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Old 01-29-2005, 11:25 PM   #1
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So who all reads?

So who all reads here? I just got back into reading. I've been reading the Resident Evil serries by S.D. Perry. I'm on book six, Code: Veronica.

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Old 01-29-2005, 11:46 PM   #3
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Heh. When everyone was reading those, I was reading Star Wars book and got a 12.9 reading/grade level in 7th grade.
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im reading ragtime, by e.l. doctorow, good book
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i used to read those a while back
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ive read a few thousand books.
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im reading ragtime, by e.l. doctorow, good book
what's it about?

i'm hoping Capcom give her the rights to extend the resident evil series. i wanna know what leon was doing those six years.
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i'm hoping Capcom give her the rights to extend the resident evil series. i wanna know what leon was doing those six years.
hmmm... how are those resident evil books? i'm into the action type books, and i'm a fan of clive cussler and james rollins(ive read every book written by both of them). i'm always looking for good new stuff...
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She changed some stuff and added some stuff. Like Trent, he's the one giving all the characters (Jill, Chris, Carlos, Rebecca) information on Umbrella, since he works for White Umbrella. She wrote it real well, she'll tell one characters perspective until something happens to another character, come back and tell what happened before and continue on. The titles are...

Resident Evil: Zero [Game, before RE1)
Resident Evil: The Umbrella Conspirancy (Game, RE1)
Resident Evil: Caliban Cove (Between RE2/3, Rebecca as the main character.)
Resident Evil: City of the Dead (Game, RE2)
Resident Evil: Underworld (Trent gives Leon, Claire, Rebecca, Barry info on an Umbrella uber code book.)
Resident Evil: Nemesis (Game, RE3)
Resident Evil: Code Veronica (Game, after Claire gets captured in Europe.)
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Ive been reading all the books I was supposed to read in HS that looked interesting but I never read. The Great Gatsby, 1984, and a few others. I also read anything by Stephen Ambrose and just finished To America: Reflections of an Historian. I am also really big into the Wingman/Starhawk series by Mack Maloney Series starts as a pretty good military fiction book, then turns into a good scifi book when it changed to the Star Hawk series. Im trying to decide what book I want to start on now since I just finished 1984.
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Ive been reading all the books I was supposed to read in HS that looked interesting but I never read. The Great Gatsby, 1984, and a few others. I also read anything by Stephen Ambrose and just finished To America: Reflections of an Historian. I am also really big into the Wingman/Starhawk series by Mack Maloney Series starts as a pretty good military fiction book, then turns into a good scifi book when it changed to the Star Hawk series. Im trying to decide what book I want to start on now since I just finished 1984.
read If I Die in a Combat Zone by Tim O'Brian
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i used to read when i was in elementary school, matt christopher sports books to be exact, now the longest thing i read is arcticles in sports illustrated
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I like to read but it seems no one here is really too fond of the books I enjoy. Has anyone heard of Paradise Lost? I believe it is by John Milton. Also to go along with that one is The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Inferno. The good ol' Zen And The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (Don't let the name fool you, it's superb). Leslie Stevenson writes some good books in the category of Philosophy. Most notably his two books on the study of human nature called Seven Theories of Human Nature and The Study of Human Nature. And of course, Godfather, haha.
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I read a lot..

tom clancy, robert ludlum, stephen king.. a few other lesser known authors.. reading the da vinci code now.. good book so far... very interesting..
I have about 3 of those giant blue tupperware bins filled with books that I've read and am too lazy to donate or try to sell, lol..
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I read a lot..

tom clancy, robert ludlum, stephen king.. a few other lesser known authors.. reading the da vinci code now.. good book so far... very interesting..
I have about 3 of those giant blue tupperware bins filled with books that I've read and am too lazy to donate or try to sell, lol..
the davinci code was supposed to be an excellent book, never read it though. Perhaps I'll get the book on tape next time I drive somewhere far away, haha. Right now if I'm reading, it's a text book, so I don't have time for books like that anymore.
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I used to read alot now I dont have time
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i used to read when i was in elementary school, matt christopher sports books to be exact, now the longest thing i read is arcticles in sports illustrated
matt christopher books, those things were awesome
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i love to read, just don't have time while I'm in school.
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:spaz: you dont have to read at school, do yall have picture shows?
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I've been reading the Ender's Game series by Orson Scott Card, it may seem childish at 1st but it really does develop into a good series
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too many school books to read...


but when i'm not reading school stuff i like horror novels
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When I was going to get the last RE book, on the self next to do it, there was nothing but Halo books. I had no clue they could write that many books on Halo.
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You're a projectionist and you're tired and angry, but mostly you're bored so you start by taking a single frame of pornography collected by some other projectionist that you find stashed away in the booth, and you splice this frame of a lunging red penis or a yawning wet vagina close-up into another feature movie.

This is one of those pet adventures, when the dog and cat are left behidn by a traveling family and must find their way home. In reel three, just after the dog and cat, who have human voices and talk to each other, have eaten out of a garbage can, there's the flash of an erection. Tyler does this.

A single frame in a movie is on the screen for one-sixtieth of a second. Divide a second into sixty equal parts. That's how long the erection is. Towering four stories tall over the popcorn auditorium, slippery red and terrible, and no one sees it.

Tyler spliced a penis into everything after that. Usually, close-ups, or a Grand Canyon vagina with an echo, four stories tall and twitching with blood pressure as Cinderella danced her Prince Charming and people watched. Nobody complained. People ate and drank, but the evening wasn't the same. People feel sick or start to cry and don't know why. Only a hummingbird could have caught Tyler at work.







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Heh. When everyone was reading those, I was reading Star Wars book and got a 12.9 reading/grade level in 7th grade.
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i still read them. i have every star wars novel that takes place AFTER the original movie trilogy... as soon as episode 3 comes out i'll start on the pre-trilogy novels
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I am reading "First in Last out, Leadership lessons from Fire Department of New York" by Battalion Chief John Salka, FDNY Batt 18. Very good leadership book
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I love history stories. There was one book that I couldn't seem to put done. I finished that book in 2 days. It's called Things They Carried. It was an awesome book
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