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Contact Juggling By James Ernest
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Contact Juggling is an unusual and beautiful juggling technique. It involves rolling one or more balls on the hands, arms, and body. It combines the visual grace of dance with the technical demands... More > of juggling. It is a joy to watch and a satisfying challenge to perform. This is James Ernest’s original instruction book on contact juggling, first released in 1990, and now in its third edition. It contains instructions for all the basic moves, including hand rolls, isolations, multi-ball palm spinning, and more. It also contains updated sections describing a wealth of new and unusual contact juggling tricks. Juggler’s World Magazine called Contact Juggling “one of the best-designed juggling instruction books available.” The text and illustrations are clear and thorough. Grab your copy today!< Less
Contact Juggling By James Ernest
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Contact Juggling is an unusual and beautiful juggling technique. It involves rolling one or more balls on the hands, arms, and body. It combines the visual grace of dance with the technical demands... More > of juggling. It is a joy to watch and a satisfying challenge to perform. This is James Ernest’s original instruction book on contact juggling, first released in 1990, and now in its third edition. It contains instructions for all the basic moves, including hand rolls, isolations, multi-ball palm spinning, and more. It also contains updated sections describing a wealth of new and unusual contact juggling tricks. Juggler’s World Magazine called Contact Juggling “one of the best-designed juggling instruction books available.” The text and illustrations are clear and thorough. Grab your copy today!< Less
Brian and John: The Book By James Ernest & Brian Murphy
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"Brian and John: The Book" is the first 18-month collection of the Brian and John Web comic. Brian (Brian Murphy) is the artist, and John (James Ernest) is the writer of this traditional... More > four-panel comic strip about work, life, and imagination. The comic appears three times a week at www.brianandjohn.com. Interior pages are black & white, with full-color cover.< Less
Brian and John: The Book By James Ernest & Brian Murphy
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"Brian and John: The Book" is the first 18-month collection of the Brian and John Web comic. Brian (Brian Murphy) is the artist, and John (James Ernest) is the writer of this traditional... More > four-panel comic strip about work, life, and imagination. The comic appears three times a week at www.brianandjohn.com. Interior pages are black & white, with full-color cover.< Less
Read Like Ernest Hemmingway By Kate Terry
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Ernest Hemmingway favorite books. Famous author recommends his favorite fiction books that cater for all ages and tastes. Ernest Hemmingway collect: "Anna Karenina by Lev Tolstoy, "The... More > brothers Karamazov", "The red and the black" and novel "Ulysses" by James Joyce. Explore book recommendations of great thinkers, entrepreneurs, pioneers and visionaries with Aegitas collections.< Less
Ernest Hemingway: Life & Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is an anthology of 161 quotes from Ernest Hemingway and 71 selected facts about Ernest Hemingway. Ernest Hemingway proposed the following epitaph for his tombstone: "Pardon me for... More > not getting up." Hemingway’s maternal grandparents were from England. Hemingway often drank with James Joyce in Paris. In 1948, in Venice, Hemingway fell in love with the then 19-year-old Adriana Ivancich. The love affair inspired the novel Across the River and Into the Trees. Hemingway preferred to work standing up, spending hours and hours at a time on his feet, moving only to shift his weight from one leg to the other. “A man can be destroyed but not defeated.” “Fish," he said softly, aloud, "I'll stay with you until I am dead.” “Never sit a table when you can stand at the bar.” “Show the readers everything, tell them nothing.” “Work every day. No matter what has happened the day or night before, get up and bite on the nail.”< Less
Poems Of Those Not Yet Seen By Max Steinberg et al.
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These poems and blessings were collected in channeling sessions with extraterrestrials and spiritual energies. These sessions were filmed and are available at... More > http://www.youtube.com/user/HumanColonies/ We believe that these are real galactic poems and blessings and therefore were kept them in original form. The channelings continue coming regularly, so visit our web site for more poetry and discussions http://www.humancolony.org/< Less
The Conflict Between the Individual & Society In the Plays of James Bridie By Ernest G. Mardon & Austin A. Mardon
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This is a timely book, coming as a “Bridie Revival” becomes more frequently discussed in theatre circles. Dr. Mardon has contributed to the revival of interest in this outstanding... More > dramatist by producing this study in depth of the social themes and the characters who act out these dramatic conflicts between the individual and society which are shown in the six plays of James Bridie. Three pre- and three post-World War II plays have been selected to give the widest range of illustration from Bridie’s repertoire — The Switchback (1928), The Anatomist (1930), The Last Trump (1938), with Dr. Angelus (1947), Daphne Laureola (1949), and Mr. Gillie (1954).< Less
Ready Player One - Summarized for Busy People: Based On the Book By Ernest Cline By Goldmine Reads
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The year is 2044, and humankind has retreated into the virtual world. Wade Watts escapes the ugliness of the real world by spending most of the day inside OASIS—the virtual dreamland where you... More > can turn your imagination to reality, the adventure playground where you can visit any of the thousands of existing worlds. Like all other OASIS users, Wade dreams of finding the Easter egg left by creator James Halliday. Whoever solves Halliday's fiendish riddles and reaches the egg will be granted immense fortune and supreme power in OASIS. But one day, he comes upon the first Key. Suddenly, the world, which has long been quiet about the Hunt, begins to watch. Thousands of competitors scramble, including a powerful organization that will do anything in order to get to the prize. For Wade, to survive means to win, but to do so, he will have to stand up and go out into the real world—a place he has long been trying to escape.< Less
Ready Player One - Summarized for Busy People: Based On the Book By Ernest Cline By Goldmine Reads
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The year is 2044, and humankind has retreated into the virtual world. Wade Watts escapes the ugliness of the real world by spending most of the day inside OASIS—the virtual dreamland where you... More > can turn your imagination to reality, the adventure playground where you can visit any of the thousands of existing worlds. Like all other OASIS users, Wade dreams of finding the Easter egg left by creator James Halliday. Whoever solves Halliday's fiendish riddles and reaches the egg will be granted immense fortune and supreme power in OASIS. But one day, he comes upon the first Key. Suddenly, the world, which has long been quiet about the Hunt, begins to watch. Thousands of competitors scramble, including a powerful organization that will do anything in order to get to the prize. For Wade, to survive means to win, but to do so, he will have to stand up and go out into the real world—a place he has long been trying to escape.< Less

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