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  • Churchill
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    Originally posted by Xenophon View Post
    I read a book once. It was green.
    The instruction manual that came with your webcam does not count!

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  • voodooflux
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    Got a few books "on the go" at the moment:
    • Michael Palin Diaries 1969-1979: The Python Years - Michael Palin
    • Code: The Hidden Language - Charles Petzold
    • The Subtle Knife - Philip Pullman (re-reading)
    • Excesssion - Iain M. Banks

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  • Xenophon
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    I read a book once. It was green.

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  • Diver
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    Originally posted by snaw View Post
    Any book recommendations?
    Alastair Reynolds, or Peter F Hamilton. Both scifi writers of excellence.

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  • snaw
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    Originally posted by Diver View Post
    Not biting huh?

    Bluddy spoilsport
    Any book recommendations?

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  • Diver
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    Originally posted by snaw View Post
    That's a big ladle you've got there Diver
    Not biting huh?

    Bluddy spoilsport

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  • snaw
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    Originally posted by Diver View Post
    You really need to go out and get laid snaw.

    There's a lot of tension there son that needs releasing. Snapping at people on here for posting (almost but not quite) humorous posts is not the way to go.

    have a hug and calm down mate
    That's a big ladle you've got there Diver

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  • Peoplesoft bloke
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    Pies and Prejudice by Stuart Maconie - it is (as Peter Kay is quoted saying on the cover) crackin'

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  • Bob Dalek
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    Don Quixote is good, until the last 4 billion pages, where it tails-off noticeably into rehashed rubbish.

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  • Diver
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    Originally posted by snaw View Post
    Nah, honestly I just pointed out how un-original it is. It's just an observation. Seems you're the one that's biting to me, and now you're trying to justify it by quoting your kids as the excuse, I got two as well. I read equally tedious stuff to them. Big deal, I don't come crying here about it.
    You really need to go out and get laid snaw.

    There's a lot of tension there son that needs releasing. Snapping at people on here for posting (almost but not quite) humorous posts is not the way to go.

    have a hug and calm down mate

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