The author freely admits that adevicesa are not all bad. For better or worse they have changed the world. But this book ranges far from the subject of the effects of adevices, a often into areas distinctly apolitically incorrect.a Some commentary is amusing; others might be seen as adisturbing.a This is a good companion book for your aone-way trip to Mars!a Read it, and you will never be the same again! Nor will be the society described. We live in changing times; there is a distinct sense of a arising sadnessa for lost America...So, in or about 1936, when land inMalibu was beginning to be put upfor sale by Art Jones and Pierce Sherman, ... cabin was located, and McAnany made an offer for 120 acres thatSherman did not thinkhad muchvalue or potential. ... And perhaps in listening to old Maca#39;s aramblingsa my father got the old mana#39;s sequence of things wrongathe date 1919, the building of the road up from the coast (unlikely!)anbsp;...
|Title||:||DEATH BY DEVICE|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2014-10-20|