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    Saw many a fight refereed by him. RIP

    Saw many a fight refereed by him.

    RIP
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    But that doesn't mean ten-year-old Shatner had...

    But that doesn't mean ten-year-old Shatner had nothing to do with that!

    ;)
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    Now I'm reading The Majors (1983), the third...

    Now I'm reading The Majors (1983), the third installment in the series.

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    Berry Gordy had the more popular acts, but were...

    Berry Gordy had the more popular acts, but were they really any better than Stax's? I would say it's a draw.

    RIP
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    That movie was the first time I ever heard or...

    That movie was the first time I ever heard or seen her. Besides finding her very beautiful, she was quite good in the role. In fact, except for Ricardo Montalban, the critics, IIRC, tended to make a...
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    As a preschool viewer the first year Sesame...

    As a preschool viewer the first year Sesame Street went on the air, this news saddens me. He and Susan (Loretta Long) were my favorite cast members, FWIW.

    RIP
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    double post

    double post
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    I haven't read anything by him yet, but he has a...

    I haven't read anything by him yet, but he has a good rep. Good luck with the book signing if you decide to go!
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    Oh, I understand. I was just joking, that's all ...

    Oh, I understand. I was just joking, that's all



    Which one?
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    I assumed he wasn't the writer, since Griffin has...

    I assumed he wasn't the writer, since Griffin has been deceased a few years now. ;)
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    I haven't read anything from that series yet....

    I haven't read anything from that series yet. Besides the Brotherhood of War, I have only read the first two installments of his Corp series. Eventually, though, I will read everything by Mr....
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    New read: The Captains (1982), the second...

    New read: The Captains (1982), the second Brotherhood of War novel by W.E.B. Griffin.

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  13. Agreed. One of a number square pegs trying to fit...

    Agreed. One of a number square pegs trying to fit into round holes thanks to COIE and its aftermath.
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    Those Lazarus Long stories are quite fun and...

    Those Lazarus Long stories are quite fun and thought provoking, as well as highly recommendable. With that said, Heinlein must have some wild sexual fantasies. :D
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    Started to take up yesterday where I left off...

    Started to take up yesterday where I left off last year at the end of the holidays (which was only 20% of this huge Kindle anthology).
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    First time I saw her was on the second Roots...

    First time I saw her was on the second Roots miniseries. I thought she was a real cutie pie and not a bad actress. Then later we all found out she was a fine singer, too.

    RIP
  17. I was introduced to so many superheroes via TB&TB...

    I was introduced to so many superheroes via TB&TB and DC Comics Present years ago.
  18. Yep. Getting rid of Bat books is not going to...

    Yep. Getting rid of Bat books is not going to help get more books that you like sold. Instead, it will weaken DC in the long run as many Bat fans will use their disposable income elsewhere. Getting...
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    Kindle-wise, I'm now reading The Lodger (1913) by...

    Kindle-wise, I'm now reading The Lodger (1913) by Marie Belloc Lowndes. I have seen a few adaptations of it (the most famous being Hitchcock's silent masterpiece), so I know it will be good.
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  20. i believe it was during the early '60s.

    i believe it was during the early '60s.
  21. Is there anything that isn't a business decision?...

    Is there anything that isn't a business decision? :) What many people complain about here is because it makes DC more money than not.
  22. My feelings exactly, Jim. They were considered a...

    My feelings exactly, Jim. They were considered a different type of cat at their creations.
  23. I agree with you. I just feel the pre-Supes/Bats...

    I agree with you. I just feel the pre-Supes/Bats guys need an asterisk, IMO.
  24. It took a few years before Tex Thomson/Thompson...

    It took a few years before Tex Thomson/Thompson became Mr. America, FWIW.
  25. I have always loved history, so I enjoy these...

    I have always loved history, so I enjoy these type of discussions myself.
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