Thursday, February 13, 2014

Older Pop Music

Older Pop Tunes That Have Been Donated Within A Plastic Disc With A Center Hole

Machine by Smashing Pumpkins.  I figured it would circulate.

Siamese Dream by Smashing Pumpkins.  I figured it would circulate.

Being There by Wilco.  I figured it would circulate.  Allmusic lilked this tune, I Got You (At the End of the Century).

Not to be confused with Split Enz's I Got You,

Or Pearl Jam's I Got You,

Or, Marilyn Manson's I Got You,

Or, [some guy playing bass guitar]'s I Got You,

Biggest Mish of Mash Ever


Do or Die by Suzanne Brockmann.  The cover says: Some sort of shoot-em up with a muscle guy who lost his shirt but kept his gun.

Cell by Robin Cook.  The author's name says: medical thriller.  The cover illustration says: someone dropped their cell phone in the rain.

Mark of Evil by Tim Lahaye and Craig Parshall.  The cover illustration says: a satellite zaps the world into an integrated circuit.


Duty by Robert M. Gates.  The cover illustration says: yeah, I know the title can been turned into a elementary school joke.

Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia by Jason Loborik, et al. The cover says: Look at me, I'm Matt Smith and I use one gallon of products to make my hair up.

British Paratrooper Versus Fallschirmajager: Mediterranean 1942-43 by David Greentree.  The cover says: Hey, just like Forgotten Weapons.

British Infantryman Versus Zulu Warrior: Anglo-Zulu War 1879 by Ian Knight.  The cover says: Hey, you remember that famous war movie about the African wars?  Not, not that one, the other one.

Decorate Cakes, Cupcakes, and Cookies with Kids by Autumn Carpenter.  The cover says: I'm filled with COLOR, COLOR, COLOR!

Writing Fantasy Heroes: powerful advice from the pros edited by Jason M. Waltz.  The cover says: Frank Frazetta would have a girl in here.

Audiobook on CD

Harbor Nocturne by Joseph Wambaugh.  10.5 hours on 9 CDs.  The cover says: That's a big bridge.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Large Print and Two NonFic

Large Print


Gaining Ground by Forrest Pritchard.  One fateful day in 1996,upon discovering that five freight cars' worth of glittering corn reaped a tiny proift of $18.16, young Forrest Pritchard undertakes to save his family's farm... hilarious... livestock... colorful local characters... sustainable... career... mainstream... health... turn... this... tugs... page.

Parenting Your Powerful Child by Dr. Kevin Leman.  The kids on the cover is standing on a couch.  The kid's hair looks like a kid I know named Silas.  Except Silas has very blond hair and excellent manners.