A Days Work 2/21/10
Last week I was reading a thread on SF about Hawkbills. The OP mentioned
that many he had looked at in the past were too heavy ( mine included).
A good criticism.
Realizing I hadn t made a Hawk in a couple years I decided to do a small
series of them and keeping in mind the weight factor. The results can be
- Re: Musing on a few "Just Finished Book"
... This certainly fit the bill....I felt that I was right there in the time frame of the 50's/60's....way before cell phones and home pc's, the pacing was different and while the eventual murder was not that hard to figure out I still liked the way the author weaved his magic to transport me for a few hours....I was pleasantly surprised by how good I felt after reading it...that lead to reading another older book.... ... This is a solid police procedural and while Inspector Espinosa has the usual baggage that comes with living alone...he seems to be involved in his neighbourhood and is friends with a lovely young girl that often walks with him to work on her way to school....Espinosa is the kind of guy you would not mind having as a neighbour. ... I have read almost all of Laura's books and have never been disappointed so I just thrust myself headlong into this one....about 200 pages in I was wondering how many characters we were going to meet and usually this kind of gripes me as I can't keep them all straight but by the end of the book I realized that Laura has this time created a neighbourhood complete with all the components you would find in your own neighbourhood and best of all I felt like I "knew" all of them. ... (Mr J G Reeder, "The Poetical Policeman Policeman". ...
- Re: Trey and Page with the Allman Brothers Thursday March 12, Beacon Theater
... That was after the apology. ... My mind changed about all that, ... reading comprehension man. ... There is a politically incorrect saying about arguing on the internet. ...
- Re: My experience is what I agree to attend to.
... trained mind as the equivalent of the fit body that receives a regular ... meditate, and have decided it's probably not really for me. ... into flow activities works best for me, that is, things like reading ... It's certainly true that some reading requires better mental discipline. ...
- Re: checking weight on a moving belt
... A product is moved at a certain speed on a conveyor belt over a scale ... which registers the product's weight. ... It's then necessary to integrate the reading over ...
- Re: Bahiya
... brian mitchell wrote: ... I know you're a voracious reading machine, but I'll take that as a good ... mind describes itself, sort of. ... and this is the first time the images ...