A movie of the story of Turin, however, should not be made, because they would make it suck. A Ray Harryhausen dragon would be AWESOME, though.
I like this article from Breaker: http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/international/outrage-over-plans-to-build-library-next-to-sarah-palin-201008193017/
I have an idle wish to have the book about Ed Coan, but it seems to be out of print and exorbitantly expensive. The old web pages that discuss selling it are out of date. I heard vague rumors that, several years ago, Quads Gym sold copies of the book, but that was several years ago. Ed Coan was a dominant figure in powerlifting. He was undefeated for over 16 years and often beat the competition in the world championships in his weight class by over 14%. At one time, he got the all time highest total ever for any weight class even though he weighed 200# less than the guy who previously had the record. He was like the Michael Jordan of powerlifting, except more dominant and longer-lasting. Apparently a nice guy, too.
Vibrato or not? http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/culture/stephenhough/100046034/quaver-or-not-should-orchestras-use-vibrato/ Commentary on the evolution of technique on strings.
I'm just going to post this. I'm also going to finish whatever I'm working on and go train or something.
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