Daily Archives: July 4, 2019

Exploring Vallejo

If Vallejo could be best compared to any of the songs on Train’s California 37 album, it would probably be “50 Ways To Say Goodbye,” because the mariachi-themed brass part of the song would work well with the general population … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dinomania

Dinomania:  Why We Love, Fear And Are Utterly Enchanted By Dinosaurs, by Boria Sax For a variety of reasons, most books about dinosaurs spent a lot of time talking about evolution (something this book does) but spend little time talking … Continue reading

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Book Review: Why Dinosaurs Matter

Why Dinosaurs Matter, by Kenneth Lacovara This is the sort of book that delivers more or less what I expected from it, which is to say that while the book certainly did not meet my own standards for excellence or … Continue reading

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Book Review: My Beloved Brontosaurus

My Beloved Brontosaurus:  On The Road With Old Bones, New Science, And Our Favorite Dinosaurs, by Brian Switek I wanted to like this book a lot more than I did.  Like many children, I grew up watching The Land Before … Continue reading

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