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    Oh, good. It's back.
    "I don't cut my grass. I threaten it."

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    Oh thanks for referring to me as an "it."

    Sick of politicians, And politics
    And prisons, Lyin' and runnin' my life.
    You pathetic preachers and hypocritic leaders,
    Smilin' and wastin' my time.

    Sick of your religions and full of shit opinions,
    Tired of waiting to die.
    Run me in, I'll do it all again,
    Motherfucker I'm still alive...

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    Harry potter and the goblet of fire - Started all over again with book 1 going to 6.. Just can't get enough of harry potter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashedThrasher
    Oh thanks for referring to me as an "it."
    He obviously meant the thread.

    Edit: I could be wrong, though.
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    If two guys loving Offspring together is wrong, I don't want anything to be right.

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    O Henry's stories. And still couldn't finish Bertrand Russell's Hitory of Western Philosophy.
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    Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk should be read by every high school student so they can be like "dude, wtf, this sucks."

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    This thread.
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    Planning to pick up Paul's Case in the near future.
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    Those wool-headed buffoons have more pride than a Shaido with one goat.

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    Avesta, the holy writings of the Zarathustrian (Zoroastrian) religion. Mostly because I need a little background knowledge on it. It's intensely boring.
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    an old classic, because I have to, but I like it. Fahrenheit 451.

    Ray Bradbury is a damn talented writer, with all those wonderful descriptions of every little thing in the book, and the story itself makes one think a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinister
    an old classic, because I have to, but I like it. Fahrenheit 451.

    Ray Bradbury is a damn talented writer, with all those wonderful descriptions of every little thing in the book, and the story itself makes one think a lot.
    Ray Bradbury is also a classical science fiction author which includes large parts of action in his works.

    Jane Eyre is boring as fuck, especially when you are forced to read it in class.
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