That is just SO cool. :cool2:
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That is just SO cool. :cool2:
My left shoulder.
All wonderful books!
I would also recommend Haruki Murakami. His books are strange and beautiful. Kafka on the shore would be a good one to start with, methinks.
I love Sherlock Holmes. When I was young I used to memorize long passages from the books. Sadly, all I can remember now is "My dear Watson..." Not very impressive, I'm afraid.
Never heard of it, but it does sound very interesting. Thanks for the tip *off to check amazon*
I have 4 tattoos. One on each shoulder, one on my neck and a tramp stamp ;)
I am working on some ideas for a Roland/Dark Tower tattoo, but I have so many details I want to add, so my design is never...
My condolences to you, your wife, and grandma.
I am listening to it now, still not totally comfortable with the narrator, my favorite is Frank Muller, I just recently listened to The Talisman and Black House. So this new guy takes a little...
This thread is really great, when I read all the posts, I feel so happy to have found this place, so many kind and caring people here.
I also suffered, and like Sundrop, my suffering pretty much...
I watched Django Unchained and Seven psychopaths this weekend. Loved both of them.
Seven psychopaths has a lot of twists and turns, the actors are great and the story is just strange and unusual....
When you see a lone crow, and the first thought that enters your mind is "Gorg"
That is just too cool, what a great find!
I just ordered the audio book of 11/22/63, can't wait to get it.
I loved the book. The love story is amazing, and the conclusion did not disappoint me in any way. I read it, now I want the audio book. I think it's amazing how he can come up with new ideas building...
I actually felt a little of the same the first time I read it. I just couldn't get involved in the plot and the story.
Then I got the audio book, read it on paper again, and listened to the audio...
Started Mystery by Peter Straub, but can't really get into it right now. Decided to put it aside for a while, and read The Men Who Stare at Goats by Jon Ronson first. I loved the movie, and I have...
I wouldn't go fully digital, I love books, dvd's and cd cover booklets too much for that.
That said, I am extremely happy to have Netflix, WiMP (music streaming service) and kindle on my ipad.
Hello all. I have read the FAQ about making a photo album, but I have problems, and wonder if anyone can help.
From my mac with Safari, I can't even see the "photos" menu, from firefox I can see it,...
Also one of my favorites! Along with this:
Due to recent crisis and rising costs, the light at the end of the tunnel has been switched off.
(This one may have been posted before, I haven't read all pages here, but it is one of my favorites.)
Looks like our unicorn is just a donkey with a plunger stuck to it's forhead.
- Dr. House
My favorite! I don't really know why. It is old, the special effects are cheap, it misses quite a few of the elements I love about the book... And still I watch it over and over. I honestly don't...
I agree. I am not much of a Timberlake fan, but he was a very positive surprise in this movie. The story is fascinating and the actors are great - I loved it.
Haha, GNTLGNT, that is how I feel most days! (Only a female version)