Comments: Heinlein Quote of the Month (March 2006)

I never really got into Heinline except for Starship Troopers and one fantasy book he wrote, I was always partial to the hard Science stuff like Campbell, Bova, and Niven. I liked Phol, and thought that Spinrad was crazy, but funny. My all time favorite though was A.E. Van Vogt. He was the master of the simple idea. He would take one "what if" and spin a whole novel around it.
Funny thing, I stopped reading Sci Fi shortly after college and now read only exclusivly non-fiction, or Fantasy. I don't know if its is because I now have a different view of the future, or I just want something simpler.

Posted by Kyle N at March 1, 2006 09:47 PM

Okay what form of 'mathmatics' are we talkin' here? Add, subtract, multiply and divide? I'm good to go. Higher crap like Algebra and Calculus and Trig? No thanks...Come to think of it, my house is messy. ;)

Posted by Rhianna at March 2, 2006 03:42 AM
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