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Japanese 100 Great Mountains Vol.1: Episode 001-005 By Hodaka
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Hodaka, a Japanese mountaineering photographer, has decided to start recording his challenge to conquer “Japanese 100 Great Mountains”. The first volume of the series includes five... More > mountains. Since its altitude is 2,017 meters, Mount Kumotori becomes very popular in the year of 2017. Mount Tsukuba is the lowest among Japanese 100 Great Mountains. The mountain is also known for its strange rocks. Tanzawa Mountains is huge enough to occupy one-sixth of Kanagawa Prefecture. After climbing “Stupid Ridge”, heavenly scenery welcomes the climber. In Mount Amagi, Hodaka encounters someone, traverses the mountain, and even savor the scenery of the ocean. In Mount Adatara, he is fascinated by an amazing crater on elderly couples’ advice. On one occasion, he is climbing alone. On another occasion, he enjoys talking with other climbers. Delicious dishes and chat in mountain lodges. Sunset, night view, and breathtaking sunrise … You will witness the beginning of Hodaka’s great challenge!< Less
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SUCCESS IN THE CINEMA: Money-Making Movies and Critics' Choices By John Howard Reid
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Basically, there are three measures of success in the cinema. First off are pictures like "The Crowd" and "Applause" that achieve rave reviews and even go on to win awards, but... More > don’t recover their negative costs. Then there are the movies the critics hate, but the public enjoys. All three versions of "Back Street", for instance. Finally come the pictures everyone loves, like "From Here To Eternity" or "Sunset Boulevard". In the annals of success in Hollywood’s Golden Age, one name stands out above all others: Cecil B. DeMille. His famous pictures reviewed here include both versions of "The Buccaneer", "The Crusades", "Sign of the Cross", "The Story of Dr Wassell" and "Union Pacific". But the book also notes a DeMille "B" movie that tied up a fair amount of money but proved so unpopular it was released in some territories as a support. The book also covers some of Hollywood’s other disastrous failures, including the M-G-M movie that cost over $4 million to make and returned virtually nothing.< Less
Lemon Daze By Scott Mercer
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An exhaustive (and exhausting) history of the 1960's rock band that nobody's ever heard of: The Electric Lime Peel Expansion Module. Covering the group's roots in the "British... More > Invasion" in The Manchester Beatmen, transitioning from mere musicians to "artists" as the proto-psychedelic trio "Is," and finally adding the three American musicians from San Francisco to form ELPEM in The Summer of Love. We analyze the "core four," their four amazing LPs, and finally their tragic break-up circa 1970. A nuts-and-bolts history of a band that has become emblematic of Sixties Rock only after the fact. The first in-depth examination of their story from Manchester, to "Swinging London," to The Sunset Strip, to Woodstock, and (sort of) to the Moon and back. Find out more than you need to know about the group behind "Dinosaur Man," "Lemon Fog," and the immortal "Slipperhead," the second Rock Opera ever released. We know you're intrigued. Just check out the Preview to find out more.< Less
Lemon Daze By Scott Mercer
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An exhaustive (and exhausting) history of the 1960's rock band that nobody's ever heard of: The Electric Lime Peel Expansion Module. Covering the group's roots in the "British... More > Invasion" in The Manchester Beatmen, transitioning from mere musicians to "artists" as the proto-psychedelic trio "Is," and finally adding the three American musicians from San Francisco to form ELPEM in The Summer of Love. We analyze the "core four," their four amazing LPs, and finally their tragic break-up circa 1970. A nuts-and-bolts history of a band that has become emblematic of Sixties Rock only after the fact. The first in-depth examination of their story from Manchester, to "Swinging London," to The Sunset Strip, to Woodstock, and (sort of) to the Moon and back. Find out more than you need to know about the group behind "Dinosaur Man," "Lemon Fog," and the immortal "Slipperhead," the second Rock Opera ever released. We know you're intrigued. Just check out the Preview to find out more.< Less
Silent Movies Plus! More Silent Films & Early Talkies on DVD By John Howard Reid
