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  • Cheryl - great date bookThis is my second time using the datebook. In fact I originally bought it for me to use however my mom like it so much that she began to use it.
    So now that a new year is coming up I bought her the 2012 datebook and she loves it. It has enough space to put all her appointment and such &s
    she love the little tid bits of information, recipes and lore in the pages.
  • Jeff - Convenient way to benefit from probioticSept 2012 - I used to eat Activia every morning to keep away gastro discomfort. It worked well, but I just got tired of eating it and it wasn't a solution that worked when I was travelling on biz. I tried a 30 day bottle from a local drug store, it worked at least as well as the yogurt, if not better. Buying online now at a much better price.

    Update Aug 2013 - been taking these for over a year now. They really do help level out my system. Cheap and easy step towards good gastro health.
  • John S. Ryan "Scott Ryan" - DelightfulI've been reading Ann Coulter's columns on the Internet for several years, and I like her a lot. It turns out that her columns are even better in book form: some of these were never published before (guess why), and even some of the others were published only in expurgated form.

    Coulter is a brilliant writer and a 'public intellectual' actually deserving of that description. She's intelligent, witty, logical, candid, articulate, and bitingly sarcastic -- and, bless her heart, she doesn't suffer fools gladly. You don't _have_ to agree with her in order to find her vastly entertaining and thought-provoking, but it does help. (It also helps to be able to _read_. I'm amazed at how many irresponsible criticisms have been levelled at this woman based on nothing more than egregious misrepresentations of what she's actually written.)

    I'm not even really sure what the controversy is about. Take one of her most (in)famous statements, specifically regarding those unarguably foul creatures who celebrated the 9/11 attacks by dancing in the streets: Coulter wrote (on 9/12) that '[w]e should invade their countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity.'

    Well, the Bush Administration has already successfully checked off items 1 and 2 on that list -- much to the chagrin of people who think war is just never ever ever the answer. (I should add that although that isn't my own belief, I was not initially in favor of the invasion of Iraq for other reasons. But although I believe in giving peace a chance, I think the U.S. _has_ given it one. At any rate I'm no friend of the Kurd-gassing rape-room-operating tyrant who just got his butt so thoroughly and deservedly kicked.) Oddly, though, it's the part _after_ Coulter's impeccably placed final serial comma that seems to have raised the most hackles.

    It's hard to see why. In the first place, the proposition follows _a fortiori_ from the Christian belief that _every_ non-Christian should convert to Christianity, and since Coulter is a Christian, it is neither surprising nor even remotely controversial that she should subscribe to this belief. (On the Christian view, the alternative is that those people suffer eternally in hell; is Coulter being vilified for suggesting that America's mortal enemies should be _saved_ from that fate?)

    But maybe some non-Christians think she was daring to imply that there was something inferior about the Religion of Peace to which those bloodthirsty America-hating dancers adhere. So what? Look, folks, I'm not Christian either, but she's got a point. Watch the nightly news for a few weeks and tell me how many times you hear the phrase 'Christian terrorist'.

    Anyway, as I was saying, you don't _have_ to agree with her to enjoy her. I certainly don't agree with her about everything, although I do actually agree with her quite a lot. (She likes Bush better than I do, but I wouldn't vote for Kerry if he were the only one running. And among other things, she's got an excellent short explanation of the California electricity 'crisis' and why it wasn't an example of 'deregulation', and one of the best defenses I've read _anywhere_ of the Confederate flag.)

    My one major beef is illustrated in her title: her surrender of the term 'liberal' to her opposition. Ann Coulter herself is a 'liberal' according to the standard, historical, etymological meaning of the word (the meaning we had to invent the word 'libertarian' to reclaim for defenders of liberty and the free society; Coulter is both a conservative _and_ a small-l libertarian).

    Her targets are _not_ 'liberals'. By and large they are knaves, fools, and ignoramuses, many of whom still can't tell the difference between 'censorship' and 'withholding of government funding' even after it's been repeatedly pointed out to them. The very worst of them are liars, thieves, and killers. They represent not liberty but something else. (And please note that the antecedent of 'they' is 'her targets'. Coulter doesn't attack all self-described liberals -- or even all Democrats, as witness e.g. her touching tribute to John F. Kennedy, Jr.)

    If you haven't read her before, start here (before the election, if possible) and then get her other three books. This is one _helluva_ smart woman.
  • John H. Eagan "Author: The Enlightenment, Wha... - A Fascinating Read2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl by Daniel Pinchbeck is a book that tries to exam the mystery of 2012 from all viewpoints. According to the author it all started with the Mayan calendar that reaches an end point in the year 2012. According to the author the year 2012 will bring about the end of the world as we know it. A fundamental global shift from a society based on materiality to one based on spirituality will occur.

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