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    What are you reading for fun?

    For training?

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    Right now I'm Reading a lot for school, I'm really into Frederich Nietzsche the philosopher. For training I am going to re-read Secrets of chinese karate in the next little while. I want to read this book I saw the other day called "Rise of the creative class." I am a huge bookworm
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    Im reading the User Friendly books that Bob left in the bathroom
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    Mostly school books right now. I was taking PHI200. Locke is about the only one I can stomache. Most of them are crackheads that just like to here themselves talk if ya ask me. LOL. Take Berkley for instance. There's no way you can convince me that you don't exist outside of my mind. According to him, this forum, the world, and everything in it is simply a product of my imagination. Thats' a bunch of hooey! LOL..... unless you're watching an episode of "Twilight Zone" or the "Outer Limits." Then it's just a cool plotline!

    I like sci-fi and fantasy mostly. Piers Anthony's "Incarnations of Immortality" series was pretty cool. I read Jordan's "Wheel of Time" up through book 5. From what I understand they're pretty much not worth it after that. Right now, my restroom-reading is "Inside Elvis" by SGM Parker.

    I also dig on some good graphic novels. The "Preacher" series just rocked!
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    Always in the middle of lots of stuff.

    Work

    SQL Server Integration Services
    The Data Warehouse ETL Toolkit
    The Data Warehouse Lifecycle Toolkit
    The Data Warehouse Toolkit: The Complete Guide to Dimensional Modeling

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    fun and school,

    Complete works of Shakespeare
    The ghost -Thomas Kid (later to be rewritten as Hamlet)
    The Oresteia trilogy -Aeschylus
    Iliad and the Odyssey -Homer
    Books of Blood -Clive Barker
    Lots of Fantasy - Piers Anthony, R.A. Salvatore, Roling, Tolkien,


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    Ah yes, MrBunny. Dritz rocks. ( I think I mispelled the name though...) What I wouldn't give for his little kitty statue. LOL.
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    Drizzt is pretty cool.. but I liked Zaknafen (his father) I would not mind reading more about his life. Also.. I gotta say that I love Artimitis Entrari.. fantastic charicter.. read some short stories on him.. deep, well developed, all in all an exellent creation.
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    Chinese Art - Mary Tregear
    What is Lean Six Sigma - George, Rowlands & Kastle
    Infinite Insight vol I. - Ed Parker, Sr.
    BB & Kung Fu Tai Chi Magazines
    and a bunch of girly mags too...
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    my big read right now is "Everything I wish I knew when I was 22, by Steven Oliver.
    Quality outweighs quantity every time.

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    We're supposed to Read too?

    my bedtime read at the moment is the 3rd book 'DarkWitch Rising' in the Troy Game by Sara Douglass..

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    Book 2 of the Obsidian Trilogy "To Light a Candle" by Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler
    Take Berkley for instance. There's no way you can convince me that you don't exist outside of my mind. According to him, this forum, the world, and everything in it is simply a product of my imagination.
    I'm trying to read what's on my old Yellow Belt floppy. In about 2 minutes, I'm going to prove Berkley right- this *^#! thing is going to cease to exist!

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    Lmao!
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    It's history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedan
    It's history.
    What's history???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler
    What's history???
    That *^#! flopy disc.

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    Floppies are SO last millenia
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    This one didn't even last that long.

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