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    Quote Originally Posted by funky monk View Post
    The Fountainhead - Ayn Rand

    Fountainhead is a ****ing RAD book... I'd love it if Jayso would finally read the copy I lent him, he's had it for over a year. He'd love it, and I'd like to read it again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmcdole View Post
    Fountainhead is a ****ing RAD book... I'd love it if Jayso would finally read the copy I lent him, he's had it for over a year. He'd love it, and I'd like to read it again.
    haha he should get started. It's a long book. I'm reading my dads copy (read: older than me) so it's a small, thick book with small print. Seems like I've been slowly chipping away forever.

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    Rudyard Kipling's- The Jungle Book
    Charles Dickens- The Old Curiosity Shop
    P.D. Ouspensky- In Search of the Miraculous

    Reading these all right now. I've actually cut back a little...
    I think I'm subconsciously retarded.

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    I'm delving into a book Nate49509 lent me called "Photo Idea Index, By: Jim Krause". Very cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    the forum?
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    I'm actually reading Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

    the movie comes out in July and my wife is an avid fan and I read the whole series once already but just wanted to re-read it before seeing the film cause its been a while and I forgot most of what happened.
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    damn, i love harry potter.


    im reading on the road, by jack kerouac.


    theres a thread for this i think

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    The Places In Between by Rory Stewart - Scottish guy walks across Afghanistan in January 2002.
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    The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens
    I think I'm subconsciously retarded.

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    So you can read, but you can't search??

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    Quote Originally Posted by LucKie355 View Post
    So you can read, but you can't search??

    MERGIFIED!!!

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    i <3 j00 too (as long as you don't like bisque )

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    good omens by neil gaiman and terry pratchet. ****ing hilarious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by case sensitive View Post
    good omens by neil gaiman and terry pratchet. ****ing hilarious!
    ^^^^ Awesome book. ^^^^

    I'm reading this right now


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    reading the Odyssey

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    Just finished "Between a Rock and a Hard Place" by Aron Ralston
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    <------------ is reading this right now


    err... not sure why but it seemed interesting and I was in a layover in Newark ... weird **** happens in Newark...

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    Quote Originally Posted by subimatt View Post
    Escaping North Korea - Mike Kim.

    good choice before your trip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahsmyle View Post
    <------------ is reading this right now


    err... not sure why but it seemed interesting and I was in a layover in Newark ... weird **** happens in Newark...

    *sarah*
    i loved this book!


    im not reading anything right now, except some old Adbusters issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerwoman View Post
    i loved this book!
    great! I'm about 1/3rd through, it's pretty interesting

    *sarah*

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    Reading "The Elegance of the Hedgehog" by Mauriel Barbery - a delectable read about existential angst from the eyes of a autodidact concierge and a super-smart 12-year old resident of a posh Parisian neighborhood. A philosophy book shrouded in fiction and biting humor!
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    Your post just gave me a headache.

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    Now - Dan Brown - Angels and Demons
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    Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
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    Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide - Nicholas.D.Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn
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    The last Templar - ray bradbury
    (again, this is like time #4 for me )
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    A combination of pregnancy & childbirth books. About to add a couple more to the cycle, too... Fun!

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    Water for Elephants is awesome!!


    I just finished The bourne legacy

    Robert Ludlum

    was pretty good I imagine it will come out as a movie like the other 3 did.

    started reading

    The Alchemyst (Nicholas Flamel)

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    Rick Steve's Backdoor to Europe
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    Finished these 2 last week:
    1) The Photographer: Into War-torn Afghanistan with Doctors Without Borders - Emmanuel Guibert
    http://us.macmillan.com/thephotographer

    2) Baking Cakes in Kigali - Gaile Parkin
    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Baking-Cakes-Kigali-Gaile-Parkin/dp/0385343434"]Amazon.com: Baking Cakes in Kigali: A Novel (9780385343435): Gaile Parkin: Books[/ame]

    Now reading:
    Korea: A Walk Through the Land of Miracles - Simon Winchester
    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Korea-Walk-Through-Land-Miracles/dp/0060750448/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1253634715&sr=1-1"]Amazon.com: Korea: A Walk Through the Land of Miracles (9780060750442): Simon Winchester: Books[/ame]
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    ^ I'm actually a little jealous of your commute.
    granted, shorter would be better, but having some bus/train time to read would be awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    ^ I'm actually a little jealous of your commute.
    granted, shorter would be better, but having some bus/train time to read would be awesome.
    The reading time is nice But the MBTA is getting on my nerves the last few months last night, took me 5 hrs to get home
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    Quote Originally Posted by smizar View Post
    last night, took me 5 hrs to get home
    why?

    and good thing you didn't need to come to RI after....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    why?

    and good thing you didn't need to come to RI after....
    The train stopped at the West Natick stop because "something" was on fire on the tracks in Framingham. We were told to disembark after 20 mins in the train, wait for a bus (that took 45 mins to show up) to take us to Ashland and then take another train to Grafton So, we choose to call Pete's mom to come pick us up - she got lost in spite of having a 100% functional GPS ...and then we had to pick up Samba from doggie daycare, pick up our car from the train station.....we got home at 10:15 pm

    I know...I would have showed up at midnight to pick up my purse! BTW it's getting delivered today at home. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smizar View Post
    I know...I would have showed up at midnight to pick up my purse! BTW it's getting delivered today at home. Thanks!
    you doubted me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    you doubted me?
    He he...no! That was in case I had decided to pick it up...in spite of you convincing me that shipping was hassle-free, cheap and quick! Thankful now that I did not go down that route
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    1) Under the Black Umbrella: Voices from Colonial Korea (1910-1945) by Hildi Kang
    2) The Dwarf (Modern Korean Fiction) by Cho Se-Hui
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    Is it bad that I don't remember the last non-work related book I've read? I think I started reading a couple ADD books, but never finished them (no, I'm not joking....).

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    just finished a light beach-read I had started when I was actually on the beach...Nothing serious. Next, I will begin to tackle my giant 6 Sigma book.
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    Modern Korean Fiction - An anthology - Bruce Fulton and Youngmin Kwon
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