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Keeping a reading list - that is, a list of books one has read, and a list of books one intends to read - will strike many as a quaint and old-fashioned idea, and perhaps it is. The principle argument against maintaining a list of books already read may be summed up succinctly as, "Who cares what I've read other than myself, and shouldn't I know whether I've read a book or not?" Read more . . .
I had never previously
thought of replacing a watch battery myself. There was no need to do so.
Watch batteries were replaced by qualified individuals at malls, and when a
in one of my watches died, I either took it to said individual or, if the value of the watch was very low, discarded the watch. What could be more simple? Read more . . .
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A good hobby, pursued correctly, will never disappoint. And
here I have to take a moment to explain what I mean by "pursued
correctly." A hobby must be pursued, first and foremost, for
pleasure, never gain.
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It was on the 19th day of January, 1848, that James W. Marshall,
while engaged in digging a race for a saw-mill at Coloma, about
thirty-five miles eastward from Sutter's Fort, found some pieces of
yellow metal, which he and the half-dozen men working with him at
the mill supposed to be gold.
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