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Nancy by Olivia Jaimes for February 29, 2020

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Ebooks work really well for this, too – am I reading Dostoevsky or Danielle Steele? You’ll never know.

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    wesleylscott1  over 1 year ago

    Sluggo’s ingenuity parallels Nancy’s ingenuity. They were made for each other.

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    WaitingMan  over 1 year ago

    Quantum physics is actually more fantastical that most fantasy books.

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    Major Matt Mason Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Sluggo is split lit.

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    cubswin2016  over 1 year ago

    I do not think that a book on tape would get you the full experience.

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    Gerard:D  over 1 year ago

    Sluggo is getting to be too much like Nancy, he is in danger of losing his litness.

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    I Go Pogo   over 1 year ago

    A twist on the old “comic book in the school book” ploy

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    DCBakerEsq  over 1 year ago

    I just put the Playboy INSIDE the Stephen Hawking.

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    wesleylscott1  over 1 year ago

    If Sluggo gets any smarter, he may get lit and split an atom….

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    dvandom  over 1 year ago

    “The cyber-sword of destiny contains energy in a quantum well of 35eV height, and can be most easily modeled as a well that is elliptical in cross-section and rectangular in length. So the component along the blade of the sword is reducible to one-dimensional square well as discussed in chapter 5, but Bessel Functions aren’t quite correct for the cross-section…”

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    Pipe Tobacco Premium Member over 1 year ago

    I am assuming that work Sluggo is listening to is some sort of “fantasy genre” work. While “fantasy genre” works are NOT to my liking as the seem to inevitably use so very much hocus-pocus, mumbo-jumbo that I personally find them dull as dust…. I do not see any reason for Sluggo to hide this…. it is a valid (though IMO blah) form of literature.

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    gooddavid  over 1 year ago

    I’m 58, male, teach science and agriculture and I read whatever books I want without worrying about what others think. Some of the books for little kids are pretty good. Some of the romance books aren’t bad, I just enjoy reading. ;)

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    Hue SL  over 1 year ago

    book plug: “How to Explain Quantum Physics to Your Dog” and “How to Explain Relativity to Your Dog”, make unintuitive subjects in physics easier to understand, and in an entertaining manner. There’s not an audio version of the first one, but the audio version of Relativity was released just a few weeks ago. Also, if library doesn’t have the quantum physics books / audio or the cybersword and src-ery books / audio you want, you can suggest them. I suggested a book, expecting it to be put on a list and maybe they’d get it within a year, and they actually ordered it within a week. So the minute or two it takes you to fill out the form is worth the try.

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    Kip Williams  over 1 year ago

    Audiobooks help pass the time on two-day drives. Radio adaptations are useful for this as well (the BBC’s “I, Claudius” from the 80s is particularly good).

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