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  • Originally posted by voodoo_dolly View Post


    Surprisingly wise, insightful, and hilariously funny.
    She's a riot! I may check that one out.
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    R.I.P.

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    • Originally posted by Freddy_Lives View Post
      She's a riot! I may check that one out.
      I highly suggest that you do. I loved it.

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      • Originally posted by voodoo_dolly View Post
        I highly suggest that you do. I loved it.
        If you like the celebrity feel I recommend Gilbert Gottfrieds - Rubber Balls & Liquor.

        You will understand the male mind after reading that book.
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        R.I.P.

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        • Three Contributions to the Theory of Sex by Sigmund Freud

          *interesting albeit bald ass crazy

          Victorian Short Stories of Troubled Marriages

          Good though the endings to each seemed abrupt leaving a feeling that the story was not quite finished.

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          • A Prayer Before Dying by Stewart O'Nan

            This book fucked me up. It's about a preacher/undertaker working in a mid 19th century town being overrun by a plague. It's outstandingly written, but the bleak ending has left me hollow inside for days.

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            • House of Skin by Jonathon Janz. I enjoyed it, kind of a mainstream Lee/Laymon book.
              sigpicMy , What big teeth you have.

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              • The Works of Edgar Allan Poe (Public Domain Books) Vol. 1 & 2
                Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
                I liked it much better than when I originally had to read it for college. But it still confused me in parts, even though I'm older and wiser.

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                • Deranged by Bryan Smith.....why do I bother with this guy? With the exception of The Killing Kind, he has just disappointed me.
                  sigpicMy , What big teeth you have.

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                  • Cut by Patricia McCormick.

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                    • The Book of the Bizarre: Freaky Facts and Strange Stories

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                      • Originally posted by voodoo_dolly View Post
                        The Book of the Bizarre: Freaky Facts and Strange Stories

                        Did it have really good freak facts ? It seems like those little books of facts are always cheesy and most I already know.
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                        R.I.P.

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                        • The Wicked by James Freeman. Great Book, a lot of fun.
                          sigpicMy , What big teeth you have.

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                          • Originally posted by Freddy_Lives View Post
                            Did it have really good freak facts ? It seems like those little books of facts are always cheesy and most I already know.
                            It was fascinating. There was a really neat story about Winston Churchill. It had different sections like coincidence or synchronicity which had stories about how one twin was killed by a taxi while he was walking down a road and a year later the other twin was walking downthe same road remembering his brother and was hit by the same cab carrying the same passenger. Also every president that was voted into office on a year ending in zero also died in office. Abraham Lincoln, JFK, FDR, etc. My least favorite section was the one on UFOs BC I always found that subject boring. Turns out the government allowed the public to believe they were covering up an alien conspiracy in Roswell when actually they were testing weather balloons that could detect the nuclear weapons in the Soviet. Oh there was another story about a woman who gave birth to her own twin. A real life virgin Mary.

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                            • The Film Experience an Introduction, Third Edition by Timothy Corrigan

                              Taking film class this semester and its a pretty good read.
                              “I know you’re ‘good’ people. I know you mean well… But you just didn’t think it through…. There is only one path to peace… Your extermination.” - Ultron (Avengers: Age of Ultron)

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                              • Originally posted by voodoo_dolly View Post
                                It was fascinating. There was a really neat story about Winston Churchill. It had different sections like coincidence or synchronicity which had stories about how one twin was killed by a taxi while he was walking down a road and a year later the other twin was walking downthe same road remembering his brother and was hit by the same cab carrying the same passenger. Also every president that was voted into office on a year ending in zero also died in office. Abraham Lincoln, JFK, FDR, etc. My least favorite section was the one on UFOs BC I always found that subject boring. Turns out the government allowed the public to believe they were covering up an alien conspiracy in Roswell when actually they were testing weather balloons that could detect the nuclear weapons in the Soviet. Oh there was another story about a woman who gave birth to her own twin. A real life virgin Mary.

                                Sounds worth it! I may check Barnes & Nobel sometime this week when I go on my book hunt.
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                                R.I.P.

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