Archive for July, 2010
Next, by Michael Crichton, is another winner. He really did his research for this and definitely takes a stand on genetic testing. Instead of throwing his opinion in your face, however, he presents his ideas on the matter and allows you to decide whether or not you agree. The novel can get kind of confusing at times because there are a lot of characters, but they are all inter-related in some way. It’s not a very action-packed book, but it kept me entertained in a different way.
Airframe by Michael Crichton was an awesome book, to say the least. He really knows what he is talking about when he writes the books, rather than just making stuff up. If you know anything about airplanes, then you probably would appreciate this book!
This story is about a jetliner that experiences very weird stuff during a trans-pacific flight, resulting in millions of dollars of damage to the plane and passengers. It’s a race to find out what exactly happened to the plane on this horrible flight. While I wouldn’t call it edge-of-your-seat exciting, it was definitely a page-turner in a different sort of way.
Well, I got my computer back last night, buuut I found a new issue that wasn’t there before I took it in this last time. The two USB ports on the right don’t work. Now, it only needs to break one more time before I can get a new one!
Yay!!!!!!! I finally got my computer back tonight! So now I can get back to all my projects. 🙂
Well, Happy Birthday America! You’ve had a rather interesting life so far, but let’s not let it get too far out of hand though. I hope everyone (in the US, that is) is having a wonderful 4th of July with their families and friends. Get off the computer and go enjoy the outdoors, unless it’s raining- but maybe even then.
Speaking of computers, mine is still in the shop. I have no idea what’s wrong with it, but I hope I either get it back sometime this week or they give me a new one because it’s still under warranty. I’ve got some great ideas for houses, and I can’t wait to test them out!