Friday, September 4, 2009

Lyrics to "The Ostrich", by Steppenwolf:

We'll call you when you're six years old
And drag you to the factory
To train your brain for eighteen years
With promise of security
But then you're free
And forty years you waste to chase the dollar sign
So you may die in Florida
At the pleasant age of sixty nine

The water's getting hard to drink
We've mangled up the country side
The air will choke you when you breathe
We're all committing suicide
But it's alright
It's progress folks keep pushin' till your body rots
Will strip the earth of all it's green
And then divide her into parking lots

But there's nothing you and I can do
You and I are only two
What's right and wrong is hard to say
Forget about it for today
We'll stick our heads into the sand
Just pretend that all is grand
Then hope that everything turns out ok

You're free to speak your mind my friend
As long as you agree with me
Don't criticize the father land
Or those who shape your destiny
'Cause if you do
You'll lose your job your mind and all the friends you knew
We'll send out all our boys in blue
They'll find a way to silence you

But there's nothing you and I can do
You and I are only two
What's right and wrong is hard to say
Forget about it for today
We'll stick our heads into the sand
Just pretend that all is grand
Then hope that everything turns out ok.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Speed limit laws:

The speed limits on most highways, and many surface streets, are set ridiculously low, and should be raised by at least 10-15 miles per hour. This would put them at the level that most people drive at anyway.

It will be argued that doing so would increase accidents, and accident-related injuries and deaths. It might, although since most people are already driving at these speeds, it could be argued that it would have little effect. But let us assume that the argument is valid.

The argument is that anything that increases injuries and deaths is bad, and indefensible, that any law which reduces such things is a good one. If that were true, why stop at 60 MPH on the highways? There are still deaths and injuries at those speeds. There would be fewer if we lowered the speed limits to 50. Fewer still at 40. Even fewer at 30. So perhaps we should lower all highway speed limits to 30 MPH. After all, it would decrease accidents, injuries, and fatalities if we did.

But that would be silly. (Almost as silly as the next step in the progression: eliminate automobiles altogether, and go back to Conestoga wagons. After all, it would relieve our dependance on foreign oil, and be much better for the ecology.) No one would be willing to put up with speed limits of 30 MPH on the highways; it would take too long to get anywhere. Clearly, there is a limit to the amount of speed restriction that people are willing to accept for the sake of increased safety.

The same argument holds for 60 MPH speed limits. They are unreasonably low, and driving at that speed makes it take too long to get where you're going. That's why almost nobody obeys them. Which brings me to my second reason for opposing the current speed limits: in a Democracy, any law that is consistently broken by a majority of the populace is a bad law; it engenders a hostile relationship between the people and the police, for one thing, and for another, it is clearly being voted on and repealed all the time.

Don't believe me that a majority of the people disobey the speed limits? Try this experiment: on an open highway, with little enough traffic that it's easy to get around slower-moving cars, but enough traffic to give a reasonable statistical sample, with no obvious or known regular speed traps and good weather/road conditions, set your cruise control at 5 MPH over the speed limit. Count how many cars you pass, and how many pass you. If the ratio isn't at least 3-1 in favor of cars passing you, I'll be astounded.

The best solution would be to temporarily suspend all speed limits on a given road (while maintaining laws against reckless driving) and observe the road for a week or two, ignoring any time that the traffic conditions didn't allow for free driving. Find the speed that less than 10% of the cars exceed. Set that as the speed limit.

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Hate crime legislation:

Just saw a production of "The Laramie Project" put on by my son's school. I'm somewhat baffled by those (including, so far as I can tell, the entire cast of this very well-done performance) who seem to feel that the story of what happened to Matthew Sheppard is a good example of why there should be hate-crime legislation. It seems to me, in fact, that that story is a perfect example of why there is no need for hate crime legislation.

For one thing, here we had a hate crime committed in what was not, in fact, a particularly gay-friendly community. (Some would say that that's a fairly major understatement.) Yet the perps were in jail within 24 hours of the crime being discovered, one escaped the death penalty by pleading guilty but still received consecutive life sentences, the other was convicted and escaped the death penalty by the intervention of Matt's father. So how, exactly, would hate-crime legislation have helped? Would they have been apprehended sooner? Would their punishment have been more severe?

What they did was a horrific crime, and the community recognized that and acted accordingly. There was not need for hate-crime laws to make people recognize the severity of the crime, or to take proper action.

Further, would what they did have been any LESS horrific had their motivation been hatred of "little wimpy guys" rather than "fags"? Would it have been any less horrific had their motivation been hatred of "rich boys"? Would it have been any less horrific if there had been no hatred involved at all, simply a desire to rob Matthew and not leave a witness?

On the subject of "hate speech", would their crime have been any less horrific had the murderer, in his confession, used "approved" language to refer to Matt. ("He looked like a homosexual" rather than "He looked like a fag") If, say, they had used completely neutral, non-judgemental language in describing their crime, would that in any way have lessened the horror?

I say no. The severity of their crime was defined by their actions, not their words, not their motivations. I don't care WHY they did it; what they did was appalling. The fact that I am ALSO appalled by their attitude towards gay people and somewhat annoyed by their language is beside the point; I don't believe that having appalling attitudes should be a crime in and of itself, nor do I believe that having those attitudes makes what is already an appalling crime any worse. Nor do I see how having a law making the committing of such a crime for the "wrong reasons" an additional crime would have in any way changed their sentences, or the way they were treated. The legal system in this case worked, without any help from "hate crime" legislation.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Horrorscope * Jim Yanni

Note: Horrorscopes have no basis in scientific fact, and if you take this nonsense seriously, you're an idiot.

The stars show the kind of day you'll have: 5=Explosive, 4=Perky, 3=Stultifying, 2=Traumatic, 1=What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

Aries: (March 21-April 19) *** Stop at midday and take a deep breath. Hold until dinnertime, longer if you're in LA. When you get off the roller-coaster of life, what would you really like to wish for? Make that wish with determination, then continue to lead a boring life. Tonight: Act like it's Friday; eat fish and go to sleep alone by 9:30.

Taurus: (April 20-May 20) *** Showing up for work could be more important than you realize. Examine what you need to say in order to butter someone up. If you tell that precise lie, look at the writing on the wall. Tonight might not arrive until tomorrow.

Gemini: (May 21-June 20) *** Visualize more of what you want than you really want, and pull out of that parking space cautiously. Your ability to read between the lines earmarks your hallucinations, but also be willing to take a long walk off a short pier. Tonight: Touch base with someone at a distance; there's this brand-new technology called the telephone.

Cancer: (June 21-July 22) ** Clearly, you cannot do everything all at once, but that's okay, you have at least ten minutes. How you deal with being overwhelmed and the questions you ask will determine when you will have that nervous breakdown. Ogle a sexy stranger. Tonight: A black eye and a cold compress.

