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Oveview The autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is arguably the first of its kind. It was originally written for Mr. Franklin's son so he would know the story of his father's life. The first part was written about his upbringing until he was almost… read more
My Thoughts I wasn't a big fan of this book. I had heard many different times from different people about how this books, while short, was extremely symbolic and meaningful. I think I was hyped up too much because I found the story, while… read more
My Thoughts I honestly do not think I have read a book with a more exciting ending. Many readers complain about how Moby Dick could be condensed to less than 200 pages and that over 70% of the pages are boring and pointless. I couldn't disagree more… read more
If you say gorilla, you are insane. Let’s look at some basic stats. The average weight of a gorilla is 135 to 180 kg (300 to 400 lb), 600lbs max (obese at the zoo). The average weight of a grizzly is 180–360 kg (400–790 lb) and up to 1500 lbs! The… read more
Here we go again. More direct evidence that our own government is using our tax money to spy on us. First, it was the revelations by Edward Snowden revealing the atrocities of the NSA. We had James Clapper commit purgery by lying to congress. Yes,… read more
Okay, let's start by admitting the word monolith is ambiguous. There are “monoliths” on every rocky planet and moon in our solar system. A monolith is basically any stone block. Whether naturally created or chiseled by intelligent entities, they are… read more
Flatland was published in 1884 by Edwin Abbot Abbot. The tale focuses on a square living in a 2D world, completely oblivious that there are dimensions other than his own. The first half of the book describes the square's world in very vivid details… read more
This is my personal interpretation of the book "Faust". My interpretation may not be an accurate representation of the book's actual plot. This article is here to detail what I took away from reading it. Because this book is inscrutable (in my… read more