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What books are you currently reading?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by head south, Feb 20, 2004.

  1. head south

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    What books are you currently reading?

    Discussion started by head south - Feb 20, 2004

    What books are you reading right now, and what are they about? Currently I am reading a book called Playing Off the Rail about a rich author who takes a professional pool player across the country to gamble. It is pretty interesting actually. I just got finished with Unbearable Lightness Of Being.
     
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  2. Jackson

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    Bonfire of The Vanities. its quite great. Tease can't read.
     
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    Is that Tease? If so it explains a lot... I thought that faggot left to go live out of his car... If not I gave a friend 4 - 1 odds that he would return so Im going to collect my money.
     
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    E MARTYR is tease.
     
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    head south - Replied Feb 20, 2004

    I didnt get banned. Can you grow up a little and quit being such an idiot. It seems that you are stuck in a pattern where you act like an idiot then hope one person laughs and you get a reaction, then nobody laughs, then you talk shit and say how you where "joking", then one person shuts you up by making you look like an asshole (which you are) infront of everyone on 12oz, then you announce you are on hiatus (for whatever reason), then you are back to repeat the process over and over again. Just give it a rest, friend.
     
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    I just got done reading Cash...by Johnny Cash...it was ah...about Johnny Cash.

    next topic...zen buddhism
     
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    re reading catch 22, cause I found it in my closet,
    reading an action scripting book
    and trying to get to that lance armstrong book I bought la looooong time ago
    I need to get reading more.
     
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    Way to jack my semi-long standing book thread streak. You even stole the name!

    I am reading Key to Rebecca by Ken Follett because my bud suggested it. It's a WWII spy novel.
     
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    the second harry potter book
     
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    didja like it?
    I love that book.

    For class I am reading:
    http://art.half.ebay.com/prod/2671797.jpeg'>

    as well as another book on native americans

    After that i plan to read 3 books my friend sent to me:

    *one erotic fiction book. neat b/c its like the books from grade school.."if you want to kiss Rose, turn to page76. if not, turn to page 13."

    *one book on buddhism

    *one archeological book.

    and
    i still have yet to read fast food nation. its sitting on my shelf.
     
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    I'm reading Othello :rolleyes:
     
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    I am reading some books I got for my birthday:

    "How to build a 5-string banjo"

    "Musical Instrument Building"

    "Complete Banjo Repair"

    and a couple of books I found when going through my old stuff:

    "On War" (Karl Von Clauswitz)

    "Resistance: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising" (April 1943)

    and a book my mother loved:

    "Girl of the Limberlost" (Gene Stratton Porter 1903)
     
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    autobiography of a yogi
     
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    Guns, Germs, and Steel - The Fates of Human Societies.

    It explores human history from the Ice Age until now from an evolutionary biologists perspective. The things i pick for reading material...
     
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    I just finished reading "Requiem For a Dream" by Hubert Selby Jr.


    Way way more hard core and depressing than the movie. Damn book fucked up my whole week.
     
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