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    Changes by Jim Butcher.
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    This classic edition of Score magazine, from November 1999.



    Featuring the 20 Bustiest Slim-n-Stacked Score-Girls of All Time!

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    ^You're reading it or jerking off to it?
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    The Simply Raw Living Foods Detox Manual by Natasha Kyssa.

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    now that i'm not working, i've been doing a ton of reading. right now, i'm working on 3 books...

    *the road by cormac mccarthy (quick read! so heartbreaking, though. i've cried a lot.)
    *i know this much is true by wally lamb
    *the culture of fear by barry glassner


    has anybody read kingsolver's the poisonwood bible? i'm thinking that's next on my list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    The Simply Raw Living Foods Detox Manual by Natasha Kyssa.
    have you read the hip chick's guide to macrobiotics? i loved it & it seems like it may be something you'd dig.

    Amazon.com: The Hip Chick&#39;s Guide to Macrobiotics: A Philosophy for Achieving a…
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    Quote Originally Posted by ang View Post
    have you read the hip chick's guide to macrobiotics? i loved it & it seems like it may be something you'd dig.
    I will check it out. After all, I am a hip chick.

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    I just read In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan. I have started to rethink some of my food choices.

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    The Constant Princess by Phillipa Gregory. It focuses on Henry the VIII's first wife, Catherine of Aragon.

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    'Violets Are Blue' by James Patterson. Great book, so far.

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    The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest.
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    I just finished reading, "The Politician" by Andrew Young. It's about John Edwards and his fiery fall from grace. The author was one of his most trusted aides for the last 10 years then did JE a "favor" by claiming JE's love child as his own. Obviously it turned out differently. Amazes me that people are so narcissistic at the top ... I guess you have to be. Anyway, it was an okay book. I read books very quickly and this one took me a long time to get into. Much of the book is giving background information on the relationship of JE and the author (who did EVERYTHING JE and St. Elizabeth asked). I was surprised at how crazy they made Elizabeth look, whether truth or not. It didn't get interesting until a few chapters before the end.

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    One Day by David Nicholls. I guess they're making a movie out of it now, but I'm really enjoying the book.

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    ^ I read his Starter for 10, and The Understudy. Liked them.

    One Day is on my list of books to get.
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