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OT: How many of you folks here read often?

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#26
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I watch the Fast and Furious for fiction


Wow on so many levels!

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I read it 20yrs ago faggot.....have you read Trumps tax returns yet?

Haha.  You tilting Teddy.  So you read it as a 35 year old.  In the OC!  Who's your favorite.  Lep.  Or Tray Ball.

 

Imma read one book and make it count...Monster.  Haha.


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Use to take my best friend’s daughter to the library once a week after her mother died.
Probably read a couple hundred autobiographies and true crime stories during that period.
Haven’t been to the library for 5 years about the same time Simone got her driver’s license

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Use to take my best friend’s daughter to the library once a week after her mother died.
Probably read a couple hundred autobiographies and true crime stories during that period.
Haven’t been to the library for 5 years about the same time Simone got her driver’s license

 

True Crime is about 80% of the books I read. Can't get enough of them. Just finished Hotel Scarface you might like that one Dingo. Now going back to Lenny Dykstra's book House of Nails, awesome fucking book, I'm surprised how good it is. 



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Wow on so many levels!

 

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If the story isn’t real, why read a book or watch a movie? I can make up make believe in my head....

 

Gotta be trolling here. Gotta be. Right ? 



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Way of Men ended up being really good. Written by a Right Winger Sexist, but ultimately wasn't as extreme as I thought. 

 

Next up is "Not Caring about What Other People Think is a Superpower" by Ed Latimore. 


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Way of Men ended up being really good. Written by a Right Winger Sexist, but ultimately wasn't as extreme as I thought. 

 

Next up is "Not Caring about What Other People Think is a Superpower" by Ed Latimore. 

 

Love Ed Latimore... he's a smart boxer.  Might have to check out this book!



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https://www.amazon.c...69296/ref=nodl_

Great book. A true page turner.

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Everyone should read HAIRLINE ALBERTA before they die.

A real page turner about a window licking midget cab driver scam artist and life long loser.
"Cryptic bets, hot dog/hamburger discussion, threats, wigger cucumber, and so on. Good thread. Helps with the insomnia and is more fun than Statistics homework."

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Everyone should read HAIRLINE ALBERTA before they die.

A real page turner about a window licking midget cab driver scam artist and life long loser.

 

What is the actual name of that book? I don't recall. I may buy it for some bedtime reading. 

 

BAUS 



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https://www.amazon.c...n/dp/1492393606
"Cryptic bets, hot dog/hamburger discussion, threats, wigger cucumber, and so on. Good thread. Helps with the insomnia and is more fun than Statistics homework."

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Wtf your avatar is the customer images on her page?  Lol.


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Chris Matthew's book on Bobby Kennedy is pretty good.  



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Wtf your avatar is the customer images on her page? Lol.


No kidding. Wtf. I saw that too.

I’d obviously never write a dumb review like that. If I was going to write a fake review , I’d at least be funny.
"Cryptic bets, hot dog/hamburger discussion, threats, wigger cucumber, and so on. Good thread. Helps with the insomnia and is more fun than Statistics homework."

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Just finished the kite runner. Try to read about a book a week. On 14 this year. Nothing stands out.

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Just picked up 'The Will to Power' by Nietzsche and 'The Essential Writings of Machiavelli' by Peter Constantine. 

 

Anyone here read Nietzsche??


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If you like World War II history. I am enjoying a novel "Munich" by Robert Harris. 



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Interesting. I'll have to check it out. 


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Bought a book at the airport in Reno called “White Trash” pretty interesting read thus far.
"Cryptic bets, hot dog/hamburger discussion, threats, wigger cucumber, and so on. Good thread. Helps with the insomnia and is more fun than Statistics homework."

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Bought a book at the airport in Reno called “White Trash” pretty interesting read thus far.

Sounds like Spokane.

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Into the Wild

Into the Wild was a great fuckin book

As was Into Thin Air, but Wild was better

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Plowed through Ken Follett’s first two parts of his 20th century trilogy. Must’ve been 1900 pages. That made me swear off reading for a few weeks.

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Currently reading "Kiling Pablo" by the guy who wrote BlackHawk Down.  About Pablo Escobar's rise and fall.



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Constantly reading gambling related material......

 

Forums, magazines, books, newsletters, etc., etc., etc.

 

ENTRENCHED 


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