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    what are you reading?




    as of now, it's pretty much convinced me i'm a sociopath. i'm about half way through

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    i've been reading 10k reports, more recently ones from BRK.
    "This is a reminder to myself that I should be doing something productive...but I always ignore it."

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    Amazingly well written book. When I'm done with it, I'm going to make a large post.

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    Atonement, Ian McEwan. Really good. Love the way he wrote it.

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    I'm not really into yet, I've read 50 or so pages but it doesn't interest me like most of Grisham's others.

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    kind of simultaneously trying to work my way through

    and

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    i hate to be the person that judges books by their cover, but i'll probably read the first one you posted mdk because that is a fucking badass cover

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    Quote Originally Posted by aedeos View Post


    Amazingly well written book. When I'm done with it, I'm going to make a large post.
    Not if I finish it first

    MUWAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHA

    I recommend this book to everyone, and I only added this so I couldn't get hit with a spam infraction

    this is the original cover dude

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/syl/325802114/


    with all the references to places in Kansas I figured Katherine Dunn was connected to Kansas somehow, I just never wanted to look into the book til I was done with it but i was right..she was born in KCK

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katherine_Dunn
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    Just trying out something new.

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    Starred Review. In this primer for activists in the digital age, Z˙niga, founder of the influential lefty blog DailyKos, argues that if activists harness new technology such as blogs, podcasting and YouTube, they can bypass the old-world gatekeepers to communicate to the masses in order to bring about political change. Tidily organized into pithy directives, including mobilizing, reinventing the street protest and feeding the backlash, this informative and entertaining book—inspired by Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals—moves easily among the current campaign cycle, pop culture phenomena such as Stephen Colbert and the successes and failures of the progressive movement in America. Z˙niga's pragmatic, inclusive tone takes the edge off his sometimes didactic insistence that there's no reason anyone should whine or complain that they are being shut out of the system. It should be noted, however, that the book is targeted directly to other liberals and wastes no time with conciliatory measures toward the right. Anyone in his camp, however, will be rewarded by the read. (Sept.)
    It's fucking sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdk View Post
    kind of simultaneously trying to work my way through
    I just got done reading this and just started reading Kafka on the Shore by the same author.

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    I just finished Count of the Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas, and now I'm reading Call of the Wild by Jack London. I dunno why but I have been reading the classics lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illumulli View Post
    I just finished Count of the Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas, and now I'm reading Call of the Wild by Jack London. I dunno why but I have been reading the classics lately.
    I've been into the classics too, reading The Three Musketeers and Dracula.

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    The Power of Now-Eckhart Tolle

    This book i reccommend. Fuckin classic!!! Changes your life.Literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illumulli View Post
    I dunno why
    Yes you do. They're awesome.




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