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 on: Today at 12:28:56 PM 
Started by Andrew - Last post by The Burgomaster
Some of the movies listed above are available in Mill Creek sets.  I also bought a few of them on DVD-R from various websites.  But it would be nice to see them get a "real" release.  I do have a legitimate copy of ROBOT JOX on DVD, though.

 on: Today at 12:07:37 PM 
Started by ER - Last post by BoyScoutKevin

Muller and Pronzini's
(the husband and wife writing duo)
The spook lights affair
. . . in the Carpenter and Quincannon series

While one of the heroes investigates the supposed suicide of a debutante, whose body has mysteriously disappeared, our other hero investigates a robbery in downtown San Francisco and a reported ghost seen among the sand dunes outside of the city. Of course, all the cases are connected together at the end.

Gwen Florio's
1st novel

Ellen Hart's
Taken by the wind
. . . in the Jane Lawless series

When two tween boys disappear from a camp out in the backyard of one of them, a search is immediately put into effect. For are the boys being held by a kidnapper for ransom, by a pornographer for a porn film, or are they just runaways from troubles at home.

Who would have thought that an avowed lesbian, with apparently no children of her own, would have a better idea of how tween boys act, react, and behave than the writer of "Broad church," who apparently does have children.

Also does this writer throw problems at the characters in the book.

business problems -- financial problems -- marital problems -- mental problems -- physical problems -- problems at church -- problems at school -- problems with friends -- problems with relatives -- and sexual problems.

Richard Castle's
Deadly heat
. . . in the Castle series

Sandra Dallas'
Fallen women

Elizabeth George's
Just one evil act
. . . .in the Inspector Lynley series

When the wife and daughter of her next door neighbor disappear from their home in London, one of our heroes helps him look for them. Only to find them in a small town in Italy. Only now to have the daughter disappear. Only to reappear. Only to have the wife die under mysterious circumstances. What is going on?

Most writers describe a character by what they wear, this writer--here--describes a character by some physical affect.

the androgyne -- the beautiful one -- the ugly one -- the really, really ugly one -- the tall one -- the short one -- the simpleminded one -- the one with big ears -- the one with 6 digits on one hand -- the one with scars on his face -- the one with scars on her arms -- and the one with terminal dandruff.

And months after finishing the book, the characters are still distinctive enough, that I still remember them.

+ one non-fiction

Adam Minter's
Junkyard planet :
travels in the billion dollar trash trade.
1st non-fiction

By a 3rd generation junk yard dog, if there is anybody who knows more about the business, they can be counted on one hand with fingers left over. What surprised me is how well the system works on an international scope. It is not perfect, but it does work surprisingly well.

Next time: a reversal. 6 of 1 and a half dozen non-fiction + 1 fiction book.

 on: Today at 11:48:22 AM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by Rev. Powell

Also, for Free Music Saturday I downloaded a couple of cuts off this:

Allegro Classical Fall 2011 Sampler -

 on: Today at 11:21:22 AM 
Started by Trevor - Last post by Dr. Whom

And produced by Carlo Ponti, otherwise know as Mr. Sophia Loren

 on: Today at 10:31:21 AM 
Started by dean - Last post by BoyScoutKevin
Because this had to be sent by smoke signal, this will be late, but it is the thought that counts.

Our Fearless Trevor rides the vast South African veldt on his faithful steed
Blunder the Wonder ostrich.
Reviving all those who need to be revived.
And leaving behind a pair of his underpants when he is done.

So . . .?! Trevor . . .?!

Happy birthday to you!
Happy birthday to you!
Squashed tomatoes
And potatoes, too.
Bread and butter
In the gutter.
Happy birthday to you!

"Who was that masked archivist? -- No one knows, but we do know that the smell he brings with him, will linger in the area for days, if not weeks, to come."

 on: Today at 10:14:38 AM 
Started by indianasmith - Last post by lester1/2jr
I'm certainly not excusing Stalin's crimes, but I think Trotsky may have actually been worse. Trotsky vs Stalin is a common argument in commie circles and I think Trotsky was more neferious in some ways. he was an internationalist and not in a good way, whereas Stalin at least mainly killed his own people

 on: Today at 10:04:07 AM 
Started by Flangepart - Last post by Flangepart

 on: Today at 09:57:53 AM 
Started by indianasmith - Last post by Flangepart
RC - I don't know. the legacy of Trotsky lives on in the neoconservatives, the warmongering DC based worst thing that ever happened to this country. Stalin at least was at least not an elitist.
Uh, dude...Stalin murdered about 20 million of the people under his power. THAT is the worst kind of HE is the most important thing in the world- only the tyrant's life matters.
 Other people are just pie crusts to be broken.

 on: Today at 09:57:06 AM 
Started by bob - Last post by bob

The Price is Right losing horn Small | Large

 on: Today at 09:57:04 AM 
Started by Mr. DS - Last post by Jack
Testing my new Gibson Les Paul - In the style of Joe Bonamassa

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