What books are u currently reading

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    read this yesterday

    reading this today
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    c... can it really do that?
     
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    yes, and according to polanyi, it's your fault
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    it's jews' fault ww1 happened and the economic collapse afterwards because international banking :meow:
     
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    But the money will be okay, right?
     
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    NOT IF YOU KEEP TOUCHING IT AT NIGHT, YOU FUCKING PERVERT!
     
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    Foucault's pendulum by Umberto Eco for a second time, and i must say it's one of my favorite books, along with The Egyptian Sinuhe by Mika Waltari aaand ... some .. other stuff... :D
     
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    This book makes sense after a drink or two.
     
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    ubik-cover.
     
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    lord of the files. obvious but still a classic.
     
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    I have a lot of them.
     
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    finished this recently:
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    very thick and thorough, the book ends with a quote showing how hypocritical lincoln was...
    followed by this
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    because ayn rand is gay
     
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    Completekierkegaard.

    Just finished the essay on Socrates and the concept of irony, now working my way through Either/Or. I'll probably have to go buy the full E/O though. It seems above average for Kierkegaard so far. Well placed in the anthology after the irony essay, too.
     
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    should have this book done by the end of the day
     
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    yep... finished that^

    started this last night
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    started out kind of slow but now it's finally picking up, liking it so far
     
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    i like the cover... is very gloomy
     
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    Best Moves in the Family

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    Great book if you're interested in child psychology; especially the effects of traumatic experiences on children.
     
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    If your reaching out...
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    The book deals with genocide survivors, kidnapped children and extreme cases of domestic abuse....
    The worst trauma I've ever experienced as a kid was when my mom walked in on me masturbating.
     
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    I'll bet that was pretty fucking traumatic for your mom also.
     
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    Finally finished "Ulysses", and if I hated modernism before, I utterly detest it now.
     
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    'The Stand' by Stephen King

    Some of his books are such shit but I kinda like that one.
     
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    Utter pile of shit ^^^. Started reading, stopped because it was shit. Finished some other book and went back to this because it was the only thing on my phone I hadn't read. It got better as it progressed, and I started to think "OK, so maybe the reviews were right". Then it abruptly finished, and I realised why the cunt author titled it "WTF". It's because that's what you'll fucking scream at the end, where nothing fucking happens and the fucking piece of shit just finishes.


    Then I read 2001 again (still hadn't loaded any moar books onto my phone). What a great fucking read. ACC is a master of sparse prose.


    Now I'm reading Dante's Inferno. Maybe this time I'll make it through...
     
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    I don't usually like his stuff but this was good.
     
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    Thisll take a while
     
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    this'll be nice...
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