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Old 08-22-05, 10:07 PM   #11
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^ My parents loved the Kite Runner.
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Old 08-23-05, 03:39 AM   #12
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Boys will put you on a pedestal (so they can look up your skirt)

Funny, kind of a dad's advice to daughters book.
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Old 08-23-05, 04:13 AM   #13
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Just finished "The Luckiest Girl in the World" after reading "The Best Little Girl in the World" and "Kessa" - all by Steven Levenkron (i think thats it..) the titles sound stupid but theyre REALLY good
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"The State Annotated Traffic Code--Revised Edition"--new traffic enforcement rules coming into effect October 1st. Luckily the book is only 40 pages long and not the 455 of the one issued at the start of the year...
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Old 08-23-05, 05:47 PM   #15
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Now that sounds like exciting reading, 16L43.

I'm reading recipes trying to decide what to make for dinner.
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^^^

Believe me, it's exciting reading! :\

(If we could convine the geniuses in the state house to quit rewriting laws every five minutes. we might just be able to do our jobs...)
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Hey, Feigenbaum, have you read To Kill A Mockingbird? In the U.S. like every high-schooler has to, but I don't know in the U.K. It would be kinda easy for you but is an amazing read.
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GHOUL - Michael Slade
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Hey, Feigenbaum, have you read To Kill A Mockingbird? In the U.S. like every high-schooler has to, but I don't know in the U.K. It would be kinda easy for you but is an amazing read.
Yeah last year.And we watched the film.I think its mandatory everywhere.:lol
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Yeah guess so! I loves the movie, too. Did you like them?
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