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  • I am delighted you've decided to start talking books by CalGal, January 29, 2012(#1 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, January 29, 2012(#2 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, January 29, 2012(#3 of 320)
  • See, I've been convinced for most of my life that by CalGal, January 29, 2012(#4 of 320)
  • Do you think PE and Irving Snodgrass at the Fray would by CalGal, January 29, 2012(#5 of 320)
  • I am definitely not the latter. by pseudoerasmus, January 29, 2012(#6 of 320)
  • I've always liked this metric of "native fluency" : by pseudoerasmus, January 29, 2012(#7 of 320)
  • Yes, you only speak 10 languages, not 30. To by CalGal, January 29, 2012(#8 of 320)
  • (X-post) Do you think PE and by Pincher Martin, January 29, 2012(#9 of 320)
  • That's right, I forgot about Hashke. What was his by CalGal, January 29, 2012(#10 of 320)
  • A lot of this comes down to how carefully we choose to by Pincher Martin, January 29, 2012(#11 of 320)
  • What was his real name, do you by Pincher Martin, January 29, 2012(#12 of 320)
  • Cal, The lesson you draw from your father's by Pincher Martin, January 29, 2012(#13 of 320)
  • I suspect that's true, because how many people of by CalGal, January 29, 2012(#14 of 320)
  • In matters linguistic I have no accomplishment or by pseudoerasmus, January 29, 2012(#15 of 320)
  • By the way, Pincher, that was a great review. It by pseudoerasmus, January 29, 2012(#16 of 320)
  • I like the captions! But I agree about the review. by CalGal, January 29, 2012(#17 of 320)
  • Cal, I don't think most low by Pincher Martin, January 29, 2012(#18 of 320)
  • PE, In matters linguistic I by Pincher Martin, January 29, 2012(#19 of 320)
  • Pincher's 18 seems exactly right to me. Many adults by pseudoerasmus, January 29, 2012(#20 of 320)
  • I think you're exactly right about the many degrees by CalGal, January 29, 2012(#21 of 320)
  • Great board. It is a shame that most of the by Sterling Dingleberry, January 29, 2012(#22 of 320)
  • See, I've been convinced for most by Andonly, January 30, 2012(#23 of 320)
  • IQ scores are not synonymous with by CalGal, January 30, 2012(#24 of 320)
  • I have a book on IQ in the pipeline. I hope to have it by Pincher Martin, January 30, 2012(#25 of 320)
  • IQ scores are very accurate measures of by Andonly, January 30, 2012(#26 of 320)
  • As Pincher said, let's defer until he reviews his by CalGal, January 30, 2012(#27 of 320)
  • I'll be interested to read Pincher's review; I by Andonly, January 30, 2012(#28 of 320)
  • Pincher, that review was really a tiny masterpiece. If by jenrenton, January 30, 2012(#29 of 320)
  • Pincher, I somehow missed post #18. That's by CalGal, January 30, 2012(#30 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, February 02, 2012(#31 of 320)
  • I like Lane. I don't know when he switched from by CalGal, February 02, 2012(#32 of 320)
  • If this book is any indication, he hasn't quite made by Pincher Martin, February 02, 2012(#33 of 320)
  • I'm against the death penalty. My reason is pretty by CalGal, February 02, 2012(#34 of 320)
  • It's quite possible that he by Pincher Martin, February 02, 2012(#35 of 320)
  • I do agree that, given what we know now, both support by Pincher Martin, February 02, 2012(#36 of 320)
  • Probably not. I imagine the death penalty would also by CalGal, February 02, 2012(#37 of 320)
  • But if someone says the death penalty by CalGal, February 02, 2012(#38 of 320)
