Books and such

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  1. Da/v/e

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    So, what do you read, edf? Time to get arrogant in this mothafucka
    I like russians, quite a lot, yet I havent read that much of em. Mainly Dostoyevski: The Brothers Karamazov, The Gambler, Humilliated and Insultated, and Notes from the Underground. Some Chejov too.
    Lots of latin american writers, since I am a spic: Garcia Marquez, Vargas Llosa, Borges -total mindfuck-, Cortazar -more mindfuck, but this time hillarious-. Bunch of others.
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    Some Poe, too, cause he's awesome. Kafka, of course, a great favorite. Nietzsche, to darken my nights. Hemingway, Jack London, Ray Bradbury, read some of all them. Fucking awesome. I just finished reading Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. Shit was quite cash.
    Take a second to look back, surely there's a book or two that have made you the one you are.
     
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    I rarely have free time to read actual books - the last one i read was a great Sci Fi book called "The Windup Girl". I read The Economist every week. Love that magazine, despite the fact they refer to themselves as a newspaper.
     
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    books are for jews
     
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    I don't read fiction.

    I may occasionally read plot descriptions of fiction, but never fiction itself.
     
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    Understood
     
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    Western comics , Graphic novels , Required reading for classes, Crowley ,Michael W Ford, A.O Spares , Peter J Carroll, Hawking (but I have trouble understanding it fully, but I get the basic jist (not great with math)) Random books I find around the house, How to books on reading sheet music (I am tired of Tabs), Building manuals( I want to build a new room in my house....Working on building the walls .....next week) , Possibly some web comics .
     
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    I'm reading a book about secrets and strange events of World War 2 it is pretty cool

    I'm pretty sure it is could Mysteries of World War 2
     
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    i am dumb.. so i read lots of comic books.. currently i am reading bevis and butthead issues 6 and 7.. and also "the tick-the naked city"

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    William Hope Hodgson's The house on the borderland
    Swan song / McCammon, Robert R.
    The illustrated golden bough / Frazer, James George, Sir,
    The call of Cthulhu and other weird stories / Lovecraft, H. P.
    Bruce Lee's fighting method / Lee, Bruce,
    A briefer history of time / Hawking, S. W.
    The 4-hour body : an uncommon guide to rapid fat-loss, incredible sex, and becoming superhuman / Ferriss, Timothy.
    Diary : a novel / Palahniuk, Chuck.
    The comedy bible : from stand-up to sitcom : the comedy writer's ultimate how-to-guide