Leo: (July 23-August 22) **** Spoiled brats clearly demand your attention. You might have overestimated your pals, as hard as that is to believe, as they are showing off their ignorance. Don't be disgusted, be amused as others self-destruct right in front of you. Conversations about a project need to be clear; a shame you're having them with blithering idiots. Tonight: Just say yes.

Virgo: (August 23-September 22) * Toss yourself into a pit of quicksand; see if it isn't more painless that way. You might want to think about a more efficient way of handling a problem or following through on a key goal. Or not, it really doesn't matter as the situation is hopeless anyway. Open up to better living through chemistry. Tonight: Valium.

Libra: (Septmeber 23-October 22) *** Depending on your phase in life, you'll either get laid or wear pampers. If you are single, love could be walking in very soon, in the cosmic sense. If you are creative, you could surprise yourself by managing to paint within the lines for the whole picture. Tonight: "Naughty and nice" is a great fantasy.

Scorpio: (October 23-November 21) ***** Staying anchored makes it hard to dance. However, a family memeber is ready to follow orders implicitly. Do you want to order him or her to his or her knees? It might be amusing, you know. Tonight: At home, x-rated movies.

Sagittarius: (November 22-December 21) *** Your fragrance defines your world. You need to make a decision about what to wear, preferably by noon. A change of underwear or more perfume might be in order. Make that decision, and you will be amazed by what hits the fan. Tonight: Talk about this decision interminably with a soon-to-be ex friend.

Capricorn: (December 22-January 19) ** You have a way and a style that shoots blanks, especially when it comes to managing your finances. You might want to update your financial system to be more effective and cost-efficient, or at least stop using an abacus. Tonight: Don't knock yourself out; the answer will be no no matter what.

Aquarius: (January 20-February 18) *** A new beginning is impossible. Don't kid yourself. Stop considering what you want to change and decide how to deal with what you have. A decision made today is pretty much the same as a decision made any other day. Know what you're capable of and plan accordingly. Tonight: As usual, you will be doing well to make it to second-string.

Pisces: (February 19-March 20) *** Take care of yourself, no one else will. Your ability to state the obvious astounds many people. Explain to these people why they are idiots. Tonight: Play Russian Roulette.

If January 26 is your birthday: ** Greet this bizarre year with repugnance, crying and idiocy. You have no ability to communicate clearly. Double and triple-check all messages and meetings. If you cannot be clear, you might as well be annoying. Creativity baffles your thoughts this year, just like most years. The result will be that you will likely stamp your foot a lot. Your magnetism is in dire need of having it's poles reversed. Sorting through everyone's laundry could be your biggest challenge of the year. If you are attached, work on not being. Let your sweetie stand without you; it's the only way they'll get into the limelight. Aquarius adds to your hyperactive energy. Try barbituates.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

A little perspective, part 2:

Don't get me wrong, I voted for him; I'm glad that he was elected. He's almost certain to be better than his predecessor, and might well be the best president in a long while. But I'm getting more than a little bit fed up with all of the hype regarding Barack Obama. He's a president, not a messiah. His election means that we're done with eight years of a Republican administration, not that we're done with 200+ years of racial tension. Hopefully, he'll have some good ideas about how to turn the economy around, or at least will find somebody to listen to who does. But he's not going to wave a magic wand and fix things, and no matter what solution he tries, there will be people who think it's a fine idea, and others who will consider it to be like fighting a fire with gasoline. He's NOT going to "bring us all together". As with any other president, his opponents will attack any action of his that can POSSIBLY be described as a failure as proof that he shouldn't have been elected, and will dismiss anything that he does that CAN'T possibly be described as a failure as something that he had very little responsibility for, and claim that he's taking credit where it isn't due.

Most importantly, I wish that people (and particularly the news media) would make up their minds as to whether (A) his election is important because he's the first man of significantly black descent to be elected president, or (B) that it's important because we all set race aside when we went to the voting booth. I'm inclined to go with (A) myself, although either claim COULD be made. But if (A) is true, then (B) CANNOT be. If it was important to see a black man elected president, if African Americans everywhere are celebrating the historic event, if it is the culmination of the civil rights movement and a symbolic exclamation point to Dr. King's "I have a dream" speech, then it's OBVIOUS that we did NOT all set race aside when we entered the voting booth. In fact, I would venture to say without any fear that I'm misspeaking that far, far MORE people were VERY aware of race when they entered the voting booth this year than they have EVER been before. I think it's very likely that almost 100% of voters were quite aware of the fact that Obama was of African descent when they voted. Some, like myself, simply didn't care; we were voting for him because he was not a Republican, not George Bush, not even as much like Bush as McCain was, NOT because he was black. Others might have had to consciously put race aside, and vote for him in spite of his race, if they were somewhat racist but recognized the need for a non-Republican in office. And many, many others voted for him at least in part BECAUSE of his race; apparently, voting FOR Obama because of race is OK, but voting AGAINST him because of race would have been racist. Even voting FOR McCain because of race would have been racist.

Double standard? No, of course not. How silly of me.

Seriously, I don't OBJECT to people at least in part voting for him because of race, and being happy that he won because of race; I can understand the idea of wanting to be part of a historic moment. I just wish that they wouldn't try to simultaneously claim that his election was a victory for racial colorblindness. You just can't have it both ways.

More on gay marriage:

"This sort of marriage is not in the best interest of children." "God has a plan for marriage and this isn't it." "Allowing this kind of marriage will pave the way for all sorts of moral depravity."

Does this sound like quotes from the opponents of gay marriage? Actually, these are comments from the 1960s on the interracial marriage of one man and one woman -- by Mildred Jeter and Richard Loving.

Notes

  • I have reviewed almost all of the books on my list at Amazon.com; look for reviews by "Jim Yanni".