  • I recently read Christopher Hitchens' Thomas by Pincher Martin, February 03, 2012(#39 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, February 08, 2012(#40 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, February 08, 2012(#41 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, February 09, 2012(#42 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, February 09, 2012(#43 of 320)
  • Remember when the floor fell out of that wedding on by CalGal, February 09, 2012(#44 of 320)
  • Remember when the floor fell out of by Pincher Martin, February 09, 2012(#45 of 320)
  • by CalGal, February 09, 2012(#46 of 320)
  • I really don't see those kinds of one-off disasters by Pincher Martin, February 09, 2012(#47 of 320)
  • One of the reasons Israelis don't perform as well as by Pincher Martin, February 09, 2012(#48 of 320)
  • Those aren't apt parallels at all (particularly by CalGal, February 09, 2012(#49 of 320)
  • If we are debating whether Israel is part of the West, by Pincher Martin, February 09, 2012(#50 of 320)
  • Those are all good points, especially about Italy and by CalGal, February 09, 2012(#51 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#52 of 320)
  • Great review. I remember reading his obit. I don't by CalGal, February 21, 2012(#53 of 320)
  • I think it is. And HTR was more than just a great by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#54 of 320)
  • What drew you to this biography? And are you planning on by CalGal, February 21, 2012(#55 of 320)
  • What drew you to this by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#56 of 320)
  • A photo of the old fraud. He spent almost all of his by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#57 of 320)
  • What do you think about the claim that Roper was just by CalGal, February 21, 2012(#58 of 320)
  • What do you think about the claim that by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#59 of 320)
  • And what do you think of David by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#60 of 320)
  • It's a bunch of crap. HTR's by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#61 of 320)
  • I read about his brother being a gay rights guy. I was by CalGal, February 21, 2012(#62 of 320)
  • Yeah, I just completely disagree with it. I saw the by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#63 of 320)
  • I must say that his picture alone makes me believe by CalGal, February 21, 2012(#64 of 320)
  • And it could be just a stupid Wikipedia editor. by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#65 of 320)
  • Here's a photo of the young Backhouse. He looks by Pincher Martin, February 21, 2012(#66 of 320)
  • Well, that's true. We read Suetonius, although my by CalGal, February 21, 2012(#67 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, March 02, 2012(#68 of 320)
  • Recommendation--Frederick Kempe's Berlin: 1961. by Phillip Sheridan, March 03, 2012(#69 of 320)
  • I saw that recommendation over at FilmVetter. The by Pincher Martin, March 03, 2012(#70 of 320)
  • Kempe writes very vividly and the story itself is by Phillip Sheridan, March 03, 2012(#71 of 320)
  • Looks like a great read. I'll definitely pick it by Pincher Martin, March 03, 2012(#72 of 320)
  • I don't know about his book, but I've always by CalGal, March 04, 2012(#73 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, March 04, 2012(#74 of 320)
  • Cal, I haven't read any of Lehrer's other books, by Pincher Martin, March 04, 2012(#75 of 320)
  • Wow, that book looks excellent. by CalGal, March 05, 2012(#76 of 320)
  • Sounds like a really enjoyable read--I would like to by jenrenton, March 05, 2012(#77 of 320)
  • Oh, I meant to mention--I hurt just reading that. Very by CalGal, March 05, 2012(#78 of 320)
  • I hope you have another by Pincher Martin, March 05, 2012(#79 of 320)
  • PE, I seem to remember you took a train ride by Pincher Martin, March 06, 2012(#80 of 320)
