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Old 02-20-2010, 12:55 AM   #1
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So, What Are You Reading?

Another post got me thinking about this. What books are yall reading right now? I'm reading "Off Magazine Street" by Ronald Everett Capps and Albert Camus's "The Fall."

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Old 02-20-2010, 01:00 AM   #3
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Notes of a Seaplane Instructor by Burk Mees

It's an ASA instructional guide to seaplane flying. I go back to flight school in the fall for my commercial pilot's certificate (among many others) and will be picking up my seaplane rating soon.
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Order in Chaos by Jack Whyte. Not as good as the predecessors or some of his other work.
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I am reading Lone Survivor by Marcus Littrell and I just finished the entire works by Zane Grey
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I'm a few pages from finishing "Musashi's book of five rings"
Then I'm gonna start on 'Buddha" by Deepak Chopra
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I'm a few pages from finishing "Musashi's book of five rings"
Then I'm gonna start on 'Buddha" by Deepak Chopra
Oooo, I read that a few years ago. Followed it up with The Art of War and the Tao of Pooh.
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Oooo, I read that a few years ago. Followed it up with The Art of War and the Tao of Pooh.
Nice...maybe I'll do the same. I will definitely re-read this one someday..its a quick read.
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Italian, not such a difficult language, and its sexy when the women speak it.
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Old 02-20-2010, 10:10 PM   #19
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Italian, not such a difficult language, and its sexy when the women speak it.
wait...your reading an Italian book, written in Italian. Or your reading a book to learn Italian?
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I'm re-reading - Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension, by Michio Kaku.
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Italian, not such a difficult language, and its sexy when the women speak it.
It's a simple language, especially if you're already fluent in European Spanish.
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I'm re-reading - Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension, by Michio Kaku.
Theoretical physics blows my mind
That actualy sounds like an awesome read. I think I'm adding it to my reading list this year. I love physics and parallel universes and time travel theories. It's funny, I love theoretical physics but couldn't major in it because I can't do math. My brother is an engineer and can do the math but is only interested in practical physics, not theoretical.
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^Wow, ok, I just read part of that book at This Site

And I am definitely going to have to read the whole thing.
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Manolito, I loved that book. It is one of my favorites.

I just finished "I hope they serve beer in hell". Hilarious. If you want a preview, he has a couple of stories on his website. This is a "guys" book
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I'm re-reading - Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension, by Michio Kaku.
Theoretical physics blows my mind
I just looked that up on amazon and bought it It'll be here tomorrow
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If you like that, read his "sequel" to that book, World War Z. It's another good read by Max Brooks.

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