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Weird, Strange and Unusual Facts By SHEMA'YAH BEY
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Weird, Strange and Unusual Facts by Shema'yah Bey is one step above normal. Are occult forces controlling the White House? Do humans really have tails? Why does God need a Spaceship?
Penis Oddities - Strange but True Facts about the Manhood By John Dugan
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It turns out that the penis, which is generally viewed as a pretty straightforward tool, has a few little secrets up its… well. Here is a look at some of the weirdest facts about the manhood.
FACTS AND STORIES By daniel hilton
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THE SEARCH FOR AREA 51 AND UFO'S. REAL PEOPLE GO IN TO DEPTH OF WHAT THEY SAW AND STRANGE LIGHTS THAT HAD GONE PASSED THEM.
FACTS AND STORIES By daniel hilton
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THE SEARCH FOR AREA 51 AND UFO'S. REAL PEOPLE GO IN TO DEPTH OF WHAT THEY SAW AND STRANGE LIGHTS THAT HAD GONE PASSED THEM.
Strange Behavior of Stock Markets By Equation Meridian
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Perhaps, the key to intelligent investing in the stock market is not to miss opportunities on the best days of the speculative bull run. In fact, every year, just one or two events in the stock... More > market provide money making opportunities. Returns on investments are generally in the booms and crashes. During most other times, there are not enough opportunities to make significant profits.< Less
Armenian Food: Fact, Fiction & Folklore By Irina Petrosian, David Underwood
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Food is a portal to Armenia’s past and present-day culture. This culinary journey across the land called Hayastan presents the rich history, wondrous legends, and fact-filled stories of... More > Armenian cuisine. Authors Irina Petrosian and David Underwood take readers on a memorable tour of Armenia by way of the kitchen. What ancient Armenian fable warned against genetically-altered food? What little-known Armenian fruit may have helped Noah on the ark? What was the diet of David of Sassoun, the legendary Armenian Hercules? What was the influence of the Soviet Union on the food ways of Armenia? What strange and exotic fruits and herbs are sold in Armenia’s markets? Why do Armenians go to cemeteries to “feed” the dead? What role did coffee play in Armenian marriage rituals? If you are curious about one of the world’s most ancient cultures, or are contemplating a trip to Armenia, don’t miss the chance to read this fascinating book.< Less
Academic Astrology Bulletin #0010 - Strange Days By Klaudio Zic
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STRANGE BIRTHS Lunar afflictions with Uranus make for bisexual characters. Now, the most “reliable” are opposition and square. Considering lunar orb being 12 degrees more or less, while... More > assigning a 6 degree orb to Uranus, chances of strange births are more than enormous. The rest of this statistics is easily interpolated in order to calculate how many of the 6 666 666 666 are strangely strange. Other aspects like Mars square Saturn can “contribute”…< Less
Stranger than Truth By Stories by Jack Strange
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People do the strangest things, and in fifteen skillfully crafted stories New Orleans native Jack Strange explores the strangeness with compassion and understanding, irony and humor, and symbolism... More > and suspense. In “California or Bust,” a woman gives birth in an airplane restroom and then leaves the baby in a trash can. In “An Old Road,” a Bible salesman preys upon an old woman’s fears and weaknesses to make the sale. In “Hands,” a woman believes she's visited nightly by the hands of a ghostly lover. In “1:00 A.M.,” a doctor sneaks out of his wife’s bed to ride his bicycle in search of his mistress at an early hour. In “How I Lost My Baby Girl,” a man loses his baby daughter forever to his ex-wife and her lawyerly lover. In “Trick Wedding,” a man marries a woman he knows for a fact cheated on him. In “Desmond Rex,” sin and suicide turn a man into a monster. These and other stories are sure to entertain, enlighten, and delight any reader.< Less
The Merger of Fact and Fiction: Philip K. Dick’s Portrayal of Autism in Martian Time-Slip By John Blakeman
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Issues of psychology, and mental illness specifically, can be found frequently in various science fiction works, from Star Wars to Heinlein’s Strangers in a Strange Land (McMahon, 1989). One... More > particular science fiction writer, Philip K. Dick, uses mental illness frequently in his works, and especially in his 1964 novel Martian Time-Slip (MTS). Collections of Dick’s essays, such as The Shifting Realities of Philip K. Dick (1995), reveal Dick was quite interested in mental illness and the current theories on it during the time he was living and writing. This manuscript explores Dick’s portrayal of autism and connects the descriptions of autism in the novel to popular research done during and before Dick’s writing of MTS. The text focuses on Immanuel Kant and his theories and then ties early infantile autism and childhood schizophrenia into the ideas of Kant to explore the character Manfred from MTS. This book ALSO includes an annotated bibliography with over 50 entries!< Less
Mug & Mali's Miscellany By John Boose, Molly Boose
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Ever wonder how to tell which French foods are inedible? Do you want help naming ugly or disagreeable babies? Do you want to visit Dante’s modernized guide to Hell, solve an Ogden Nash... More > crossword puzzle, or discover the secrets of a hush-hush British cocktail research facility? Then get this eclectic mixture of photographs, puzzles, trivia (such as “The average person falls asleep every seven minutes;” “Leonardo da Vinci invented the fork lift;”), diagrams, jokes, and superstitions (“It is bad luck to walk under a bladder”). Also included are new aerospace cocktail recipes such as “Bird Strike,” and the “Lavatory Tank Shooter.” Readers will find the items startling and the cocktails addicting – or vice-versa. “Mug & Mali’s Miscellany” is ridiculous yet ludicrous, rivaling such books as “Are You Smarter than a Bacon Strip?” and “The Complete History of Toupee Adhesives.” It’s a piece of work that will keep you up nights reading and drinking. Enjoy!< Less