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reviewed Mega & Star Wand Big Bubble Maker. Last Saturday
Mega & Star Wand Big Bubble Maker
 This toy is so cool that it will excite every child that has the opportunity to play with it. It is a device that folds up into a tight wand for placement into the bubble solution placed in the …
reviewed Four OZ Naturals products. September 25
Four OZ Naturals products
Review written by Adriana Boettcher, edited by Charles Ashbacher       My first experience with Oz Naturals products was so positive, I was excited to try more. I had already …
reviewed Ellie's Best Nut Milk Bag. September 25
Ellie's Best Nut Milk Bag
Review written by Kim Menke, edited by Charles Ashbacher      Ellie's Best Nut Milk Bag worked well as a bag for brewing tea with loose tea leaves. It was easy to put whatever …
Ipow Pastorable Flower Floral Canvas Double Zipper Large Cosmetic Pen Pencil Stationery Pouch Bag Case, Set of 4 Ipow Pastorable Flower Floral Canvas Double Zipper Large Cosmetic Pen Pencil Station
Review written by Caytie Ribble, edited by Charles Ashbacher      The colorful bags are awesome, they are the perfect size to carry all the little odds and ends in my purse, and if …
reviewed Star Trek (2009). March 23, 2013
Star Trek Poster
What was your first impression? Very negative        Plot summary? A new cast of the characters having the same name is introduced with a new storyline. Kirk and Spock forge …
reviewed Moonraker (film). November 30, 2011
posted in Bond, James Bond
Moonraker Movie Poster
I consider this the worst of the Bond films starring Roger Moore as 007. The difficulties of stealing a space shuttle, the size of the satellite in space, the romance between Jaws and his lady, I could …
reviewed Thunderball (film). November 30, 2011
posted in Bond, James Bond
Thunderball
I first watched this movie when I was young and was with a group of boys my age. We LOVED the opening scence where the naked women were swimming underwater with their breasts moving. However, that was …
reviewed Rudy Giuliani. September 02, 2011
posted in Politics Your Way
Rudy Giuliani
When the first bombing of the World Trade Center took place, many weaknesses in the disaster response process in New York City were revealed. While others learned from this, Giuliani did not. Despite …
reviewed Modesty Blaise. March 09, 2011
Modesty Blaise is a vastly underapprciated comic book character from the British author Peter O'Donnell. With her male sidekick Willie Garvin, she confidently walked into dangerous situations. While she …
reviewed Comics Revue #46. February 27, 2011
Comics Revue #46
Comics Revue is a small press that reprints classic comics, giving you a second look at the favorites of your youth or a first look at some of the best strips that you missed the first time around. The …
Justice League of America: The Nail (Part 3 of 3)
The Earth is once again in danger, this time from an alien invasion where the origin is the planet Krypton. Aliens are being demonized by politicians and there is a supposed set of super robots that can …
reviewed Oskaloosa Moon. February 26, 2011
Oskaloosa Moon
The history books are filled with the story of segregation based on race and how there needed to be court rulings and a civil rights movement to end it. What is almost never discussed is the de facto …
reviewed Have Gun Will Travel Collector's Edit.... February 26, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Have Gun Will Travel Collector's Edition (Long
"The Long Night" is based on a theme that was used in several episodes of different westerns. Paladin is riding through Texas when he is taken at gunpoint and placed with two other men. All of the men …
Scientists Must Write: A Guide to Better Writing
People in all areas of science, mathematics and technology must be able to write clearly, concisely and accurately. While in most cases, a failure to do so leads to a bit of confusion and a correction …
reviewed Comics Revue #39. February 26, 2011
Comics Revue #39
Comics Revue is a small press that reprints classic comics, giving you a second look at the favorites of your youth or a first look at some of the best strips that you missed the first time around. The …
The Savage Sword of Conan No. 80
In the title story Conan is in the employ of the good king Tahrend, an aged man that knows his time is short. Years earlier his chief artist Varrel Dorn had grown angry with Tahrend and fled to the neighboring …
reviewed Heroes Of The Major Leagues. February 25, 2011
Heroes Of The Major Leagues
This book was a look back at my youth, when my friends and I talked about baseball all the time and debated the questions about the best players. However, when it came to pitching we were in agreement, …
World's Shortest Stories: Murder. Love. Horror.
