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What book are you reading right now?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Canadiano, Jul 8, 2002.

  1. Canadiano

    Canadiano Guest

    I'm reading three books:

    Communism, Fascism, and Democracy: Theoretical Foundations

    ^^amazing book. no writer - writings by everyone - i mean EVERYone.(1962)

    SnowWalkers - Farley Mowat (1975)

    Religion and the Rise Of Capitalism: A Historical Study - RH Tawney (Holland Memorial Lectures, 1922)
     
  2. Dyptheria

    Dyptheria Guest

    Life is Elsewhere by Milan Kundera
    Ishmael by Daniel Quinn
     
  3. Canadiano

    Canadiano Guest

    ^ I read Ishmail! That shit SUCKS!!!!!!! GODDAMN, NOT ON THIS MESSAGE BOARD!
     
  4. Kr430n5_666

    Kr430n5_666 Banned

    Joined: Oct 6, 2004 Messages: 19,229 Likes Received: 30
    forced entries
    jesus' son
    philosophy: history and problems
     
  5. Dyptheria

    Dyptheria Guest

    hahaha, not your flavor huh? what kind of fiction do you like then?
     
  6. melt

    melt Guest

    the hobbit.
     
  7. Canadiano

    Canadiano Guest

    fiction? star wars, dude!

    really, Ishmael is a terrible book. On History Channel, even, Rick Green of "History Bites" (great show) makes fun of that book. I know people that love that book, and I don't like them. It's all good that you're reading that shit, 'cuz I did too. It ain't cool if you agree, however. Quinn is supporting veganism, and moreover, going back to the hunter/gatherer system. yeah - ok!
     
  8. ET one

    ET one Junior Member

    Joined: Dec 24, 2001 Messages: 117 Likes Received: 0
    my bloody life
     
  9. Canadiano

    Canadiano Guest

    besides, SnowWalkers by Farley Mowat is great fiction.
     
  10. onemanband

    onemanband New Jack

    Joined: Jun 27, 2002 Messages: 49 Likes Received: 0
    GOD SAVE THE TEAM:
    football (Soccer) hooligans in Euro2000...nice and violent.
    [​IMG]
     
  11. Dyptheria

    Dyptheria Guest

    yes, i understand people have a problem with his views and conservation in general, but i was asking what kind of stuff you like, it seems like your list has only one fiction title, and i've never read anything by Mowat. I'd like to learn about more authors.
     
  12. Dyptheria

    Dyptheria Guest

    my bad you just posted before i was done...
     
  13. onemanband

    onemanband New Jack

    Joined: Jun 27, 2002 Messages: 49 Likes Received: 0
    “my bad you just posted before i was done...”

    it's the quik and the dead around here bro...
     
  14. Canadiano

    Canadiano Guest

    Farley Mowat I've know since I was a kid, and he is the bomb. A great Canadian writer who speaks of our terrain. I love him most for his great books that pretty much speak from an animal's perspective. In fact, I read this one short story (a rarity) that he wrote that was all about a dog. Believe that it was way sicker than anything Jack London (props) could write, as far as 'dog in the wild' perspectives go. Mowat is the shit.


    Hell, that first book I listed is my mental workout. i read a couple of pages at a time, you know? Even that commie bastard Engels impresses the fuck out of me.

    Also, I just got from the library today a book that looks bomb. It's a thick hardcover that is all about Nazi propaganda. I can't wait until I tackle that mutherfukker.
     
  15. Canadiano

    Canadiano Guest

    bump.


    don't tell me that some of the dudes who chill here late can't list me one book.
     
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