"a complete lack on intellectual curiosity, and a sense of humor that make beavis and butthead look like NPR commentators" Fyshnutz
Salty wrote:Cool man; If you're interested, I should be able to scan a copy of that deposition tomorrow. Interesting readingcool, i need something cool to read.
Gaper's Pimp wrote:Pimp - As a self-described reformed Texican - with plenty of friends and family back home - I have to say you crack me the fuck up. This is typical humor from my people, this could have been said by several of my old friends. I'd be happy to buy you a Shiner to hear what else you got to say.nuclearityCliff, you sure talk pretty. Are you a real Texican or a transplant?
alteredstates wrote:...i could read 1984 for the rest of my life.1984 IS the rest of your life
Back Eddy wrote:One of the great American authors, overlooked by many - including this thread. A great author for people like me (and maybe you) - because I have a few beers/bourbons before bed time and reading time. Light, easy reading, but not frivolous. Meaningful prose, but fun to read and funny - and extremely profound at times.I would put A Man Without a Country at the top of that list of Vonnegut's works. However, I thought this thread was about if one has read anything good lately, not a list of what one thinks are the great authors that need to be read. If that's going to be the case...
Many titles to read, but I enjoyed (among others):
Mine are inbound via US post :wink
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