Author Archives: nathanalbright

About nathanalbright

I'm a person with diverse interests who loves to read. If you want to know something about me, just ask.

On The Fortification Of Apartment Complexes

One of the many odd things I ponder is how it is that neighborhoods and condominiums and apartment complexes can better fortify themselves.  One might think of this as something that is completely ridiculous, but in the world that we … Continue reading

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Book Review: Catch And Kill

Catch And Kill:  Lies, Spies, And The Conspiracy To Protect Predators, Ronan Farrow It seems like those who write about the Harvey Weinstein case and all of its horrors are unable to limit their attention to that case but feel … Continue reading

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Book Review: War On Peace

War On Peace:  The End Of Diplomacy And The Decline Of American Influence, by Ronan Farrow In reading this book, I have to appreciate the general fairness of the author’s approach when it comes to dealing with the issue of … Continue reading

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Book Review: She Said

She Said:  Breaking The Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite A Movement, by Jodi Kantor & Megan Twohey It has been widely and often said that a reporter should never become the story, and unfortunately that is what happens here.  … Continue reading

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Meeting After Meeting

I am not someone who spends most of my life involved in meetings.   There are good reasons for this, among which is the fact that I am a somewhat antisocial person who can only spend so much time around most … Continue reading

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Book Review: Storey’s Guide To Raising Meat Goats

Storey’s Guide To Raising Meat Goats:  Managing, Breeding, Marketing, by Maggie Sayer This is an interesting book, at least for those who have some interest in animal husbandry, that suggests to the financially-minded goat breeder that there can be some … Continue reading

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Book Review: Raising Goats For Dummies

Raising Goats For Dummies, by Cheryl K. Smith One can learn a lot about the preoccupations of an author by reading their books.  And although one might think that a book in a series like this one would be devoid … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Dairy Goat Handbook

The Dairy Goat Handbook:  For Backyard, Homestead, And Small Farm, by Ann Starbard What accounts for the appeal of goats?  As is the case in many aspects of existence, there is a wide disconnect between the importance of goats worldwide, … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Patterns Of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle: Part One

As someone who saw and enjoyed the previous movie in this series when it was also released for a Fathom exclusive [1], I have to say that this is the sort of film that I can easily appreciate.  The filmmaker, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Well-Educated Mind

The Well-Educated Mind:  A Guide To The Classical Education You Never Had, by Susan Wise Bauer I must say that having read the expanded version of this book that it is not quite as good as I remember it being … Continue reading

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