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Comment Archives: stories: Culture: Book Talk

Re: “My Absolute Darling: The Best Novel You'll Read All Year

Thanks for the tip, Tom. I'm always on the lookout for some good reading.

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Posted by That Jack Elliott on 08/30/2017 at 6:35 PM

Re: “Thunder in the Mountains

Well said. People find everything in the Nez Perce story--there are literally hundreds of books--and I think Sharstein is bringing Indians into the American discussion of race. Indians have been a puzzlement in that regard, as they were of course here first, and they were from the beginning admired and feared. They were noble savages or savage savages, and were forced onto reservations or assimilated or killed. They are still subjects of derision and admiration--for courage and stamina in face of oppression--and we still do not know how to deal with Indians in terms of their race, treaties, religions, and world views.

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Posted by Rich Wandschneider on 06/01/2017 at 10:23 AM

Re: “To Kill a Classic

I can gladly say that of the 40+ copies we've sold at Dudley's Bookshop Cafe there hasn't been a single request for a refund. I've also been very upfront about what it is to anyone that asked.

Posted by Tom Beans on 09/02/2015 at 7:29 PM

Re: “Smithy and the Hendersons

Couldn't agree more. Such a fantastic book.

Posted by Tom Beans on 01/30/2015 at 7:05 AM

Re: “You Can't Handle the Truth

Very courageous. Despite Sibel, the USA people stay sleep, until they be exterminated also. The Georgia Guidestone's in fact announce the soon extermination of 99% of the people in the world; all the seven billion people except the twenty million of the "chosen" peoples and thirty million selected slave's for them, including for breeding teenagers for organ-harvesting.

The Guidestone's write: -- 500000000 in balance with nature --. But what does it really mean: Peacefull reduction to half a billion will take at least two centuries until 2222, more probably until 2300. But if the earth can survive centuries with almost ten billion people, what is the need of reduction until half a billion? A significant reduction of the footprint per person is possible within a century with the probable further technological developments.

Down to truth, the half a billion is just to keep the USA-people asleep with the believe that they will be allowed to survive. But the last nil is really meant to be a dot, meaning absolutely no more than fifty million. And if the federal wallstreets bankster families (GoldMorgs) arrange the extermination of billions, why not 99% instead of 90%? It is almost sure that thirty million slaves can be kept under absolute control. Half a billion is a huge surplus and risk.

The big extermination has not been done yet because first the large numbers are needed for wars to get control over the world, including Russia, Iran and China. The extermination tools have already been developed. A million secret mininukes eg neturon bombs, three hundred secret stealth bombers, an enhanced bird flue and an enhanced spanish flue that each will kill billions after release, according to the developers. Enhanced small pox, ebola, antrax, etc. have also been developed. The 99% extermination will be sure when all are being deployed together.
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Posted by wwwGoldMorgsCom on 11/25/2014 at 10:06 AM

Re: “You Can't Handle the Truth

You've always been my hero!

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Posted by Bob Bulmash on 11/19/2014 at 5:35 PM

Re: “You Can't Handle the Truth

Many thanks to 'The Source Weekly' for this kind review. Love this city: the mountains, the beer, the food ... and its warm localitarian people!!! After 23 years in the sin-city (Washington DC), I found my 'paradise':-)

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Posted by Sibel Edmonds on 11/19/2014 at 1:33 PM

Re: “Cabin in the Woods

Christie, what a wonderful article about an extraordinary woman who left her journals as a legacy and inspiration to all who read them. Dave Talbot's presentation at the Bend Library is a great opportunity to learn about his wilderness experiences, which became the foundation for his legacy, Oregon's incredible State Parks system. The Cabin is a must-read and a fine addition to our own book shelves.

Anita Lanning
Redmond

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Posted by Anita Lanning on 09/07/2014 at 11:20 AM

Re: “Oregon's Very Own John Grisham

Great article. Thanks.

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Posted by moviedream on 04/10/2014 at 11:55 AM

Re: “Take Another (Dopamine) Hit

The Will Durst show is a benefit for KPOV, 88.9 fm, www.kpov.org, High Desert Community Radio.

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Posted by Mickey Finn on 02/05/2014 at 6:25 PM

Re: “Teen Angst and the Devil

Great article. Makes you want to go buy the book. Thanks. Good writing.

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Posted by moviedream on 09/05/2013 at 11:53 AM

Re: “Closed Book

I'd like to stand up for BTC here... I can tell you that the owner of this business is one of the kindest, most inclusive women I have ever met. She constantly went out of her way to make books "accessible" to the community both in and out of her store. If you want to play the disability access game, take it up with the City of Bend and the Bend Historic Society. It took two years to even get a sign with the business name hung out front. Access ramps were a bureaucratic nightmare and the building is legally exempted from providing them because of it's age and historical status. Do not throw blind blame for an issue you clearly haven't researched properly...or at all.

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Posted by EmmeAye on 05/16/2013 at 12:24 PM

Re: “Closed Book

It is a nationally registered historic building which restricts changing the outside appearance. Two people from the city came by to see what could be done and the only option would have been for them to deed us eight inches of the public sidewalk on Bond Street- in order to keep grade, the ramp would have gone from the back door to the front of the bookstore. That wouldn't fly with historic preservation and the city didn't seem to keen on deeding us the eight inches. I'm a kind human being and would never take pleasure in denying anyone access. I'm sorry you never got to see inside my bookstore. The people who restored this building did a wonderful job and while historic preservation helped in that regard, it is also fallible in other areas.

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Posted by hwright on 05/16/2013 at 12:04 PM

Re: “Closed Book

Wow...just wow...You truly can't please everyone. Forget about the struggles that every small business owner faces. Did you ever bring this up to this particular business? I mean, Lord knows you actually speak to someone in person rather then post a comment after the fact. Did you ever consider the cost to the business owner of making it accessible? Permits, contractors, etc? Probably not. I truly am sympathetic to your condition but commenting negatively on a local business closure is truly distasteful.

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Posted by Dave Arata on 05/16/2013 at 11:48 AM

Re: “Closed Book

I am a buyer of books. Lots of them. I didn't buy a single book at Between the Covers. Not one. Why? Because they made it impossible for me to get in the door to do business with them. I have MS and use mobility aids and apparently the owners of the building determined it was not enough important to them to have folks like me as a customer. I feel sad when a local business closes. But I feel even more sad when they have never opened their doors to the minority population to which I belong.

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Posted by dmr on 05/16/2013 at 10:36 AM

Re: “On Farewell Bend and Forgiveness

People here miss you very much. I had a conversation with a friend over this article, this morning. She & I think that Bend needs to know what those awful truths are, as most are oblivious. As for Lindsay above, don't mind her. She got her head stuck in the elevator this morning...bummer for her.

Posted by ss on 10/28/2011 at 12:54 PM

Re: “On Farewell Bend and Forgiveness

Don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out!

Posted by Lindsay Filmore on 10/27/2011 at 12:42 PM

Re: “On Farewell Bend and Forgiveness

Oh no you can't leave! I love your articles!! Wherever you land the readers will be lucky to receive you. Good luck to you and yours but you will be missed. :(

Posted by KelseyLayne on 10/22/2011 at 2:17 PM

Re: “On Mountains and Oceans

There is something about water. Positive ions. Nice article. Very cool.

Posted by Jared B. on 08/25/2011 at 5:24 PM

Re: “Charles Finn: Pennies from Heaven

Re: Charles Finn's article on whether to pick up pennies or not....If you watch your pennies the dollars will watch themselves. It's always brought about an attitude of frugality for us.

Posted by Larry Linda Strunk on 07/23/2011 at 6:29 PM

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