I told you that story to get to this one: since I have been busy cleaning, I am not as far as I would like to be in The Heat Is On. At page 86, I think I am about 1/3 of the way. I have to admit, I am not as entertained by Gelbspan in this book as I was in The Boiling Point. I have not lost faith that there will be some interesting context, though. I might have a bit of reserve, due to the publication date, but I am not meaning to put it down the way I did with The Religious Case Against Belief.
You are probably wondering why I am bothering with a post; in all honesty, I just want to stay in the habit of writting. Therefore, this will be a very short post.
Hope you enjoyed the pictures in the last post, here are a few more:
My Father-In-Law and how Australians celebrate Christmas. (Dandenong, Australia 2007)
My first experience driving "backwards". (Australia 2007)
After Christmas brunch, it's time for some backyard cricket. (Australia 2007)
Point Udall, the Eastern most point of the United States (St. Croix, USVI May 2011)
A gorgeous church in downtown St. Christiansted (St. Croix 2011)
Columbus Landing, where Christopher Columbus first landed when he reached the Caribbean (St. Croix May 2011)