Books I've read since January 20th, 2012

  • I'm Tempted To Stop Acting Randomly (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Hearts and Minds (by Dayton Ward)
  • Jason (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Sword & Sorceress XXVII (by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Elisabeth Waters)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Acts of Contrition (by Kirsten Beyer)
  • Blood To Blood (by Elaine Bergstrom)
  • Star Trek: The Face of the Unknown (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • Voyager: Protectors (by Kirsten Beyer)
  • Dead Until Dark (by Charlaine Harris)
  • Renunciates of Darkover (edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • Biology of Acupuncture (by Dr. George Ulett)
  • 'Scuse Me While I Kiss This Guy (by Gavin Edwards)
  • Inside Straight (edited by George R. R. Martin)
  • Steppenwolf (by Hermann Hesse)
  • Principles and Practice of Physiologic Acupuncture (by Dr. George Ulett)
  • Demon Box (by Ken Kesey)
  • Mina (by Marie Kiraly)
  • The Adventures of Lightfoot the Deer (by Thornton W. Burgess)
  • The Adventures of Mr. Mocker (by Thornton W. Burgess)
  • Dead Ice (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Affliction (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • On The Wealth of Nations (by P.J. O'Rourke)
  • Death Draws Five (by John J. Miller, edited by George R.R. Martin)
  • Andrew Johnson: A Biography (by Hans L. Trefousse)
  • The Adventures of Old Man Coyote (by Thornton W. Burgess)
  • Star Trek Voyager: The Eternal Tide (by Kirsten Beyer)
  • Constitutional History of England (by John Burton Adams, revised by Robert L. Schuyler)
  • He's Got The Whole World In His Pants (by Gavin Edwards)
  • Star Trek The Fall: A Ceremony of Losses (by David Mack)
  • Eats, Shoots & Leaves (by Lynne Truss)
  • Sailor Song (by Ken Kesey)
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Skunk (by Thornton W. Burgess)
  • Positive Attitude (by Scott Adams)
  • Regret The Error (by Craig Silverman)
  • The Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse (by Thornton W. Burgess)
  • Siddhartha (by Hermann Hesse)
  • Don't Stand Too Close To A Naked Man (by Tim Allen)
  • Deuces Down (Edited by George R. R. Martin)
  • Hastur Lord (by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Deborah J. Ross)
  • Bill Bryson's African Diary (by Bill Bryson)
  • Babyhood (by Paul Reiser)
  • The Adventures of Peter Cottontail (by Thornton W. Burgess)
  • The Adventures of Jerry Muskrat (by Thornton W. Burgess)
  • Couplehood (by Paul Reiser)
  • Star Trek: Elusive Salvation (by Dayton Ward)
  • Men Like Rats (by Rob Chilson)
  • Last Go-Round (by Ken Kesey)
  • Presumed Ignorant! (by Leland H. Gregory III)
  • Star Trek Legacies, Book 3: Purgatory's Key (by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore)
  • Star Trek Legacies, Book 2: Best Defense (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek Legacies, Book 1: Captain To Captain (by Greg Cox)
  • Narcissus & Goldmund (by Hermann Hesse)
  • The Alton Gift (by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Deborah J. Ross)
  • Man-Kzin Wars X (by Larry Niven)
  • Nightseer (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Man-Kzin Wars IX (by Larry Niven)
  • King John (by William Shakespeare)
  • Star Trek The Fall: The Poisoned Chalice (by James Swallow)
  • Sword & Sorceress XXVI (edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Elizabeth Waters)
  • The Last Founding Father (by Harlow Giles Unger)
  • Troilus and Cressida (by William Shakespeare)
  • Blood Canticle (by Anne Rice)
  • Divine Misdemeanors (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Takedown (by John Jackson Miller)
  • Titus Andronicus (by William Shakespeare)
  • Blackwood Farm (by Anne Rice)
  • Pericles (by William Shakespeare)
  • Blood and Gold (by Anne Rice)
  • Wild Ducks Flying Backward (by Tom Robbins)
  • Swallowing Darkness (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • The Oxford Atlas of World History (edited by Patrick O'Brien)
  • Star Trek Deep Space 9: The Soul Key (by Olivia Woods)
  • Sword and Sorceress XXV (edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Elizabeth Waters)
  • Star Trek: The Latter Fire (by James Swallow)
  • A Lick of Frost (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • The Three Musketeers (by Alexandre Dumas)
  • Sword and Sorceress XXIV (edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Elizabeth Waters)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Children of the Storm (by Kirsten Beyer)
  • Star Trek Seekers #3: Long Shot (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Armageddon's Arrow (by Dayton Ward)
  • Still Life With Woodpecker (by Tom Robbins)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Unworthy (by Kirsten Beyer)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: The Light Fantastic (by Jeffrey Lang)
  • Star Trek: Crisis of Consciousness (by Dave Galanter)
  • Star Trek The Fall: Revelation & Dust (by David R. George III)
  • Star Trek Typhon Pact: Raise the Dawn (by David R. George III)
  • Star Trek Voyager: String Theory, Book 3: Evolution (by Heather Jarman)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Full Circle (by Kirsten Beyer)
  • Henry VI Part 3 (by William Shakespeare)
  • Mistral's Kiss (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • A Mathematician's Lament (by Paul Lockhart)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: Uncertain Logic (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • Star Trek: No Time Like The Past (by Greg Cox)
  • Star Trek: The Folded World (by Jeff Mariotte)
  • Star Trek: Savage Trade (by Tony Daniel)
  • Star Trek The Lost Era: One Constant Star (by David R. George III)
  • Herbert Hoover, Forgotten Progressive (by Joan Hoff Wilson)
  • Star Trek: Foul Deeds Will Rise (by Greg Cox)
  • Star Trek: From History's Shadow (by Dayton Ward)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Cold Equations Book 3: The Body Electric (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Cold Equations Book 2: Silent Weapons (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Cold Equations Book 1: The Persistence of Memory (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek Voyager: String Theory, Book 2, Fusion (by Kirsten Beyer)
  • Star Trek Seekers #2: Point of Divergence (by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore)
  • Star Trek Typhon Pact: Plagues of Night (by David R. George III)
  • Sword & Sorceress XXIII (by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Elizabeth Waters)
  • Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime (by Lou Cannon)
  • Star Trek Into Darkness (by Alan Dean Foster)
  • Star Trek Typhon Pact: Brinkmanship (by Una McCormack)
  • Sustenance (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • Neither Here Nor There (by Bill Bryson)
  • Presidential Wives (by Paul F. Boller, Jr.)
  • A Stroke of Midnight (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • In The Days of McKinley (by Margaret Leech)
  • Seduced By Moonloght (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek Voyager #21: Dark Matters Book 3 of 3, Shadow of Heaven (by Christie Golden)
  • Star Trek Voyager #20: Dark Matters Book 2 of 3, Ghost Dance (by Christie Golden)
  • Star Trek Voyager #19: Dark Matters Book 1 of 3, Cloak & Dagger (by Christie Golden)
  • A Caress of Twilight (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek Terok Nor: Dawn of the Eagles (by S.D. Perry & Britta Dennison)
  • Kiss The Dead (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek Titan #7: Fallen Gods (by Michael A. Martin)
  • Hit List (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • The Onion Presents Embedded In America (edited by Carol Kolb)
  • Star Trek: Devil's Bargain (by Tony Daniel)
  • Star Trek Seekers #1: Second Nature (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek Voyager: String Theory, Book I, Cohesion (by Jeffrey Lang)
  • Haint (by Joy Ward)
