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my amazon reviews for "alex and me" and "a crack in space" - 2012-04-04
goals and resolutions quarterly check-up - 2012-04-03
i'm number one and modest too - 2012-04-02
now available for nooks, wheeeeee! - 2012-04-01
petoskey - 2012-03-31
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By public demand, and after a delay of an embarrassing number of years, I've finally put my notorious essay, Ender and Hitler: Sympathy for the Superman, free on the fabulous internets.
A bibliography of my published books and stories.
Here's a simple card-counting FAQ to get you up to speed on the basics. Here's the true story of the notorious DD' blackjack team, told for the first time on the fabulous internets. No other team went from a starting investor's bankroll of zero to winning millions of dollars. |
|A Sadean take on Asimov's classic Three Laws of Robotics can be found in Roger Williams' NOW REVIEWED ON SLASHDOT!!!
The Metamorphosis of Prime Intellect. Adult readers only please -- explicit sex and violence. For updates
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|My Bird Lists -- My Louisiana State Life List, My Yard List and, tah dah, My World Life List.|
|HEY! What happened to the Peachfront Conure Files? My wordpress site now features free peachfront conure coverage, including
a brief Intro to Conures previously published in American Cage-Bird Magazine, now free on the web. I offer the best free Peachfront Conure information on the internet. If you have great Peachfront Conure info, stories, or photos to share, contact me so I can publicize your pet, your breeding success, your great photograph, etc. on my site. Thanks.
curses on these cats
2011-11-10 - 8:24 a.m.
Seems like I walked away for a bit, and the yard instantly went to heck. The rotary tumbler is acting up. The back fence has rotted in the area behind the old finch-house monkey-grass garden, and a parade of horrible cats keep coming and going all day. When I got back from the Yellow Rail Fest, I found evidence that they've been attacking my wild visitors -- Blue Jay feathers, Mourning Dove feathers in suggestive numbers. So I had to take down the feeders until we have time to patch the hole.
Yes, the pesky things can climb, but why make it easy for them? The orange cat is still leaving pawprints on my new car. Wonder if I can sprinkle some hot pepper flakes around...
Peachfront's Note: There has never been a world traveler quite
as whackadoo as Peachfront. For your approval, I submit to you
my recent around-the-world jaunt featuring the crazy Farewell
Gambling Tour plus big-ass mileage run from New Orleans to
Detroit to Macau to Hong Kong and back again. Oh yeah, and
earlier in the month, I also visited D.C. and grabbed the Yellow Rail
for my life list at the 2011 Yellow Rail and Rice Festival in Jennings,
Louisiana. Click as desired to get the whole story:
I'm just back from the Farewell Gambling Tour, so start with part one, New Orleans,
or continue to part two,
Detroit, and part
three, more Detroit/Greektown, and part 4, I take
Macau, and part 5,
Hong Kong don't scare me none.
And please don't forget to check out
my October jaunts by clicking on the photos below.
photos © 2011 by elaine radford
click the photo for a quick photo tour of the yellow rail and rice
festival, october 2011, do you have yellow rail on your life list, ha,
thought not...so check it out
or check out our d.c. trip, including the sharp nice mlk
memorial dedicated oct. 16
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