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text 2019-06-04 10:00
Able Best - Frequently Asked Questions

Able Best Employment Agency has launched its Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on their website

 

 

Able Best Employment Agency was established in 2003 to provide Foreign Domestic Workers to households in Singapore. We work with several reputable and trusted training partners from Indonesia, Philippines as well as Myanmar to provide these domestic helpers to Singapore families. Over the years, we have since developed a reputation for being a reliable and trusted Singapore maid agency to our customers.

Source: ablebest.com.sg
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text 2019-05-03 15:46
My April 2019
Saga, Volume 1 - Brian K. Vaughan,Fiona Staples
Saga, Volume 2 - Brian K. Vaughan,Fiona Staples
Im Bann des Zyklopen (Percy Jackson, #02) - Rick Riordan,Gabriele Haefs
Wie Sterne so golden (Luna-Chroniken, #3) - Marissa Meyer,Astrid Becker
Ms. Marvel Volume 1: No Normal - G. Willow Wilson,Adrian Alphona
Die Lüge - Mattias Edvardsson
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 2: Generation Why - Jacob Wyatt,G. Willow Wilson,Adrian Alphona
Jessica Jones: Alias Vol. 1 (Alias (2001-2003)) - Michael Gaydos,David Mack,Brian Michael Bendis,Bill Sienkiewicz
Saga, Volume 1 - 5 stars
Saga, Volume 2 - 5 stars
Im Bann des Zyklopen - 5 stars
Wie Sterne so golden - 5 stars
Ms. Marvel Volume 1: No Normal - 5 stars
Die Lüge - 5 stars
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 2: Generation Why - 5 stars
Jessica Jones: Alias Vol. 1 - 5 stars

 

Favorite book(s) of the month:

EVERYTHING

 

Books started this month but haven't finished yet:

Still, Elias & Laia - In den Fängen der Finsternis, Tote Asche, Moxie (reread)

 

Random ramblings:

Okay, but HOLY FUCKING SHIT.

I haven't realized how good of a reading month I had until I just put everything together for this wrap-up. 8 books. 4 of them reread. Yes, a lot of comics. BUT I seriously loved every single page I read this month. Every book is a five-star read. HOT DAMN. I'm impressed with myself and my reading choices.

 

 
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review 2019-04-27 14:54
Alias Vol. 1!!!
Jessica Jones: Alias Vol. 1 (Alias (2001-2003)) - Michael Gaydos,David Mack,Brian Michael Bendis,Bill Sienkiewicz

reread thoughts: I appreciated this so much more the second time around. I think it's because the first time I read it in ebook form and I don't do well with comics when I can't hold them in my hands.

old review: Thank god Prime Reading is a thing now and I could actually read this volume for free. YOU GO, AMAZON!!!

I loved this A LOT.
Since I watched the show Jessica Jones is like one of my favorite people, so I was really excited to read more stuff about her and I'm so glad that I finally got the chance.

I loved all the stories.
The artwork wasn't my thing from time to time, but that was totally okay. Cause I got more Jessica Jones in my life and that's all that I wanted and needed.

 
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review 2018-11-26 15:01
Non-Linguistic Constructs: "The Symposium" by Plato, Christopher Gill (trans.)
The Symposium - Plato,Christopher Gill


(Original Review, 2003-03-02)




The problem for me is that philosophy is surely about ideas which are themselves constructed out of language. Dinosaurs, or evidence for them in the fossil record, are not linguistic constructs - but philosophical ideas would seem to be.
 
 
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review 2018-09-22 19:33
Hysterical Melodrama: "The Idiot" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Constance Garnett (Translator), Alan Myers (Translator), Joseph Frank (Introduction), Anna Brailovsky (Translator)
The Idiot - Fyodor Dostoyevsky,Constance Garnett,Joseph Frank,Anna Brailovsky


I'd like to suggest that reading choice, at all ages, resembles a vortex. One's favourite books and authors swirl round, and are re-read (I've always been a great re-reader). New books are sucked in to join the vortex, and some of the favourites gradually sink down, just occasionally bobbing back up, possibly to be re-read for the sake of nostalgia.

 

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