  • Star Trek: Serpents in the Garden (by Jeff Mariotte)
  • Star Trek Voyager #18: Battle Lines (by Dave Galanter and Greg Brodeur)
  • Bullet (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek: Weight of Worlds (by Greg Cox)
  • Star Trek I.K.S. Gorkon: A Burning House (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Chronicle of the Chinese Emperors (by Ann Paludan)
  • Star Trek Typhon Pact: Paths of Disharmony (by Dayton Ward)
  • Star Trek: The Shocks of Adversity (by William Leisner)
  • Guns, Germs & Steel (by Jared Diamond)
  • Star Trek Typhon Pact: Zero Sum Game (by David Mack)
  • Millard Fillmore (by Robert J. Rayback)
  • Night Pilgrims (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • General Physics Second Edition (by Sternheim & Kane)
  • The Analects (by Confucious) (Dover Thrift Edition)
  • Star Trek: Allegiance In Exile (by David R. George III)
  • Star Trek Vanguard #8: Storming Heaven (by David Mack)
  • Starting Out With C++ Early Objects (by Tony Gaddis, Judy Walters, & Godfrey Muganda)
  • Star Trek Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts Of Empire (by David R. George III)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Indistinguishable From Magic (by David McIntee)
  • Commedia Della Morte (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • Star Trek Typhon Pact: Seize the Fire (by Michael A. Martin)
  • Star Trek: The Rings of Time (by Greg Cox)
  • 11/22/63 by Steven King
  • Star Trek: A Choice of Catastrophes (by Michael Schuster & Steve Mollman)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Losing the Peace (by William Leisner)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: Rise of the Federation: Tower of Babel (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • Bushwhacked (by Molly Ivins and Lou Dubose)
  • Star Trek 4 (by James Blish)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Resistance (by J.M. Dillard)
  • Star Trek Titan #6: Synthesis (by James Swallow)
  • A First Course In Differential Equations with Modeling Applications (Ninth Edition) (by Dennis G. Zill)
  • Star Trek Academy: Collision Course (by William Shatner with Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens)
  • An Embarrassment of Riches (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • Star Trek Titan: Over A Torrent Sea (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Greater Than The Sum (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: The Buried Age (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • Star Trek Department of Temporal Investigations: Forgotten History (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: The Rise of the Federation: A Choice of Futures (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • Star Trek SCE #13: Creative Couplings (by John S. Drew, Glenn Greenberg, Glenn Hauman & Aaron Rosenberg, David Mack, Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore, & J. Steven York & Christina F. York)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: The Romulan War: To Brave The Storm (by Michael A. Martin)
  • Star Trek Terok Nor: Night of the Wolves (by S.D. Perry & Britta Dennison)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Distant Shores (edited by Marco Palmieri)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Death In Winter (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Death of a Neutron Star(by Eric Kotani)
  • Star Trek: The Children of Kings (by David Stern)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Before Dishonor (by Peter David)
  • Star Trek: That Which Divides (by Dayton Ward)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: The Romulan War: Beneath The Raptor's Wing (by Michael A. Martin)
  • Star Trek Vanguard #7: What Judgments Come (by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore)
  • Star Trek Department of Temporal Investigations: Watching the Clock (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • What Would Wally Do? (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek: Cast No Shadow (by James Swallow)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: Kobayashi Maru (by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels)
  • Self-Made Man (by Norah Vincent)
  • Star Trek Vanguard #6: Declassified (by Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, Marco Palmieri, and David Mack)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: The Sky's The Limit (edited by Marco Palmieri)
  • Bloom County: Classics of Western Literature (1986-1989) (by Berke Breathed)
  • The History of Mathematics (An Introduction, Seventh Edition) (by David M. Burton)
  • Henry VI Part I (Bantam Classic Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Star Trek: Unspoken Truth (by Margaret Wander Bonanno)
  • Star Trek Mirror Universe: Rise Like Lions (by David Mack)
  • Cymbeline (Shakespeare Library Classic) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Star Trek: The Needs of the Many (by Michael A. Martin)
  • Star Trek SCE #12: What's Past (by Terri Osborne, Steve Mollmann & Michael Schuster, Richard C. White, Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore, Heather Jarman, & Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Star Trek Vanguard #5: Precipice (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek: Myriad Universes: Shattered Light (by David R. George III, Steve Mollmann, Michael Schuster, and Scott Pearson)
  • Star Trek: Myriad Universes: Echoes & Refractions (by Geoff Trowbridge, Keith R.A. DeCandido, and Chris Roberson)
  • Flirt (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek Vanguard #4: Open Secrets (by Dayton Ward)
  • Star Trek SCE #11: Out of the Cocoon (by William Leisner, Kevin Killiany, Phaedra M. Weldon & Robert T. Jeschonek)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Spirit Walk Book Two: Enemy of My Enemy (by Christie Golden)
  • Star Trek: A Singular Destiny (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Star Trek Destiny: Book 3, Lost Souls (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek Destiny: Book 2, Mere Mortals (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek Vanguard #3: Reap The Whirlwind (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek Vanguard #2: Summon The Thunder (by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore)
  • Numbers: Rational And Irrational (by Ivan Niven)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Q & A (by Keith R. A. DeCandido)
  • The Tenacity of the Cockroach (edited by Stephen Thompson)
  • Richard II (Folger Shakespeare Library Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Star Trek Titan: Sword of Damocles (by Geoffrey Thorne)
  • Star Trek Titan: Orion's Hounds (by Christopher L. Bennett)
  • Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword & Sorceress XXI (edited by Diana L. Paxson)
  • Star Trek Voyager #16: Seven of Nine (by Christie Golden)
  • Star Trek: Inception (by S. D. Perry & Britta Dennison)
  • Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword & Sorceress XXII (edited by Elisabeth Waters)
  • The Onion Ad Nauseam Vol. 14 (edited by Robert Siegel)
  • Star Trek Vanguard #1: Harbinger (by David Mack)
  • Do I Really Have To Teach Reading? (by Cris Tovani)
  • Calculus of One And Several Variables (Tenth Edition) (by Salas, Hille, & Etgen)
  • A Transition to Advanced Mathematics (Seventh Edition) (by Douglas Smith, Maurice Eggen, and Richard St. Andre)
  • Star Trek: Articles of the Federation (by Keith R. A. DeCandido)
  • Delta of Venus (by Anais Nin)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Never-Ending Sacrifice (by Una McCormack)
  • Star Trek Titan: The Red King (by Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin)
  • Chronicle of the Roman Emperors (by Chris Scarre)
  • Notes From A Small Island (by Bill Bryson)
  • Star Trek Destiny: Book 1, Gods of Night (by David Mack)
  • Star Trek Titan: Taking Wing (by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time For War, A Time For Peace (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Made In America (by Bill Bryson)

