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 Post subject: Re: Books you love but nobody else seems to like
PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 5:08 pm 
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ginny-ROX wrote:
I'm a freak I love reading Dictionarys-Would anyone care to join me or am I on my own

I really enjoy reading dictionaries as well, and I also have several friends who do, too. What? Is that supposed to be weird?


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 Post subject: Re: Books you love but nobody else seems to like
PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 5:53 pm 
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Siniri wrote:
ginny-ROX wrote:
I'm a freak I love reading Dictionarys-Would anyone care to join me or am I on my own

I really enjoy reading dictionaries as well, and I also have several friends who do, too. What? Is that supposed to be weird?

According to everyone I know yes


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 Post subject: Books you love but nobody else seems to like
PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 11:58 am 
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I would add Mind Myth and Magick
Theres a lot of stuff that seems unworkable and/or impractical but theres great stuff in there too.

Funny Ive begged, borrowed or stolen temporarly some of the books listed above and I think the same can be said for a lot of them.

You may not find the tricks themselves all to your own personal liking but then again...thats why its not your book...rather you didnt right the book. If you wrote a book it would be really different stuff that someone else would say, "Yeah but its not really anything I would do though."

Thats because this stuff is much more personal in taste and approach. Its much harder to look through a bizarre book of stuff for something "I would like to perform." Its like walking through a Modern Museum looking for stuff you would like to paint.

But, I think all books of Bizarre would be worth reading just to be able see how another artist thinks.

Im getting a retro-active raise soon at work so Im hoping to add a few titles to my collection as well

Im babbling,
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 Post subject: Re: Books you love but nobody else seems to like
PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 6:34 pm 
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There's a Boy in the Girl's Bathroom - I made have said this before, but I feel I can't say it enough. This book is amazingly deep, and it's written for a 4th Grader. I don't understand why the author Louis Sachar isn't given awards from psychologists given how deep and simple he makes his characters. :evil:


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