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About meI have read and watched science fiction for as long as I can remember. Although, I end up reading a fairly wide variety of books. John Crowley's 'Engine Summer' is still my favorite book. I think Farscape is the best tv show in history, but I love Stargate, Star Trek (NG), Babylon 5, Firefly, the new Dr. Who, Due South, Slings & Arrows, and the Simpons. I've studied archaeology and history. I appreciate astronomy. I've also looked into chaos and field theory. I'm an avid Deadhead and went to my first show in 1977. Now I go to Disneyworld...what's a Deadhead to do? ;) I think that the Arts & Crafts movement in America (1880-1920 approx.) produced the most lovely architecture, items, and furntiure. I love classic Looney Toons and Disney Animation. I try to read a Far Side and Bloom County cartoon every day. I've ridden horses since I was a child, and although I miss my horse I don't miss cleaning up after him in January. The movie, 'A Fish Called Wanda' helps me make it through difficult days at work. I've always wanted to put 'beachcombing for seastones' on my resume. I'm learning how to play a recorder and how to use an Atlatl.

About my libraryMy family has too many books. Many too many. I'm talking....well, at one time at our family place there were close to 10,000. So my personal library is small. I tend to read a book and then pass it along to someone else.

GroupsAncient Egypt, Ancient History, Animal Lovers, Archaeologists, Archaeology, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Birds, Birding & Books, Board Room, Cartoons, Homer, the Trojan war, and pre-classical Greeceshow all groups

LocationNew England

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Member sinceAug 3, 2007

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