Beauty Was The Case That They Gave Me

They Gave me a Seafire  

Posted by AlenMiler at June 11, 2015
They Gave me a Seafire

They Gave Me a Seafire by Commander R. Mike Crosley
English | 19 Jun. 2014 | ISBN: 1473821916 | 272 Pages | EPUB/AZW3/PDF (conv) | 19.09 MB

A classic in every sense of the word, the re-issuing of this book is sure to provoke an enthusiastic response. First published in 1986 by Airlife, its publishing history has seen a great number of glowing reviews generated, coming from both historians and participants in the proceedings that the author so eloquently relays.
Where's the Birth Certificate?: The Case that Barack Obama is not Eligible to be President

Where's the Birth Certificate?: The Case that Barack Obama is not Eligible to be President by Jerome R Corsi
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1936488299 | 392 pages | PDF | 15 MB
Family Secrets: The Case That Crippled the Chicago Mob by Jeff Coen (Repost)

Family Secrets: The Case That Crippled the Chicago Mob by Jeff Coen
English | Sep. 1, 2010 | ISBN: 1556527810, 1569765456 | 432 Pages | PDF | 8.2 MB

BBC - Sir David Frost: That Was the Life that Was (2013)  

Posted by notbanned at Aug. 14, 2014
BBC - Sir David Frost: That Was the Life that Was (2013)

BBC - Sir David Frost: That Was the Life that Was (2013)
HDTV | 1024x576 | .MP4/AVC @ 853 Kbps | 59mn 45s | Audio: English AAC 127 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English | 421 MiB
Genre: Documentary

Stephen Fry tells the story of the man who became the face of British satire at the age of twenty-three and then went on to confront an American president in the Nixon Interviews. Sir David Frost's remarkable life story is told in special interviews with his three sons and with his friends - Sir Michael Caine, Sir Michael Parkinson, Ronnie Corbett, Michael Palin and Barry Cryer. Plus insights from former prime ministers, Tony Blair and Sir John Major, who remember the man they knew and who they faced in interviews.
Where's the Birth Certificate?: The Case That Barack Obama Is Not Eligible to Be President

Jerome R. Corsi, "Where's the Birth Certificate?: The Case That Barack Obama Is Not Eligible to Be President"
2011 | ISBN: 1936488299 | 392 pages | EPUB, MOBI | 15 MB

Family Secrets: The Case That Crippled the Chicago Mob  

Posted by solncevorot85 at June 10, 2009
Family Secrets: The Case That Crippled the Chicago Mob

Family Secrets: The Case That Crippled the Chicago Mob
Publisher: Chicago Review Press | ISBN: 1556527810 | edition 2009 | PDF | 400 pages | 7,82 mb

Even in Chicago, a city steeped in mob history and legend, the Family Secrets case was a true spectacle when it made it to court in 2007. A top mob boss, a reputed consigliere, and other high-profile members of the Chicago Outfit were accused in a total of eighteen gangland killings, revealing organized crime’s ruthless grip on the city throughout the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Painting a vivid picture of murder, courtroom drama, family loyalties and disloyalties, journalist Jeff Coen accurately portrays the Chicago Outfit’s cold-blooded–and sometimes incompetent–killers and their crimes in the case that brought them down…

Future Perfect: The Case for Progress in a Networked Age [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at Sept. 30, 2016
Future Perfect: The Case for Progress in a Networked Age [repost]

Future Perfect: The Case for Progress in a Networked Age
Audio CDs in MP3 / English: MP3, 64 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: 05:26:02 | 2012 | ISBN-10: N/A | ASIN: B009CMOA9E
Size: 149 Mb | Genre: Politics

Combining the deft social analysis of Where Good Ideas Come From with the optimistic arguments of Everything Bad Is Good for You, New York Times best-selling author Steven Johnson's Future Perfect makes the case that a new model of political change is on the rise, transforming everything from local governments to classrooms, from protest movements to health care. Johnson paints a compelling portrait of this new political worldview - influenced by the success and interconnectedness of the Internet, but not dependent on high-tech solutions - that breaks with the conventional categories of liberal or conservative thinking.

Sludgeworth - Losers Of The Year (1995) REPOST  

Posted by Rehabilly at Dec. 3, 2014
Sludgeworth - Losers Of The Year (1995) REPOST

Sludgeworth - Losers Of The Year (1995)
FLAC+CUE+LOG & Complete Scanwork or MP3 CBR 320 | 382 or 106 MB

When Screeching Weasel broke up the first time in 1989, bassist Dan Schater and drummer Brian Vermin hooked up with three friends and started the new band. Sludgeworth has gotta be one of the most underappreciated and underacknowledged bands to ever come out of the Chicago music scene. Part of it was timing, part of it was the fact that they never hooked up with a decent record label and part of it was the band's differences over musical direction - differences that eventually split the band up.
Illinois Jacquet - The Blues That's Me! (1969) [Remastered 1991]

Illinois Jacquet - The Blues That's Me! (1969) [Remastered 1991]
EAC rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | Scans | 220 Mb (Incl. Recovery)
Genre ~ Bop, Mainstream Jazz, Saxophone Jazz | Label ~ Prestige Records
Rich Dad's Guide to Investing: What the Rich Invest in That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!  (Repost)

Rich Dad's Guide to Investing: What the Rich Invest in That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!
Publisher: Warner Books | ISBN: 0759581398 | edition 2001 | PDF | 404 pages | 19,1 mb

Much of the book is told in dialogues between young Kiyosaki and his rich dad, and these conversations can ramble. There are rewards for the careful reader–for example, in the middle of a section on the basic rules of investing, Kiyosaki's rich dad compares investor education to toilet training: difficult at first but eventually automatic. But getting to these inspired metaphors means wading through a lot of repetitive dialogue. It's a bit ironic that someone who advocates investor discipline should show so little as a writer. But by the end of the book, even the rambling starts to make sense. By the hundredth time you read that the rich don't work for money, and that you don't need money to make money, both concepts start to make sense. It still looks difficult to apply these ideas, but Rich Dad's Guide to Investing certainly makes the case that they'll work for anyone bold and smart enough to practice them.