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  • What It Was Like

    A Novel of Love and Consequence

    "It's really a very simple story. What happened was this: I met this girl and did a very stupid thing. I fell in love. Hard. I know that to some people that makes me an idiot and a loser. What can I say? They're right. I did some extremely foolish things; I'm the first to say it. And they've left me in jail and alone."

    So begins one of the most compelling, emotionally charged,
    and affecting novels you are likely to read this year.

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    "Once I started reading I had to finish the book as fast as I could." 
    - Stan Chervin, screenwriter. Academy Award nominee for Moneyball

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  • For Memorial Day: The Art of War

    With Memorial Day approaching, I've been thinking about war.

    What is it good for?

    Absolutely nothing.

    I have been lucky enough never to have fought in a war. (I got a high number in the famous Draft Lottery of 1969, and so was never called to go to Vietnam.) But my father Lester Robinson served as a sergeant in the Army during World War II. He fought in the Pacific – in New Guinea and the Philippines. He got sick before I could get all his Army stories out of him, but I know that he hated the Army. He hated the stupidity, the inefficiency, and the waste. Not to mention the death. I still have his dog tags hanging in my office

    So what is war good for? There seems to be no cure for it.

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Lunch With Louie

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Currently I'm

Reading...

everyday THE NEW YORK TIMES, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES, and THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ... Tolstoy  ... the new New Yorker and the new New York Review of Books

Listening to...

Deezer! ... Howard Stern and Thom Hartmann always ... lots of COSI, lots of KEITH JARRETT ...  ... too much Pandora (but I made a new Children's Indie station) ... and tons of Van the Man ... and more BRUUUUUUCE than usual!!!

Watching...

MSNBC and Fox ... Rick Steves' Europe and SEINFELD (comfort watching) ... Turner Classic Movies ... and the struggles of the Lakers and the Clippers