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Just picked this up today and will dive in once I've finished Carson McCullers' The Ballad of the Sad Café.[ img ]


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I am anxious to read Sapiens!


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So far so good with Sapiens. Very much a page turner


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MausterofDisguise wrote:
Harry, are you planning some kind of McLarenian revolution? If so, where can I sign up?
nah. revolution means going round and round the same old treadmill.


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yes, i also feel retarded when trying to start a conversation here.
and yes, i've thought about starting a group nearly every day, but i've also thought about joining a gym.
so that leaves me with a lot of thinking, and not much doing i guess... :headslap:


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best book ever

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Heavy shit.


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I love heavy stuff like that! I will check it out. Thanks, PG

I have been reading a Billy the Kid book in preparation for a screenplay
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Also ordered this book, by the director of Robocop!
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historical Jesus is fascinating


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AppTrans wrote:
Also ordered this book, by the director of Robocop!
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historical Jesus is fascinating
jesus looks like a badass on the cover. is he like that in the book? isn't fiction great?!

i'm reading a document by various relevant luminaries about the LA punk scene in the late 70s compiled by some dude named marc spitz. i always thought he was an american representative for diving or swimming, some sort of water related sports in the olympic games. :headscratch:

it's good for reading during those moments when i wake up in the middle of the night and need something frivolous to read to calm my overactive mental processes and slow my brain back down into delta wave mode

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