Which of the following books would you most willingly read from cover to cover?
Question: a. the constitution b. the dictionary c. the thesaurus d. the atlas e. Heart to Heart (written by Britney Spears and her mother) f. the white pages/phone book g. the index book of encyclopaedia britannica h. "the annual" book of encyclopaedia britannica i. The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism (written by Emmanuel Goldstein in George Orwell's 'Nineteen Eighty-Four) j. the user manual for your television To everyone who contested that the constitution and some others aren't books - I'm sorry! I usually am pretty pedantic about this type of stuff. But not today. I is sorry =[
Best Answers: Which of the following books would you most willingly read from cover to cover?
1 My father bought books for me when I was small. I still have some of them. 2. I remember an old story book from my childhood with beautiful pictures. There was a story in the book about a magic clay horse that came to life. I would love to find the book, although that undoubtedly isn't possible. 3. Cinderella 4. Where the Wild Things Are and The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig 5. Yes 6. No 7. I don't remember. I was just fascinated by the pop up. 8. It would be a fantasy with colorful pictures. I am not fond of the books with ugly animal caricatures. 9. Yes 10. Not as a small child, but later on I read Green Mansions, a very old book by W H Hudson. 11. No 12. The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig Where the Wild Things Are Anything by Maurice Sendak Heidi The Secret Garden Dr. Seuss books Alexander and the Terrible... The Mitten by Jan Brett, because of the pictures, of course C S Lewis books The True Story of the Three Little Pigs Fractured Fairy Tales
If you can find an image of the album art online, you can save the JPG and manually assign it in iTunes, by selecting each song, right-click and select "Get Info" and go to the "Artwork" tab. But obviously that's a major drag as you have to go song by song. I know, I've done it and gotten sick of the repetition very quickly. Now, for Mac OS X, Simon Whitaker has developed a Dashboard Widget called Amazon Art Widget - it allows you to automatically search several different Amazon stores (i.e., Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon Japan) for the album art as an alternative to iTunes' native function. I've used it and it works great. Thanks, Simon! You can find the download at www.widget-foundry.com If you're on Windows, I googled and found a $5.00 shareware program called iCoverArt, which appears to perform a similar function. However, since I migrated from Windows to OS X several months ago, I've not tried this program and cannot vouch for it. Still you may want to give it a spin and see if it works for you if that's your OS: http://www.maximized.com/shareware/icove... Hope that helps. Best to you.
In all honesty I have in fact read at least two atlases "from cover to cover", and the Websters Encylopeadic Dictionary. I did attempt the white pages once but found the plot non-existent & far too many characters to keep track of. (short attention span aka ADD). I have read an entire thesaurus, but not continuously from cover to cover. If I had a TV & the manual to go with it, chances are I would read that from cover to cover. And I would likely read almost everything else on your list EXCEPT "Heart to Heart". Sincerely yours, A.B. Normal (they call me Ab for short)
The way you type makes me nauseous. Contact your local PD and talk to the Narcostics Detectives. They can meet with you if you have info they want. They also can let you participate if their policy allows. FYI you wont be a cop. Just an informant.
First the atlas, then the constitution, then the dictionary, then the thesaurus, then the "annual" book, then the index, then the Theory and Practice, then I'd burn Heart to Heart and the TV user manuel for light to read the phone book...
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