Books I've read since March 26th of 2000

  • Climate of Corruption (by Larry Bell)
  • A Flame In Hali (by Marion Zimmer Bradley & Deborah J. Ross)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time To Heal (by David Mack)
  • A First Course In Statistics (Tenth Edition) (by James T. McClave & Terry Sincich)
  • Henry VIII (Folger Shakespeare Library Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Star Trek: Mere Anarchy (by Mike Barr, Christopher L. Bennett, Margaret Wander Bonanno, Dave Galanter, Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, and Howard Weinstein)
  • The Onion's Finest News Reporting Volume 1 (edited by Scott Dikkers & Robert Siegel)
  • Music: An Appreciation (Seventh Edition) by Roger Kamien
  • Star Trek Voyager: The Farther Shore (by Christie Golden)
  • Introduction to Special Education -- Making A Difference (Seventh Edition) by Deborah Deutsch Smith & Naomi Chowdhuri Tyler)
  • Star Trek Stargazer #6: Maker (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Sword & Sorceress XX (by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • Zandru's Forge (by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Deborah J. Ross)
  • Human Diversity in Education, An Intercultural Approach (Seventh Edition) (by Kenneth Cushner, Averil McClelland, and Philip Safford)
  • Star Trek SCE #10: Wounds (by Ilsa J. Bick, Keith R.A. DeCandido, John J. Ordover, Terri Osborne, and Cory Rushton)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time To Kill (by David Mack)
  • Henry IV, Part 2 (Folger Shakespeare Library Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Voyager: Spirit Walk Book One, Old Wounds (by Christie Golden)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time To Hate (by Robert Greenberger)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #63: Maximum Warp Book 2 of 2 (by Dave Galanter & Greg Brodeur)
  • Star Trek SCE #9: Grand Designs (by Dave Galanter, Allyn Gibson, Kevin Killiany, Paul Kupperberg, David Mack, Dayton Ward, & Kevin Dilmore)
  • Star Trek Terok Nor: Day of the Vipers (by James Swallow)
  • A Framework for Understanding Poverty (by Ruby K. Payne, PhD)
  • Star Trek 1 (by James Blish)
  • The Land of Painted Caves (by Jean Auel)
  • Laboratory Manual in Physical Geology (Eighth Edition) (edited by Richard M. Busch)
  • Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology (Tenth Edition) (by Ed Tarbuck & Fred Lutgens, illustrated by Dennis Tasa)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time To Love (by Robert Greenberger)
  • Hard Times (by Charles Dickens)
  • Sword & Sorceress XIX (by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • What Every Teacher Should Know About Student Assessment (by Donna Walker Tileson)
  • More Dykes To Watch Out For (by Alison Bechdel)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #62: Maximum Warp Book 1 of 2 (by Dave Galanter & Greg Brodeur)
  • In A Sunburned Country (by Bill Bryson)
  • Star Trek Voyager #15: Echoes (by Dean Wesley Smith, Kristine Katherine Rusch, and Nina Kiriki Hoffman)
  • Burning Shadows (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #61: Diplomatic Implausibility (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Teaching In The Middle School (by M. Lee Manning and Katherine T. Bucher)
  • A Dangerous Climate (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • I'll Mature When I'm Dead (by Dave Barry)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Homecoming (by Christie Golden)
  • Two Gentlemen of Verona (Folger Shakespeare Library Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Skin Trade (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time To Harvest (by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore)
  • The Fall Of Neskaya (by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Deborah J. Ross)
  • The Onion Ad Nauseam Volume 15, Fanfare For The Area Man (edited by Carol Kolb and Robert Siegel)
  • Dombey & Son (by Charles Dickens)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #60: Tooth and Claw (by Doranna Durgin)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #59: Gemworld, Book 2 of 2 (by John Vornholt)
  • Physical Science (Eighth Edition) (by Bill W. Tillery)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #58: Gemworld, Book 1 of 2 (by John Vornholt)
  • You Can't Schedule Stupidity (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek Movie Tie-In (by Alan Dean Foster)
  • Educational Psychology (by John Santrock)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #57: The Forgotten War (by William R. Forstchen)
  • The First Days of School -- How To Be An Effective Teacher (by Harry K. Wong & Rosemary T. Wong)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #56: Double Helix Book 6 of 6, The First Virtue (by Michael Jan Friedman & Christie Golden)
  • Star Trek Mirror Universe: Shards and Shadows (by Chroistopher L. Bennett, Margaret Wander Bonanno, Peter David, Keith R. A. DeCandido, Michael Jan Friedman, Jim Johnson, Rudy Josephs, David Mack, Dave Stern, James Swallow, Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore, and Susan Wright)
  • Ethics, Theory & Practice ( by Jacques P. Thiroux & Keith W. Krasemann)
  • Star Trek Voyager #14: Marooned (by Christie Golden)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time To Sow (by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore)
  • Star Trek Errand of Fury, Book 3: Sacrifices of War (by Kevin Ryan)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time To Die (by John Vornholt)
  • Who Let The Dogs In? (Incredible Political Animals I Have Known) (by Molly Ivins)
  • The Creative Writer's Craft (by Rick Bailey, William Burns, Linda Denstaedt, Claire Needham, & Nancy Ryan)
  • Star Trek Vulcan's Soul, Book III: Epiphany (by Josepha Sherman & Susan Shwartz)
  • Star Trek Voyager #13: The Black Shore (by Greg Cox)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #55: Double Helix #5 of 6, Double Or Nothing (by Peter David)
  • Taking Sides: Clashing Views In Human Sexuality (Eleventh Edition) by William J. Taverner & Ryan W. McKee
  • Star Trek: Troublesome Minds (by Dave Galanter)
  • The Fairy Faith in Celtic Countries (by W.Y. Evans-Wentz)
  • A Kiss Of Shadows (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Blood Noir (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Zachary Taylor: Soldier, Planter, Statesman of the Old South (by K. Jack Bauer)
  • Star Trek Voyager: The Nanotech War (by Steven Piziks)
  • Teaching and Learning with Technology (by Judy Lever-Duffy & Jean B. McDonald)
  • Star Trek Voyager #12: Chrysalis (by David Niall Wilson)
  • Thriving On Vague Objectives (by Scott Adams)
  • The Life of Tymon of Athens (Applause First Folio Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • The Well-Educated Mind (by Susan Wise Bauer)
  • Dave Barry's History of the Millennium (So Far) (by Dave Barry)
  • The Woad To Wuin (by Peter David)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: The Expanse (by J.M. Dillard)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time To Be Born (by John Vornholt)
