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    I vote it's either TV or alcohol. Do you have...

    I vote it's either TV or alcohol. Do you have any idea how much tv the average person watches? And think about what they show on tv, especially to the people who can't afford cable...that's...
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    Poll: narrative...I guess it could be worse

    narrative...I guess it could be worse
  3. Thread: Siddartha

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    Lara, what do you mean when you say that the book...

    Lara, what do you mean when you say that the book was "highly narrative"? Do you mean that the plot (what happens next) was dominant over psychology, character developement, and theme? If so, I...
  4. Thread: Room 101

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    Room 101?

    Room 101?
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    There's another sonnet by shakespeare where two...

    There's another sonnet by shakespeare where two lovers discover that they've both been lying to each other about age and other superficial things. It puns on lie the whole poem. I don't remember...
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    The Scond Coming

    OK, I was in my kitchen with my roommates, and they were talking about how everyone is moving away. All of a sudden, I shouted "The center cannot hold!" After I said it I had no idea where it came...
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    The #1 party school--what is it? Do you have to...

    The #1 party school--what is it? Do you have to excel at beer pong to get in?;) ...that makes me wonder...do/did you guys have beer pong tournaments at your colleges, or is that only a NE US...
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    Siddhartha, by Herman Hesse. I cry every time I...

    Siddhartha, by Herman Hesse. I cry every time I read it.

    Of Human Bondage almost had me going
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    Poll: ...0r that there is no such thing as a wrong guy.

    ...0r that there is no such thing as a wrong guy.
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    Poll: ...Did a little site research and... -This...

    ...Did a little site research and...

    -This place was here clear back in '01, but there was hardly anyone who posted more than 5 posts until...

    Munro, Eric Son of Chuck, and Crisaor in '02
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    I dig it that you are all about bringing dig...

    I dig it that you are all about bringing dig back. Well, I have to go dig my biochem final (proper usage?). Bye!
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    Poll: I would say I'm in the middle, because although...

    I would say I'm in the middle, because although I've been here for as long as a lot of people I almost never post, and have a tendency to disapear for months at time. I think I've been dropping by...
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    Poll: DOestoevsky is my all time favorite, although...

    DOestoevsky is my all time favorite, although both kafka and nietzsche hold a dear place in my heart. I think I like nietzshe so much because although he's a philospher he is still readable. For...
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    Dean Moriarty was the one I loved. Even if I...

    Dean Moriarty was the one I loved. Even if I had hated the rest of the book (which I didn't) it would have been worth it for Dean.

    What I liked most about this book is that it was about people...
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    It's about a woman who is married to a coal...

    It's about a woman who is married to a coal miner, and how terrible coal mining is. I liked it a lot. I'm from a coal mining town, and my family used to be coal miners, so I conected with the...
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    Have any of you guys heard of Sheldon Currie? He...

    Have any of you guys heard of Sheldon Currie? He wrote a short story called "the Glace Bay Miner's Museum" that later became a novel, and then a movie called "Margaret's Museum." We studied it in a...
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    Canterbury Tales

    Canterbury Tales
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    I have a thing for classical piano music, Wilco,...

    I have a thing for classical piano music, Wilco, The Flaming Lips, and others along these lines.

    I am absolutely musically illiterate. I just started picking up good music in the past year. ...
  19. Thread: Best Director

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    My favorite would be the guy who did pi and...

    My favorite would be the guy who did pi and Requium for a Dream. Both were very insane and creative. I don't remember his name though; do any of you know it?
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    I can picture the reading. I bet it was very...

    I can picture the reading. I bet it was very effective. Where did you hear her read at? The only poets I ever get to hear read are the ones that come to campus for a small fee. I've yet to be...
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    ! round of applause ! Yes Azmuse, that's what...

    ! round of applause !

    Yes Azmuse, that's what I mean by universal beauty. And I like your definition of it--it isn't nit-picky or obscure or and incoherent attempt at sounding cunning.

    My...
  22. Thread: miso

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    I like this. It pushes steadily forward, so it...

    I like this. It pushes steadily forward, so it is pleasant to read, and describes non-sexual love, which so rarely gets any credit.
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    I may be in love. So far, I've only read just...

    I may be in love.

    So far, I've only read just this poem, and your signature, but I truly love this poet.

    Her work is vivid, overflowing with sobbing life, and so rhythmical that it asks to be...
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    Hmmm...perky and boring, I could see that. I'd...

    Hmmm...perky and boring, I could see that. I'd even go so far as to say that that is what I thought at first, but then when I finished it certain things about it stuck in my head, especially the...
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    If you do a good deed, with the gurantee of...

    If you do a good deed, with the gurantee of repayment for it in the afterlife, is it as good as a good deed for which you will recieve no repayment because there is no afterlife, especially if the...
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