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    anyone knows jean ray?
    malpertuis is awesome phantasy-horror
    we may be human, but we're still animals

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    "How to make money in the Music Business; Carreer paths"

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    I finally finished East of Eden the other night, which is...uhm, sort of the greatest book I've ever read. I have no idea what to read next. I never finished the other two in my last post. Didn't care enough.

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    I'm carrying on with Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M. Auel, and I'm just loving it.
    "I don't cut my grass. I threaten it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duskygrin

    But if you didn't read it in French you'll have a problem with the guy when he cries out "Promettez" which in French is pronounced exactly as "Prométhée", that is, Prometheus in English...
    this one was explained in my german version
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    Donaldson's Gap Series. About to start 2. It's so awesome.

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    i dont read, not books anyway.
    but not in a gay way

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    It's usually easy to tell who has read a few books in his life and who hasn't. Especially online.

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    Just finished Nineteen-Eighty-Four. You know, that book by George Orwell about the future from the perspective of the 40's/50's or something. Lack of hair metal bands; completely unrealistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coke_a_holic
    Lack of hair metal bands; completely unrealistic.
    after reading ten pages and not a single reference to devo, i put the book down.

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