  • Star Trek: The Brave & The Bold, Book 2 (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Chronicle of the Russian Tsars (by David Warnes)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #54: Double Helix Book 4 of 6, Quarantine (by John Vornholt)
  • Raising a Gifted Child: A Parenting Success Handbook (by Carol Fertig)
  • Gifted Children, A Guide For Parents & Professionals (edited by Kate Distin)
  • The Roadrunner (by James W. Cornett)
  • Roadrunners by Lynn Hassler Kaufman
  • Communication Principles for a Lifetime (Portable Edition Volumes 1-4) by Steven A. Beebe, Susan J. Beebe, and Diana K. Ivy)
  • Biting The Wax Tadpole: Confessions of a Language Fanatic (by Elizabeth Little)
  • A Walk In The Woods (by Bill Bryson)
  • Statistics: Concepts & Controversies (by David Moore & William Notz)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Warpath (by David Mack)
  • Clan Novel: Nosferatu (by Gherbod Fleming)
  • Politics In Action: Cases In Modern American Government (by Gary Wasserman)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #53: Double Helix Book 3 of 6, Red Sector (by Diane Carey)
  • The Penny Prophecy (by Emma Sharon Rich)
  • Clan Novel: Tremere (by Eric Griffin)
  • Clan Novel: Brujah (by Gherbod Fleming)
  • Star Trek Voyager #11: The Garden (by Melissa Scott)
  • Star Trek Voyager #10: Bless The Beasts (by Karen Haber)
  • Bel Canto (by Ann Patchett)
  • The American Democracy (by Thomas E. Patterson)
  • Star Trek Voyager #9: The Final Fury (by Dafydd ab Hugh)
  • Animal Behavior (by Lee C. Drickamer)
  • Sir Apropos of Nothing (by Peter David)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Endgame (by Diane Carey)
  • Star Trek The Badlands Book 2 of 2 (by Susan Wright)
  • Dave Barry's Gift Guide to End All Gift Guides (by Dave Barry)
  • Star Trek Mirror Universe: Glass Empires (by Mike Sussman, Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore, David Mack & Greg Cox)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #52: Double Helix Book 2 of 6, Vectors (by Dean Wesley Smith & Kristine Katherine Rusch)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Gateways Book Five of Seven, No Man's Land (by Christie Golden)
  • Adolescence (by John W. Santrock)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #51: Double Helix Book 1 of 6, Infection (by John Gregory Betancourt)
  • Star Trek Mirror Universe: Obsidian Alliances (by Keith R.A. DeCandido, Peter David, & Sarah Shaw)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Fearful Symmetry (by Olivia Woods)
  • The Lost Continent (by Bill Bryson)
  • Clan Novel: Giovanni (by Justin Achille)
  • The Harlequin (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • James K. Polk, A Political Biography To The End Of A Career, 1845-1849 (by Eugene Irving McCormac)
  • Clan Novel: Malkavian (by Stewart Wieck)
  • The Theory of Cat Gravity (by Robin Wood)
  • A History of Britain (At The Edge of the World?) 3500 B.C. -- 1603 A.D. (by Simon Schama)
  • Danse Macabre (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Boogers Are My Beat (by Dave Barry)
  • Homosexuality & Civilization (by Louis Crompton)
  • The Onion Ad Nauseam Volume 13 (edited by Robert Siegel)
  • Star Trek New Frontier #17: Treason (by Peter David)
  • Peace Kills (by P.J. O'Rourke)
  • The Bookseller of Kabul (by Asne Seierstad)
  • Star Trek Voyager #8: Cybersong (by S.N. Lewitt)
  • James K. Polk, A Political Biography To The Prelude of War, 1795-1845 (by Eugene Irving McCormac)
  • Worlds of Star Trek Deep Space Nine Volume 3: The Dominion & Ferenginar (by David R. George III & Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • The Popes, Histories & Secrets (by Claudio Rendina, translated by Paul D. McCusker)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Hollow Men (by Una McCormack)
  • Worlds of Star Trek Deep Space Nine Volume 2: Trill & Bejor (by Andy Mangels & Michael A Martin, and J. Noah Kim)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: The Good That Men Do (by Andy Mangels & Michael A. Martin)
  • Worlds of Star Trek Deep Space Nine Volume One: Cardassia & Andor (by Una McCormack & Heather Jarman)
  • A Deadly Shade of Gold (by John D. MacDonald)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #50: Dyson Sphere (by Charles Pellegrino & George Zebrowski)
  • The Blue Bear (by Lynn Schooler)
  • Dave Barry On Dads (by Dave Barry)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #49: Q-Strike (by Greg Cox)
  • The Machiavellian's Guide To Womanizing (by Nick Casanova)
  • The Callahan Touch (by Spider Robinson)
  • Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows (by J.K. Rowling)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #48: Q-Zone (by Greg Cox)
  • Chronicle of the Pharohs (by Peter A. Clayton)
  • Micah (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • The Stainless Steel Rat (by Harry Harrison)
  • Star Trek I.K.S. Gorkon #3: Enemy Territory (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Prophecy & Change (edited by Marco Palmieri)
  • Time Travelers Strictly Cash (by Spider Robinson)
  • Incubus Dreams (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • The Shadow Matrix (by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • Conversations With Dogbert (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek: Tales From The Captain's Table (edited by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • My Teenage Son's Goal In Life Is To Make Me Feel 3,500 Years Old (by Dave Barry)
  • Star Trek: Myriad Universes: Infinity's Prism (by William Leisner, Christopher L. Bennett, & James Swallow)
  • Chronicle of the Roman Republic (by Philip Matyszak)
  • Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince (by J. K . Rowling)
  • Sharra's Exile (by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Left Hand of Destiny, Book 2 (by J.G. Hertzler & Jeffrey Lang)
  • Star Trek Stargazer #5: Enigma (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Star Trek #97: In The Name of Honor (by Dayton Ward)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #47: Q-Space (by Greg Cox)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #27: A Stitch In Time (by Andrew J. Robinson)
  • Please Don't Feed The Egos (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #26: The Liberated (by Daffyd ab Hugh)
  • Star Trek #96: Honor Blade (by Diane Duane)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #25: The Courageous (by Daffyd ab Hugh)
  • Clan Novel: Ravnos (by Kathleen Ryan)
  • Callahan's Secret (by Spider Robinson)
  • Clan Novel: Assamite (by Gherbod Fleming)
  • Star Trek I.K.S. Gorkon #2: Honor Bound (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Left Hand of Destiny, Book 1 (by J.G. Hertzler & Jeffrey Lang)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Genesis Force (by John Vornholt)
  • Star Trek #95: Swordhunt (by Diane Duane)
  • Star Trek #94: Challenger (by Diane Carey)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #24: The Conquered (by Daffyd ab Hugh)
  • Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon #1: A Good Day To Die (by Keith R. A. DeCandido)
  • Star Trek #93: Thin Air (by Kristine Kathryn Rusch & Dean Wesley Smith)
  • Star Trek: The Brave & The Bold, Book 1 (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Unity (by S.D. Perry)
