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Uncle John's Bathroom Readers are a series of books containing trivia and short essays on miscellaneous topics, ostensibly for reading in the bathroom. The introductions in the books, as well as brief notes in some articles, provide small pieces of information about Uncle John.
Uncle John's True Crime. Do you like to read great stories? This book is loaded with them! We’ve rounded up the best cops-and-robber articles we’ve ever done-plus a rogue’s gallery of new offenders. You’ll read about dumb crooks and criminal masterminds, mafia henchman and low-level goons, ancient warriors and Old West gunslingers, crazed cops and jovial judges, and even a few loony lawyers and crooked Wall Street types. It’s the True Crime book that only Uncle John could make! Here are some of the unusual suspects.
This book came about through a stream of conscious typing experience that lasted for twenty-one days. My starting point for this book was the question of what the greatest leader in the world would be like. I’d just come back from a year of backpacking the world and something had opened within me. Something told me to sit down at my computer and start typing. It was relevant to me because we’re all leaders, even if the only person we’re leading is ourselves. From there the story took on a life and feel of its own, including the idea of Museum Day. Keep Reading. The Big Five for Life Continued.
This book was originally published under the pseudonym Captain Charles Johnson in 1724, contemporary with most of the pirate whose careers it recounts. The author clearly interviewed many people connected with the Golden Age of Piracy, including Woodes Rogers who worked to end the reign of the pirates.
The ragged rabbit giant. Uncle john hare's party. The woodland elf. "Fee, fie!" The old witch. Doctor cat. The big black bear.
If they decide to go hot, we'll sink 'em. If they play it cool, we'll tail them. The Yanks are taking care of the Greenland-Iceland gap; America and NATO - the Iceland-Faeroes gap; NATO and ourselves, Faeroes-Shetland; and the Royal Navy on its own, the Shetland-Orkneys gap and the Pentland Firth.
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