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that's awesome, makes ya wanna read the book again doesn't it?
12/8/2009 7:33 PM
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I just started reading Six Good Innings which is a story about the Toms River Little League teams in recent years. So far the first 20 pages are good.
12/9/2009 11:36 AM
The Edison/electric chair book mentioned a character I've always heard fantastic things about - Nikola Tesla. Altho a contemporary of Thomas Edison, it's likely he possessed the greatest inventive mind this side of da Vinci. I'm only about 30 pages into Tesla: Man Out of Time, by Margaret Cheney, and he's already displaying things, a fiery red ball of electricity to friend Mark Twain, that still cannot be replicated. Good read so far.
12/16/2009 8:57 PM
... part of the reason I've been intrigued by Tesla is his historic record (perfecting the alternating current system of electricity, etc. - huge, documented, real world accomplishments) AND because these types of books you find associated with him -

Occult Ether Physics: Tesla s Hidden Space Propulsion System and the Conspiracy to Conceal It (2nd Revised Edition) (Paperback)
~ William Lyne
12/16/2009 9:08 PM
Today I read

I am also working on:

I work at a preschool center as the director. I read George with the younger kids and The Mouse and the Motorcycle we have been working on for a week now with the older kids before school. I typicaly spend the majority of my day in the office but the past week or two I have been filling in as teachers take vacations.
4/21/2012 10:19 AM
The true life story of Moe Berg -- Baseball Player and Spy -- He was Franklin Roosevelt's favorite Ballplayer -- and his work helped Jimmie Doolittle with his raid over Toyko.
4/21/2012 1:14 PM
The Agony and The Ecstasy.  All about Michelangelo.  This guy could sculpt with the best of 'em.
4/21/2012 3:10 PM
A friend at work lent me Moneyball, just a few pages from finishing that up.
4/22/2012 1:43 PM
Just finished Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter and started Lies my Teacher Told Me.
4/22/2012 5:17 PM
Foundations of Pentecostal Theology by Guy P Duffield and NM Van Cleave. 
4/24/2012 1:47 AM
The Bullpen Gospels by Dirk Hayhurst, one of the best baseball books I've ever read.

Usually for work I am reading 2-3 books at a time.

At the moment, researching for a book I am working on, these include Frederick Cooper, Decolonization and African Society, and Revolt and Crisis in Greece published by AK press on the strikes and protests against austerity policies there. 
4/27/2012 6:35 AM
I just finished the last couple books in the George RR Martin Game of Thrones Series...it's my second time through them, they get better with the reread.

I am reading Chapters of Guns, Germs, and Steel for like the 80th time because I am using it in class.

I plan on rereading Money Ball soon, I just saw the movie,

I finished the Hunger Games trilogy recently as well.   I thought the first two were pretty cool, the third one was to much like Lord of the Rings and Star Wars.
4/27/2012 10:37 AM
Trentonjoe, tell me what you think of Guns, Germs and Steel when you are done. There are things I liked about it, but in the end I had some criticisms and even thought about writing a piece about some problems I had with Diamond's approach to history. 

Money Ball hasn't made it to Italy yet. Have to wait for it to hit satellite TV.
4/29/2012 5:55 PM
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