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    Default what, art tho reading?

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    I'm reading

    Soul on Ice by Eldridge Cleaver.

    A very good book, a pity he turned in a christian fundamentalist republican.
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    I do no be following, fortune prick me if I do no.

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    Angelwings & Finerthings - Paul Jessup

    and then a bunch of physics/math/computer science books that none of you would give a shit about.

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    I'm reading Harry Potter 1 in english, Stephen King's Tommyknockers in german, Stephen King's Gerald's Game in german & Shadows by Tim Bowler in english (the third or fourth time now) at once ^^
    Shit is fucked up, so dance fucker dance!!

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    Othello and Birdsong for English Literature, and What Ho Jeeves in my spare time.

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    im reading school books
    I am not another The Offspring fan but just THE Offspring FAN !

    Dexter Holland - "Which one of you goes by the screen name of RonWelty?"

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    Honestly, shame on you!!
    Shit is fucked up, so dance fucker dance!!

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    looooooooool
    I am not another The Offspring fan but just THE Offspring FAN !

    Dexter Holland - "Which one of you goes by the screen name of RonWelty?"

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    Everyone should read The Double by Jose Saramago, classic book from a nearly dead author.....just hope he knocks out another book before he goes

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    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

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