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I love conspiracy reads. The difference here is the amount of research Tom Horn has put into this book. It is a fun read and it's chock plumb-full of alternate realities! CERN, The Vatican, UFOs; all the good stuff. And what makes a great movie, or a great read ... is that it has the possibility of being true! Mr. Horn is also a very good writer ... or maybe it's his ghost writer, haha. I mean, really, it's a fun read backed up with a pile of well-put-together research. I hope I get to meet him sometime, maybe with Steve Quayle.
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After delivery I washed the skillet and a day later thought I would cook a couple of over/medium eggs, as I observed on the ads. The instructions that came with the skillet said not to use oil. As instructed I started my eggs over a medium heat and when they were ready to turn I was disappointed. Both eggs were stuck to the skillet and when I tried to turn them one egg broke and both eggs left almost solid eggs whites on the surface. I threw the eggs away and it took a ten minute soak to wash the stuck egg whites from the surface. I then started over using olive oil and then I was able to turn the eggs without sticking and the use was no different than any other stick free skillet I have owned. Also, I noticed the weight of the skillet is much lighter than other 8 to 9 inch skillet I own, better or worse being lighter, I don't know.
Jim Collins, author of the seminal classic Built to Last, addresses a dilemma many entrepreneurs face. Can a good (read: average) company evolve into a great one, effectively re-jiggering the culture and direction of a company once set? In a well-researched tome that is both easy to read (I finished it in three days) and clearly/compellingly articulated, Collins concludes that average companies can indeed morph into great ones. Providing excellent guidance for decision-making on new and existing ventures, he bucket-izes the structure of his conclusions under the aegis of disciplined people, disciplined thought, and disciplined action. Among the conclusions about Good to Great companies: