Last night, I read two and a half Alexander Kent books, "Enemy in Sight" and "Form Line of Battle". I'll finish "The Flag Captain" tonight. Which raises a question: I've heard this both ways: The Flag Captain was a post of honor, given to a senior captain likely to soon make admiral, and that Flag Captain was one of the most junior with the squadron, so the Admiral placed his flag where he could keep an eye on the inexperienced officer.
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|My Best Friend is sraun|
|Our 31 common interests are: austin lounge lizards, board games, books, bookstores, brust, bujold, computers, cons, conventions, f&sf, f/sf, fandom, fantasy, lois mcmaster bujold, miles vorkosigan, npr, puns, reading, sci fi, sci-fi, sci-fi conventions, science fiction, science fiction conventions, science fiction fandom, science-fiction, scifi, sf, sf books, steven brust, used bookstores, vorkosigan|
|Who is your best friend?|
|Created by macoto|
I suspect this is what happens if you use other people's lists to get your interests from. Still need to meet him, too.