20080929

Junk to Explore 2

Just Another list of authors, topics, books, and movies that have been recommended for me to check out:

http://www.publicradioquest.com/
illustrated elements of style
human light
polar bear club
recommendation for chuck
expelled
milan halek
seeds of compassion
http://www.zeitgeistmovie.com/
Al Franken's book Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right called "Savin' It!" In it,
Unaccustomed Earth.
Lily Dale : The True Story of the Town that Talks to the Dead
The Fall of the Evangelical Nation.
David Sedaris--when you are engulfed in flames et al
http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20207076_20207387_20207349,00.html
BCC documentaries
one.org
heart of darkness
apocolyse now
the devil came in horseback
chavez-inside the coup, movie
the story of stuff, movie
"Côte d'Azur" ("Crustaces et Coquillages"), movie
20 cm, movie
black gold
st dsn season 5
darfur now
Pledge of Allegiance Blues
Atheist tapes
a history of disbelief
For the Bible Tells Me So
Beauty Mark, documentary
flow, documentary
blue gold
blue covenant
golden compass
undercover economist
I am America and so can you
The skeptical environmentalist
poisonwood bible
hunt for red october
there is a god
unaccustomed earth
dinner iwth osama
the fall of the evangelical nation
the god delusion
why we fight, jarecki
sidhatha
Miami Model, movie
peace day, movie
born again, movie
Thank God for Evolution: How the Marriage of Science and Religion Will Transform Your Life and Our World, Michael Dowd
King Corn, movie
towelhead, movie
When Corporations Rule the World by David Korten
Enrique's Journey by Sonia Nazario
The Devil's Highway by Luis Alberto Urrea
Elizabethtown
In the Eye of the Storm: Swept to the Center by God
Sagain-Brain
The Road
Apocalypse How
Les Miserables
Center for Student Organization packet
Gangs of NY
eugenics
civil versus criminal law
rosewood, move
Ward Churchill
holocaust versus genocide
zapatista reader
definition of secularism
convalescent, fecundity
John Perkins (American Imperialism, Confessions of an Economics)
The smell of old lady perfume
children of men
requiem for a dream
the fountain
angels in america
deblernes, louis-carellis mandalin
bajo juarez
casa amiga
black madonna
cradle to cradle
the daughters of juarez, rodriguez
the killing fields, valdez
overthrow, steven kinser
richard clark
cato institute
myths of migration
www.frontlinetours.com
pastors for peace
us embargos
mexico solidarity network
history of mexico
future of food
go ask alice
brave new world
Sixty Days and Counting by Kim Stanley Robinson
Jewel of Medina
Dragons of Eden
Salvation Boulevard
street fight
...so goes the nation

5 comments:

  1. huh, "Sixty Days and Counting" by Kim Stanley Robinson is not on your list.

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  2. just because it hasn't been copied from a scrap of paper somewhere to the 'puter

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  3. Deep Space Nine is a total recommend from me. I personally think that it was the best of the star trek series with TNG being a close second.

    I don't recommend Sidhartha. I read it in ninth grade at Palmer and absolutely hated it.

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  4. Thanks Ray!

    yeah! isn't dsn the best? i've been checking them out from the library and for some reason there's a long waiting list for season 5, but i can't wait to finish it!

    and thanks for the fyi on Sidhartha

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  5. Don't forget Dragons of Eden. :)

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