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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    ^^^^Good call on Vonnegut, yet to be mentioned here.
    + plus one to that

    Everyone I know who has read the 3rd Weisbecker book didn't like it. I loved it. I got so into it although it does get slow at times.

    I was going to post this before but didn't, I'm a huge doors fan. Huge Jim Morrison fan. I have a huge portrait of him above my bed. Any way I got a few books of his poetry. I'm not a big poetry reader but his stuff is good. Really weird. But good. I like it

  2. #32
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    I'm a compulsive reader. I always have to have book. I've read most of these so many times that I'm on 2nd copies. 3rd for the first 4. Some of them I love so much that I went out an purchased 1st editions that I don't read at all. Still looking for that 1st ed. Heinlein for a decent price, if someone's got one, I'll trade you a board or two.

    Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein
    Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson
    Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card
    Dune by Frank Herbert
    The Great Shark Hunt by HST
    Desolation Angels by Kerouac
    Anatomy for the Artist by Sarah Simblat
    Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Pirsig
    Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me by Richard Farina
    Rant by Chuck Palahniuk
    The Prize by Daniel Yergin
    Phikal by Alexander Shulgin
    Tales of a Shaman's Apprentice by Mark Plotkin
    The Monkey Wrench Gang by Abbey
    SQL Server Deep Dives by Itzik Ben-Gan
    Creative Glass Blowing by James E Hammesfahr & Clair L. Stong
    Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
    Kushiel's Dart by Jacqueline Carey
    One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish by Dr. Seuss
    The Art of the Surfboard by Greg Noll
    Can't You get Along With Anyone? - by A Weisbecker which is actually my favorite of the three, it's the rawest and seems to have the most emotional investiture.

    I just finished the first 5 books of a song of fire and ice and am reading Slater's Pipe Dreams right now. I had no idea the guy can do a full back bend and put his nose on the floor. Guy's got a "double-jointed" back. Crazy.

  3. #33
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    Hustler and Penthouse are my favorites.

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    A clockwork orange.
    The autobiography of Malcolm X
    D1ck Gregory's book N*gger.
    And,like zaGaffer, A stranger in a strange land. but add Puppet Masters.

  5. #35
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    48 Laws of Power, Robert Greene.

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    i dont read but when i did Peter Benchley wrote some great books on the ocean. jaws was his greatest work even though he wrote a book on sharks i loved when i was a kid.

  7. #37
    You guys are all wasting your time reading the garbage you call books. PM me with your addy and I will send you a copy of THE BOOK..........FREE!

    Now I can start a thread FREE BOOK.......Not now I have to go reorganize the FREE BOARDS in the SURF SHACK

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    Word on the Shulgin Gaff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MY SAVIOR View Post
    You guys are all wasting your time reading the garbage you call books. PM me with your addy and I will send you a copy of THE BOOK..........FREE!

    Now I can start a thread FREE BOOK.......Not now I have to go reorganize the FREE BOARDS in the SURF SHACK

    i will meet you to fight irl

  10. #40
    [QUOTE=MY SAVIOR;232403]You guys are all wasting your time reading the garbage you call books.

    Supercilious swine. You are not a good example of that which you try to promote.

    Garbage? What a close minded notion. Broaden your horizons. Read!

    Slide on.