  • 1/ Those Afghan cities are not really located in by pseudoerasmus, March 06, 2012(#81 of 320)
  • You could travel to Sichuan for a time, first, say three by jenrenton, March 06, 2012(#82 of 320)
  • I've been thinking about the train to Lhasa for a by pseudoerasmus, March 06, 2012(#83 of 320)
  • I wonder what is the highest place I've been. by CalGal, March 06, 2012(#84 of 320)
  • I don't think Highland Ethiopia should be counted by pseudoerasmus, March 06, 2012(#85 of 320)
  • PE, You are conflating trips by Pincher Martin, March 06, 2012(#86 of 320)
  • The EPO, though, I think is your real by Pincher Martin, March 06, 2012(#87 of 320)
  • Cal, I was just thinking of what's the by Pincher Martin, March 06, 2012(#88 of 320)
  • Hmm. It looks like: by CalGal, March 06, 2012(#89 of 320)
  • EPOWould responsible doctors by pseudoerasmus, March 06, 2012(#90 of 320)
  • Oh the other hand, it is an eclectic list. And probably by CalGal, March 06, 2012(#91 of 320)
  • That was in 1999 -- I was all over the by CalGal, March 06, 2012(#92 of 320)
  • Would responsible doctors actually prescribe that by jenrenton, March 06, 2012(#93 of 320)
  • You'd have to have a doc shoot you with EPO unless by GregD, March 06, 2012(#94 of 320)
  • But needing to adjust to altitude isn't a good by Wampus Cat, March 06, 2012(#95 of 320)
  • But hell, in China you could probably by Pincher Martin, March 06, 2012(#96 of 320)
  • I'm reading a history on New Zealand, and last night by Pincher Martin, March 07, 2012(#97 of 320)
  • That's great. by jenrenton, March 07, 2012(#98 of 320)
  • Fairness and Freedom ? by pseudoerasmus, March 07, 2012(#99 of 320)
  • Yes. Have you read it? by Pincher Martin, March 07, 2012(#100 of 320)
  • Got it recently, it's now in my reading queue. by pseudoerasmus, March 07, 2012(#101 of 320)
  • You're probably right about it being easily by GregD, March 07, 2012(#102 of 320)
  • Acclimatisation is highly unpredictable. You're not by pseudoerasmus, March 07, 2012(#103 of 320)
  • The omission of Central Asia had by Pincher Martin, March 07, 2012(#104 of 320)
  • I wondered about the potential for by pseudoerasmus, March 07, 2012(#105 of 320)
  • ( The research on adaptation to high altitude that by pseudoerasmus, March 07, 2012(#106 of 320)
  • by pseudoerasmus, March 07, 2012(#107 of 320)
  • That's either a beautiful place or a great photo. by Pincher Martin, March 07, 2012(#108 of 320)
  • When I heard about Thubron's Tibet book I recoiled. by pseudoerasmus, March 07, 2012(#109 of 320)
  • Those are amazing photos. I was looking at other photos by Pincher Martin, March 08, 2012(#110 of 320)
  • If there were huge snow-capped peaks in the background, by pseudoerasmus, March 08, 2012(#111 of 320)
  • More Middle Atlas : by pseudoerasmus, March 08, 2012(#112 of 320)
  • Shandur Pass (12,000 ft), probably different seasons : by pseudoerasmus, March 08, 2012(#113 of 320)
  • #111 and the last photo in #113 certainly look like by Pincher Martin, March 08, 2012(#114 of 320)
  • Dadès Gorge in the Anti-Atlas : by pseudoerasmus, March 08, 2012(#115 of 320)
  • PE, Do you have a date picked out for your Tibet by Pincher Martin, March 08, 2012(#116 of 320)
  • Not yet even a vague plan. I wonder, can one actually by pseudoerasmus, March 09, 2012(#117 of 320)
  • I wonder, can one actually get off by Pincher Martin, March 09, 2012(#118 of 320)
  • Actually I don't care for train rides all that much, by pseudoerasmus, March 09, 2012(#119 of 320)
  • I can't imagine spending a couple by CalGal, March 09, 2012(#120 of 320)
  • Nothing puts the difference between Japanese and Chinese by pseudoerasmus, March 09, 2012(#121 of 320)
