Readable success book on the law of attraction online dating
After The History Channel’s recent season of “The Hunt For The Zodiac Killer” programmes (episodes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5), I thought it was time to get back to some non-fake-news codebreaking research.
In particular, I want to suggest an approach we might follow to try to solve the Z340 that (hopefully) won’t need a brain the size of a planet to run it.
JACK [aside to the audience]: You’d have thought it might have lasted longer than a week. “Never gonna give ewe up, never gonna let ewe down”. For a change this year, I thought I’d list them here in all their eclectic glory.
JACK’S MUM: Tell me, my darlin’ Jack, does we ‘ave anyfink in the world left ter sell? The young man unwillingly taking his cow to market, just like Rick Astley and his sheep. I’ve lightly annotated each of these cipher mystery books, to cast a little glancing light on the areas of research I’ve been working on. * The Palaeography of Gothic Manuscript Books: From the Twelfth to the Early Sixteenth Century (Cambridge Studies in Palaeography and Codicology), by Albert Derolez.
If (like me) you’re a pirate museum trivia fan, you’ll be interested to hear that the film-makers did their talking heads interviews in the Musée de la Marine and the Musée Cognacq-Jay (both in Paris), as well as on “L’Étoile du Roy“, a 46m replica of an 18th century British sixth-rate frigate that is a well-known tourist attraction in Saint-Malo (it was previously used as HMS Indefatigable in the TV series “Hornblower”). 2 x 52 minutes) documentary with fictional re-enactments (you get the idea) made by Kapali Studios, and due for release around January 2019 (so no need to get too excited just yet). DAME TROT: That still sounds like “Love, Lipstick and Lies” PRINCE SALERNO: Jest not! PRINCE SALERNO: Margaret and Jack, to free yourself from this terrible curse, you must now climb Mount Doom and hurl the book deep into the biggest Crack you can find. Is there not time for a cup of Earl Grey before one goes? When destiny raises its head, you must grasp it firmly with both hands. PRINCE SALERNO: Go now, and remember the ancient wisdom of the Masons – the bigger the Crack, the better the builder. [TO BE CONTINUED…] “La Buse, l’or maudit des Pirates de l’océan Indien” is a two-part (i.e.* French Painting in the Time of Jean de Berry, by Millard Meiss Splendidly detailed book, but don’t buy it expecting lots of extraordinary pictures, it’s mainly fine-detailed history.🙂 * Solution of the Voynich Manuscript, by Leo Levitov I’ve been meaning to buy a copy of this for myself for ages, and finally got round to it.
JACK: Only the cow you won in a virtual meat raffle, the one you called “Meteor”. JACK’S MUM [aside to the audience]: Face it, you can’t get Meteor than a cow. Magisterial yet accessible, a really great book on Gothic palaeography.