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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNooseIsFalling View Post
    For me it's a personal favorite, the whole subject of socialism fascinates me
    Ah, now I am intrigued! Look into it, thank you. Are there many versions of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJakes84 View Post
    Ah, now I am intrigued! Look into it, thank you. Are there many versions of it?
    What do you mean by versions? Any edition is the same I imagine (minus things like introductions and all that stuff that doesn't matter).


    I'm eating Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton as work for my thesis. It's kind of cool how it's written like real life accounts. I wish I hadn't seen the film first though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJakes84 View Post
    The Holy Bible.

    DITTO
    Loved it actually

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    Eat, Pray, Love
    A friend gave it to me yesterday & said I absolutely gotta read it ... well, I'm not that sure

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    Black Hawk Down by Mark Bowden.
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    So really, The Offspring is only Ron. The rest of the band left. O_o
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    For selfish reasons, I hope he's really dead. I really don't want to become known as "That guy who keeps making premature death threads for ethnic-looking dudes."

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    Quote Originally Posted by huckit View Post

    DITTO
    Loved it actually
    You've completed the mission.

    Quote Originally Posted by samseby View Post
    Eat, Pray, Love
    A friend gave it to me yesterday & said I absolutely gotta read it ... well, I'm not that sure
    Interesting.

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    Currently reading Grendel by John Gardner. So far its pretty good.

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    I'm reading "Lust for life", by Irving Stone.
    A biographical novel about Vincent Van Gogh. I highly recommend it.

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    Live from Golgotha - The Bible According to Gore Vidal.

    So far this is fascinating, but occasionally feels almost too clever for its own good. Still really interesting. It's weird for me with Gore Vidal. I thought Julian was amazing, but couldn't get into Lincoln. This, however, is a breeze to read.
    Thibault's New Music Site!
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    anticipating a good ending .. i agree with you ...men

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