  • PE, am I allowed to ask where you live now? I by CalGal, March 09, 2012(#122 of 320)
  • Hahaha! The descriptions of the Han Chinese are all by Pincher Martin, March 09, 2012(#123 of 320)
  • For me, great traveling companions don't discuss by Pincher Martin, March 09, 2012(#124 of 320)
  • Man, I love talking politics. And the reason I talk to by CalGal, March 09, 2012(#125 of 320)
  • It probably just means that you keep a potentially by Pincher Martin, March 09, 2012(#126 of 320)
  • I'm probably more used than you to the cognitive by CalGal, March 09, 2012(#127 of 320)
  • Here's an example of what I mean. I'm in Tibet by Pincher Martin, March 09, 2012(#128 of 320)
  • Well, that's just simple politeness. I'd listen by CalGal, March 09, 2012(#129 of 320)
  • You'd be surprised at how some of what we take to be by Pincher Martin, March 09, 2012(#130 of 320)
  • Interesting. I think I would have expressed sympathy. I by CalGal, March 09, 2012(#131 of 320)
  • Consider that conversation if I'm an ardent by Pincher Martin, March 09, 2012(#132 of 320)
  • Oh, I know. I agree with you about sharing your own by CalGal, March 09, 2012(#133 of 320)
  • I'm a good listener. One of the reasons I by Pincher Martin, March 09, 2012(#134 of 320)
  • One of the reasons I preemptively shut a lot of by jenrenton, March 10, 2012(#135 of 320)
  • Jenrenton, That lady you kept bumping into has by Pincher Martin, March 10, 2012(#136 of 320)
  • Pincher, I remember you reviewed a book on Jackson's by CalGal, March 13, 2012(#137 of 320)
  • One of my relatives was his overseer for a while at the by Wilma Flintstone, March 13, 2012(#138 of 320)
  • hahahah! by CalGal, March 13, 2012(#139 of 320)
  • I've read biographies of Jackson, but not by Pincher Martin, March 13, 2012(#140 of 320)
  • That's a good way of putting it. I think he's by CalGal, March 13, 2012(#141 of 320)
  • It used to be a much smaller country. How does by GregD, March 13, 2012(#142 of 320)
  • I, too, have left Colonel Roosevelt unread, but by Pincher Martin, March 13, 2012(#143 of 320)
  • That was my impression, too. by CalGal, March 13, 2012(#144 of 320)
  • Pincher, my father's in town and I was telling him by CalGal, March 26, 2012(#145 of 320)
  • Interesting. Why do you think the language gene or by Pincher Martin, March 26, 2012(#146 of 320)
  • Brands has a biography of Grant coming out in the fall. by Kteemac, March 26, 2012(#147 of 320)
  • That man is one of the most prolific historians in the by Pincher Martin, March 26, 2012(#148 of 320)
  • Why do you think the language gene or by CalGal, March 26, 2012(#149 of 320)
  • On Brands--he is not interested in "big picture" bios, by CalGal, March 26, 2012(#150 of 320)
  • Yes, that's true, but it's not as if Goodwin, by Pincher Martin, March 27, 2012(#151 of 320)
  • PE, If you're still around, have you read by Pincher Martin, June 05, 2012(#152 of 320)
  • The book contains a conventional history of the English by pseudoerasmus, June 05, 2012(#153 of 320)
  • Is his thesis about the Viking influence on the by Pincher Martin, June 05, 2012(#154 of 320)
  • Yes, as far as I know. McWhorter argued, traditional by pseudoerasmus, June 05, 2012(#155 of 320)
  • So his argument can't be as by Pincher Martin, June 05, 2012(#156 of 320)
  • I found it interesting that in by pseudoerasmus, June 05, 2012(#157 of 320)
  • I get the impression from you that most of by Pincher Martin, June 05, 2012(#158 of 320)
  • I don't think anyone, even the most parochial and by pseudoerasmus, June 06, 2012(#159 of 320)
  • Cumbria was probably still Celtic-speaking at the time by pseudoerasmus, June 06, 2012(#160 of 320)
