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Like most people, I bought The Wall and DSOTM first, because I'm 19 and I wasn't exposed to the early floyd. This album ranks right up with the best of floyd. People are always comparing the periods of Floyd(Barret, Waters, Post-Waters). Why can't they just look at it like one band who is progessing over the years. If there is one thing to be sure of, Floyd is a prog-rock band. The songs on each album have a place in the order of the record and the albums are ment to be heard in their entirety. They are also a prog-rock band in the sense that the physical members of the band are always growing and changing as well. This a great album, plain and simple. If it had been released twenty years earlier, it still would be a great album. I just feel like people take sides over the issue of which era of Floyd is the best. They are all wonderful in their own right, so enjoy them for their differences and similarities.
Because this a review, I suppose I should describe some of the album. "What do you want from me?" is a bonafide hit, with its paced, funky flavor. "Keep talking" is really cool with the Stephen Hawking sample. But these are just a few of the top of my head. Like all FLoyd albums, this one is great as an album, meaning that you have to listen to it from start to finish. I hope you enjoy these tunes as much as I do.
Like many people I suffered from intermittent intestinal problems for many years. I purchased this book over a decade ago trying to determine what was wrong since the doctors could not pinpoint the problem. This book is very informative and gives the reader another option for moderating the problem without meds or surgery.
The book is laid out as follows:
1. Past and Present
2. Scientific Evidence Relating to Diet
3. Intestinal Microbes: The Unseen World
4. Breaking the Vicious Cycle
5. Carbohydrate Digestion
6. Beyond Gluten
7. The Brain Connection
8. Introducing the Diet
9. The Specific Carbohydrate Diet
10. Recipe Section
This book is geared primarily to people with Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn's Disease, Celiac Disease (not cured by gluten-free diet), Cystic Fibrosis, Diverticulitis and Chronic Diarrhea.
The prescription is what the author calls a "Specific Carbohydrate Diet". This diet excludes carbohydrates other than fruits, honey, properly prepared yogurt, vegetables and nuts. However, this diet is relaxed in some ways once diarrhea has cleared.
The author offered a couple sample daily menus and gives specific lists of allowed and non-allowed foods. Approximately 100 pages of the book are devoted to recipes. Since the recipes are gluten free they are good for people watching their carbohydrates. Please note that they are not carbohydrate free since this diet does advocate honey and yogurt. This book does have bread recipes, which are made with nut flours. The cheese bread made with almond meal is surprisingly tasty. There is also a pumpkin cookie with nut flour that is nice, and reasonably low in carbohydrates since the recipe only includes 3/4 cup of honey for 4-dozen cookies.
This plan relieved some of my intestinal disturbances. However, I was eventually able to determine that animal products were my problem not carbohydrates. Not exactly the answer that I was hoping for, but at least I found relief. If this plan doesn't work for you consider "Eat to Live" by Dr. Fuhrman. After years of trying every diet variation to find the answer to my GI problems that is ultimately the one that offered 100% relief for me. I will be the first one to admit that the "Specific Carbohydrate Diet" tasted better which is why I tried it first.
As a fisherman huge ships can be a massive problem. I started small enough with center consoles and cuddy's, but as my trips began heading further offshore I found myself on larger and larger ships. Before I realized what was happening I was completely hooked on Huge Ships. It destroyed many of my friendships with owners of boats and small ships as I shunned them, turning my nose up at all but the hugest of ships. I was lucky enough to have caring family who with the help of expert counselors, dragged me out onto a 20-foot rigid hull inflatable and held an intervention until I agreed to cut out the huge ship habit; cold turkey.
I am much happier now, I go out with friends on many size boats but am comfortable on all of them and haven't felt the need for a huge ship in 6 months. Even when I see a huge ship as we cross the shipping lanes I am able to control myself and leave the huge ship alone. I only wish Capt. Trimmer's book was around early enough to save the heartache my huge ship addiction caused, but I encourage those who fish from huge ships and the people who care about them to get a copy of this book. If you only buy one maritime book this year, I implore you to make it this one; Chapman's Piloting will teach you how to identify Huge Ships but only this will truly keep you away.
This book gave me all kinds of tips that no professors were able to. It also provided me with insight on emotional aspects that can affect both the interviewer and interviewee during an interview. I cannot express how much I believe this book has to offer. It's definitely not on one of those books you buy and then think, 'Okay, so didn't I already know all of that?'
When I first got this shirt there were slight tremors below my feet. It was then that I realized that this was more than a shirt. It was a lifestyle that I had inherited from my wolf brethren that had come before me. I noticed the exponential increase in class, and the amount of women that I would wake up made me feel claustrophobic. Time became inconsequential as I donned this cloth of the heavens, and my life has improved dramatically in every way. Thank you stepfather for changing my life forever.