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    And the last 5:

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    "Things should be made as simple as possible, but not one bit simpler." ~ Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    And the last 5:
    Haha! You've made your point... Thanks for sharing, though.. really great artwork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    Haha! You've made your point...
    The actual point was, when she likes something, she really likes it!
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    Thanks for the virtual gallery tour, Alan!

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    The actual point was, when she likes something, she really likes it!
    At least she has good taste! She could be into velvet dogs-playing-poker pictures!

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    Very nice!

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    Walden on Wheels which is simple living focused, Black Lotus, The Thunder Before the Storm and Cures by Martin Duberman.

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    On another Alexander McCall Smith kick. LOVED the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series. Now doing a quick-read through the 44 Scotland Street books. Also reading a Steve Hockensmith compilation. I read a lot of fluffy crap, lol. On the wait list for Wait-What? by James Ryan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    Walden on Wheels which is simple living focused, Black Lotus, The Thunder Before the Storm and Cures by Martin Duberman.
    I read Walden on Wheels! I enjoyed it! Unbelievable what people can do when driven to get out and stay out of debt!
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    Don't Go There, by Svetlana Oss--one of several I've read about the Dyatlov Pass incident, which fascinates me. Concussion, by Jeanne Marie Laskas, which was engagingly written and really holding my interest until it came to an abrupt end. It was an expanded article, so I should have expected it, I guess, but still...Tell My Sons, by Mark Weber, apparently the tale of an authoritarian father who is dying. I didn't get far in that one. I'm currently reading No Time to Lose, by Peter Piot--a memoir of an infectious disease specialist and his work on AIDS and the Ebola virus. (I just noticed that my reading has taken a decidedly morbid bent...) I've also got Yuge, Garry Trudeau's take on Trump, but it's poorly formatted for Kindle--I'd have to use a magnifier--so that's one depressing tome I'll probably skip.

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