  • The LA Spanish example is a thought-provoking counter to by Pincher Martin, June 06, 2012(#161 of 320)
  • I believe Sykes and Oppenheimer came to by pseudoerasmus, June 06, 2012(#163 of 320)
  • In Latin America, you had Spanish men by pseudoerasmus, June 06, 2012(#164 of 320)
  • On the question of Celts or Saxons they by Pincher Martin, June 06, 2012(#165 of 320)
  • English and Frisians studied had by pseudoerasmus, June 06, 2012(#166 of 320)
  • So why posit a genocide based on that? Are they talking by Pincher Martin, June 06, 2012(#167 of 320)
  • Usually a wholesale Y-chromosome replacement is by pseudoerasmus, June 06, 2012(#168 of 320)
  • Perhaps the difference between Celtic and Norse by pseudoerasmus, June 06, 2012(#169 of 320)
  • Could someone explain the Celt genocide? Is he saying by CalGal, June 06, 2012(#170 of 320)
  • PE, Seems reasonable. I do agree with your by Pincher Martin, June 06, 2012(#171 of 320)
  • Cal, Could someone explain the by Pincher Martin, June 06, 2012(#172 of 320)
  • Another possibility is that Britons were too Romanised by pseudoerasmus, June 06, 2012(#173 of 320)
  • Oh. I guess I'd always assumed that the Celts had by CalGal, June 06, 2012(#174 of 320)
  • The only Romance language to invert the subject-verb by pseudoerasmus, June 06, 2012(#175 of 320)
  • I actually took the history of by Pincher Martin, June 07, 2012(#176 of 320)
  • I got into an argument a few months ago with someone who by Pincher Martin, June 07, 2012(#177 of 320)
  • Posting here since "Just the Numbers" is down: I by Nicholas Kronos, January 19, 2013(#178 of 320)
  • Perhaps it's not profound, but Silver's book by Pincher Martin, January 19, 2013(#179 of 320)
  • One of Silver's most valuable by Nicholas Kronos, January 19, 2013(#180 of 320)
  • Here's a small grab bag of other valuable points I by Pincher Martin, January 19, 2013(#181 of 320)
  • Silver would say there is an important distinction by Nicholas Kronos, January 19, 2013(#182 of 320)
  • The analogy isn't perfect, but I think it's by Pincher Martin, January 19, 2013(#183 of 320)
  • Someone looking at black voting by Pincher Martin, January 19, 2013(#184 of 320)
  • Pincher, Happy Tidy Grave Day ! ( in the spirit of by pseudoerasmus, April 03, 2013(#185 of 320)
  • Hahahaha ! You keep better track of these special days by Pincher Martin, April 03, 2013(#186 of 320)
  • Have you read the second book in Rick Atkinson's by CalGal, April 03, 2013(#187 of 320)
  • No, I haven't read any book by Atkinson for quite a by Pincher Martin, April 03, 2013(#188 of 320)
  • I've been reading a collection of essays by J.B.S. by Pincher Martin, April 03, 2013(#189 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, April 10, 2013(#190 of 320)
  • I'm currently reading a book called Hard Line: by Pincher Martin, April 23, 2013(#191 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, June 02, 2013(#192 of 320)
  • Interesting. I'd like to get that, although it looks by jenrenton, June 03, 2013(#193 of 320)
  • What I found fascinating was the speed of evolution for by Pincher Martin, June 03, 2013(#194 of 320)
  • Definitely--when the generation length is 20 minutes (as by jenrenton, June 04, 2013(#195 of 320)
  • I've been reading a book called Chinese Gold: The by Pincher Martin, June 27, 2013(#196 of 320)
  • I've had a Kindle for a couple of months. I bought by Pincher Martin, August 09, 2013(#197 of 320)
  • I do and have almost all the same praise and complaints by Nicholas Kronos, August 09, 2013(#198 of 320)
  • Thanks. I'll need to read more about navigating. by Pincher Martin, August 09, 2013(#199 of 320)
  • I have a Kindle. Interestingly, I have the Kindle app by sapphirerose, August 10, 2013(#200 of 320)
