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  • Mike_16's picture
    says: (05 Mar '10)

    Why don't we take a different approach here and talk about something that hopefully we all can relate to.  I would assume everyone here can read and has read so what sort of books are you into?  Let's talk about something you've read or want to read and see if anyone has read it.  Hopefully, this can turn into a nice, hopefully peaceful thread. 

     

    Btw, the type of book doesn't matter.  It can range from something old to something new to something fictional to something non fiction.  Let's keep this discussion purely between the pages.

     

    Peace.

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Mike_16's picture
on March 05, 2010

Why don't we take a different approach here and talk about something that hopefully we all can relate to.  I would assume everyone here can read and has read so what sort of books are you into?  Let's talk about something you've read or want to read and see if anyone has read it.  Hopefully, this can turn into a nice, hopefully peaceful thread. 

 

Btw, the type of book doesn't matter.  It can range from something old to something new to something fictional to something non fiction.  Let's keep this discussion purely between the pages.

 

Peace.

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wadz89's picture

Oh yeah and... 'Pickin up Hot Chicks for Dummies' Amirite Ian?
Dice's picture

The Alchemist
nIANja909's picture

The Berenstain Bears Captain Underpants Green Eggs and Ham Amelia Bedelia The Bible
Mike_16's picture

Another good book is The Egypt Code by Robert Bauval.
Mike_16's picture

Nietzhe isn't a freemason. Not every german is a freemason lolz. ETW, you need to settle down a bit. Roots was an okay book but ask a few black scholars what they thought of it and they will say it was a good effort, but still a fable of a depiction of what actually went on.
ExposingTheWicked's picture

roots alex haley
ExposingTheWicked's picture

beware of nietzche ... he's a freemason
Acirema_Live's picture

mike i'll definately have to check arthur...Read any william blake?
Mike_16's picture

By the way, anyone who likes to read Nietzche needs to read anything by Arthur Schopenhaur. I consider him Nietzche with a heart, well....sort of lol.
Mike_16's picture

The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse-Patrick Heron The Jesus Mysteries-Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy Behold a Pale Horse-William Cooper The Vedas The Bhagavad Gita more to come :)
DENIM.MOUZON's picture

I enjoyed The Gay Science, AC. Malcolm X, Taqwacores, A Long Way Gone, Makes Me Wanna Holler, Tar Baby, Go Tell it On the Mountain, Native Son, Black Boy and A Rose That Grew From Concrete. Nice Post Mike!
wadz89's picture

Most Tolkien stuff
Acirema_Live's picture

i know this much is true - wally lamp - about twins and one of them is schizo twillight of the idols, gay science, beyond good and evil - friedrich neitzche - philosophy the perks of being a wall flower - stephen chbosky - coming of age 1984 - geroge orwell - society and control - lupe fiasco's favorite book hills like white elephants - ernest hemingway - shortstory filled with puns, metaphors and built on multiple interpretations no one here gets out alive - (danny sugarman i think) - jim morrison bio