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  • debwilson - Harvest of RubiesSarah is proficient in many areas - she can read and write in multiple languages, she can keep complicated ans lengthy accounts, and has a quick and sharp mind. The only thing stopping her from great success is that she is a woman. But when her cousin Nehemiah recommends her to the position of head scribe to the queen, she is completely unprepared for the events that follow.

    Sarah has always measured her worth based on her accomplishments; if she fails in any aspect of her work, she sees herself as a failure as well. So when her position as senior scribe is threatened because of her success as the queen's trusted account holder, she is, for the first time in her life, being measured for who she is as a person. With no complicated rolls of parchment and clay tablets to hide behind, will she attain her own measure of worthiness? Or does God has other plans for His child?

    This was a wonderful re-imagining of a fictional character set in Biblical times. Afshar deals with something that we all struggle with at some point in our life; the measure of our worth. Despite the lack of history Afshar had to work with as a background for her story, she does a marvelous job of re-creating the setting and bringing it to life. It was a story I could believe in and learn from, and an author that understands the very heart that beats in every one of us. Not only a recommended read, but one I will revisit again and again.

    A copy of this book was provided by Moody Press for free in exchange for an honest review.
  • Roger James "Doc" - Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, Good Tablet at Great ValueThis tablet is an all around excellent Tablet. I've owned the original 7 in tab which was nice but too expensive and slightly under performing compared to this tablet. I also own the Toshiba 10 inch tablet and the Samsung 7 inch Tab 2 which are OK but really are not in the same league. This tablet outperforms these other tablets in just about every way. The other tablets had either short battery life, were too slow or not as responsive as the Tab2 10 inch.

    This tablet is very sharp, easy to read, very responsive and the battery life is spectacular compared to the other tablets I use. Is this good enough to replace a notebook or laptop? I don't think so. I've seen tablets used in very creative and productive ways but it can't replace my desktop or laptop. I find even my old very slow net book will outperform this tablet and any other Tablet (surface excluded). This tablet is just a great electronic toy that is also very useful for web surfing, video, displaying camera images, and a 1000 other uses. I think most purchases of a tablet will use it as a very portable computer which it is but not their sole computer. There are so many application for its use most of which I haven't discovered yet.

    The best thing about this tablet is it works almost as well as the very best tablet out there but is now very reasonably priced. Why spend $500 or more for a tablet that will be replaced in 2 years. I mention this period because the batteries are not user serviceable and it's life is unknown (probably 2-3 years)The tablets available in the next few years may match laptop power of today, who knows.

    Overall I like the Tablet a lot. I use it along with my Kindle for reading, Pandora, driving a creative stereo speaker via Bluetooth, checking email, a few games, Amazon, and Netflix, and viewing my cameras digital images which works out great in the field. I could use it more but I like using my big 17 laptop with 17 core, 8 GB memory, Windows 7 and big solid state drive. It boots much faster than the tablet between 5 and 15 seconds. If you are tired of long boot times on your computer try a SSD, you will be pleasantly surprised.

    If you love Apple products, you may not like this Android device, however if you have any Android phone, I feel confident you will probably really like and be glad you bought this tablet. I bought a Bear motion leather cover (excellent) that acts as a stand and the tablet can be used vertically or horizontally and protect the tablet from damage. Overall The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10 inch Tablet is a great tablet at a reasonable price and you won't regret the purchase.
  • Lawrance M. Bernabo - The 40th Anniversary Topps Baseball Card Set from 1991It is rather interesting to discover that a complete set of 1991 Topps Baseball Cards costs you less than what it woudl cost to pick up last year's set (or this year's set for that matter). Now, the reasons is that we do not know how much these recent sets will be worth down the road because we do not know if they contain the rookie card for the next Babe Ruth. When you get about 60 cards labeled future stars, prospects, draft picks, and first-year players, there is always the possibility that one of them could turn out to be the official rookie card for the next Roger Clemens or Albert Pujouls. True, the card might come out years before they actually make it to the big leagues (e.g., Mark McGwire's card with the Olympic team), but in the speculation market that is modern baseball card collecting one card that can be worth half the set is the goal.

    However, I do not buy into the speculation part because I collect what I must now quantify as the regular Topps baseball cards because they are the set that has been around since before I was born, unlike Upper Deck, Bowman, Fleer, Leaf and whatever else is out there today. Currently I have complete Topps sets going back to 1968, with 23 cards to go to finish the 1967, so I would then have complete sets back to 1964, plus 1962, 1957, 1956, and four cards to go for the 1953. Each set is arranged by teams, with the World Series winner first (the Cincinnati Reds in this case) and how each team finished in the standings. True, this become complicated in a world with three divisions and wild card teams winning the championship, but there are basic rules to all this (league leaders and highlights card up top, etc.).

    The 1991 Topps set, which was the 40th anniversary set for the company, includes seven Record Breaker cards (e.g., Bobby Thigpen sets saves record), 22 All-Star cards (left-handed and right-handed starters, and a relief pitcher, to go with the eight fielder players), seven checklist cards (arranged alphabetically by team), and ten #1 Draft Pick cards, including Chipper Jones (#33), which is the high priced rookie card in the set (he is pretty good, but you would not say he is a lock for Cooperstown at this point). The second highest priced card is #100A, a Don Mattingly error card, which is not going to be part of the factory set so forget about it, which makes the next highest card that of Nolan Ryan (#1). The 1991 Topps Traded set is where the double-digit card is from this year with Jeff Giambi's team USA card; it also has the Topps rookie cards for Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez, Phil Nevin, and Luis Gonzales.

    What is missing are team cards, which is a bummer, but you do have managers cards with team leaders listed on the back. In terms of current members of the Baseball Hall of Fame, in addition to Ryan there is Tony Gwynn (#180), Dennis Eckersley (#250), Sparky Anderson (#519), George Brett (#540), and Ryne Sandberg (#740). As for future Hall of Famers, the controversy overs the likes of McGwire (#270), Barry Bonds (#570), and Sammy Sosa (#414) will continue for some time to come (Rafael Palmeiro appears to be toast at this point), but Greg Maddux (#35), Cal Ripken (#150), Randy Johnson (#225), Roger Clemens (#530), Eddie Murray (#590), Rickey Henderson (#670), and Ken Griffey, Jr. (#790) are obvious first ballot selectees down the road (unless "Sports Illustrated" runs book excerpts on them between now and when the BWAA votes on their admission). Others would be purely speculation at this point, but during Spring Training that is just one of the things baseball fans get to argue about.