  • Interestingly, I have the Kindle app on by Pincher Martin, August 10, 2013(#201 of 320)
  • The text is a good size, so I can read with no trouble, by sapphirerose, August 10, 2013(#202 of 320)
  • I have a kindle and really like it much more than I by kas, August 10, 2013(#203 of 320)
  • Love my Kindle. I have the entry-level model (gift from by theDowager, August 10, 2013(#204 of 320)
  • (Gracie is such a gem. She must have been raised right.) by Nicholas Kronos, August 10, 2013(#205 of 320)
  • You can go from chapter to chapter with by Pincher Martin, August 10, 2013(#206 of 320)
  • The Kindle app on my Android phone by Pincher Martin, August 10, 2013(#207 of 320)
  • (Thanks. I think she's pretty fab.) by theDowager, August 10, 2013(#208 of 320)
  • I have a Nook, and Kindle, Nook, and e-book apps on my by Kate D, August 10, 2013(#209 of 320)
  • Before my head injury I used to read a lot, LOVED by Sparky, August 10, 2013(#210 of 320)
  • Aw, Sparky, that's great that you can read again. I by Wampus Cat, August 10, 2013(#211 of 320)
  • I have a Nook, and Kindle, Nook, and by Pincher Martin, August 10, 2013(#212 of 320)
  • And going back some ways, my dad by Pincher Martin, August 10, 2013(#213 of 320)
  • I've got the Kindle app and iBooks app on my phone by Lizzie T., August 11, 2013(#214 of 320)
  • I have a Kindle Fire. If we had a fire, it is the one by Kteemac, August 11, 2013(#215 of 320)
  • Lizzie, I can see why that would be a major by Pincher Martin, August 11, 2013(#216 of 320)
  • Yeah, to the extent that if a book is available on both by Lizzie T., August 11, 2013(#217 of 320)
  • One big difference between the Kindle and Nook (or at by maria, August 11, 2013(#218 of 320)
  • A hundred and five bucks is a little by Wampus Cat, August 11, 2013(#219 of 320)
  • I adore my kindle--but I have the same navigation by Alice, August 12, 2013(#220 of 320)
  • those kindles which double as tablets, are nimble and by pseudoerasmus, August 17, 2013(#221 of 320)
  • just finished reading a physical book after a long spell by pseudoerasmus, August 17, 2013(#222 of 320)
  • I have so many unread hardcovers lying around that if I by Pincher Martin, August 17, 2013(#223 of 320)
  • Haven't read it, but by Nicholas Kronos, October 04, 2013(#224 of 320)
  • I read that review yesterday. The book does look good. by Pincher Martin, October 04, 2013(#225 of 320)
  • Fantastic critical review of Malcolm Gladwell's by Damara, October 09, 2013(#226 of 320)
  • I thought that was an excellent critique, beautifully by CalGal, October 09, 2013(#227 of 320)
  • Yes. I read it when it first was posted in the by Ase, October 09, 2013(#228 of 320)
  • Yeah, Gladwell does not have a good rep with actual by CalGal, October 09, 2013(#229 of 320)
  • The scales have fallen from my eyes. I've only ever by Damara, October 09, 2013(#230 of 320)
  • I think Diamond is still taken seriously (when I come by Ase, October 09, 2013(#231 of 320)
  • Nice review. I've only read a handful of by Pincher Martin, October 09, 2013(#232 of 320)
  • The review reminded me of an argument I made to a by Phillip Sheridan, October 09, 2013(#233 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, October 15, 2013(#234 of 320)
  • by Pincher Martin, November 13, 2013(#235 of 320)
  • Knowledge of Vidal's regular Thailand trips was one by Pincher Martin, November 13, 2013(#236 of 320)
  • Of course the other reason I laughed was because I knew by Pincher Martin, November 13, 2013(#237 of 320)
  • I'm reading a great deal about the eugenics movement by Pincher Martin, December 24, 2013(#238 of 320)
  • I know you are reading about the science, but Jonah by CalGal, December 24, 2013(#239 of 320)
