Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussions' started by Ted Heiks, Jul 27, 2013.
Finished reading Thomas A. DeBlack's With Fire and Sword.
It's still hard to beat:
The Cat in the Hat
Horton Hears a Who
Green Eggs and Ham
The Grinch Who Stole Christmas
Do you have young children (or grandchildren)?
My favorite by Seuss is "The Sleep Book." I've never known a kid who could get to the end without falling asleep.
Was it that evident? :smile:
it's a new idea for me. i'm reading Art of Coppersmithing by John Fuller. a master coppersmith who wrote the book in 1901.
Playboy (but only for the articles)
LOL. I just bought Biochemistry For Dummies from my junk store for only 6 bucks! I'm on chapter 2, and I'm pretty much praying for lots of pictures too.
Yeah -- one my kids (and their kids) liked was "Marvin K. Mooney -- Will You Please Go -- NOW"
I recalled it often myself, when I heard Egyptian News - "Hosni Mubarak, will you please go NOW!"
Then - "The time had come, so Hosni went."
And yet again, the whole thing - for Mohamed Morsi. :smile:
And now Egypt's regime is shaping up to be about the same. What a shame.
Finished reading Randy Finley's From Slavery to Uncertain Freedom.
Indeed. We Canadians like to help. I'd gladly send them Stephen Harper -- or maybe Justin Trudeau, if it would make Egyptians happy.
It probably wouldn't, but at least those guys don't kill protesters... :sad:
Read Chapters 5 through 9 of Johan Huizinga's The Waning of the Middle Ages.
Read Chapters 10 through 18 of Johan Huizinga's The Waning of the Middle Ages.
I have a few children's books that I love- the entire Little House series is my favorite by a mile, and the Harry Potter books are also great. I love love love Very Hungry Caterpillar, Strega Nona (which I read in a killer Italian accent), and Ten Little Dinosaurs (which I read as a rap, complete with my own ridiculous beat box).
The Cat in the Hat works great as old skool rap.
That is all.
Who wants to read Homeschooling for College Credit? I can hook you up.
Read Chapters 19 and 20 of Johan Huizinga's The Waning of the Middle Ages.
Read Chapters 21 through 23 of Johan Huizinga's The Waning of the Middle Ages. Finished. Time to resume reading Plutarch's Lives.
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
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