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    Default What books are you reading?

    Thought I'd start the ball rolling.

    Right now, slowly working through:
    "Big Bucks-Selling your Photography" by Cliff Hollenbeck
    "Chi-Kung for Beginners" by Scott Shaw
    "The Genius of Flexibility" by Bob Cooley
    "The Monk from Brooklyn" by Antonio Graceffo.

    Just finished:
    "Martial Arts Teaching Tales" by Pascal Fauliot
    "The Mac Mini GuideBook" by David Coursey
    Rurouin Kenshin Vol 19
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    "Blood Bowl"
    "Starship Troopers"
    and about 3 months of comics from my pull list at the local comic shop lol
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    aside from my school books i've been reading

    Life of Pi and Zen and Art of Motorcycle Maintenince. Both are really good books and worth checking out.
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    Fast Food Nation and Resuraunt Confidential
    "To hear is to doubt. To see is to be deceived. But to feel is to believe." -- SGM Ed Parker

    "Sic vis pacem parabellum - If you want peace, prepare for war." -- "The Punisher"


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    Miyamoto Musashi : His Life and Writings by Kenji Tokitsu

    The Great Beyond: Higher Dimensions, Parallel Universes and the Extraordinary Search for a Theory of Everything by Paul Halpern

    On Combat by Dave Grossman, Loren W. Christensen

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    The Gift Of Fear - Gavin DeBecker. An amazing book about the psychology of violent crimes.
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    Default Re: What books are you reading?

    Quote Originally Posted by Casey_Sutherland
    The Gift Of Fear - Gavin DeBecker. An amazing book about the psychology of violent crimes.
    Casey doesn't read he just looks at the pictures, and makes up his own story to go along with what he sees. He thought Cinderella was a story about a girl who bought a really bad carriage.


    I have been reading my Infinite Insights series again. I have also just re-started the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan.
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    Default Re: What books are you reading?

    None, just a bunch of magazines "Music Tech Magazine" and "Black Belt"



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    Im reading whatever is left in the privvy
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    "Living The Martial Way" by Forrest Morgan-

    Great book, I have read it 4 times...

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    Experimental Foods







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    Default Re: What books are you reading?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Broad
    Casey doesn't read he just looks at the pictures, and makes up his own story to go along with what he sees. He thought Cinderella was a story about a girl who bought a really bad carriage.


    I have been reading my Infinite Insights series again. I have also just re-started the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan.
    It is ON.



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    Default Re: What books are you reading?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dianhsuhe
    "Living The Martial Way" by Forrest Morgan-

    Great book, I have read it 4 times...
    I liked it. Though I thought it he stretched it out a bit towards the end.

    You may also like:

    Kishido: The Way of the Western Warrior by Peter Hobart

    Kodo Ancient Ways by Kensho Furuya (required reading at our dojo)

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