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Settling on the best Magnifying Glass Lamps By Tiia Palo
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An Atheist's Critique of the Bible: New Testament By Brian Shuty
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Continuing on the path of Biblical destruction, we focus our attention now on that zombie from Israel with the Birkenstock sandals and the physique of an Olympic swimmer. Join me as I systematically... More > deconstruct God's tenuous grasp on morals, ethics, and parenthood. Are you under the impression that Jesus was a loving figure, who cherished all mankind and sought to save each and every one of us from hellfire? Wrong! Jesus was an arrogant bastard child who traveled town to town, mocking non-believers and dismissing family members in an attempt to save a handful of the people he happened to be around at the moment. Think you know the story of Jesus? You don't. But you can. Come on in and sit down for a spell. Free punch and pie.< Less
An Atheist's Critique of the Bible By Brian Shuty
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One man's honest commentary on the teachings of the Bible. Fueled by dangerous amounts of caffeine and spontaneous headbanging, this critique is equal parts genius, hilarious, and sociopathic... More > rage. Spawned from the drunken ramblings of an insomniac with too much free time and an acute sense of observation. Journey with me through the Bible, verse by verse, as I deconstruct the immoral teachings of a narcissistic dictator calling himself God. For you cheap bastards and drug addicts low on cash, check out the ACB eBook.< Less
An Atheist's Critique of the Bible: Old Testament By Brian Shuty
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One man's honest commentary on the teachings of the Bible. Fueled by dangerous amounts of caffeine and spontaneous headbanging, this critique is equal parts genius, hilarious, and sociopathic rage.... More > Spawned from the drunken ramblings of an insomniac with too much free time and an acute sense of observation. Journey with me through the Bible, verse by verse, as I deconstruct the immoral teachings of a narcissistic dictator calling himself God.< Less
An Atheist's Critique of the Bible: Old Testament By Brian Shuty
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One man's honest commentary on the teachings of the Bible. Fueled by dangerous amounts of caffeine and spontaneous headbanging, this critique is equal parts genius, hilarious, and sociopathic rage.... More > Spawned from the drunken ramblings of an insomniac with too much free time and an acute sense of observation. Journey with me through the Bible, verse by verse, as I deconstruct the immoral teachings of a narcissistic dictator calling himself God.< Less
An Atheist's Critique of the Bible: New Testament By Brian Shuty
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Continuing on the path of Biblical destruction, we focus our attention now on that zombie from Israel with the Birkenstock sandals and the physique of an Olympic swimmer. Join me as I systematically... More > deconstruct God's tenuous grasp on morals, ethics, and parenthood. Are you under the impression that Jesus was a loving figure, who cherished all mankind and sought to save each and every one of us from hellfire? Wrong! Jesus was an arrogant bastard child who traveled town to town, mocking non-believers and dismissing family members in an attempt to save a handful of the people he happened to be around at the moment. Think you know the story of Jesus? You don't. But you can. Come on in and sit down for a spell. Free punch and pie.< Less
No Hug for A Kaylea Bug (ebook) By Michael Verrett
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Young Kaylea armed with a camera, a magnifying glass and her favorite hat sets out in search for insects. When accidentally knocked over a fence into the grassy field next door, she finds herself in... More > an insect-sized adventure where hugs are no longer allowed. Kaylea encounters giant plants, bugs and an evil spider that will hug you to death! Hard Cover 28 B/W illustrations.< Less
No Hug for A Kaylea Bug Hard Cover By Michael Verrett
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Young Kaylea armed with a camera, a magnifying glass and her favorite hat sets out in search for insects. When accidentally knocked over a fence into the grassy field next door, she finds herself in... More > an insect-sized adventure where hugs are no longer allowed. Kaylea encounters giant plants, bugs and an evil spider that will hug you to death! Hard Cover 28 B/W illustrations.< Less
No Hug for a Kaylea Bug By Michael Verrett
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Young Kaylea armed with a camera, a magnifying glass and her favorite hat sets out in search for insects. When accidentally knocked over a fence into the grassy field next door, she finds herself in... More > an insect-sized adventure where hugs are no longer allowed. Kaylea encounters giant plants, bugs and an evil spider that will hug you to death! 28 B/W illustrations.< Less
Micrographia By Robert Hook
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Micrographia Or Some Physiological Descriptions Of Minute Bodies Made By Magnifying Glasses. With Observations and Inquiries Thereupon By Robert Hooke. Fellow of the ROYAL SOCIETY. By the Council of... More > the ROYAL SOCIETY of London for Improving of Natural Knowledge. Micrographia is a historic book by Robert Hooke, detailing the then thirty-year-old Hooke's observations through various lenses. Published in September 1665, the first major publication of the Royal Society, it was the first scientific best-seller, inspiring a wide public interest in the new science of microscopy. It is also notable for coining the biological term cell. Observations: Hooke most famously describes a fly's eye and a plant cell (where he coined that term because plant cells, which are walled, reminded him of a monk's quarters). Known for its spectacular copperplate engravings of the miniature world, particularly its fold-out plates of insects, the text itself reinforces the tremendous power of the new microscope.< Less