Quite a few people have blogged this already, but, because of the coolness factor:
Human-skin bound books - yahoo.com
The practice of binding books in human skin was not uncommon in centuries past, even if it was not always discussed in polite society.
Personally, I'd dig my skin to be used in such a matter.
Evo Morales in South Africa - allafrica.com
Institute for Democracy in SA director Ivor Jenkins said Morales would look at the processes of writing a new constitution and economic reconstruction. Roelf Meyer, a former member of the National Party government who helped to draw up SA's constitution, has visited Bolivia to advise on the constitutional process.
One can't help having a soft spot for Evo.
Stuff I Collect - Covers - Oregon Coast - Astoria to Kansas City, 1917 The following is a modification of my post in the US : Covers : Ge...
WW1 Pin - Shipyard Volunteer Pin Stuff I Collect - Militaria Labelled "Shipyard Volunteer". Reverse: "Whitehead &...
USA Vermont Morrisville, 24 March 2013
Here is a clipping from the San Francisco Examiner of 17 April, 1979. It mentions RuneQuest, Greg Stafford, and Chaosium. Click here ...