The stories in this collection are subject to the most stringent of restrictions, they are exactly 55 words long. All were written in response to a challenge and of course these are the gems culled from …
reviewed Origami Polyhedra Design. February 25, 2011
Origami Polyhedra Design
Historically, three-dimensional polyhedra made via origami have been constructed from folding multiple sheets of paper into identical patterns and then combining the pieces. In this book, origami master …
reviewed COMICS REVUE #29 (1988). February 25, 2011
COMICS REVUE #29 (1988)
Comics Revue is a small press that reprints classic comics, giving you a second look at the favorites of your youth or a first look at some of the best strips that you missed the first time around. Number …
reviewed Fray. February 24, 2011
Fray
Fray is a young woman with powers somewhat like Spider-Man in the sense that she has a great deal of strength, moves about on rooftops and is not considered a hero by law enforcement. Fray is a mercenary/thief …
reviewed MASH - The Collector's Edition (Prize.... February 24, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
MASH - The Collector's Edition (Prize Possessions)
"The LongJohn Flap" is a bit silly but is based on one of the most critical aspects of warfare, the need to stay warm in the winter. For reasons that seem incomprehensible, most armies other than those …
reviewed With All Deliberate Speed (2004). February 24, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
With All Deliberate Speed (2004)
No history of the United States is complete without a mention of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education ruling in 1954. With this unanimous decision, the U. S. Supreme Court struck down all the laws …
The Corruptible: A Novel (A Ray Quinn Mystery)
Former cop Ray Quinn had a hip shot out from under him, he is recovering slowly, walks with a cane and is now working as a private investigator. He has a tough, somewhat impulsive assistant named Crevis …
Teen Titans Vol. 2: Family Lost
The new Teen Titans exhibit personalities far different than the original group of heroes. Kid Flash has an impulsive personality, much more dangerous in him because of his speed afoot. In the time it …
Double or Nothing (Star Trek The Next Generation:
With almost a galaxy to choose from, there would be an enormous number of quality applicants to Star Fleet Academy. It stands to reason that some of the people that would rise to command would be heroes …
Red and Rover: A Boy, A Dog, A Time, A Feeling
If you had a dog when you were a child, then this book will take you back to your youth. It begins with Red the boy walking across the street with his head in a comic book. Rover the homeless dog races …
Southland Tales Book 1: Two Roads Diverge (Bk. 1)
The setting is in the United States some time after terrorists set off two nuclear weapons in El Paso and Abilene, Texas. While the event did not completely politically fragment the United States, it …
reviewed You Can Count on Monsters. February 21, 2011
You Can Count on Monsters
This colorful book uses a set of initial diagrams to explain the factoring of the first 100 positive integers into prime factors. Each prime number is represented by a figure that is a "monster" and the …
reviewed Meet Babe Ruth (1988). February 21, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Meet Babe Ruth (1988)
No other figure has ever changed their sport more than Babe Ruth changed baseball. Furthermore, no one else even comes close. Before he reached the major leagues, baseball was a "station-to-station" game, …
reviewed 67 seconds. February 21, 2011
67 seconds
The setting is in a world of the future where the geopolitical structure has shifted. Prussia has once again risen to be a powerful force in Eastern Europe and Asia and it has expanding eastward to Afghanistan. …
reviewed Mash, the Collector's Series: Going H.... February 20, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Mash, the Collector's Series: Going Home (1975)
Given that the Korean War was essentially a stalemate for years while peace talks dragged on, the premise of the first episode ("Ceasefire") no doubt happened several times. It begins when a General informs …
Mad's Dave Berg Looks at the U.S.A.
While a great deal of the humor that appeared in Mad Magazine in the 1950's and 1960's has not retained its' humorous qualities, a great deal of the content of this book has. That is because it deals …
reviewed X-Men: The End Book One: Dreamers And.... February 20, 2011
X-Men: The End Book One: Dreamers And Demons
While this installment of the long-running X-Men saga is dynamic and contains a great deal of action, readers that are not familiar with the previous stories will find it very difficult to follow. The …
reviewed Batman: Battle for the Cowl. February 19, 2011
Batman: Battle for the Cowl
The setting is after the apparent death of Batman (Bruce Wayne) and the streets of Gotham City have been turned into a war zone. With the fear of the Caped Crusader gone, organized criminal gangs are …
reviewed Adventures of Young Indiana Jones, Ch.... February 19, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Adventures of Young Indiana Jones, Chapter 10 -
One of the best aspects of this video is that it is set in sub-Saharan Africa in the First World War. Most of the history of this war that is taught in schools deals with the action in Europe, and if …
Race War: America's Worst Nightmare
Based on some wildly implausible premises, this book does have a point to make, namely that the United States grew to be a powerful nation as a consequence of the diverse backgrounds of the people. The …
Joe Celko's SQL for Smarties, Fourth Edition:
I have taught beginning SQL several times; in general it is easy for people to understand the fundamentals of the language. In other words, it is not difficult to learn SQL at the "For Dummies" level. …
Mad's Maddest Artist Don Martin Bounces Back!
It is unfortunate that it is generally true that the humor that appeared in Mad Magazine the 1960's has not aged well. It was generally incredibly stupid, used a minimalist approach in the images and …
A Pointed Death (Pointer Mystery Series)
Nola Billingsley is an entrepreneur in the area of biotechnology and her company located in San Francisco was doing well. However, one of her employees used the company credit line as if it was his own …
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