Paul Pinn

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New Apocrypha: Guide to Strange Sciences and Occul&hellip by John Thomas Sladek
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Book, 4 July 2014
Cuts through the nonsense beliefs, fads, cults and craziness of the late 60s and early 70s like a knife through butter. UFOs, hollow earth, ice universe, perpetual motion machines, religious cults and doctrines, alien abductions, Loch Ness monster, the Yeti, spiritualism, pyramid maths, end of the world, predictions, the list goes on and on. Excellent stuff, well-researched and written, and at times most amusing. Be good if someone did a 21st C follow-up to this book. Goes well with Patrick Moore's 'Can You Speak Venusian?' Should be required reading for all those who have even a mild interest in fringe elements.
Live: The 1971 Tour [Us Import] ~ Grand Funk Railroad
Live: The 1971 Tour [Us Import] ~ Grand Funk Railroad
4.0 out of 5 stars GFR at their best, 4 July 2014
Better than the earlier double album. Faster and harder, more professional.
PENATEN Creme (25ml tin box) by Penaten
5.0 out of 5 stars Timeless, 4 July 2014
I know someone who has a little tin of this dating back to the late 1970s which is still used (albeit infrequently) and really seems at times to be a sort of magical lotion in the way it speeds up healing of the skin. Age doesn't seem to mean anything to this cream, perhaps because of its ingredients. I did a search to find out more about this and discovered Amazon sold it, so I thought I'd get a new tin, just in case after 35 years the other one ran out.