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Almost all the CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD MOVIES discussed in this book are currently available on DVD. Many are sold by specialist stores such as Oldies. And now that vintage titles are being pressed on... More > demand, theoretically they will never go out of print! However, an attempt has been made to include some of the classics that are not so well-known, as well as those that are more frequently aired on TV or are prominently featured in retail and mail order stores. Here, for example, are a few of the movie titles that begin with the letter "S": Seven Keys to Baldpate (1917), Seven Keys to Baldpate (1947), She Goes To War (1929), the Shining Adventure (1925), the Ship of Lost Men (1929), Show-Off (1926), Silent Enemy (1930), Sky Bride (1932), Sky High (1922), Slums of New York (1932), the Smart Set (1928), Son of the Gods (1930), Speedway (1929), Spite Marriage (1929), the Squall (1929), Square Shoulders (1929), Stranger in Town (1932), Strictly Unconventional (1930), Sunset Trail (1932), Svengali (1931).< Less
Understanding the Realities of Banking Career By Julius Afolabi
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Banking career can make you look important even when you are becoming useless! Martin Luther king Jnr said “our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter. In the... More > end we will remember not the words of our enemies but the silent of our friends". Human nature can endure but reality has it that we mustn't wait until disaster happens before we employ precaution. Peter Drucker said “what differentiates organization is how and where they place people”. Many bankers and workers today have too much month at the end of the money! With sunrise and sunset in the bank, opportunities slip off and they remains trapped and frustrated with uncertainty. No one wants to learn from a success who does not understand failure. You may spend your life for the bank but the bank has no lifeline for you. The bank is out for results and the employee is the horse, the bank has no emotions, who would blame a capitalist? When you know the basics, you are prepared for the exotic experience.Don't just leap.< Less
My Friend, the Messiah By Ray Green
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I met John on a deserted beach. He was confused, disoriented, dirty, and had lost his memory. When we made eye contact, the skin on my arms and chest froze and a lump of fear suddenly developed in my... More > throat. Our fingers touched and I experienced a sudden wave of peace, like a golden sunset. My wife and I agreed to help John and escort him to New York where he knew he must address the United Nations Security Council. In New York, John performs 'miracles' in Central Park, conducts an impromptu sermon to 5,000 people, resurrects a fatally injured girl and convinces the UN delegates to act. My intrigue is the constant uncertainty of John's origins and his true nature. Is he a messiah, an alien or a unique man with incredible powers? We travelled with him to Jerusalem, Rome and Switzerland, where five million people gather to hear John speak. I finally understood who he was and why he came.... He was...My Friend, The Messiah. ...all he said was, "...let there be light..."< Less
Carmilla By J. Sheridan LeFanu
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The story is presented by Le Fanu as part of the casebook of Dr Hesselius, whose departures from medical orthodoxy rank him as the first occult doctor in literature. The story is narrated by Laura,... More > one of the two main protagonists of the tale. Laura begins her tale by relating her childhood in a "picturesque and solitary" castle in the midst of an extensive forest in Styria where she lives with her father, a wealthy English widower, retired from the Austrian Service. When she is six years old, Laura has a vision of a beautiful visitor in her bedchamber. She later claims to have been bitten on the chest, although no wounds are found on her. 12 years later, Laura and her father are admiring the sunset in front of the castle when her father tells her of a letter he received earlier from his friend General Spielsdorf. The General was supposed to bring his niece, Bertha Rheinfeldt, to visit the two, but the niece suddenly died under mysterious circumstances.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Winter Solstice 2012 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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At exactly 6:14am on Friday, December 21st, 2012, we had both the Winter Solstice, which happens every year, and the Mayan End of the World, which happens less frequently. Of course, the world... More > continued turning as usual, and mankind had the same joy and discord, serenity and stress, love and jealousy that it always seems to have. These milestones serve as reminders to us that nature cycles within its patterns and that we strive to learn and grow with each new dawn. A sunset in Boston glows in tangerine and gold. A lost love echoes with poignancy after twelve long years. A trekker struggles to the top of Kilimanjaro and soaks in the beauty. An auction bidder struggles to rein in her compulsions. There are oriole chicks crying for their mother, a wife crying for help, an elderly woman remembering the ravages of World War II. A car dissolves into the wilderness of weeds, and a moon rises high over Zion. Welcome to winter, and breathe in the blessing that comes with every new morn.< Less

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