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Wednesday 16 December 2009, Monash University rare books librarian Richard Overell talks about a first edition MIckey Mouse annual, then about ‘Boy’s Own’ and other children’s publications. The US army’s Iraq playing cards get a mention and the surprising contents of an old cigarette tin.
Debbie Lillard shares tips from her book Absolutely Organize Your Family. What to do with papers and artwork that comes home from school.
TAC and others for the recall of Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist disrupt the 7th Annual Signed Books & Spirits Auction at King’s Books in Tacoma, Wash.
Earlier this week, Mark Lindquist cleared the two Lakewood Police officers responsible for killing Daniel Covarrubias on April 21, 2015. The officers, Ryan Hamilton & David Butts, have been cleared of any wrongdoing and are still being allowed to recklessly patrol the streets of Lakewood.
100% Authentic. 1997 first edition. Rare no space tag.
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Crimson Tide Theme
Hans Zimmer – Epilogue “Main Theme” – Crysis 2 Soundtrack
Audiomachine – Guardians at the Gate
Dragon Age: Inquisition – The Hero of Thedas / Trailer Song – audiomachine – “Blood and Stone”
Chicken Fried Troll
TheFatRat – Time Lapse
Electric Joy Ride – Origin
The Prodigy – Invaders Must Die
My Gaming Setup:
-22” Samsung Sync Master T220 Monitor
-Playstation Display 24” Gaming Screen
-2X BenQ RL2455HM 24-inch LED 1ms Gaming Console Monitor
-A Keyboard WITH keys
-Razer DeathAdder Mouse
-AMD Radeon R9 290x Tri-clocked edition
-2TB Hard drive (500MB of Solid State)
-TR2 700 WATT Gaming Power Supply
-A Cool light up power button on my computer that shines
-A REALLY cruddy pair of speakers that I NEVER use
-I7 – 4770k Processor – 12 cores
-4.0 Ghz – 4.3 Ghz overclocked
-16 GB of Ram
-Blue Yeti Microphone w/ Pop Filter
-Wacom Cintiq 13HD Drawing Graphics Tablet
-Green Razer Kraken Pro Headset
-A Fancy Coffee maker I got at a thrift store!
-Roxio Game Capture Pro HD
-Elgato HD60 Capture Card
-Lots of cords that I never use, but you know, they might come in handy ONE day.
In what is being described as a heist straight out of the movies, thieves cut through the skylights of a London warehouse, rappelled inside, and made off with more than $3 million worth of some of the world’s rarest books. In total, the trio nabbed more than 160 books, the most noteworthy being a 1566 edition of De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium by Copernicus, the very book in which he theorized that the sun, not the Earth, is at the center of our solar system. According to reports, closed-circuit cameras reveal the thieves ignored everything in the warehouse but four containers, the contents of which they checked against a list. According to Alessandro Meda Riquier, a dealer who lost about $1.6 million worth of books in the heist, “This was a big job,” adding “Police said that it took more than three hours to complete.”
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A couple friends here on youtube wanted to see my Hard cover Sorcerer’s stone collection and I recently received the Black cover book club edition so that should complete the US hardcovers for Sorcerer’s Stone so here they are. Sorry it ran kinda long, I noticed the line on the cover of one is different then the others and kinda got hung up on that (haha) I did find out though that the 21st printing is possibly the first one to have the line and I saw a 33rd edition with the line so up to the 33rd edition they have it from print company 37. other print companies didnt do the line on the cover so you could have a 21st edition without the line. Its the small things that makes book collecting interesting (lol)
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Over in the meadow
In the sand in the sun,
lived an old mother turtle
and her little turtle one.
“Dig!” said the mother,
“I dig!” said the one,
and they dug all day
in the sand in the sun.
Over in the meadow
where the stream runs blue,
lived an old mother fish
and her little fishies two.
“Swim!” said the mother,
“We swim!” said the two,
and they swam all day
where the stream runs blue.
Ahh Ahh Ahh
Over in the meadow
in a hole in the tree,
lived an old mother owl
and her Little owls three.
“Whoo!” said the mother,
“We whoo!” said the three,
and they whoo’d all day
in the hole in the tree.
Over in the meadow
by the big barn door,
lived an old mother mouse
and her little mousies four.
“Squeak!” said the mother,
“We squeak!” said the four,
and they squeaked all day
by the big barn door.
Over in the meadow
in a snug beehive,
lived an old mother bee
and her little bees five.
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“We buzz,” said the five,
and they buzzed
all day in the snug beehive.
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We add a little flavor to the show by showing you how the old timers cured meat. Tim Farmer heads back to Bill Dixon’s smokehouse in Harlan County. With pork on the butcher block, see tricks to salt-curing, sugar-curing and a technique using cold smoke.
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Ed Glaser founded Edwin V. Glaser Rare Books in 1969 and became an ABAA member in 1970. He was President of the Association from 1986-1988, and Ed Glaser Scholarships to the Colorado Antiquarian Book Seminar are awarded by the ABAA’s Woodburn Fund.
Edwin V. Glaser Rare Books specializes in Science, Medicine, and Technology mostly before 1840.
