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My New Book Published Last Week
« on: November 20, 2021, 03:22:51 AM »
Brilliant Creations - The Wonder of Nature and Life is now available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com in EBook, paperback and hard cover.

The editor wrote this synopsis.

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Dissecting the ‘what ifs’ in the realm of science and knowledge, John P. Jaeger’s ‘Brilliant Creations’ is a transformative assessment of some of Nature’s most outstanding features.
Jaeger begins with possibilities yet to be discovered by humankind, exuding his appreciation of fundamentals completing this Universe—discussing the Earth’s constitutions, to the wonders of our abilities, down to the microscopic atom and its composition; dabbling the interconnectedness of it all.
Brilliant Creations poses a clear view, urging and developing questions for the reader to observe beyond ordinary thought and ultimately cherish the world and its gifts.


Reviewer Graham said this book is a must read for all high school students.

I wrote it with the objective of refuting the lies of evil atheists intent on deceiving others into their unscientific worldview, using science and their own twisted words against them. 

Please contact me if you wish to purchase a signed copy from your fellow Irvine resident.




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Re: My New Book Published Last Week
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2021, 05:02:32 PM »

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Re: My New Book Published Last Week
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2022, 06:35:57 PM »
Medical doctor in Buffalo, New York said "This book is beyond outstanding.  It should be required reading for every literate person.  I'll buy 20 hardcovers for friends and family and my local libraries." 
And he did just that. I autographed every one for him.

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Re: My New Book Published Last Week
« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2022, 10:05:12 PM »
Very interesting. Not your book--not yet because I haven't bought it yet. I'm talking about your chasing police around! I'm curious if you ever went to racing school in order to chase cops more safely?

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Re: My New Book Published Last Week
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2022, 05:07:22 PM »
Very interesting. Not your book--not yet because I haven't bought it yet. I'm talking about your chasing police around! I'm curious if you ever went to racing school in order to chase cops more safely?

1.  You think it's just fine if law enforcement blatantly disregards the very same laws for which they cite us to pay hundreds of dollars in fines?  Yes, or no.

2.  Do you realize that a Costa Mesa detective killed himself while he was (A) Speeding, (B) Not wearing a seat belt, and I believe (C) Under the influence of alcohol?
 You have no problem with people having ignored his previous antics so he could continue them with impunity, possibly killing your family members?  Yes, or no.

3.  Do you know about the CHP officer who was speeding in his Ferrari and killed himself and his passenger in a single car accident?  Nobody bothered to report him before, did they.

4.  I don't "chase" them. I simply record their relevant information to report. 

I see. You're in law enforcement, aren't you....
You're above everyone else in any event.  So smugly superior.

When is the last time you pulled over to help a lady on the side of the freeway?  If someone decent had assisted Denise Huber, she would be alive today. But nobody did.

I know.  "Not your job."   I make things my job.  Continue to ignore problems but don't start whining when someone you love suffers from neglect of those perfectly capable of helping.

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Re: My New Book Published Last Week
« Reply #5 on: March 17, 2022, 06:25:47 PM »
I hate it when cops go crazy on the road for no reason. But, answer my question. Did you go to driving school?

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Re: My New Book Published Last Week
« Reply #6 on: April 15, 2022, 06:17:04 PM »
I don't answer loaded, inane questions.
Leftists pose them much too frequently and then sit back as if they prevailed in any discussion, when they did not.

Today, I received a letter from the Orange County Sheriff in response to my February report of a speeding deputy on southbound I-5.  The letter said the deputy didn't act in accordance with their acceptable procedures.


In other words, you or I would have gotten a ticket and paid a $250 fine if we did what he did.  But perhaps my report will make him think twice about doing that again.
We can hope to make them honest.

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Re: My New Book Published Last Week
« Reply #7 on: May 03, 2022, 04:28:50 AM »
I don't answer loaded, inane questions.
Leftists pose them much too frequently and then sit back as if they prevailed in any discussion, when they did not.

Today, I received a letter from the Orange County Sheriff in response to my February report of a speeding deputy on southbound I-5.  The letter said the deputy didn't act in accordance with their acceptable procedures.


In other words, you or I would have gotten a ticket and paid a $250 fine if we did what he did.  But perhaps my report will make him think twice about doing that again.
We can hope to make them honest.

You mean just like Ben Shapiro when he goes on the college circuit?

 

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