Nelson Jimenez

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (3 of 3)
Location: stamford, ct USA
Birthday: May 23
In My Own Words:
Life long CT resident. Graduated from Sacred Heart University with a degree in business. I love all kinds of books and music. My tastes are very eclectic. I love the Amazon.Com website to read about other peoples' interests. I also wrote many reviews under my original e-mail account


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Santa Biblia-RV 1960 by American Bible Society
Santa Biblia-RV 1960 by American Bible Society
Read the Bible everyday for incredible heroes (JESUS, SAMSON, MOSES, KING DAVID), incredible miracles (parting of the Red Sea, creation of the earth, the resurrection) and powerful testimonies (from the disciples, Lazarus, those who were once blind). Start off with the PSALMS and PROVERBS, then go to the New Testament and finally the Old Testament. GOD BLESS YOU!!!
The Incredible Hulk: The Original Television Serie&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Bill Bixby
This DVD has a little of everything: 2 good episodes of the HULK TV series, interview with the original director and footage of the CGI HULK movie. I have always enjoyed this TV show especially when Bixby would say "You wouldn't like me when I'm angry" and when he HULKed out into Lou Ferrigno. In my opinion, the show stands the test of time. Even the INCREDIBLE HULK comics have gone back to the premise of this series --- a fugitive on the run from city to city in search of friends and a cure. Stan Lee & Jack Kirby created a unique character who is still popular 40 years later!!! Nuff said......
The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of &hellip by Simon Wiesenthal
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I recently picked up this book because I recognized the name of famed nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal. The Jews suffered terribly under Pharaoh during the days of Moses and under Hitler during World War II. The tale of a nazi soldier asking a Jew - enslaved in a concentration camp - to forgive him for his sins is incredible. To ask forgiveness of one person as a representative of his people is quite a believable notion. Haven't US Presidents apologized for slavery, internment camps, etc in the name of the citizens of the United States??
I liked the fact that Simon's conscience bothered him after he left the soldier's bedside once he heard his terrible tale. I enjoyed his philosophical… Read more