Susan LaCroix
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Scott A. Hunt replied to Susan LaCroix's discussion If you had to choose, what would be your top 3 sci-fi books? in the group Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists
"Forgot about "Ready Player One".  Amazing.  I'd move it into my 2nd place.  If you happened to grow up in the 80's you should read it.  Even better on audio."
Nov 30, 2011
Scott A. Hunt replied to Susan LaCroix's discussion If you had to choose, what would be your top 3 sci-fi books? in the group Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists
"Snow Crash Cryptonomicon Ender's Game"
Nov 30, 2011
Loren Miller replied to Susan LaCroix's discussion If you had to choose, what would be your top 3 sci-fi books? in the group Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists
"Seems to me I picked up Variable Star not long after it first came out in hardback.  After being so long not having heard Heinlein's voice, that was so very refreshing!  Sure, in a lot of ways, it was a redux of some of RAH's…"
Nov 16, 2011
Anthony Allen replied to Susan LaCroix's discussion If you had to choose, what would be your top 3 sci-fi books? in the group Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists
"Robert Silverberg, Star of Gypsies (read that about 6 times in the span of 2 years) Neal Stephenson, The Diamond Age, or A Young Lady's Illustrated Primer Robert Heinlien/Spider Robinson, Variable Star (Found it in the bargain bin... absolutely…"
Nov 16, 2011
Ryan Papp replied to Susan LaCroix's discussion If you had to choose, what would be your top 3 sci-fi books? in the group Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists
"The Naked God (Really all of the NIghts Dawn Trilogy by Pter F. Hamilton) The Dark Beyond the Stars <---- kickass Revelation Space/Redemption Ark by Alastair Reynolds. Snow Crash was pretty good too."
Nov 14, 2011
James replied to Susan LaCroix's discussion If you had to choose, what would be your top 3 sci-fi books? in the group Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists
"Foundation by Isaac Asimov Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein Legion of the Damned by William C. Dietz  "
Oct 27, 2011
Loren Miller replied to Susan LaCroix's discussion If you had to choose, what would be your top 3 sci-fi books? in the group Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists
""Got any dragons you want killed?"  Glory Road is GREAT fun and certainly deserves mention."
Sep 27, 2011
Diana Bett replied to Susan LaCroix's discussion If you had to choose, what would be your top 3 sci-fi books? in the group Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists
"I think we'll get along splendidly-- you've named half a dozen of my favorites!"
Sep 27, 2011

I've been busy this summer, that's for sure . . .

Many years ago I raised & kept parrots as pets, I even bred them for awhile. So now that I have the time again, I've gotten back into it. I recently purchased 4 baby lovebirds from a breeder in my area and they need hand fed every 4 hours. When they reach about 6 months of age I'll set up breeding boxes and see what happens. Even if they don't have babies I enjoy their company so much. They're small in stature but big in personality! Also, they come in various colors which makes them so pretty. These little clowns love cuddling and playing on me, so they're out of their cages most of the day.

I've been babysitting my granddaughter 3 days a week too. She'll turn 2 in October and is so smart & funny. We watch "Sponge Bob & Dora the Explorer" a lot and I get all the hugs and kisses that I want :)

Now that the college football season has begun, my son & I spend Saturdays together watching the Ohio State games. Go Buckeyes! Being a college town, game day is pretty insane around here. The rest of my time is spent online or reading. I've always been a huge sci-fi fan and there's so many books I haven't read yet. It's a good thing I read fast!

Life's been treating me good lately and I love every minute of it. I posted a few photos of the babies, take a look.

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At 1:14pm on May 19, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…
Greetings, Susan! I'd like to invite you to a group where we talk about anything on our minds, Hang With Friends.
At 8:59am on March 1, 2010, Little Name Atheist said…
Happy birthday, Susan!
At 5:54pm on January 10, 2010, Howard S. Dunn said…
SF is one of the most intelligent bastions of atheism available to children - I started to read it - with the encouragement of a nun - in the sixth grade (the same year I was 'confirmed'.) Go figure.
At 3:35pm on January 6, 2010, SJ said…
Please post some pics of your art. I've always admired/been annoyed by people who have a creative side and are able to express it well.
At 4:59pm on December 29, 2009, Little Name Atheist said…
How are things in Columbus?
At 10:37pm on December 26, 2009, Jim DePaulo said…
Susan,
Thanks for the friend invite
I was re-reading the discussion you started in the SF group on the top 3 favorites and came acrossed this comment of yours,
"I can't write but I do value having a great imagination, nothing is better than losing myself in another universe for a few hours."
On Xmas I saw Avatar and it will take you to that other universe of which you write and immerse you in it for 2 1/2 hours. My wife is a professional artist and she was in a trance for 2 1/2 hours . There is so much in the film that one can't possibly absorb it all in a single viewing - I know I didn't. Make sure the theater is showing the 3D version - preferable in IMAX
At 1:58am on October 21, 2009, sekhar said…
Hope you had seen my paper called virtual reality.Your comments invited
thank you
sekhar
At 8:24pm on September 26, 2009, Stephen Goldin said…
Welcome to the SFF group. Hope you have a lot of fun here.
At 8:09pm on July 11, 2009, Richard Healy said…
The Switzerland photos are now all up as promised.
At 3:31pm on July 11, 2009, Richard Healy said…
S'funny I thought you'd seen the pumpkins before! ;-)

I never did update my page with the Switzerland photos. I really must. I'll let you know when they are up - some of them are stunning if I do say so myself....

I've not been around much either. I sort of lurked and didn't post much. Sorry to hear you've had a hectic time from the sounds of it!

I gave up on windows and moved onto mac. :D Best decision I think I ever made.

I thought they made harddrives to crazy sizes these days - what is your hard drive full of???
Don't answer that ';-)

Well the thign about a new harddrive installation is whther or not you intend to run the operating system off of it.

If the second hard drive is just going to serve as a data dump where you can stick all the files and folders you don't want clogging up hard drive 1, then formatting it should be as simple as finding the hard drive once installed and saying "format this form me please" (I think right-click on the drive.)

Whatever you do DON'T format the drive with all your files on - otherwise they are gone for good and if you don't have the install discs then you'll be well and truly buggered.

So Step 1) Check which hard drive is which. (Hint: one will say 99% full the other will be empty - again under preferences right click on the drive icon.)

but assuming you've found the right drive right-click select format and go through the instructions and prompts and windows *should* format the thing and sweep it clear. Ready for you to drag and drop everything you've got on the other one to clear some room.

Essentially you'll be treating it as a portable USB drive, with the one major exception that if you try to suspend it from a dongle around your neck you'll probably give yourself spinal damage! ;-)

Re: work yup still unemployed but I had an interview on..letmesee...Thursday 9th. So *fingers crossed*

I started a new Dennet (Darwin's Dangerous idea) and started on some Pinker (The Language Instinct)
 
 
 

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