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Well while I wait for the AAJ to come the next two books in the stack are "Chicot the Jester" -Alexandre Dumas, and "Emma" - Jane Austen that ought to take a week or ten days to get through those.

Which is kinda like braggin to women about how fast you are in bed wave.gif

 

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Did your mama ever have any children that lived?

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"Confederates in the Attic" by Tony Horwitz...on the couch

 

"Unfit For Command" by O'Neill and Corsey...at the gym

 

"The Starship and the Canoe" by Kenneth Brower...on the shitter

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The ingredients list on the Cheerios box after I finish reading the fine print on the Shrek bobble doll deal.

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Just finished two Jasper Fforde 'Thursday Next' books (fun. light reads)

 

'Mr. Timothy', by Louis Bayard - Timothy Cratchit as an adult, haunted by ghosts of his own, and solving a mystery.

 

Starting 'King Rat' by China Mieville

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A Short History of Nearly Everything

by Bill Bryson

 

Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them

By Al Franken

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just finished "memoirs of a geisha" (arthur golden) and "icebound" (jerri nielsen). both were good, although i wasn't impressed with geisha's ending. just started "under the banner of heaven" (krakauer). also trying to read a risk management textbook, but i don't find it very exciting. cantfocus.gif

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Just finished "Under the Banner Of Heaven" by Jon Krakauer

Going to start "Naked" by David Sedaris

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just finished "memoirs of a geisha" (arthur golden) and "icebound" (jerri nielsen). both were good, although i wasn't impressed with geisha's ending. just started "under the banner of heaven" (krakauer). also trying to read a risk management textbook, but i don't find it very exciting. cantfocus.gif

 

 

geisha was good, but i agree with your ending. I read it right before travelling to japan (and kyoto) and was lucky enough to spot a few geisha and see Gion with my own eyes. I wish to know now what happens inside those tea houses...

 

Under the Banner is a good book and like all of his, a real page turner...

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Voters' Pamphlet -- Volumes 1 & 2

 

I'm sensing a liberal bias as evidenced by their use of the term pamphlet . . . rolleyes.gif

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