  • Hawkmistress (by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #46: To Storm Heaven (by Esther Friesner)
  • Star Trek Deep Space 9: Rising Son (by S.D. Perry)
  • Star Trek SCE #8: Aftermath (by various authors)
  • Star Trek #92: The Flaming Arrow (by Kathy & Jerry Oltion)
  • Harry Potter & The Order of the Phoenix (by J.K. Rowling)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Do Comets Dream? (by S.P. Somtow)
  • Saint-Germain Memoirs (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • Star Trek Deep Space 9: Mission Gamma #4, Lesser Evil (by Robert Simpson)
  • Star Trek Stargazer #4: Oblivion (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Borne In Blood (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • Star Trek Errand of Fury #2: Demands of Honor (by Kevin Ryan)
  • Star Trek Voyager #7: A Ghost of a Chance (by Mark A. Garland & Charles G. McGraw)
  • Star Trek Voyager #6: The Murdered Sun (by Christie Golden)
  • The Fluorescent Light Glistens Off Your Head (by Scott Adams)
  • Why I Am A Conservative (by P.J. O'Rourke)
  • Roman Dusk (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Mission Gamma #3, Cathedral (by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels)
  • Star Trek #91: Rough Trails (by L.A. Graf)
  • Martin Van Buren & The Romantic Age of American Politics (by John Niven)
  • Clan Novel: Lasombra (by Richard Dansky)
  • Star Trek Stargazer #3: Three (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Cerulean Sins (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek New Frontier #16: Missing In Action (by Peter David)
  • Star Trek #90: Belle Terre (by Dean Wesley Smith)
  • I Am The Cat, Don't Forget That (by Valerie Shaff & Roy Blount, Jr.)
  • Star Trek #89: Wagon Train To The Stars (by Diane Carey)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Shadow (by Dean Wesley Smith & Kristine Kathryn Rusch)
  • Star Trek #88: Across The Universe (by Pamela Sargent & George Zebrowski)
  • Star Trek: Excelsior: Forged In Fire (by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels)
  • Dilbert and the Way of the Weasel (by Scott Adams)
  • The Baby Train and Other Lusty Urban Legends (by Jan Harold Brunvand)
  • Atheistic Humanism (by Antony Flew)
  • Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc (by Mark Twain)
  • Star Trek: Captain's Glory (by William Shatner)
  • Zen Cat (by Judith Adler)
  • Narcissus In Chains (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • John Tyler: Champion of the Old South (by Oliver P. Chitwood)
  • John Adams (by David McCullough)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Mission Gamma #2, This Gray Spirit (by Heather Jarman)
  • Star Trek Stargazer #2: Progenitor (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Star Trek Stargazer #1: Gauntlet (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Star Trek #87: Enterprise (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • The Greatest Invention In The History of Mankind Is Beer (by Dave Barry)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #45: Intellivore (by Diane Duane)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #23: The 34th Rule (by David R. George III)
  • Star Trek Voyager: Equinox (by Diane Carey)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #22: Vengeance (by Dafydd ab Hugh)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Insurrection (by J.M. Dillard)
  • Star Trek: The Empty Chair (by Diane Duane)
  • Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity (by Bruce Bagemihl)
  • Star Trek Gateways #7: What Lay Beyond (by Diane Carey)
  • Merely Mortal? Can You Survive Your Own Death? (by Antony Flew)
  • Star Trek SCE #7: Breakdowns (by Scott Ciencin)
  • Dogbert's Management Handbook (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #44: The Death of Princes (by John Peel)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #21: Trial By Error (by Mark Garland)
  • It's Not Funny If I Have To Explain It (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Mission Gamma #1, Twilight (by David R. George III)
  • Star Trek #86: Constitution (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: Last Full Measure (by Michael A. Martin)
  • Juggernaut (by Desmond Bagley)
  • Star Trek Gateways #6: Cold Wars (by Peter David)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #43: A Fury Scorned (by Pamela Sargent)
  • Star Trek SCE #6: Wildfire (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: The Battle of Betazed (by Susan Kearney)
  • Slavemaster President: The Double Career of James Polk (by William Dusinberre)
  • Star Trek: Crucible: Kirk (by David R. George III)
  • The Punic Wars (by Adrian Goldsworthy)
  • Don't Stand Where The Comet Is Assumed To Strike Oil (by Scott Adams)
  • A Short History Of Nearly Everything (by Bill Bryson)
  • Another Day In Cubicle Paradise (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek: Burning Dreams (by Margaret Wander Bonanno)
  • Star Trek: Crucible: Spock (by David R. George III)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: A Hard Rain (by Dean Wesley Smith)
  • Odd Thomas (by Dean Koontz)
  • The Onion Presents Our Dumb Century (by Robert Siegel)
  • Star Trek: Crucible: McCoy (by David R. George III)
  • Darkover Landfall (by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • Star Trek Vulcan's Soul #2: Exiles (by Josepha Sherman)
  • An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963 (by Robert Dallek)
  • The Vivero Letter (by Desmond Bagley)
  • What Do You Call A Sociopath In A Cubicle? (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek: Dark Passions #2 (by Susan Wright)
  • Obsidian Butterfly (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek: Dark Passions #1 (by Susan Wright)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Abyss (by Jeffrey Lang)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #19: The Tempest (by Susan Wright)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Immortal Coil (by Jeffrey Lang)
  • Star Trek #85: Republic (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #20: Wrath of the Prophets (by Peter David)
  • The Name of the Wind (by Patrick Rothfuss)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #42: Infiltrator (by W.R. Thompson)
  • Blue Moon (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Enemy Women (by Paulette Jiles)
  • Brothel: Mustang Rance & Its Women (by Alexa Albert)
  • Martin Van Buren and the Emergence of American Popular Politics (by Joel H. Silbey)
  • Star Trek Vulcan's Soul #1: Exodus (by Jopsepha Sherman)
  • Clan Novel: Ventrue (by Gherbod Fleming)
  • When Did Ignorance Become A Point Of View (by Scott Adams)
  • The Sex Chronicles (by Zane)
  • Dave Barry's Money Secrets (by Dave Barry)
  • Old Tippecanoe: William Henry Harrison and His Time (by Freeman Cleaves)
  • Free Amazons of Darkover (by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #41: Soldiers of Fear (by Dean Wesley Smith)
  • Dispatches From The Tenth Circle: The Best of the Onion (by Robert Siegel)
  • Star Trek #84: Assignment: Eternity (by Greg Cox)
  • The Witch Book (by Raymond Buckland)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #39: Rogue Saucer (by John Vornholt)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #40: Possession (by J.M. Dillard)
