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Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by fr8lover, Mar 27, 2003.

  1. fr8lover

    fr8lover Elite Member

    Joined: Oct 22, 2000 Messages: 3,919 Likes Received: 1
    i just finished AMERICAN SKIN by Don DeGrazia. really good narrative about a kids life, basically. falling in with non-racist skins in chicago and growing up and stuff after that. amazing book. one of the kind you really cant put down for the life of you.

    im 1/2 way through with WHITEOUT: LOST IN ASPEN by Ted Conover. people on the board mightve read ROLLING NOWHERE about him riding trains around for a couple years. this book isnt as exciting as that, or his book about being a prison guard in sing sing (NEWJACK) or following illegal immigrants (COYOTE). its a decent read about life in aspen, nothing more really.

    ive started reading AGE AND GUILE: BEAT YOUTH, INNOCENCE, AND A BAD HAIRCUT which is a 25 year anthology of some of P.J. O'Rourke's articles and writing. its fucking hilarious, and really on point politically. the guy is one of my writing idols for his way of putting comedy into important issues...

    what are you reading?
  2. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest


    toxic sludge is good for you
  3. fr8lover

    fr8lover Elite Member

    Joined: Oct 22, 2000 Messages: 3,919 Likes Received: 1
    Re: non-fiction

    thats nutty i was just reading about this book and went to the store to see if they had it...

    i went to the used bookstore and got the o'rourke book instead.
  4. dork

    dork Member

    Joined: Apr 2, 2002 Messages: 399 Likes Received: 0

    bearly legal
  5. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest

    that is snutty....you should keep tryin'...library maybe? worth the time.
  6. Pseudoprep©

    Pseudoprep© Guest

    The Past Month:

    "The Jansen Directive"- Robert Ludlum (almost done)
    "See I Told You"- Rush Limbaugh (half way give or take)
    "The Fountainhead"- Ayn Rand
    "The No Spin Zone"- Bill O'Reilly
    "War and Peace"- Tolstoy (just finished about 7am today)
    "Bias"- Bernard Goldberg (Just finished this one last week.)

    and just starting:

    "Mayday"- Michael R. Beschloss
    "Years of Upheaval"- Henry Kissinger
    "Let Freedom Ring"- Sean Hannity
    "Chemistry"- Fold7
    "Dondi White"- Zephry and Michael White

    And Picture books:

    "Party Over Here"- Die Gestalten Verlag
    "Hello"- Eboy
    "Bottomless Cocktail"- Shag
    "Typographics Four"- Roger Walton


    -Dazed and Confused
    -and of course my old Life Sucks Die magazines.