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Recent Books that aint 'Arry Potter.

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http://www.amazon.com/Lucifer-Effect-Un ... 892&sr=8-1

the lucifer effect

recommended if you are into social psychology
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That sounds good.

I can't remember the last book I finished, because I've been reading that Gravity's Rainbow for so fucking long now.
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Finished reading it this morning. It was a good insight into Arsenal and the life of a defender and an alcoholic. Managed not to talk about God...but it was implied quite a lot. I enjoyed it.
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I'm reading Phillip Roth's "The anatomy lesson" now, but Zimbardo is great.
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William Gibson, Virtual Light.
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Is that better than AOTY?
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How much to ship Addicted to me, Toasty?

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The book actually cost me 0.01 and £2.49 shipping.
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These fellas have it cheaper than I can ship it to you for:

Addicted in da usa, innit.
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Thanks, Chris.
They have Manners on that site as well. But it's for £ 28.51.
I'm not spending that much on a book unless it comes with a vagina.
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judasmuppet";p="897501 wrote:Is that better than AOTY?
yes, it is

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Rick Cave";p="897604 wrote:Thanks, Chris.
They have Manners on that site as well. But it's for £ 28.51.
I'm not spending that much on a book unless it comes with a vagina.
Manners is simply not worth that sum. I love the book myself, but I feel that I bring more to the book than vice versa. It is a good rear though.
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No book is worth that sum.
I picked up Fever Pitch instead.

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I wanna read the bastard first.
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Fun book, gay team.
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Better make that two drinks you owe me, Toby.
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Celebrity Arsenal supporters includes such name as Tom Cruise, Hugh Grant, Demi Moore, Owen Wilson and Bin Laden.

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After reading that, do you still want to support this team?
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Woulda been High Fidelity methinks.

Currently I'm still seeing just how shithouse the new Palahniuk can get. So far its basically Its ripped off Strange Days, Existenz, 12 Monkies and Fight Club. Oh, and Perfume to get its few ideas. The plot thins with every page.
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We've had that discussion before, Toby.
Any one who chooses their club by who supports them is a cunt.

And Hugh Grant is a Fulham supporter.
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The Queen supports Arsenal.

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Thanks, Eli.
But are you fer or against my argument?
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Elton John supports Watford.

Who the hell supports Watford anyway. :lol:
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You support Leeds, Dick.
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Nothing has delighted me as much in 2005 when I discovered that Uncle Bin Laden supports my beloved team.
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But, all the Arse-nal players haven't got a beard. And they are capitalist non-muslims. How can he support them? He might as well support dubayu.
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