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    Nilesgirl, let me know how it goes. I tackled Anna Karenina in 8th grade and, not surprisingly, hated it. Maybe I should give it another go.

    When I get through American Gods, of course.
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    Ok, you guys convinced me to actually go out and purchase American Gods! I'm excited about reading it, and I intend to tackle it just as soon as I finish Beauty's Release.

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    I actually just finished Fahrenheit 451. Good characters, good plot, a good book in general.

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    I just finished reading The Turner Diaries by Andrew MacDonald---by far the most exciting book I've ever read.

    I'm starting Unintended Consequences by John Ross next---sounds very promising.

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    Puck, I've always been morbidly interested in the Turner Diaries, if only to see how bad and offensive it is. I'm not sure I could make it through the entire book...
    " I look like Nigella Lawson with a $#*!ing hangover."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texicana
    I guess I should feel really vapid that I'm currently working my way through a 40 issue stack of US Weeklys I found at a used bookstore. Especially since everyone's reading actual literature
    Don't feel vapid,Texicana! US Weekly is like porn to me!

    Can't take a good day without a bad one
    Don't feel just to smile until I had one
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    I make a fuss about a little thing
    The rhyme is losing to the riddling

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    Thanks Corkles m'love!
    " I look like Nigella Lawson with a $#*!ing hangover."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcorkles
    Don't feel vapid,Texicana! US Weekly is like porn to me!
    In other words, don't feel vapid, Texie, feel dirty.
    It's such a fine line between stupid, and clever. -- David St. Hubbins

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    I'm in touch with that emotion Lucy

    Okay back on topic. I have about 20 US Weeklys left.
    " I look like Nigella Lawson with a $#*!ing hangover."

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    I went to two different bookstores looking for Coraline with no luck. Maybe I can pick up a copy at the library. The only problem with the library is I have no willpower--I can't walk out of there without a big stack of books, even knowing darn well I won't have time to read them. Then I either end up returning half unread, or not on speaking terms with the library 'cause they're overdue.

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