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Jonathan "Seamus" Blackley is an American video game designer and former agent with Creative Artists Agency representing video game creators.
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Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Complete Beginners
by Bill Manley (Jan 01, 2012)
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Categories: NonfictionHistory
This is the first guide to reading hieroglyphs that begins with Egyptian monuments themselves. Assuming no knowledge on the part of the reader, it shows how to interpret the information on the inscriptions in a step-by-step journey through the script and language of ancient Egypt.We enter the world of the ancient Egyptians and explore their views o...
Seamus Blackley
Jul 11, 2020
If you’re interested in learning more, this book is a superb place to start.     source
Self-Defense for Gentlemen and Ladies
A Nineteenth-Century Treatise on Boxing, Kicking, Grappling, and Fencing with the Cane and Quarterstaff
by Colonel Thomas Hoyer Monstery (Apr 21, 2015)
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Categories: HistoryNonfiction
Self-Defense for Gentlemen and Ladies is the treatise of Colonel Thomas Hoyer Monstery, a master swordsman who participated in more than fifty duels, fought under twelve flags, battled gangsters, and was constantly involved in the great conflicts and upheavals of his time. This book is the magnum opus of this remarkable and colorful character, orig...
Seamus Blackley
Jun 21, 2020
@BannanaBoy HOOKED ME UP for Father’s Day: amazing book.     source
Gravitation
by Charles W. Misner (Oct 24, 2017)
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First published in 1973, Gravitation is a landmark graduate-level textbook that presents Einstein's general theory of relativity and offers a rigorous, full-year course on the physics of gravitation. Upon publication, Science called it "a pedagogic masterpiece," and it has since become a classic, considered essential reading for every serious stude...
Seamus Blackley
Jan 28, 2020
A couple things saved me. One of them I found the other day, slipped into my all time favorite physics book. It was a simple note from my dad, still in it’s envelope. It said that he believed in me, and that things would work out.     source