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    I very very rarely read if I don't have to unless it is a Cirque Du Freak book which I am not reading right now. So this book is special because I liked The Contender which I read at school so I am reading Warrior Angel by Robert Lypsite or something like that.

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    AKIRA!!


    ...still.

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    Is that a manga?
    "I don't cut my grass. I threaten it."

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    from the sound of the name, I'd say it has to be one.
    surprised ?

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    Does a manga count as a book?
    "I don't cut my grass. I threaten it."

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    I'd say no, considering there's hardly 25% text in them. and about 99% of the text is onomatopoeias.

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    great expectations.
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    I like women who enjoy being dissatisfied sexually.

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    Is it any good?
    “It is a strange paradox that today’s central banks are generally staffed by economists, who by and large profess a belief in a theory which says that their jobs are, at the best, unnecessary, and more likely wealth-destroying. Needless to say, this is not a point widely discussed among respectable economists. Nevertheless, it is an issue worth pondering.”

    George Cooper, The Origin of Economic Crises

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    You're asking about a book or calichix in particular? Because I, for one, thought it was a great classic.
    All I can hear, I me mine
    I me mine, I me mine

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    Naw, I was trying to set up a punchline from "Hot Shots Part Deux". I figured it was a long shot anyway.
    “It is a strange paradox that today’s central banks are generally staffed by economists, who by and large profess a belief in a theory which says that their jobs are, at the best, unnecessary, and more likely wealth-destroying. Needless to say, this is not a point widely discussed among respectable economists. Nevertheless, it is an issue worth pondering.”

    George Cooper, The Origin of Economic Crises

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