Thursday, January 16, 2014

Shooter's Knives


The Breastfeeding Bible by Dr. Penny Stanway.  I was so sure we had recently bought a book on breastfeeding.  We did add one a year ago but I thought it was more recently purchased.  Dang, this is the sixth edition. 

Ask A Science Teacher: 250 answers to questions you've always had about how everyday stuff really works by Larry Scheckel.  I'm going to take this home for Boy #1. Page 13 says, " In 1900, Austrian doctor Karl Landsreiner found a basis for classifying human blood into four groups."

Dad's Expecting Too! by Harlan Cohen.  "Advice, tips and stories about the surprises, questions and joys ahead."  Oh, really.  Like how the kids stand on your head when you're in bed trying to sleep?

Freedom from Toxic Relationships by Avril Carruthers.  Avril is from Australia.  Where Australians live.  "A guide to leaving painful, destructive relationships behind - both at home and at work."

Pregnancy: the beginner's guide by Dorling Kindersly, Limited.  Dang, we're all about pregnancy books today.  Page 229 has a woman eating a bowl of fruit.

London's Secrets: Museums and Galleries by Robbi Atilgan and David Hampshire.  Couldn't you just throw a rock in the and see whatever historic place it lands on?  Probably, but the rock will not provide neat little reviews and photos.

Paris: 2014 by Eyewitness Travel.  Great travel guides. 

Crash and Burn by Artie Lange.  The latest autobio update by the comedian.  I assume he discusses his breakdown and suicide attempt. 

Financially Fearless by Alexa Von Tobbel, CFP.  Financial planning exercises to have a "realistic financial game plan tailored to your priorities, your dreams, and your lifestyle."

The Kick-Ass Writer by Chuck Wendig.  I cannot recall why I bought this.  I think I read a recommendation online.  No author photo but there is an index.

Defensive Revolver Fundamentals by Grant Cunningham.  According to the many photos Cunningham likes Ruger revolvers.

Extreme Bricks: spectacular, record-breaking, and astounding Lego projects from around the world by Sarah Herman.  The have that Lego house build by James May from Top Gear.  I watched that show.

Knives: 2014, 34th Edition edited by Joe Kertzman.  Woo-hoo!  These are great.  Page 125 says, "Geometric lines dominate the overall look of the CPM-154 frame-lock flipper folder, working off an Ikoma Korth Bearing System and sporting a titanium handle, pivot screws, spacers, thumb stud and pocket clip."

Shooter's Bible, 105th Edition by Skyhorse Publishing.  The CZ section does not list my PCR.  The webpage does.  Or, you could buy a Krieghoff shotgun for only $20,000.  Zoinks.

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