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Brave New Rael
43 years old
February 15, 1978
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  1. In Topic: NFL 2021 to Super Bowl 56

    Yesterday, 12:41 AM

    I am a fan of the Atlanta Falcons. We do have a new coach Arthur Smith, who came from the Tennessee Titans, and we have a new general manager Terry Fontenot, who came from the New Orleans Saints. We are getting the 4th pick in the coming draft, so we have a good opportunity to get a star player. I hope we choose someone for the defensive secondary because we were so bad in that area last year. I hope Matt Ryan and Julio Jones remain healthy. I don't know the status of Todd Gurley because he might become a free agent. Basically, we had an unstable year last year with our horrendous start, but maybe we can revamp things for the better.
  2. In Topic: Is Naomi Osaka the new Tiger Woods?

    28 February 2021 - 08:15 PM

    That's a good one, Tsundoku! Actually, I hope Osaka ends up becoming more like Serena Williams and less like say Jennifer Capriati. When Osaka hits the clay courts at the French Open and the grass courts at Wimbledon later this year, we will see how it looks for her. So far, she only seems to dominate on hard courts.

    19 December 2020 - 10:35 PM

    During the whole COVID shutdown, I went and read the massive book 2666 by Roberto Bolano. It is the best Latin American novel I have ever read.
  4. In Topic: When Your Favorite Writer Starts Writing for a Franchise?

    04 December 2020 - 01:45 AM

    I went and read about Matthew Stover. Yes, he does seem interesting. Years ago, I think I came across one of his Caine books because it was nominated for an award.
  5. In Topic: The last book you read that was truly fantastic

    03 December 2020 - 11:54 PM

    During the whole Covid shutdown, I read Roberto Bolano's 2666. It is really a mega-novel with whirlwind impact because of its length. Chilean writer Bolano wanted to release the book as 5 different parts, but his publisher went against his wishes. In the beginning, the book deals with a mysterious and elusive writer who nobody can find. Yet, the book goes into a completely different direction later on as all these women in Mexico start to disappear. You will find echoes of Philip Dick in the book and Bolano did state that he was influenced by him. I think 2666 is the best Latin American novel I have ever read. If you can set aside some time for a long read, then read this avalanche.



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    15 Feb 2021 - 07:59
    happy birthday
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    07 Dec 2020 - 01:58
    Enjoyed reading the Schismatrix.
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