
    Little difference between this and the works of Charles Fort-see Fortean Times.

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    Just finished a book called The Search for God and Guinness by Stephen Mansfield. It's about the Guinness beer family and how they used their wealth to help mankind.
    If you know nothing about this family, like I didn't, it really is a great book.

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    Just finished "Red", the Sammy Hagar autobiography. As expected, it was a very fast read but also very entertaining. He rolls Eddie Van Halen under the bus and then backs up and rolls over him again.

    http://www.amazon.com/Red-My-Uncenso...8GJTEEYJS04SQX

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    currently reading "Scar Tissue", the Anthony Kiedis' autobiography. He had an amazingly f'd up childhood. He's a very good story teller.

    Gold - Speaking of Alexander Dumas, have you read "The Count of Monte Cristo"? If not, it's worth a read, if you like his style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    The Gods of Eden-by Wm. Bramley.The author was searching for the Reason for War and for ALL human conflict. The usual reasons were quickly thrown out the window and the Author makes a case for a Custodial Race ''owning'' the Earth. The author himself states in the preface the LAST thing he expected or wanted to find was UFO's-claims the term god should be changed to cruel custodians or alien custodians.
    Uses many references to Sitchkin and his 12th planet series. Bramley believes Humans are Chattel and the Alien custodians are in control of all human institutions-church, Governments ,etc..The heads of these institutions are well cared for pets who have sold out Humanity for a few simple pleasures.
    Little difference between this and the works of Charles Fort-see Fortean Times.
    In the Bibliography, the person cited more then any other person is L Ron Hubbard, (4 times). Interesting....

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    Just finished What the Dog Saw by William Gladwell and am now reading his Tipping Point. I guess Gladwell is a sociologist. I really, really, really recommend What The Dog Saw just as an interesting read - besides the social insights. Gladwell does a fascinating job of taking a personal story and intertwining it with the underlying science to provide general insight. Really interesting reading.

    R.I.P. Cyrano and Roxanne.

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