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What Art Thou Reading?
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Stephen King's It. If you're not scared of clowns yet, read this and you will be.

I think Buenaventura Durruti is a pretty cool guy. eh kills fascists and doesnt afraid of ruins.
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The truancy origins..

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Deep Wizardry - Diane Duane. It's like the Harry Potter series, but shorter with bigger words.

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Oh! I read IT when I was in 7th grade, and after that I needed something to be infront of my closet, and I couldn't sleep on anything that lifted my bed above the ground.


Right now, the newest books that I'm halfway through are:
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the alphabet of manliness. maddox fucking kicks ass!!



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Currently I'm reading Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell and the Watchmen graphic novel.

"I heard a joke once. Man goes to doctor says "I'm terribly depressed". Doctor says "I know just what you should do. Poliacci the clown is in town, go see him, you'll be cheered right up." The man bursts into tears. "But Doctor, I am Poliacci." Funny joke. Roll on snare drum. Everyone laugh."

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Fahrenheit 451- Ray Bradbury

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cp Wrote:Fahrenheit 451- Ray Bradbury
what's it about?



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Swift McGee Wrote:Currently I'm reading Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell
Is that good? It's lying on the floor of my room from Christmas and I was considering reading it next.

I think Buenaventura Durruti is a pretty cool guy. eh kills fascists and doesnt afraid of ruins.
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cp Wrote:Fahrenheit 451- Ray Bradbury
what's it about?

Futuristic time where all books are illegal and if they are found are burnt along with the houses they were hidden in. So one guy who is a person who burns the books starts thinking and wants to know whats in the books that would make them need to be burned.

Basically its about censorship.

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cp Wrote:
thought criminal Wrote:
cp Wrote:Fahrenheit 451- Ray Bradbury
what's it about?

Futuristic time where all books are illegal and if they are found are burnt along with the houses they were hidden in. So one guy who is a person who burns the books starts thinking and wants to know whats in the books that would make them need to be burned.

Basically its about censorship.
PS - 451° F is the temp in which paper catches on fire.

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I am reading white boots, by Noel Streatfeild. Its about ice-skating.

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cp Wrote:
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cp Wrote:Fahrenheit 451- Ray Bradbury
what's it about?

Futuristic time where all books are illegal and if they are found are burnt along with the houses they were hidden in. So one guy who is a person who burns the books starts thinking and wants to know whats in the books that would make them need to be burned.

Basically its about censorship.
sweet I'll have to buy that. sounds really good Biggrin



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Physics by Erich Hausmann and Edgar P. Slack.

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Much Ado About Nothing by Shakespeare
Freedom and Beyond by John Holt
Truancy by Isamu Fukui
Inkheart by Cornelia Funke(for my fiction book assignment for english class)

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Selected Poems 1947 - 1995 by Allen Ginsberg

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Rebelnerd Wrote:
Swift McGee Wrote:Currently I'm reading Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell
Is that good? It's lying on the floor of my room from Christmas and I was considering reading it next.

You like the Spanish Civil War, right? In that case,

DO IT FAGGOT

"I heard a joke once. Man goes to doctor says "I'm terribly depressed". Doctor says "I know just what you should do. Poliacci the clown is in town, go see him, you'll be cheered right up." The man bursts into tears. "But Doctor, I am Poliacci." Funny joke. Roll on snare drum. Everyone laugh."

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In Cold Blood by Truman Capote.

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siddhartha by herman hesse

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Carla Franklin may be a whore. She may be a wonderful, kind, moral woman. Seeing as I don't know her personally, I cannot know for sure. However, I find her actions (suing Google, requesting the personal info of her critics, getting angry over random internet idiocy that she should ignore and be bigger than, trying to get this site in trouble because of a few users' commentary on the situation, etc.) pretty ridiculous and unwarranted. If she didn't want people to to be talking about/judging her, well 1. that's impossible, she's a human, and 2. she shouldn't have been a model or agreed to be on film. AND 3. she DEFINITELY shouldn't have sued Google and made all this fuss over a few random idiots whom she probably won't ever know expressing their opinion. Mmkay? MMKAY.
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Republic by Plato

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Silverthorn - Raymond E. Feist

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The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

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"The Power of Full Engagement"

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For English class: Stephen Crane's "Red Badge of Courage"

For me: Harper Lee's "To Kill A Mockingbird"
David Buckley's "Strange Fascination: David Bowie: The Definitive Story"

I also have a book about The Doors that's lying in my library book bag that I'll have to take a look at.
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LisaStarLynn Wrote:David Buckley's "Strange Fascination: David Bowie: The Definitive Story"
I've never heard of that one, I'll have to check it out...Biggrin Rekindle my obsession for all things Bowie...
I'm almost done with Siddharta, and I'm halfway through Candide by Voltaire(for summer reading for school, although I sort of like it)....
I never really finished Inkheart(but still got an A on the book report)
it got too tedious for me.
I loved Truancy and Freedom and Beyond(didn't have time to finish it tho), never finished Much Ado About Nothing...

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Carla Franklin may be a whore. She may be a wonderful, kind, moral woman. Seeing as I don't know her personally, I cannot know for sure. However, I find her actions (suing Google, requesting the personal info of her critics, getting angry over random internet idiocy that she should ignore and be bigger than, trying to get this site in trouble because of a few users' commentary on the situation, etc.) pretty ridiculous and unwarranted. If she didn't want people to to be talking about/judging her, well 1. that's impossible, she's a human, and 2. she shouldn't have been a model or agreed to be on film. AND 3. she DEFINITELY shouldn't have sued Google and made all this fuss over a few random idiots whom she probably won't ever know expressing their opinion. Mmkay? MMKAY.
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The Growing Storm, the first book in a series about WWII written by Winston Churchill.

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Brave New World by Vintage Huxley

"People often compete to be considered right rather than collaborating to find the real answer."-Will.

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Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card

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i read Call of the Wild, great book, and I'm almost half done with White Fang, both by Jack London.

i'm also reading Six Easy Pieces, a book about physics. It's interesting.

An it Harm None, Do What Ye Will
An it Harm, Do Only What Ye Must


Lighten up! This life was made for experimenting, making mistakes, falling on our faces, and standing up to do it all over again.
Live for Learning.


Carla Franklin may be a whore. She may be a wonderful, kind, moral woman. Seeing as I don't know her personally, I cannot know for sure. However, I find her actions (suing Google, requesting the personal info of her critics, getting angry over random internet idiocy that she should ignore and be bigger than, trying to get this site in trouble because of a few users' commentary on the situation, etc.) pretty ridiculous and unwarranted. If she didn't want people to to be talking about/judging her, well 1. that's impossible, she's a human, and 2. she shouldn't have been a model or agreed to be on film. AND 3. she DEFINITELY shouldn't have sued Google and made all this fuss over a few random idiots whom she probably won't ever know expressing their opinion. Mmkay? MMKAY.
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im reading

chocolate war forget who its by. farhenheit 451. and dumbing us down by john taylor gatto

life is just blah blah blah. we hope for blah, and sometimes we find it. but mostly its blah. and waiting for blah. and hoping you were right about the blahs you made. and when you think you just got the whole blah damn thing figured out, and your surrounded by the ones you blah. death shows up and blah blah blah.
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