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    Unwholly- the second unwind book. I dont usually read ya anymore but had to read unwind for one of my classes and now I just want to finish the series because... Im enjoying it... so yeah.

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    Some book about Nuclear stuff, it's pretty interesting.


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    A handmaids tale. Its interesting enough so far- or more than that really.

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    Finished Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil. Next up is Pat Buchanan's The Death of the West.
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    Standing on Water's Edge, by Anne Paris.
    CHOOSE THE PATH THEY'LL NEVER TAKE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abendrot View Post
    Finished Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil. Next up is Pat Buchanan's The Death of the West.
    I'd recommend you better books than that, what did you think of Nietzsche? Can you believe it was groundbreaking once?
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    Why Can't I Get Better? Solving the Mystery of Lyme and Chronic Disease. One of the scarier books I've read.

    Tick paralysis is a potentially lethal tick-borne bacterial infection. It can be caused by some 400 different tick species, including the same ticks that transmit Rocky Mountain spotted fever, such as the Rocky Mountain wood tick, the American dog tick, and occasionally the lone star tick, the Eastern black-legged tick, and the Western black-legged tick.
    Basically, there are hundreds of strains of ticks that carry multiple types of bacteria can than wreak your life and kill you.

    Katherine replied: "I'm here to see what else can be done for me. I've been diagnosed with Lyme disease, and despite several years of treatment, I still can't walk. I have no strength in my legs, and every time I try to stand up I feel like I'm going to fall over, because the room spins. I have constant headaches, and I can't get any relief despite all sorts of pain medications. I'm very sensitive to light, so I have to wear sunglasses most of the time, and I'm also sensitive to sound.
    Millions of Americans have tick related illnesses and aren't being treated properly.
    I'm super lazy and not in the mood to do anything. Bite me, ENTP.

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    The same thing I'm always reading.... the news.
    Your representative owes you, not his industry only, but his judgment; and he betrays, instead of serving you, if he sacrifices it to your opinion.
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    I started watching American Gods on Stars. I was intrigued, but it's a bit too lubricious for me.
    So I'm settling for reading a much more milder story by the author who wrote American Gods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimo2 View Post
    A handmaids tale. Its interesting enough so far- or more than that really.
    Let me know how it is. I've been meaning to read it. I like those dystopian sort of books.

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