  • Star Trek The Captain's Table #6: Where Sea Meets Sky (by Jerry Oltion)
  • Dilbert: A Treasury of Sunday Strips (by Scott Adams)
  • Star Trek Voyager #5: Incident at Arbuk (by John Gregory Betancourt)
  • Star Trek #82: Mind Meld (by John Vornholt)
  • Star Trek Enterprise: Rosetta (by Dave Stern)
  • Empty City (by Gabriel Shapiro)
  • Star Trek #83: Heart of the Sun (by Pamela Sargent)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Avatar #2 (by S.D. Perry)
  • Star Trek The Captain's Table #5: Once Burned (by Peter David)
  • Star Trek SCE #5: Foundations (by Dayton Ward)
  • Napalm & Silly Putty (by George Carlin)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #38: Dragon's Honor (by Kij Johnson)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #36: Into The Nebula (by Gene DeWeese)
  • Twilight Girls (by Paula Christian)
  • Star Trek The Captain's Table #4: Fire Ship (by Diane Carey)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: The Valiant (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Star Trek Errand of Fury #1: Seeds of Rage (by Kevin Ryan)
  • Sirens & Other Daemon Lovers: Magical Tales of Love & Seduction (by Ellen Datlow)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #37: The Last Stand (by Brad Ferguson)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Engines of Destiny (by Gene DeWeese)
  • Star Trek #81: Mudd In Your Eye (by Jerry Oltion)
  • Star Trek #79: First Strike (by Diane Carey)
  • Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire (by J.K. Rowling)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #35: The Romulan Stratagem (by Robert Greenberger)
  • Star Trek The Eugenics Wars #3: To Reign In Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh (by Greg Cox)
  • Star Trek #80: The Joy Machine (by James Gunn)
  • Star Trek Deep Sapce Nine: Avatar 1 (by S.D. Perry)
  • Weird And Wonderful Words (by Simon Winchester)
  • Byzantium: The Apogee (by John Julius Norwich)
  • Microsoft Office 2003 (by David Beskeen)
  • Star Trek #78: The Rings of Tautee (by Dean Wesley Smith)
  • The Cultural Literacy Trivia Guide (by Steven J. Ferrill)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #18: Saratoga (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Star Trek #76: The Captain's Daughter (by Peter David)
  • Star Trek #77: Twilight's End (by Jerry Oltion)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #17: The Heart of the Warrior (by John Gregory Betancourt)
  • The Taming of the Shrew (Dover Thrift Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #34: Blaze of Glory (by Simon Hawke)
  • Star Trek: Federation (by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens)
  • Burnt Offerings (by Laurell K. Hamilton)
  • Star Trek #75: First Frontier (by Diane Carey)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #33: Balance Of Power (by Dafydd ab Hugh)
  • Understanding Business (by William G. Nickels)
  • Jaws (by Peter Benchley)
  • Star Trek Gateways #3: Doors Into Chaos (by Robert Greenberger)
  • Dave Barry Is Not Taking This Sitting Down (by Dave Barry)
  • The Pendragon Chronicles (by Michael Ashley)
  • Star Trek Voyager #4: Violations (by Susan Wright)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #32: Requiem (by Michael Jan Friedman)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation: Rogue (by Andy Mangels)
  • Star Trek New Frontier #15: After The Fall (by Peter David)
  • Star Trek #74: The Fearful Sumons (by Denny Martin Flinn)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #30: Debtor's Planet (by W.R. Thompson)
  • Star Trek #73: Recovery (by J.M. Dillard)
  • Star Trek The Next Generation #31: Foreign Foes (by Dave Galanter)
  • Romeo & Juliet (Dover Thrift Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Star Trek Gateways #4: Demons of Air & Darkness (by Keith R.A. DeCandido)
  • The Deep Blue Good-Bye (by John D. MacDonald)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine Millennium #3: Inferno (by Judith Reeves-Stevens)
  • Women In The Civil War (by Mary Elizabeth Massey)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine Millennium #2: The War of the Prophets (by Judith Reeves-Stevens)
  • Coriolanus (Dover Thrift Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Relativity: The Special and the Genral Theory (by Albert Einstein)
  • The Winter's Tale (Dover Thrift Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
  • Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban (by J.K. Rowling)
  • Star Trek SCE #4: No Surrender (by Mike Collins)
  • States Of Grace (by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • Dave Barry Hits Below The Beltway (by Dave Barry)
  • Enough's Enough (by Calvin Trillin)
  • Star Trek #72: The Better Man (by Howard Weinstein)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine Millennium #1: The Fall Of Terok Nor (by Judith Reeves-Stevens)
  • Star Trek #71: Crossroad (by Barbara Hambly)
  • Clan Novel: Setite (by Kathleen Ryan)
  • Dilbert Gives You The Business (by Scott Adams)
  • StarTrek: The Genesis Wave 3 (by John Vornholt)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Lives of Dax (by Marco Palmieri)
  • Star Trek #70: Traitor Winds (by L.A. Graf)
  • Clan Novel: Tzimisce (by Eric Griffin)
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine #16: Time's Enemy (by L.A. Graf)
  • All's Well That Ends Well (Dover Thrift Edition) (by William Shakespeare)
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  • Shadows On The Hill (Immortal Eyes Trilogy, Book 2) (by Jackie Cassada)
  • Star Trek 11 (by James Blish)
  • Unbeholden (World of Darkness, Masque of the Red Death Trilogy, Book 3) (by Robert Weinberg)
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  • Star Trek Log Eight (by Alan Dean Foster)
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin (by Harriet Beecher Stowe)
  • The Stainless Steel Rat Goes To Hell (by Harry Harrison)
  • Windfall (by Desmond Bagley)
  • Resurrection: Myth or Reality (by John Shelby Spong)
  • Star Trek: Vulcan's Heart (by Susan Shwartz)
  • Dave Barry Turns 50 (by Dave Barry)
  • Star Trek Log Seven (by Alan Dean Foster)
  • Eat The Rich (by P.J. O'Rourke)
  • Stainless Steel Visions (by Harry Harrison)
  • Mutiny On The Amistad (by Howard Jones)
  • Star Trek: Klingon (by Dean Wesley Smith)
  • The Stainless Steel Rat Gets Drafted (by Harry Harrison)
  • Star Trek: Dark Victory (by William Shatner)
  • Republican Party Reptile (by P.J. O'Rourke)
  • The Stainless Steel Rat Sings The Blues (by Harry Harrison)
  • Headlines IV: The Next Generation (by Jay Leno)
  • Lord Valentine's Castle (by Robert Silverberg)
  • The Anatomist (by Federico Andahazi)
  • The Man-Kzin Wars, Book 1 (by Larry Niven)
  • Sword & Sorceress XVI (by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • Lincoln (by David Herbert Donald)
  • Sword & Sorceress XV (by Marion Zimmer Bradley)
  • Toybox (Immortal Eyes Trilogy, Book 1) (by Jackie Cassada)
  • Native American History: A Chronology of a Culture's Vast Achievements and Their Links To World Events (by Judith Nies)
  • The Dracula Tape (by Fred Saberhagen)
  • Star Trek Log Six (by Alan Dean Foster)