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iloveyouguys
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Re: What are you reading (other than this board) ?

Postby iloveyouguys » Tue Jul 12, 2011 12:37 am

The Possessed
-Dostoevsky
This is my signature. I made it small so anyone who tries to read it has to copy and paste the text somewhere else only to find that it isn't interesting at all. Congratulations. Also, fuckshitcockassbitchtitspenisfagskankwhorecuntpoop.
furrybutch
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Re: What are you reading (other than this board) ?

Postby furrybutch » Tue Jul 12, 2011 1:53 am

iloveyouguys wrote:The Possessed
-Dostoevsky

you are not serious about that.
At first,I picked it up because the title sounded cool and all that but then by the time I've reached 350 pages or so I had to close the book.It's just too damn political for my taste.
Brothers Karamazov still rule though.

ON:a french dictionary.I'm up to 10 pages.
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Hydroleaf
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Re: What are you reading (other than this board) ?

Postby Hydroleaf » Thu Oct 11, 2012 7:35 pm

John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Speech. It's for school. Recently, I checked a book out from the library about cults. It's so interesting and disturbing how some cults work.
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Re: What are you reading (other than this board) ?

Postby Wii fit man » Fri Oct 12, 2012 3:43 pm

Wikipedia articles about spiders. This is really not a good use of my time.
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Milo Vonnegut
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Re: What are you reading (other than this board) ?

Postby Milo Vonnegut » Fri Apr 12, 2013 6:25 am

Maximum Ride

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Unassumption
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Re: What are you reading (other than this board) ?

Postby Unassumption » Fri Apr 12, 2013 11:57 am

L-form bacteria, cell walls and the evolution of life.
Jeff Errington.

Sometimes you can get rid of a bacteria's cell wall without killing it. Since the complex process of normal replication requires a wall, it was thought that finding out how these wall-bacteria things replicate could show a simpler and earlier mechanism. The diversity and success of bacteria may be down to them getting the wall. Since most antibiotics target the wall and some pathogens are wall-less, studying wall-less ones may have medical benefits. One of the main obstacles to getting DNA into bacteria is their wall, so wall-less bacteria could be good biotech vectors. Covering those topics, the paper was an interesting read.
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jfast94
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Re: What are you reading (other than this board) ?

Postby jfast94 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:23 am

Ask the Dust-John Fante. rereading it really. One of the most bittersweet books I've ever read. has me crying like a little girl that just skinned her knee.

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