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Broken Arrow - Vol II - A Disclosure of U.S., Soviet, and British Nuclear Weapon Incidents and Accidents, 1945-2008 By Michael H. Maggelet, James C. Oskins
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Since 1945, the U.S. government has officially set the number of nuclear weapons accidents at thirty-six Broken Arrows. After several years of research and dozens of Freedom of Information Act... More > requests, the authors present documentation on previously classified nuclear weapons accidents in their new book “Broken Arrow, Volume II”.< Less
SOME GASOLINE PRICES By Steve Giasson
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"Spark and it's like gasoline/I start burning like a machine/My heart only runs on supreme/So hot, give me your gasoline"(Britney Spears) // ". . . it comes, I tell you, immense with... More > gasolined rags/and bits of wire and old bent nails, a dark arriviste,/from a dark river within."(Gregory Corso, How Poetry Comes to Me, page 1369)< Less
Pushed from the Wings: An Entertainment By Ross Fitzgerald
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Teetotal hypochondriac hero, Grafton Everest is overweight, indolent, indecisive and gets on badly with most of his fellow academics at tin pot Bowen University. If things seem bad, they only get... More > worse when Grafton discovers that his old high school teacher recruits graduates for national security work. And with the Free Enterprise World Symposium coming to Bowen he needs Grafton, who suddenly finds himself up to his neck in clandestine operations involving everyone from the Premier down. There’s missing nuclear waste somewhere and Bowen campus is awash with radical splinter groups and terrorist cells, all seemingly hell-bent on apocalyptic action. They’re nutty enough to give political correctness a bad name. "The good Doctor, Ross Fitzgerald, has invented a 16-stone, hypochondriac, degenerate creep, Grafton Everest." - Steve J Spears "Grafton Everest is a wonderful creation whom I would place without question in the ranks of Philip Roth’s Portnoy and Kingsley Amis’s Lucky Jim." - Barry Humphries< Less