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    The DaVinci Code


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    my friend's blog, it's like a book: http://66.235.37.224/matt/newblog/

    Dreams Underfoot by Charles DeLint, my favorite author. an urban fantasy. it's managed to weave itself into my daily life..

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    I just finished The Wastelands, the 3rd book in Stephen King's The Dark Tower series. I'm going to start Wizard and Glass soon. Their the only books that a english recommended to me and I liked. Some parts are corny. Like when Roland goes rambling about "Have you forgotten the face of your father?!"

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    Bill Bryson's A Short History of Nearly Everything. But then I got some video games, Simpsons Hit & Run and Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind, so I haven't been reading my book lately. *Slaps wrists*

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    Haha Cyber, I'm the same way. I get distracted at home, and don't read much. I catch up on my reading in study hall and on the bus.

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    Study Hall? The bus? The best time to read is during math or science class when the teacher is blathering on, baby! Maybe this is why I don't have such high grades, and my teachers dont like me much...

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    Gazbia Sirry: lust for colour - starts with some essays then lots of sketchs, oil paintings and water colours.
    Good one

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    you mean people also look at words as well as pictures around here?!

    just started readin cryptonomicon, just finished the da vinci code, kinda in a secret messages kick lately i guess

    for quick hits i've got the sherlock holmes series and almost all of lovecraft in a few books, good times!


    It's super happy wonderful fun time!
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    Dan Milligan doesn't seem to be reading much: "Being one who’s always looked at reading as a bit of a fad, and thus a slow and poor reader, advantage Tyboogie." (from http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...threadid=15284 )
    ... and just just look at his stuff!
    I gotta stop reading now and just draw, draw, draw.

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    An Unfinished life - Biography of JFK

    its pretty good but plenty boring at the same time, 800 or so pages, and im only 200 in, gonna be a long time before im done most likely
    www.knowthemovie.com :chug:

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    Heh Mos. I'm not smart enough to read in math and chemistry class. I can't even draw in those classes or I get behind. I actually have to hide my pencil in the bottom of my backpack to keep myself from drawing.

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    Well, since so many people talked about it, I picked up the Dark tower 1 and 2. So far so good.
    To summarize the summary of the summary : people are the problem.

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    The first one sucks, it starts getting good in the 2nd one, The Drawing of Three.

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    I just got finished reading Simulacra and Simulation by Jean Baudrillard. Now I'm reading Out of Control by Kevin Kelly.

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    Just finished Robert Jordan latest in the Wheel Of Time series. Some of the
    storylines I really enjoyed but others were annoying. There were a lot of chapters
    where the characters pointlessly blabbered on without advancing the plot, page filler?

    Pissed me off enough to draw this in my sketchbook.

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