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Jim Hackett II
02-01-2013, 05:31 PM
I just bought this book. I haven't started it yet. I read it a few years ago and loaned it to someone.

I got tired of waiting for the return, so I gifted the person with my first copy and replaced it. I don't mind because the other person is what I call an ideological ally - so the book serves its purpose twice.

I would like to hold off opinions as they would come from older memories. When I finish I'd like to discuss the book with others.

Best Regards
Jim
:plane:
Just Another Ironworker.

Charles Drago
02-01-2013, 06:11 PM
I just bought this book. I haven't started it yet. I read it a few years ago and loaned it to someone.

I got tired of waiting for the return, so I gifted the person with my first copy and replaced it. I don't mind because the other person is what I call an ideological ally - so the book serves its purpose twice.

I would like to hold off opinions as they would come from older memories. When I finish I'd like to discuss the book with others.

Best Regards
Jim
:plane:
Just Another Ironworker.

I hope you bought the Trine Day second edition.

Jim Hackett II
02-01-2013, 06:27 PM
A Certain Arrogance: The Sacrifice of Lee Harvey Oswald and the Cold War Manipulation of Religious Groups by US Intelligence
Copyright © 2006, 2011 All Rights Reserved.
Presentation Copyright © 2011 Trine Day, LLC Published by: TrineDay LLC PO Box 577 Walterville, OR 97489 1-800-556-2012 www.TrineDay.com (http://www.TrineDay.com) publisher@TrineDay.net Library of Congress Control Number: 2010941378
Evica, George Michael — Author A Certain Arrogance: The Sacrifice of Lee Harvey Oswald and the Cold War Manipulation of Religious Groups by US Intelligence—2nd ed. p. cm. (acid-free paper)
Epub (ISBN-13) 978-1-936296-63-7 (ISBN-10) 1-936296-63-2
Kindle (ISBN-13) 978-1-936296-64-4 (ISBN-10) 1-936296-64-0
Print (ISBN-13) 978-0-9841858-4-9 (ISBN-10) 0-9841858-4-4


I am changing my attitude about "ebooks".

Sometimes the price difference is enough to help me make the decision.

I hope Mr. Evica's family gets a fair cut of the electronic version price too.

Best Regards Mr. Charles Drago.

Jim
:plane:

Charles Drago
02-01-2013, 07:06 PM
A Certain Arrogance: The Sacrifice of Lee Harvey Oswald and the Cold War Manipulation of Religious Groups by US Intelligence
Copyright © 2006, 2011 All Rights Reserved.
Presentation Copyright © 2011 Trine Day, LLC Published by: TrineDay LLC PO Box 577 Walterville, OR 97489 1-800-556-2012 www.TrineDay.com (http://www.TrineDay.com) publisher@TrineDay.net Library of Congress Control Number: 2010941378
Evica, George Michael — Author A Certain Arrogance: The Sacrifice of Lee Harvey Oswald and the Cold War Manipulation of Religious Groups by US Intelligence—2nd ed. p. cm. (acid-free paper)
Epub (ISBN-13) 978-1-936296-63-7 (ISBN-10) 1-936296-63-2
Kindle (ISBN-13) 978-1-936296-64-4 (ISBN-10) 1-936296-64-0
Print (ISBN-13) 978-0-9841858-4-9 (ISBN-10) 0-9841858-4-4


I am changing my attitude about "ebooks".

Sometimes the price difference is enough to help me make the decision.

I hope Mr. Evica's family gets a fair cut of the electronic version price too.

Best Regards Mr. Charles Drago.

Jim
:plane:

Jim,

I'm in regular contact with principals of the Evica estate. We're doing our best to protect their interests, and I sincerely thank you for your concern.

Best,

Charles

Jim Hackett II
02-02-2013, 04:51 PM
Or better than my memories of the original. Wow.

Quite glad to have this book.

I can't refer to page number but % or "location number" I have.

36% done and I find myself wanting to read more.

Life interrupts a little so I remove the temptation by shutting down the PC to be a grateful host. It would be rude to sit and stare at a mechanism in the circumstance.

good things to all
Jim
:plane:
Where's my SF 49er banner? I broke the line over Narlins I guess.:pirate:

Jim Hackett II
02-04-2013, 10:51 AM
I finished "A Certain Arrogance".

I will be reviewing and highly recommending it on Amazon as I did with Jim DiEugenio's DB 2 ed.

I am scan reading "And We Are All Mortal" again.

Don't ask me which of the two works of Mr. Evica I "like" better. Not a fair question.

I remember the impact of "And We Are All Mortal" - post HCSA disappointment when I got that title.
I for one needed the reassurance that in the face of the House of Representatives cover-up version 2.0 that the truth was out there.

And how can I not "like" the exposures of JF and AWDulles and "co." in tampering even with a spiritual life for nothing more than an empire of crimes. My faith is my own and none of the USGovernment's business.

Thanks Mr. Evica and Mr. Drago
Jim
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