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posted a Quick Tip about Ray Bradbury. June 06, 2012
Ray Bradbury
Rest in peace, Mr. Bradbury. From "A Sound of Thunder" to "R is for Rocket," you've inspired thousands of people in numerous fields, from writers to scientists. You will be sorely missed.
posted a Quick Tip about Ann Coulter. May 25, 2012
Ann Coulter
I cannot stand this woman. She's offensive, abrasive, rude, disrespectful, and so full of garbage (and herself). Watching her and the way see acts really puts me off. Who in their right mind …
posted a Quick Tip about Michael Lewis. January 22, 2012
Michael Lewis
An author with a great sense of humor. I thoroughly enjoyed his latest book Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World and finished it at one go. An excellent read. Moneyball & The Big Short are some …
posted a Quick Tip about Emeril Lagasse. January 14, 2012
posted in Pass The Remote!
I never did understand the appeal of television chefs, but I always did like Emeril Lagasse. But Emeril was always more than just a cook. He's probably the best pure showman who just happens to be working …
posted a Quick Tip about Barack Obama. January 13, 2012
posted in Inspirations
Barack Obama
I like that Obama is a charismatic guy with real credentials, a working brain, and a natural ability to lead. But he was a better candidate than a President. I like him better than the last guy and better …
posted a Quick Tip about Christopher Hitchens. December 16, 2011
Christopher Hitchens
First of all, what moron writes up these descriptions? Christopher Hitchens was never an actor! (Holy shit, Richard Dawkins is also classified that way too for some reason.) Now, Hitchens the theologist …
posted a Quick Tip about Gordon Ramsay. October 02, 2011
Gordon Ramsay
Ramsay is known best for his fiery temper and ruthless pursuit of perfection, but that's what makes a great chef. Out of the various culinary shows he hosts, I especially love Kitchen Nightmares the most …
posted a Quick Tip about Stephen King. September 04, 2011
Stephen King
At his best, King's a nearly unparalleled master of the contemporary pop genre novel; at worst, an intolerably prolix hack. As an actor, he's too maladroit to execute a cameo competently, which he's proven …
reviewed Harriet Beecher Stowe. June 27, 2011
The Biennial of the Birth of Harriet Beecher Stowe
The 200th Birthday of Abolitionist Author Harriet Beecher Stowe   By Dr. Joseph S. Maresca       This month marks the 200th birthday of Harriet Beecher Stowe, who was …
posted a Quick Tip about Mark Twain. June 23, 2011
Mark Twain
One of the great authors of all time, likely the greatest from America. His novels are classics, and his short stories are brilliant and devilishly clever works of satire which still prove to be relevant …
posted a Quick Tip about Michael Crichton. June 22, 2011
Michael Crichton
One of the great authors of soft sci-fi. He put a lot of obvious scientific research into his work and told stories which were compelling and suspenseful and frequently questioned what the potential downsides …
posted a Quick Tip about J.K. Rowling. June 22, 2011
Jk Rowling
Not the most talented writer in terms of pure literacy, but she knows how to weave a complex and imaginative story. When you're an author, that's what counts most if you're not trying to impress academic …
posted a Quick Tip about Stephen King. June 20, 2011
Stephen King
Stephen King can really turn phrases, and many of his plot ideas are pretty original. But he keeps writing a lot of cliche characters: Alcoholics, bad parents, abused high school students, and others …
READERS BE WARNED...SPOILERS AHEAD! I have to say that this is my favorite Anita Blake book in the series yet. Halloween is fast aproaching, and of course that would be Anitas busy season, so along with …
posted a Quick Tip about Roald Dahl. April 12, 2011
Roald Dahl
As a child growing up, Dahl's stories were so bizarre, inventive, and quirky that I couldn't help but love them. With his witty eccentricity and his combination of juvenile fantasy, slightly edgy …
posted a Quick Tip about Neil Gaiman. March 24, 2011
Neil Gaiman
One of the dark, comical, eccentric geniuses of contemporary fiction. Neil Gaiman has shown himself to be a true renaissance man, having written comic books & graphic novels, novels & novellas, …
posted a Quick Tip about Douglas Adams. February 19, 2011
posted in SF Signal
Douglas Adams
I loved Adams' metaphor about Britain's colonial children, comparing the national personalities of Canada, the US and Australia. Spot on.
reviewed Laura Schlessinger. February 09, 2011
Laura Schlessinger
   First, let me say this.  As a nation we need to have a conversation about the word "nigger."  We need to look at the historical use of the word, how it has been used to …
reviewed John Borgstedt. February 02, 2011
John Borgstedt Author of I love you Mom
Read "I Love You Mom, Please Don't Break My Heart" aloud during our House Church meeting. As the reading started there were a few sighs. 10 pages into the book the room was silent …
posted a Quick Tip about Alan Moore. December 31, 2010
Alan Moore
I adore his novels and he's clearly very talented, but my God is he a tit and a half. The rings, the anarchy bolocks, the beard. Eh
posted a Quick Tip about Barack Obama. December 27, 2010
Barack Obama
The least qualified man in any room he walks into. Not a law professor, a part-time lecturer. Never ran anything, only worked as a community organizer. Not vetted, not eligible to be president regardless …
posted a Quick Tip about Barack Obama. December 18, 2010
Barack Obama
He hasn't managed to keep to any of his campaign promises, or even the promises he made when he took office.  He has managed to do a few things very badly (health care reform, arguing for increased …
posted a Quick Tip about Michael J. Fox. November 22, 2010
posted in Pass The Remote!
Michael J. Fox
From Alex P. Keaton to Marty McFly and even Scott Howard, Michael J. Fox was one of the guys I dreamed of being when I was growing up.
reviewed The Last Battle. October 28, 2010
The Last Battle
THE LAST BATTLE is the seventh and final book in the Chronicles of Narnia. The story begins when an ape named Shift and his "friend" (though actually more of a slave) Puzzle the donkey discover …
posted a Quick Tip about Stieg Larsson. October 16, 2010
Official Stieg Larsson Page
Stieg Larsson is best known for writing the Millenium Trilogy of crime novels which were published posthumously. He was the second best selling author in the world in 2008. By March 2010 the Millenium …
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