Uruviel Ancalímon

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Location: Kirkland, WA
Anniversary: May 26
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Love & Death: The Murder of Kurt Cobain by Max & Halperin, Ian Wallace
Love & Death: The Murder of Kurt Cobain by Max & Halperin, Ian Wallace
5.0 out of 5 stars More damning facts!, July 2 2004
Once I picked up this book I had a very difficult time putting it down. The authors are excellent in that they present the facts in a truly neutral way. I didn't feel like anyone was trying to twist my brain into believing some weird conspiracy theory. I'm still left wondering if Kurt was murdered or if he killed himself. What I am adamant about is that the investigation NEEDS to be reopened and looked at. There are way too many strange events and unanswered questions looming around for the case to just be written off. The people who don't want to believe anything written in this book (or don't want to peek!) are simply dealing with one hardcore case of denial!
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Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me: 6th &hellip by Paula Begoun
There's already about 200+ reviews on *what* is inside this book, so I'm going to give my opinion and my opinion only. First, I like the fact that Ms. Begoun is against animal testing. The thing I didn't like is that she didn't even really seem to like the products that she gave a 'smiley' and a 'checkmark' for. There's those two icons for each product that Ms. Begoun liked a lot, but after the product listed she would usually have some mediocre review about and/or saying "it's as good as anything out there". So, I was left wondering what exactly was the best. In the back of the book there's about three pages of "what's best".. I did like that a lot.
Wearing of This Garment Does Not Enable You to Fly&hellip by Jeff Koon
I borrowed this book from the library expecting a lot more. Too much more, maybe. It reads like one of those meditation-a-day style books with a meditation (dumb label) on each page and really isn't very funny. Sure, there were a few good cracks on really dumb labels, but for the mostpart I felt that the authors were far reaching into labels that had every right to be attached to the particular product. I found myself thinking.. "What's wrong with that?" and "I understand why they have that label there".
Who knows.. maybe I've become immune to labels in a country where everyone is suing everyone else!