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    Quote Originally Posted by BREAK
    Classy?
    I don't know. You just seem to hate everything I love except Audrey Heoburn and that's why I always avoid replying "last movie I saw" thread. I always have bad tastes about books and movies.

    I have been reading Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby and all I can say is perfect for now.

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    I've just finished Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

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    I read The Stranger by Albert Camus in like 3 seconds last month, and I found it vaguely interesting, albeit unbearably poorly-written. Right now I'm reading The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler.

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    I just finished the Cider House Rules, I loved it.

    An even better book though, is One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey. I can't put it down.
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    Per, if you can find it, read The Pegasus Forum by David Schofield. It's about a group who set about to collapse the world banking system from within, and for obvious reasons I found it particularly interesting. I think you would too.
    "I don't cut my grass. I threaten it."

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    I'll look into it. It does sound good!
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    Because I had nothing else to do, Pegasus Forum, from Amazon. Twelve cents.
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    The Clown by Heinrich Böll

    Maybe some Gide next.

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    I just took the last 70 pages of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. I'll start "Sometimes A Great Notion" now.

    Dave, I'll look into buying it. Currently though, I am extremely strapped for cash.
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    It's 12c!

    Though, shipping. Hm. Well, if you can.
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