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    heh, heh :D I caught the reference. It's...

    heh, heh :D

    I caught the reference.

    It's almost as clever as your "playboy" comment. But that was genius. :thumbs_up

    *******

    I think "heh heh" is an appropriate comment for the last...
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    Would you enjoy reading an incredibly...

    Would you enjoy reading an incredibly well-written fictional story about the molestation of an innocent child that was written by a person with a known history of pedophilia? Say it was written in a...
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    Mentioning some of the particulars of my...

    Mentioning some of the particulars of my lifestyle was not to offer you ammunition to personally insult me and make erroneous generalizations about my character, of which you know nothing. It was to...
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    LOL! Oh dear, what I have I started?! :lol: ...

    LOL! Oh dear, what I have I started?! :lol:

    Note that I never said that an a-hole can't write well. Certainly they can. It's just that on a personal/subjective level I feel that I more than likely...
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    I read to assure myself I'm not illiterate.

    I read to assure myself I'm not illiterate.
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    In this particular case, I cannot separate the...

    In this particular case, I cannot separate the writer from his writing. Just as if Karl Rove or Dick Cheney wrote the most well-written fiction book loosely based on all the great things they've done...
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    I read a number of Hemingway's books in my early...

    I read a number of Hemingway's books in my early twenties, and thought his writing was highly overrated. Being that I am older now, and hopefully possess a bit more experience and wisdom, I thought I...
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    Bram Stoker (Dracula) and Mary Shelley...

    Bram Stoker (Dracula) and Mary Shelley (Frankenstein), of course.

    Ambrose Bierce, J.S LeFanu, Robert Louis Stevenson, Henry James (Turn of the Screw), Washington Irving (of Legend of Sleepy...
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    We heard you loud and clear. Thank you for...

    We heard you loud and clear. Thank you for sharing.
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    Is this thread for real? :crash: Why do I feel...

    Is this thread for real? :crash:

    Why do I feel like I'm at Comicon...yet...I'm not. I'm on a McForum.

    My failed commitment to quit forums due to pretentious pointless debates has been long...
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    the gov

    Wasn't that Arnold Schwartzenegger?

    :lol:

    Actually, it was Thomas Edison who supposedly said that. But I still suspect Schwartzenegger perspired more. And Edison inspired more.
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    I like yogurt culture. Just kidding. I'm a...

    I like yogurt culture.

    Just kidding. I'm a vegan.

    Culture is overrated.
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    Poll: yikes

    You're The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe!
    by C.S. Lewis
    You were just looking for some decent clothes when everything changed quite dramatically. For the better or for the worse, it is still...
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    Forgive me if I have not read through the four...

    Forgive me if I have not read through the four pages of posts about The Da Vinci Code...I really cannot bring myself to invest that much time on the subject.

    I'm simply taking advantage of an...
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    Tearing my hair out in bloody clumps. That's...

    Tearing my hair out in bloody clumps.

    That's how I write.

    And that's if I am not procrastinating about it.
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    Poll: What?! Danielle Steele's not on the list?!...

    What?! Danielle Steele's not on the list?! Blasphemy.
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    Perhaps it wasn't the writing itself that was...

    Perhaps it wasn't the writing itself that was strange, but the main character was entirely offbeat and subhuman-ly bizarre. (And, if I may add, loathsome.)
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    Good one! LOL I'd choose Roots by Alex Haley--...

    Good one! LOL

    I'd choose Roots by Alex Haley-- the most inspiring and meaningful book I have ever read. Since I would no doubt be innocent and incarcerated under false pretenses ;) , I would want...
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    The Monster at the End of This Book ...

    The Monster at the End of This Book

    http://www.amazon.com/Monster-This-Book-Birds-Favorites/dp/0375805613

    and Dr. Seuss, of course.

    :D

    Little Women was the first classic that I can...
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    As I was reading through everyone's posts I was...

    As I was reading through everyone's posts I was wondering if someone would mention A Confederacy of Dunces. It was the first book to come to mind. It was weird in a very disturbing way.

    Same with...
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    Ha ha ha! :lol: Awwww...Dio...I have a soft...

    Ha ha ha! :lol:

    Awwww...Dio...I have a soft spot in my heart for him, I do.

    He's just a lovable old medieval history enthusiast.
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    Did I just hear Poe roll over in his grave? :lol:

    Did I just hear Poe roll over in his grave? :lol:
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    I guess one could say death metal has grown up,...

    I guess one could say death metal has grown up, eh?

    I watched the Iced Earth vids. Is it my imagination, or does the singer sound like the dude from Queensryche?
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    Poll: I can't vote yet, but I've already broken out my...

    I can't vote yet, but I've already broken out my copy of One Day In The Life and started reading it.
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    This is more like death metal... Sounds like...

    This is more like death metal...

    Sounds like the stuff I used to listen to when I was in High School back in the early 80's. It's weird how that sound stuck around (e.g., the "growl" as we called...
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