What This Minimalist Stopped Buying | What My House Used To Look Like. Subscribe: And some sneaks at what my house used to look like. I barely recognize the person in these photos… I’m like I wish I could warn you of all that’s to come. You have no idea how much you are going to change as is the world. You’re going to save money, you’re going to have so much happiness, you’re going to get out of debt, change your life and live your dreams.
One of the major things I stopped buying when I became a minimalist, because I had time, and informed myself on things by watching documentaries, I stopped buying toxic chemicals, meaning, all those chemical cleaners you use to clean the house, the different stuff that you need, the bleach, what else did we used to buy… Windex, Comet, anti-bacterial soap, like Joy or Dawn, stop buying that stuff. Toothpaste, I stopped buying Crest, I bought myself natural things that did not have harmful chemicals, or abrasive chemicals to wear down the enamel of my teeth, which, it did. I stopped buying soda. I stopped, right around the time I started becoming a minimalist, I started caring a lot more about myself, and I stopped buying soda. I was penny-pinching, buy shampoo and conditioner from the dollar store. And use that all over me, you know, I would use shampoo as body wash, all from the dollar store, very toxic, who knows what’s in it, it’s from the dollar store, we don’t, it’s that ain’t regulated very well. I buy natural things now. I stopped buying, one of the big things I stopped buying was DVDs, and TV, DVD player. Entertainment center, because now, the laptop is everything. You can have everything there, you can do everything, you don’t have to do all this stuff, there’s streaming, internet’s gotten better, so. The thought of DVDs and having these tangible things, is just kind of pointless. At one point in my life, I did have, like, 2,000 DVDs. Toys, I used to be a really big collector of, like, vinyl toys, custom designer vinyl toys. But I liked Kid Robot, and Tokidoki, stuff like that. I stopped buying a lot of movie memorabilia. Another thing I stopped buying was furniture. Table, couch, all that stuff, because, I don’t have a TV anymore, so where am I supposed to put the couch at, right. That’s what Joey said. It’s like, he’s like, where does all your furniture point at if you don’t have a TV, so, boom. That all went.I started caring more about my health, I stopped buying like, junk foods. I also stopped buying meat, because I learned more about everything and became vegan. I stopped paying for animal cruelty, and I think that’s a great thing to give up. I stopped buying bedsheets, because I use the camp mat now, so I don’t have, I don’t have sheets of any sort. That’s like, that idea’s non-existent. I do have a pillowcase, but, I only need one. I stopped buying tons of extra stuff in the kitchen, like, bowls, and plates, and cups. When Brandon’s mom came here, she was like, you don’t have this, you don’t have this, I was like no. Until you were here, we didn’t need any of it, so. We only have what we are actively using day to day. Really helps a great bit. I found a better phone service, and I stopped overpaying for things I was never using or data I was never using on my phone. I will do another video about what exactly my phone is, and my phone bill, because, I pay about, anywhere from about, 27, to like 50 dollars, if I’m really using my phone, and that’s it. That’s all I pay a month on my phone. So, that saves, at one point in my time, I used to pay for the Sprint unlimited, unlimited, unlimited service, didn’t even have insurance on my phone, I was paying $110 a month. Another thing that goes along with the health, I stopped spending money on alcohol, if I was going to have a drink, I would only drink it if it was free. For a portion of time there, a three-year period, where, I was spending a great deal amount of money on improv classes at The Upright Citizens Brigade, and I was doing, improv groups every weekend, and running a show, and, going to shows all the time, and contributing to the indie scene, indie improv scene here in Los Angeles, and just spending thousands and thousands of dollars. I now buy more books. Books are a very nice, sound investment. Books are a great investment, because you’re investing in you, and, I actually find that investing in books, as opposed to college, is much better. Or investing in, YouTubers that you like…
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Exists in two editions, the first limited to 20 copies is the tour edition with printed transparencies and hand etched CDr’s and does not contain the Devillock track. The second edition is limited to 27 copies with hand screened covers and CDr’s on Tone Filth
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The Old Operating Theatre was built as an operating theatre for women in 1822 as part of St Thomas’ Hospital. The theatre was a working site from 1822 to 1862, before the development of either antiseptics or anaesthesia. Patients were dosed with alcohol and given a wooden pole to bite on to cope with the pain of surgical procedures like amputation.
This video is from Medical London, a book and website about 2000 years of health and sickness in the capital city, featuring seven self-guided walks. The Old Operating Theatre is a point of interest on the first walk, ‘Life and Death by Water: A walk along the Medieval Thames’.
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Rare books are a great investment.
In the summer of 1961, Bob Dylan stayed with a family for a few months and read their copy of J.D. Salinger’s classic novel ‘Catcher in the Rye.’ He wrote notes in it and even drew a little doodle in the back.
This book will be on display in our new exhibit Bob Dylan: Electric, along with other never-before-seen Dylan memorabilia including the electric guitar he played at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, the first time he performed live with an electric guitar. We also have handwritten lyrics to some of his most classic songs, autographed records, concert posters, and more.
Bob Dylan: Electric opens November 16, 2018 and runs through April 30, 2019. The exhibit is included with museum admission, so get your tickets today!