I've just finished the plays of Joe Orton. I'd recommend them to anyone. That bloke was groundbreaking in his day.
I'm meant to be reading Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh in order to compare it to the film for college. But I've read it before, so it's not so easy. Having to study books ruins them.
Rikah wrote:ummm.... I recommend M-16A2 rifle field manual
srry thats the most interesting book i read but ill see if i can find yours
Kewl... will try to find a rifle manual.
Michael Moore is a media whore, but some of his stuff is ok... biased, but at least it kind of makes you think.
I managed to attatch a quote. I'm so excited.
(Does the very pleased newbie dance)
Agaath95 wrote:I'm reading Stupid White Men by Michael Moore. It's funny written, but I take everything with a grain of salt, because I've heard that Michael Moore is an extreme left-wing radical. (or whatever you call him in the US)
Well everyone here in america has the right to free speech but i sometimes believe he is abusing his right to free speech. He complains too much for my taste and ask questions that tell truth but way over the top where you cant deny it but the way he puts it it sound worst than it really is.
He needs to stop insulting Major Organzinations and our government hes making enemies in the wrong places. He need to take that time he taking to complaining, insulting, and accusing.
But what do I know Im a soldier in the American army, I take orders without question. with out the government we still be under rule of the British empire
Its really refreshing by the way to post on a forum that has intelligent people with well balanced opinions rather than the usual thing of someone posting something then people getting in to a huge cussing war and threatening to kill each other.
I have really been enjoying talking to people on the south park forums.
Right now I have this John Edward book checked out. I actually believe in the guy, so sue me! I'm a freaking believer and I read one of his books already and it was good. It made me believe in him more. I also have this book on Queen Elizabeth I've got to read. I'm really interested in that kind of stuff.
The God of the Machine, by Isabel Paterson -- a political science/economics/philosophy treatise about individualism and how it relates to the proper function of "long-circuit energy system" societies.
Thomas Jefferson: Author of America, by Christopher Hitchens -- a biography of Jefferson by a favorite political writer in which he discusses the founding fathers "as if they had a cock."
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests