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    What does this LitNetwork do to you?

    What does this LitNetwork do to you?


    **simple question**
    **simple answer **


    ----- it makes me think critically with other's different opinions/beliefs----

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    depends, if I have plenty of litnet access it makes me happy... if not...well its not pretty for anyone..

    Wake up, coffee, shower, litnet...Good day

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    It makes me procrastinate homework, sleeping, and nearly every other schedule-based part of my life.
    Other than those, I learn things. New, exciting, sometimes crazy and creepy things.
    It's good for my usually sluggish brain.

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    It is a place where I found many good friends.
    It also provides me with a bit of relaxation from the threadmill along with numerous hints and tips for good reading

    /Claes
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    My position lies on a combination of the three posts above mine

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    It gives me much Food for thought and way tooo many recommendations of books that I should read before I die. I'll never make it, but I'll have fun trying before dying.
    "What is this life if, full of care, we have no time to stand and stare." W.H. Davies

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    Quote Originally Posted by skib View Post
    It makes me procrastinate homework, sleeping, and nearly every other schedule-based part of my life.
    Other than those, I learn things. New, exciting, sometimes crazy and creepy things.
    It's good for my usually sluggish brain.
    Me too. (Especially the first part.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynne50 View Post
    It gives me much Food for thought and way tooo many recommendations of books that I should read before I die. I'll never make it, but I'll have fun trying before dying.
    Hi Lynne, long time no see! Seems you've just found yourself a good pastime for the rest of days until that final hour (some black humor... sorry )

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    *shrug* I just like the people. There are four or five people here who I like way more than most of the people I know in real life (who are mostly pretty boring). There are also three or four people with life views that I would never come across where I live, it's interesting.

    Litnet's got this whole "community" thing happening. It's nice.
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    I like the people...
    I like the debate...
    I like the books discussed!
    Good place all around...
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