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    Sounds like a tiring job to me... But it's good that you're pro-environment.
    I work part-time in the family business. Help out is more like it, since I only report for work when I don't have classes.
    I need to brush up on my Latin, too. These days I can't seem to form a complex sentence in Latin... (As is obvious in my sample sentences in the group...)
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    Hi, welcome to the Latin corner!!!
    My interests are mainly anime (we have an anime social group, too, if you're interested...), languages and literature. But I only read for pleasure, I'm afraid I'm not that good when it comes to in-depth studies. (And the reason why I joined Litnet is because there are awesome individuals here like Stlukeguild, Coberst (you can find him in the philosophy section), JBI, Drkshadow, Virgil from whose posts I get to learn a lot. Not limited to these four members of course.
    Yes, I do go to a university, my course's European Languages, major in Spanish and minor in French.
    At present, I'm stuck with A.S. Byatt's "The Virgin in the Garden". Been too busy with school work that I can't seem to find time to read.
    What's your job, BTW?
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    I'm okay, but can't hardly wait for my vacation to arrive... Who likes working in summer anyway?
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    I've been reading Cat's Cradle by Vonnegut, which is excellent, and Dostoevsky's short stories, which are astounding. I haven't read Dostoevsky before, so I see now what people mean when they refer to his work as having psychological depth. What about you?
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    How do you do?
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    Hi.

    I saw you in the Chekhov thread and you seem like you're interested in reading him. He's a fantastic short story writer. I'd recommend "Misery" and "The Lady with the Dog" first, because I think those are good examples of both of Chekhov's unique styles.
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by libernaut on 08-11-2009 at 02:36 AM
[img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/17/Manhattan_on_September_12_-_Landsat7.jpg/800px-Manhattan_on_September_12_-_Landsat7.jpg[/img]
Picture from nasa on 09/11/2001:
[url]http://www.gsfc.nasa.gov/topstory/20020905wtc.html[/url]

goddamn. i cant believe they took the images off... satelite videos from nasa of the buildings as the were attacked.

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