  • …but Jonah Goldberg got at some of the by Pincher Martin, December 24, 2013(#240 of 320)
  • If it was in Liberal Fascism I don't recall by Pincher Martin, December 24, 2013(#241 of 320)
  • Yeah, he went into it. Eugenics per se didn't by CalGal, December 24, 2013(#242 of 320)
  • Kindle has one great feature that simply can't be by Pincher Martin, February 06, 2014(#243 of 320)
  • It's one of the things I love- we can also borrow by Wilma Flintstone, February 06, 2014(#244 of 320)
  • It's a great feature. I don't know why they by Pincher Martin, February 06, 2014(#245 of 320)
  • They're in the business of selling razor blades, not by Nicholas Kronos, February 06, 2014(#246 of 320)
  • They're in the business of by Pincher Martin, February 06, 2014(#247 of 320)
  • I'm not saying they don't mention it--just like by Nicholas Kronos, February 06, 2014(#248 of 320)
  • You don't even need a kindle--you can download the by CalGal, February 06, 2014(#249 of 320)
  • Yes, I have it on my i devices. And, have some of the by Ase, February 06, 2014(#250 of 320)
  • Look at the variety of this library I could collect for by Pincher Martin, February 06, 2014(#251 of 320)
  • Man, I haven't thought about Suetonius since by CalGal, February 06, 2014(#252 of 320)
  • Oh heck yeah, even in iBooks there are tons that are by Henry Jones, February 06, 2014(#253 of 320)
  • I've got the complete Shakespeare on my Kindle. And by Lizard S., February 07, 2014(#254 of 320)
  • I type in what I am looking for and then "free" by Wilma Flintstone, February 07, 2014(#255 of 320)
  • I just re-read all the Anne of Green Gables series for by purple rain, February 07, 2014(#256 of 320)
  • I subscribe to 3 emails that send me lists of 10 or so by ElenaW, February 07, 2014(#257 of 320)
  • I think I've been sold on a Kindle. I've been by Equinox, February 07, 2014(#258 of 320)
  • I haven't read much over the last decade, and by Sparky, February 08, 2014(#259 of 320)
  • And I will again put in a plug for everyone to check out by Wilma Flintstone, February 08, 2014(#260 of 320)
  • Yup, love my kindle, love that my library has ebooks. by Alice, February 14, 2014(#261 of 320)
  • meant to post by pseudoerasmus, March 22, 2014(#262 of 320)
  • I thought your comments at West's blog were by Pincher Martin, March 24, 2014(#263 of 320)
  • I have the first, but haven't by Pincher Martin, March 24, 2014(#264 of 320)
  • the person with a HBD hypothesis is by pseudoerasmus, March 24, 2014(#265 of 320)
  • I'm also now greatly moved by the fact that by pseudoerasmus, March 24, 2014(#266 of 320)
  • Are you all talking about the Cochrane blog? I read that by CalGal, March 24, 2014(#267 of 320)
  • no, by pseudoerasmus, March 24, 2014(#268 of 320)
  • Pincher have you read The Chosen Few ? It was mentioned by pseudoerasmus, March 24, 2014(#269 of 320)
  • I put that book in my cart soon after I saw West mention by Pincher Martin, March 24, 2014(#270 of 320)
  • i would say it's lightly quantitative by pseudoerasmus, March 24, 2014(#271 of 320)
  • Harpending says the same thing as me : by pseudoerasmus, March 25, 2014(#272 of 320)
  • Why can't we test particular cultural hypotheses? by Pincher Martin, March 25, 2014(#273 of 320)
  • Or they propose some bland, easily-attained standard. by Pincher Martin, March 25, 2014(#274 of 320)
  • 1) Working Hypothesis: Jews have an by pseudoerasmus, March 25, 2014(#275 of 320)
  • one reason schooling was made free AND compulsory in by pseudoerasmus, March 25, 2014(#276 of 320)
  • I don't want to close off any avenues of discussion by Pincher Martin, March 26, 2014(#277 of 320)
  • What is the culturalist's underlying thesis? Every by Pincher Martin, March 26, 2014(#278 of 320)
