Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

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Ray Bradbury and books

Ray Bradbury is 89 years young, loves books, thinks the internet isn’t real, would like to spend more time with Bo Derek, doesn’t believe in colleges and universities ("I believe in libraries"), remembers being born, and thinks you can live forever if you do what you love. He is trying to raise money for a hurting public library in Ventura County. A good man, this. Bill Allen and I did a long interview with him when we were students, in 1968 (or 1969). We liked him much even in our youth. Although already famous, he talked with us as if we were serious people, looking us in the eye, taking our loose questions (we began with Thomas Mann for reasons I can no longer remember) he made better questions of them; his answers always made an opening into something more. He was the third real teacher I ever met. The interview is reprinted in this book. I’m going to send a few bucks to the library.

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Bradbury is a class act. He's also right about many things.

Great! The book can be a gift! And speaking of gift, a Hollywood celebrity refuse to accept a gift given by her fan! Megan Fox.. Know her? Yeah! She is the one! Recently, a fan tried to hand her flowers at a premiere, and Megan Fox gave the poor lad, now dubbed Flower Boy, the cold shoulder. Hear that! I I were Megan, I would gladly accept the gift!


How soon will you update your blog? I’m interested in reading some more information on this issue.

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