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post #91 of 133
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i enjoy these books.


Sir, there is nothing low brow about a company that publishes the fictional works of E. Howard Hunt.
post #92 of 133
2/3 of the way in, Law Abiding Citizen is hilarious.
post #93 of 133
should i read the twilight series. will it suck the soul out of me or make me appreciate the fact that im a phillistine at heart
post #94 of 133
I love reading fantasy novels Wheel of Time, Sword of Truth, Shannara series, anything David Gemmel . . . I've read most of the series through multiple times and can't but help loving them and wishing for a world where I had magic sword and powers to smite my enemies and solve my problems.
post #95 of 133
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should i read the twilight series. will it suck the soul out of me or make me appreciate the fact that im a phillistine at heart
Vulnerable girl to Man-pire: "I'd rather die than live without you." There. You read it.
post #96 of 133
good story. glad i read it
post #97 of 133
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good story. glad i read it
Too bad you're now a day late for the DVD release party! Speaking of which, did Neo attend?
post #98 of 133
I'm rather fond of ABBA.
post #99 of 133
I'm rather fond of Level 42. Which is also rather embarrassing.
post #100 of 133
I actually like The Clash's Cut the Crap album.
post #101 of 133
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I'm rather fond of ABBA.

"Knowing Me, Knowing You" really gets me stirred up.
post #102 of 133
ABBA is some of the most perfect pop ever written.
post #103 of 133
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ABBA is some of the most perfect pop ever written.

On this we can agree. I'm exceedingly fond of 'SOS'

My other vices include intricate and bombastic commercial and underground Japanese pop, in addition to an affection for sci fi/fantasy television and comic books. But then, my avatar says it all
post #104 of 133
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On this we can agree. I'm exceedingly fond of 'SOS'
John Lennon said "SOS" was one of his favorite songs of all time. I like that one too.
post #105 of 133
Just watched Serenity last night. It was so awesome.
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