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    What are you reading?
    #11
    the bible?who wrote it?

    consistency is the hobdob
    of small minds[
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    #12
    I just finished reading Fate of Worlds by Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner.
    It is the ninth volume of the Ringworld Sci-Fi saga.

    Never underestimate the power of human stupidity.
    - Robert A. Heinlein
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    #13
    I was reading my old SCLA (Senior Claim Law Associate) books, but that's hardly Art...It's technical, and most people find the 2 topics really dry (insurance & law) I enjoy them. Even though i was terminated, I figure rereading never hurts. Hey who knows, after tightening my loose screws, and ridding myself of depression, Anxiety and many other mental disorders, I'll go back to working.

    HOWEVER: due to a discussion on SB, I just torrented Necromonicon
    https://forum.suprbay.org/showthread.php?tid=156476&pid=901800#pid901800
    give me something different to read (even though I believe in no religions...)
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    #14
    I just started reading Shadows in Flight by Orson Scott Card.
    It is the ninth volume in the Ender's Game Sci-Fi saga.

    Never underestimate the power of human stupidity.
    - Robert A. Heinlein
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    #15
    Quote:give me something different to read (even though I believe in no religions...)

    I'm reading The Reason I Jump. by Higashida Naoki
    On TPB as well. Took 6 sec to dl.


    Book written by a 13 year old Japanese boy with Autism. it's like reading a memoir of an alien.. and I mean that in all the best ways. FASCINATING!
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    #16
    YA? I'll probably D/L that too. Thanks!
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    #17
    (10-08-2013, 12:06 AM)LZA Wrote:  YA? I'll probably D/L that too. Thanks!

    If you do I'd be curious what you think. I'm just finishing it now.

    The Arrival by Shaun Tan is another truly extraordinary description-defying book that I read earlier this year.
    (This post was last modified: 10-08-2013, 12:49 AM by land_stander.)
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    #18
    If you like books about Japan, Shogun by James Clavell is an absolute classic.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shōgun_(novel)

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    #19
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    Well, I'm not reading it yet, but I'm going to order it online tomorrow. Don't judge me!
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    #20
    (10-07-2013, 10:19 PM)LZA Wrote:  HOWEVER: due to a discussion on SB, I just torrented Necromonicon
    https://forum.suprbay.org/showthread.php...#pid901800

    give me something different to read (even though I believe in no religions...)

    I CAN'T STOP GIGGLING
    The Necronomicon is an ok read for a 15 year old. It's not a real grimoire, not does it fall under the category of religion. The real author was H.P. Lovecraft. Brilliaont author btw, but not a master high priest of Beezelbub.
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