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Old 03-21-2007, 08:44 PM   #376
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What's an (excited) snowbunny like you doing in a place like this?
I bet it's due to the presence of NSW
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Old 03-21-2007, 08:48 PM   #377
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Apparently my presence kills people's good moods, though. So says Reg, who I thought was a friend.....sniff.
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Old 03-21-2007, 08:59 PM   #378
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Reggie is a Dogg after all. Pay no mind to him.

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Off to read for the rest of the night, since I've got no computer I won't be able to check in... be good kids!



I need to pay bills.

And I know this about eight hundred years late, nsw, but I've never read the Catcher in the Rye. So far I like it, but I could not concentrate on it on the train whatsoever.
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Old 03-21-2007, 09:19 PM   #380
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Better late than never, LMPA. Hope you enjoy it, would like to hear your thoughts on it when you're done. I read it at 16, and again at 34, and it was a very different book to me the 2nd time around.
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Catcher in the Rye is great. I have three copies. Cause the only thing crazier than having 2 copies of Catcher in the Rye, is having three copies of Catcher in the Rye. Lemmings.
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NSW - Your people had a show on Duke on tonight, and I watched it. I almost missed being a sports fan for a bit. If the Islanders hadn't totally shit the bed the past two weeks, I might have actually looked up a bracket to see who's in it and rooted for someone. But I've got enough favorite teams that suck.

WTF is the deal with Christian Laetner? Was he always weird like that?
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do you need me to whip this out?
Lila, WTF? You have a graphic for assclowns? My God. I'm dumbfounded.

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Is this in anyway realted to the previously posted assclown graphic?
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I forget most of it. I just remember his name....maybe I should read it again
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Is this in anyway realted to the previously posted assclown graphic?
no.







On a separate note though - I am quietly freaking out because an old friend from high school just showed up at my door. He now lives 7 hrs away and drove home today as his dad is sick. He just left.
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We should start a bookclub! And then when everyone gets the book, we all just say "Fuck it" and never read it!

I've had the Pearl in my laptop bag for months. Every once in a while I open the bag, and there it is. And I laugh.
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Is that a good freaking out? Or a bad freaking out, as in "I just finished Catcher in the Rye and then my dog said I should come visit you?" bad.

Sucks about his dad....right?
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Beav - all I did was googled 'assclown' and found that. What can I say.

As for books, I rarely read them
Maddy read 'To Kill A Mockingbird' for school last year I believe (she watched the movie with me once before that). She really liked it. She was out of books to read, and was about to re-read it. I was so proud. Maybe I should borrow it and actually read it myself
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I have a Bachelor's Degree in English. I got that with never reading "To Kill a Mockingbord", I never read anything by Hemingway til after college. I've still never read Faulkner. And they gave me an English degree. I do, however, know that the Millenium Falcon is the ship that did the Krestle Run in twelve parcets. God Bless America!
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It does suck about his dad.

And it's a bad freaking out.

Yeah, that was funny...The Pearl lolz. Did you read any of it? I read it a long time ago...don't remember it.
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