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Literary starter kit

Zzzzzing!
post #122 of 5624
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Literary starter kit

Grad student 101.

post #123 of 5624
High school, actually. Never made it to grad school. But I thought we were talking first lines, not favorite books.
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To clarify, I meant the response was grad student 101, not the suggestion.
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To clarify, I meant the response was grad student 101, not the suggestion.

Thanks. And to further clarify, I wasn't offended.
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Grad students are intolerable.
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Somebody has to do the real work of teaching.
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I don't know what they do in classes, but they seem to like to frequent cafes typing on their computers. And lay about in public parks, with cheap wine, discussing American Idol and Sartre--the irony.
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I don't know what they do in classes, but they seem to like to frequent cafes typing on their computers.

And lay about in public parks, with cheap wine, discussing American Idol and Sartre--the irony.

Speaking of irony....
post #130 of 5624
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Speaking of irony....

Are you in a cafe now?
post #131 of 5624
Yes, in Istanbul. How do you find Turkish coffee?
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I don't know what they do in classes, but they seem to like to frequent cafes typing on their computers. And lay about in public parks, with cheap wine, discussing American Idol and Sartre--the irony.
It's not a bad way of life, you know. I miss it sometimes.
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Yes, in Istanbul. How do you find Turkish coffee?

Very sweet, thank you very much.
post #134 of 5624
Air Guitar: Essays on Art and Democracy
by Dave Hickey

Going Nucular: Language, Politics and Culture in Confrontational Times
by Geoffrey Nunberg
post #135 of 5624
The Long Road Home by Martha Raddutz. Tells the story of the beginning of the Sadr City rising back in April 2004 from the soldier's point of view and also brings their families in as the news starts filtering back about casualties.
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