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  1. Mahatma
    11-24-2016 06:43 PM
    So you took a road trip.Good for you.Bought that 60th edition myself last year,but found it had nothing really new three part hardbacks with pictures by Howe,so gave it as a christmas present to a friend.

    Try out Nick Caves Boatmans call on vinyl if you haven't allready.Sounds glorious.

    Tata for now old chap
  2. Mahatma
    09-26-2016 06:35 PM
    Did you finish theat 20000 leagues under the sea?did you like it?if so,I think you'll like A journey through the solar system too.I wouldn't recommend that movie Suburra.Saw it yesterday and it was a straight to video deal TBH.Have gotten the Crying game and the Englishman who went up a hill and came down a mountain on spanish BD editions.Thankfully it has the english audio option Thats what I'll be doing when the weather turns as nasty as smaugs dreams.Couldn't resist.

    Hope all's well in the rainy city,or is that the windy city...Oh well.Take care.How's that new screen you've got?
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  5. Grand Bob
    07-25-2016 03:43 AM
    Grand Bob
    Weather has been great and we have spent a lot of time visiting family, so it has been a great summer. I am currently reading 20000 Leagues Under the Sea and am waiting until September 23 to start LotR, having finished The Hobbit earlier. I started the year by reading Silmarillion, although I skip that during some years. Another very interesting book I have just read is Beyond Biocentrism, by the stem cell researcher Robert Lanza. He suggests that consciousness is the basis of the universe. I hope that as Galadriel once said, that "you are using well the days".
  6. Mahatma
    07-15-2016 05:12 PM
    Hope the holidays are treating you well.Heard rumours of an unusual good weathdr spell earlier this month.

    I am abit torn between just reading hobbit and lotr and starting off with the silmarillion on my middle earth project Did you start with the silmarilion (abit hard to get into),or did you just go for the hobbit and lotr?

    Enjoy the summer
  7. Mahatma
    04-24-2016 07:46 AM
    Just finished re-reading 20000 leagues under the sea.You'll love it as you will other Jules Verne books.Litterature for all ages
  8. Mahatma
    04-23-2016 06:52 AM
    Hi.Thought about starting it today too,but am currently reading a social satire set in the same universe of Wind in the willows where it tells the story of the stoats,ferrets and weasels who gets a raw deal by those living at the river side.I'll getround to them when my holliday comes around in august.I never get tired of the Hobbit.Long time since I've read LotR so will take the middle earth route then.Maybe I'll even finish the Silmarillion then too.Who knows
  9. Mahatma
    03-21-2016 07:38 PM
    Thanks for the heads up on april 22.I'll start then too,and work my way through LotR too since it's a few years I visited that book.

    The curtains work fine-for me and the neighbours too Give Oscar Petersons 'Exclusively for my friends' a chance.Been released on vinyl and cd.Glorious jazz.I love it

    Take care man.
  10. Mahatma
    03-09-2016 07:49 AM
    Nothing so grand as you.Put up some curtains in my HT to stop resonanse.It does that,but now I may start to think it "deadened" it abit much...Who says one can have ones cake and eat it too? I started to read that GoT book 1,but not my cup of tea.Should have been a warning me not liking the TV show either.Happy days man.Maybe now you can finish that 20000 leages under the sea.If you like crime,I recommend a book named Alex by a dutch author.

    Take care man

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