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Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 27: The
 This is a tale of gain, loss and then a final gain. The Enterprise is ordered to transport samples of deadly biological agents to another planet where they hopefully will help in stopping a deadly …
 I have become a very big fan of silicone baking products in two ways, their ability to withstand both heat and messes. Cleaning it up is amazingly simple, I have yet to find any standard kitchen …
 This product will be useful for both indoor and outdoor gardeners. If you work with houseplants or have a garden and want to make local notes about the plants, these tiny posts will work well. The …
reviewed Batman: Battle for the Cowl. May 06
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 …
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 42: Q
After viewing and re-viewing episodes of STTNG involving the entity known as Q, I have formulated a theory as to his popularity. So well played by John de Lancie, he also has some of the best dialog to …
reviewed Baseball Wit by Bill Adler. May 06
Baseball is unlike any other sport in that the people who make their living in it seem to be funnier than those in other sports. Adler has collected some of the best anecdotes about this wonderful game …
Clint Martin is an incoming freshman at Midwestern University, a school noted for the quality of its varsity football program. He loves to play football and even though he was not even a starter on his …
reviewed Base Burglar. May 05
Base Burglar
Cliff Connor is an eighteen-year old boy with a passion for baseball.  When the story opens, he is playing for a town team, and while good, he is not a star. A major league scout is at the game looking …
reviewed Patton: A Genius for War. April 29
Patton: A Genius for War
There is no skill that a nation requires more or finds easier to ignore than the ability to win wars. General George Patton was clearly the most talented war fighter the United States produced in the …
Blue is by far my favorite color, so I have a natural affinity for the appearance of these shoestrings. They are thin with solidly waxed ends that allows for easy threading. As my sneakers wear, I tend …
The Presidencies of Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore (American Presidency Series)
 Of all the presidents, Millard Fillmore may have the worst public perception. There is even a group spoofing him as the most forgettable president in history. I first learned of this group when …
reviewed Halfback!. April 29
Halfback!
 As a youngster, I devoured books on juvenile sports fiction. They were exciting, generally well written and placed sports on a level of decency and high character. Granted that was not the case, …
 These are some of the best stories ever, I have read some of them at least ten times. In my opinion, the second, “Nightfall”, is the second best story that Asimov ever wrote. The remaining …
 These fasteners are very colorful and easy to use. So much so that in my review of the companion product “DigiHero 2 pcs Wristbands Replacement Band With Clasps for Fitbit , Flower 1 and Flower …
 These wristbands are soft, flexible and attractive, little girls will likely want to wear them simply as a decorative device. They are of course designed to hold an activity tracker, so the real …
reviewed Starting pitcher. April 27
Starting pitcher
I consider Duane Decker to be one of the best writers of adolescent sports fiction. Many of his books revolve around the mythical Blue Sox, with their manager Jughead (Jug) Slavin. Actual baseball legends …
Review written by Jennifer Corrigan, edited by Charles Ashbacher        In general, I’m not a fan of skirts. They are usually uncomfortable, restrictive, and unflattering …
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 74: The
 The primary premise of this episode is as old as humanity and one that will probably always be part of the human condition, no matter how far we move out into the cosmos. There is a biological plague …
 This screen protector is like the others made by Bluboon, it is extremely resistant to gunk such as skin oil and food. There is no danger if you accidently drop mustard or ketchup on the screen …
reviewed Star Trek VII: Generations. April 01
 This movie has some very strong points. Tolian Soran is one of the strongest villains in the Star Trek series, as Malcolm McDowell delivers a powerful performance. The initial scene where Kirk, …
 In the winter, my skin gets very dry, one spot on my back and my hands in particular. Therefore, it was fortuitous that I evaluated this product in the winter. I primarily used it as a shower gel …
 Like all other areas of fiction, a science fiction story will evoke different responses in different people. Even the greatest stories of the time, so acknowledged by the author receiving a Hugo …
reviewed The Genetic Code. April 01
The Genetic Code
 Once again Asimov is at his best, this time explaining DNA and the underlying genetic code in an easy to understand manner. He starts with the fundamentals of the language of chemistry, the symbols …
reviewed The Genetic Code. April 01
The Genetic Code
 Once again Asimov is at his best, this time explaining DNA and the underlying genetic code in an easy to understand manner. He starts with the fundamentals of the language of chemistry, the symbols …
reviewed The Chemicals of Life. April 01
The Chemicals of Life
 Written in 1954, some of the material and current facts in this book are dated. However, Asimov is such a good expository writer that in most cases it does not matter. He covers the basics of proteins, …
reviewed OPUS 200. March 31
While others wrote more than Isaac Asimov did, no one can match the breadth of his writing. To many people, he was a science fiction writer, but in fact that was only a small percentage of his output. …
 As a test, I used this slicer on a cucumber and then on a full-size carrot. In a very short time, the cucumber was turned into a string salad, both blades worked very well, they are extremely sharp. …
reviewed Opus 100. March 31
Opus 100
 Certainly there is no one who can match the breadth of Asimov’s writings, although there are a few who can match the volume. The man truly can be described as “the human writing machine.”  …
These towels are extremely soft to the skin, at first touch they appear more suited to drying your hands rather than cleaning the house. As a test I held one of these towels in one hand and a standard …
Star Trek - The Original Series: The Cage
 The only way to view this video is with your mind firmly locked into the historical context. When Gene Roddenberry first proposed the Star Trek series to network executives, the American television …
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 28: The
While I am familiar with the many stories about the original screenplay by Harlan Ellison and the changes made for the episode, that will not be part of this review. What matters is what appeared on the …
reviewed Faces of Fire. March 31
Faces of Fire
 This story moves along slower than many of the others, as there is a great deal of effort expended in building the background of the characters of David and Carol Marcus. Both are part of a terraforming …
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 8:
 This episode has my favorite line in the original series, “Charlie, there are a million things in this universe you can have and there are a million things you can’t have. It’s …
MUTINY ON THE ENTERPRISE STAR TREK 12
 This story is very similar to the original series episode “This Side of Paradise.” In that episode, there is a symbiotic relationship between humans and the spores of a plant. The spores …
This screen is great at repelling the normal types of gunk that find their way onto screens. Fingerprints and food items such as sauce are easily cleaned off with no residue. I attempted to scratch the …
This review was written by Adriana Boettcher, edited by Charles Ashbacher       The Aquadis Swimming Goggles with Anti-Fog and Scratch-Resistant Lenses work pretty well.  I …
This device is very easy to put together, a ball snaps into a circular holder and then a wheel nut is turned to tighten it into place. The holder itself can be moved in a full 360 degrees and the twisted …
Review written by Adriana Boettcher, edited by Charles Ashbacher       My niece loved the interchangeable ruffles on her Celegrity Footless Tight Leggings!  The colorful …
 This canvas container/cover for a MacBook is very stylish, durable and has a simple latching mechanism that will keep the machine inside. The main compartment has a form of soft felt inner lining …
reviewed DREAMS OF THE RAVEN. March 29
DREAMS OF THE RAVEN
 In my opinion, this is not one of the better Star Trek novels. A new and dangerous species enters Federation space and is able to take control of humanoids (including Klingons) and make them operate …
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