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What are you reading?
8trackdisco Offline
#101 Posted:
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The Quiet Game- Greg Iles.
jetblasted Offline
#102 Posted:
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Peter Schiff's latest book: The Real Crash: America's Coming Bankruptcy – How to Save Yourself and Your Country*
MACS Offline
#103 Posted:
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I'm reading how to set up my new iPad. And this funky thing has a microphone and I just talk and what I say shows up in the box. I'm diggin' it.
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#104 Posted:
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Melting Point 2040

First book published by a friend of mine.

Of course a signed edition!

Hope he is famous someday.
frankj1 Offline
#105 Posted:
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How Everyone Became Depressed...the Rise and Fall of the Nervous Breakdown

I think he'e on to something.
engletl Offline
#106 Posted:
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Finished American Sniper recently

currently reading War of the Worlds by H G Wells
dkeage Offline
#107 Posted:
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Six Years. Harlan Coben
8trackdisco Offline
#108 Posted:
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We Are The Road Crew- Ken Barr
riverdog Offline
#109 Posted:
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Pete Dexter's "Spooner"
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#110 Posted:
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a thread about what people are reading
8trackdisco Offline
#111 Posted:
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Paydirt -Paul Levine.
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#112 Posted:
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Guns, Germs and Steel - Jared Diamond
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#113 Posted:
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CCENT Study Guide: Exam 100-101 (ICND1)
By Todd Lammle

Cool
frankj1 Offline
#114 Posted:
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well, I won't be reading anything new from my favorite author...Gabriel Garcia Marquez died this week.
MACS Offline
#115 Posted:
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The Omen Machine, by Terry Goodkind.

Best Author Ever.
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#116 Posted:
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Finished the Divergent books - one a night. Just starting the Song of Ice and Fire books...since we don't have HBO and neither netflix nor hulu carries Game of Thrones.
At the moment, however, I'm reading five hundred 500 threads... and they'll all be finished before the cafe LOL!
MACS Offline
#117 Posted:
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DaQueenBeez wrote:
Finished the Divergent books - one a night. Just starting the Song of Ice and Fire books...since we don't have HBO and neither netflix nor hulu carries Game of Thrones.
At the moment, however, I'm reading five hundred 500 threads... and they'll all be finished before the cafe LOL!


http://www.rainiertamayo.com/

There ya go DQB.

You're welcome. When you're in SoCal you can buy me a beer. I'll bring the smokes.
MACS Offline
#118 Posted:
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BTW - I'd also recommend Vikings from start to finish.

It isn't finished, though...
DaQueenBeez Offline
#119 Posted:
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WOOHOOO! THANK YOU!!!
It's a date - Hell, for that link, I'll throw in a Papa's carnivore special, to go with the beer LOL!

I've heard good things about Vikings, too...never looked it up, though.
MACS Offline
#120 Posted:
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DaQueenBeez wrote:
WOOHOOO! THANK YOU!!!
It's a date - Hell, for that link, I'll throw in a Papa's carnivore special, to go with the beer LOL!

I've heard good things about Vikings, too...never looked it up, though.


Welcome. I got the site from anutha brutha on Cbid. I'm hooked on GoT's like a fish on a night crawler. Can't. Stop. Watching.

Same goes for Vikings, but instead of watching Vikings on History with all the commercials, I do so
MACS Offline
#121 Posted:
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via that site.

No commercials.
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#122 Posted:
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Vikings is one if my favorite shows.
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#123 Posted:
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Security Analysis by Graham and Dodd. Read nearly 50 pages on my flight today, so I only have 750 to go. Probably going to skip the 200+ pages on bonds since I only buy bonds as parts of mutual funds.

"The Intelligent Investor" by Graham was good, and a "quick read" since it's only 600 pages!
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#124 Posted:
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It Can't happen Here-Sinclair Lewis circa 1935

seems to relate very well to modern times.
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#125 Posted:
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teedubbya wrote:
Vikings is one if my favorite shows.


Yeah. Grown men aboard ships for months with just little boys to scratch that itch.
What's not to like?
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#126 Posted:
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Snuff - Terry Pratchett He is one of my all time favorite authors. Read Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaimon if you want to belly laugh while reading a book.
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#127 Posted:
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Cigarbid forum's

Specifically the "what are you reading" thread at the present moment.
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#128 Posted:
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The War TIme Journal of a Georgia Girl by Eliza Frances Andrews
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#129 Posted:
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Islands in the Stream - by that dude who has a lot of Fuente cigars named after him
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#130 Posted:
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KingoftheCove wrote:
Islands in the Stream - by that dude who has a lot of Fuente cigars named after him



Applause
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#131 Posted:
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Chemistry of Hazardous Materials. It's as boring as it sounds.
8trackdisco Offline
#132 Posted:
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Dracula.

Not the best bedtime read.
Ndill Offline
#133 Posted:
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^ what??? Overhyped and most anticlimactic book ever
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#134 Posted:
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Natchez Burning. Greg Iles

Applause
sd72 Offline
#135 Posted:
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Paradise lost.
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#136 Posted:
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The Game of Thrones series, into the fourth volume, killer series.
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#137 Posted:
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Ndill wrote:
^ what??? Overhyped and most anticlimactic book ever


Won't know until I read it.



Kipp,
Natchez is great?
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#138 Posted:
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Margaret Mitchell "Reporter" . . .

She worked for the Atlanta Journal back in the '20's and did a story about my Gr. Gr. Aunt, Virginia Elizabeth Veal.

Miss Mitchell did two stories about her. One on her 101st birthday, and one another year later on her 102nd.

frankj1 Offline
#139 Posted:
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sd72 wrote:
Paradise lost.

really?
nolen Offline
#140 Posted:
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Rereading "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor Frankl
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#141 Posted:
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Rum Punch by The late, great Elmore Leonard
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#142 Posted:
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WiseGal wrote:
Why I annoy men on a cigar Forum



it's all clear now,,


wheel,
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#143 Posted:
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Working on "The Morningstar Strain" by Z. A. Recht, on the third book and its been pretty great so far.
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#144 Posted:
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wheelrite wrote:
it's all clear now,,


wheel,



Nope. I'm not reading that one....I'm writing it. Gonna make millions....BigGrin
jetblasted Offline
#145 Posted:
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Andersonville, Georgia by Peggy Sheppard [1973]
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#146 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
really?


Really.

Working my way through the classics.
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#147 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:


Kipp,
Natchez is great?



I liked it. Looking forward to the other two in the series!
8trackdisco Offline
#148 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
I liked it. Looking forward to the other two in the series!


Which ones?
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#149 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Which ones?



#1 New York Times bestselling author Greg Iles returns with his most eagerly anticipated novel yet and his first in five years—Natchez Burning—the first installment in an epic trilogy that interweaves crimes, lies, and secrets past and present in a mesmerizing thriller featuring Southern lawyer and former prosecutor Penn Cage.
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#150 Posted:
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Everywhere We Go: Hooligans Series Book One.
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