  • Another possible experiment: After unification, how long by Pincher Martin, March 26, 2014(#279 of 320)
  • Neo-Weberians would have you believe by Andonly, March 26, 2014(#280 of 320)
  • They can reasonably argue that 90 by pseudoerasmus, March 26, 2014(#281 of 320)
  • And how is that different from testing by Pincher Martin, March 26, 2014(#282 of 320)
  • Now take [lead] to China and what do by pseudoerasmus, March 26, 2014(#283 of 320)
  • You know, you made me google that. Clearly, by Pincher Martin, March 26, 2014(#284 of 320)
  • Did Botticini and Eckstein ever by pseudoerasmus, March 26, 2014(#285 of 320)
  • PE, Thanks for bringing to my attention Savage by Pincher Martin, April 22, 2014(#287 of 320)
  • I finished reading The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, by Pincher Martin, May 06, 2014(#288 of 320)
  • Sounds great. By the way, wasn't it you who by CalGal, May 06, 2014(#289 of 320)
  • Was that Diana Preston's book? What a great by Pincher Martin, May 07, 2014(#290 of 320)
  • It's incredibly vivid, with a number of excellent by CalGal, May 07, 2014(#291 of 320)
  • Rick Perlstein, author of Before the Storm and by Pincher Martin, July 30, 2014(#292 of 320)
  • Salon interviews Perlstein about his new book, by Pincher Martin, July 31, 2014(#293 of 320)
  • by Phillip Sheridan, August 03, 2014(#294 of 320)
  • I like Brands' bios. I don't know if they're by CalGal, August 03, 2014(#295 of 320)
  • Perlstein is a partisan nutbag. But he's by Pincher Martin, August 03, 2014(#296 of 320)
  • Did I just see something on Twitter about his by CalGal, August 05, 2014(#297 of 320)
  • His florid style doesn't seem like the kind that by Pincher Martin, August 05, 2014(#298 of 320)
  • Here he is describing Rockefeller's liberal by Pincher Martin, August 05, 2014(#299 of 320)
  • noticed a big wave from west hunter and then saw your by pseudoerasmus, August 05, 2014(#300 of 320)
  • Glad it helped. That post on the Greek language by Pincher Martin, August 05, 2014(#301 of 320)
  • Twatface, The divorce is final. The assets have by Pincher Martin, August 10, 2014(#303 of 320)
  • I am reading Modern Philosophy: An Introduction and by Nicholas Kronos, August 22, 2014(#305 of 320)
  • I have to thank PE for recommending Mark Forsyth's by Pincher Martin, October 04, 2014(#306 of 320)
  • Are you reading Pinker's book? by CalGal, October 04, 2014(#307 of 320)
  • I have it on my wish list, but I'm not sure I'll by Pincher Martin, October 04, 2014(#308 of 320)
  • To judge from some of the reviews and excerpts I've by Pincher Martin, October 04, 2014(#309 of 320)
  • The Elements of Eloquence: Thanks for the tip. by Damara, October 06, 2014(#310 of 320)
  • Nick, You might find by Pincher Martin, October 11, 2014(#311 of 320)
  • Though Forsyth mentions her only once in the whole book by pseudoerasmus, October 11, 2014(#312 of 320)
  • I bought the good sister's book at the same time I by Pincher Martin, October 11, 2014(#313 of 320)
  • Thanks, Pincher. I think Scruton is a good by Nicholas Kronos, October 12, 2014(#314 of 320)
  • Yeah, I've read one book by Scruton, but it by Pincher Martin, October 12, 2014(#315 of 320)
  • Which? I'm inclined to read another (besides his by Nicholas Kronos, October 12, 2014(#316 of 320)
  • The Uses of Pessimism and the Danger of False by Pincher Martin, October 13, 2014(#317 of 320)
  • I'm reading a biography of Warren Beatty, who must by Pincher Martin, October 22, 2014(#318 of 320)
  • I agree that WB is overrated. I enjoyed Heaven Can by CalGal, October 23, 2014(#319 of 320)
  • The only thing I admire about Warren Beatty is the by Sterling Dingleberry, October 25, 2014(#320 of 320)