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Lit Jagger

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posted Friday, September 01, 2017 6:36:24 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
Started this a few nites ago about to finish it today. About a remote view program in Stanford then they come up with an idea to remote view Jupiter. If anyone doesn't know what that is , its psychic spying , the army had a program in the 60s called project star gate where they would use their 3rd eye to spy and gain intelligence691686

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Mental Patient UGHH Artist

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posted Friday, September 01, 2017 7:14:41 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Mental Patient
Cool.

I'm reading In Search of Excellence by Ton Peters

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fool blast

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posted Friday, September 01, 2017 7:52:50 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for fool blast
gentleman of leisure by bob adelman...real life story about a pimp in the early 70s...




this is my new favorite podcast, the rialto report....interviews w/ different people involved w/ porn in the 70s & 80s...

http://www.therialtoreport.com/2014/06/29/marty-hodas-king-of-the-peeps-podcast-38/

the one w/ marty hodas is incredible..the guy that set up the peep show machines in times square...made multi-millions in quarters, and had to navigate thru mobsters & the govt trying to shut him down...

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posted Friday, September 01, 2017 9:45:01 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for mic_data


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Lit Jagger

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posted Friday, September 01, 2017 10:33:10 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
YeH I know

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mic_data

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posted Friday, September 01, 2017 10:38:59 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for mic_data
Haw. I think that's Loooosely based on Ingo Swan, but I've never him mentioned anywhere concerning the movie.

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Tadow

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 1:55:28 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Tadow

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 12:07:15 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88


the story was alright, but the visuals were masterful. from the illustrator of daredevil born again and batman year one, this book is about as good as sequential storytelling gets. highly recommended graphic novel.



got through the first 60 pages of this last night. real cool sci-fi novel. it's about these aliens that are like centipedes that live on this planet that has a gravity that's something like 200 times the force of earth's. humans partner up with these aliens to retrieve a crashed spaceship of the humans. it's all told from the alien's point of view. pretty fascinating story, and hal clement was a real hard sci-fi geek type, so the details are interesting.



just finished this epic manga series. fuck, it was good. this shit would be huge, if someone were to turn it into an hbo miniseries, or something like that. it's so timely. highly recommended for anyone into manga, or thinking of getting into it. this is a good place to start.

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Porkelin

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 8:17:11 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Porkelin
I'm a student and a chess player, so most of the time it's either science books or chess books.
Got a pile by my bed, read whichever I feel like at the time. On the top of the bed stand pile:

The classic that brought us the term "Big Brother". I'm in the last couple chapters, shit's intense!

Next up is this prison breaker:

Cracked it a while ago, but left it at my father's.






After which there's the collab with 50:

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Lit Jagger

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 8:27:17 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
I've read 48 powers of law and 1984 years ago. Used to have the prince you read alot of manipulation over people books. They don't work at all or every famous person would be reading it. If you think you can use ya chess strategy thinking and reading manipulative books to get ahead, think again. You should use things for clarity instead

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Porkelin

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 8:32:42 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Porkelin
Who's to say I read it to apply it?

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Lit Jagger

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 8:36:15 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
1984, but more 48 laws of power and the prince are advocated by people that aren't really avid readers and purported to be books that hold keys. All they are is a darker side of inspirational books on the shelf. Both work the same way. It's to give the reader a feeling of power when nothing in these types of books hold any real substantial knowledge. I cringe at the recommendations brought up by these types of readers

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Porkelin

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 8:43:06 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Porkelin
Thanks for your advice.

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NotHereToFuckSpiders

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 8:27:01 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for NotHereToFuckSpiders

Fuckin hectic

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Tadow

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 11:22:49 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Tadow
Blood Meridian is a good one

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JSteez1

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 7:37:33 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for JSteez1

I'm reading the Emperor's Blades by Brian Staveley.
If you're a fan of gritty epic fantasy fiction, then this is for you. This is Book #1 of 3 in the Chronicles of the Unhewn Throne epic fantasy series. This novel gets good reviews, but the next two novels in the series are apparently better. They have much better writing.

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geepete

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 11:25:02 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for geepete
I'm currently into Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse - kind of fable, interesting how everything is going to work out at the end. Before that I read a short story by Haruki Murakami "A Strange Library" - very much recommend if you like weird stories or just Japan

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 11:43:07 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88


some classic peter bagge. real light read.

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 4:51:34 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88


about to start this one, when i get home from work in a couple hours. seems like it might be real dry and self explanatory. no idea if i'll finish it or not, lol. ironically. we'll see, though.



looks like this book i ordered has arrived at the local bookstore, so going to pick that up on the way home, and will probably in and out of it over the next little while. i'm really looking forward to reading this one.

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 5:11:14 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
Would read if I would have a job that doesn't request the last bit of nerve and 12h of focused attn/concentration from me.

I like reading thriller novels. Read this during my last Holliday and it was great. It's about some assembled stories from all casts of the Indian society. The traduction was pure greatness tho and that plays a phenomenal role in foreign books.

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 5:14:32 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
phat, you might enjoy these two books:



best two contemporary books i've read in the last year, by far.

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88

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 5:27:28 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
best two contemporary fictional books*

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Phatbeets

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 5:28:55 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
Thx, listed.

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NotHereToFuckSpiders

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 10:11:41 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for NotHereToFuckSpiders
Blood Meridian is a good one

Yeah i'm only half way through the cunt, fuckin love westerns though and old Cormac dont mince his words.

Got this on the shelf too,

wanted to read it before watchin the show. Anyone here read it?

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88

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posted Friday, September 08, 2017 10:21:02 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
haven't read the book, but the show's a real stinker.

speaking of westernes, got this on deck next:

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posted Friday, September 08, 2017 5:32:09 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for GPT Godfather

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