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Bought this book about a month ago. Haven't read it yet though though it is on my short list to read soon.
This show is already reminding me how talk radio can still kick ass.
I read Preston's book Thunderhead awhile back, which is also about a search for a lost city (this was in the American West though). You could see his archaeological knowledge come through in various details in the story. Btw there was also a paranormal aspect to it which might appeal to some folks here.
Everybody's got something to hide except for me and my monkey god.
I am quite content right now. This show pleases me.
Yeah, same, like the old days. I'm not even falling asleep.
Ooh love this song. Old Mac
The journey to find this place was a long and winding road.
That was a cool tune. I haven't listened to much "old" Fleetwood Mac, but I do have Bob Welch's debut solo album French Kiss.
Nothing beats the midnight kiss of a mosquito who sucks your blood and leaves you itching for more...
...and all while you get sucked up by mud.
I love that song! Bob Welch is one of the many immensely talented musicians of that era who never got the recognition he deserved because there's only so much room at the top.
I don't like poisonous things
Now I envision poisonous ants falling from the trees like rain. Nice. I guess I know what my nightmare will be today.
I hope we don't have nightmares after this...
I confess a morbid fascination about such things: spiders, scorpions, ants, etc. I can't resist such stories but then later I always think I'm feeling those creepy-crawlies.
Do you recall the name of that particular song? I didn't pay attention if Knapp said it.
Hypnotized from the most excellent Mystery To Me album. Generally not for sale. Youtube only.
Ugh. I used to have a huge fear of spiders but got over it (for the most part) as I got older. I'll still scream like a girl if I walk unknowingly through a web or if one crawls across my face. They are fascinating creatures though, no doubt.