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Snoopy22

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Rex Stout - Nero Wolfe/The Golden Spiders
 

Don Mills

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Time Magazine.....from 1946. Very interesting to read of concerns and threats, real or perceived immediately after the War. Advertisements appear to be incredibly lame or naive--nothing new. TV commercials over 15 years old are usually perceived to be weird or culturally off-balance.
What is commercial consumer grade advertising doing to us?
 

Snoopy22

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Robert B Parker - The Godwulf Manuscript
 

Snoopy22

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Rex Stout - The Mountain Cat Murders
 
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spin-1/2-nuclei

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This week:
course of theoretical physics volume 8 - L.D. Landau, E.M. Lifshitz

Angewantte Chemie - volume 49 issue 22

Laura Bush - Laura Bush [ WTF?! :( ]
*warning: you will loose IQ points exponentially and may also develop a tourette's-like syndrome whenever someone innocently tries to make small talk with you.
 

Tecla

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Just arrived:
Personality Type: An Owner's manual by Lenore Thomson
Existentialism from Dostoevsky to Sartre by Walter Arnold Kaufmann
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul by Douglas Adams
 

miss fortune

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rereading Guards! Guards!, by Terry Pratchett because someone said something that reminded me of a quote from it the other day :blush:
 

prplchknz

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Silence of the Lambs-Thomas Harris

very intense, but good. I can't read more then 30 pages at a time because i have to put it down and absorb what i've just read . It starts at slow but when Hannibal Lecter is introduced, the chapters with him in it are so intense, I love him. But defiently a book you need to focus on, or else you miss something important.
 

swordpath

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TheSerpentandtheRainbowA1345_f.jpg
 

trondor

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Currently I'm reading a book about a woman who suffered deeply from schizophrenia but managed to recover and are now a psychiatrist.
Her name is Arnhild Lauveng, and the book is not translated to english, but the title would be something like "Tomorrow I was always a Lion". Even just the title screams epic story.
 
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