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this started out in eightball, right?
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Please recommend some provocative literature like this or Barthelme.
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this started out in eightball, right?

I think it did, it's definitely in chapters, but most of Clowes' stuff is.

Goddamn, is it the perfect representation of a nightmare.
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The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism
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The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism

The hack job Naomi Klein does on Milton Friedman is truly despicable. Conveniently for her she released this book after he passed away and couldn't tear her argument against him to shreds.
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just started james ellroy's "blood's a rover" yesterday. not sure. anyone else read it? i liked the first two of the trilogy, but this one is so amped up and conspiracy-laden ... it reads like a liberal version of Artisan Fan (if he could write).
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Can't decide between



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For The New Intellectual by...

Ayn Rand

my first foray into Rand philosophy. I gotta say, I dig it.
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It's the Chicago Tribune, they have a sociopath as a recruiter and turn their noses up at THEIR OWN interns.

Almost forgot, prior to Kafka on the Shore:



And it was AMAZING

Same here, eventually got to the end of the series. Somewhat hard to follow in parts but the best I have read in this genre. Amazingly entertaining. What a set of characters! It reminded me of, errrr, USA.
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Any good basketball books?
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i am reading a HTML book
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Any good basketball books?

What are you looking for? Books about the game/philosophies of aspects of the game? Funny/realistic stories from people inside the game? Inspiring biographies/autobiographies of famous stars? There are lots of great basketball books.
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"Every Man Dies Alone," 2/3 finished. I have a feeling that the denouement will be haunting.
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Any good basketball books?

Heaven Is a Playground by Rick Telander
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