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    Quote Originally Posted by nevadamedic View Post
    I'm going to start book 7 tomorrow. I didn't really like the ending of book 6 all that much.
    I finished book 7 on Monday. I loved it. I wonder if they'll be able to get a PG-13 rating out of the movie. There's a lot of violence in the book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nevadamedic View Post
    Master Of Dragons? Is that simular to Harry Potter?
    It was the third book in the Dragonvold Trilogy by Margaret Weiss and Tracy Hickman. It was an alright series. Magic and dragons involved. but eh. they've done better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel Heart View Post
    I finished book 7 on Monday. I loved it. I wonder if they'll be able to get a PG-13 rating out of the movie. There's a lot of violence in the book.
    I don't think violence matter all that much to make it from PG-13 to Rated R, at least not the way it's done in the Harry Potter series I don't know though. It would suck for the kids if it was Rated R but her last couple books really seem like that are geared for late teens and adults with all the darkness.

    I'm also sad to see Tonk's with Lupin, she's supposed to be with me! If you haven't noticed she's on my Avatar!

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    I love Tonks. I would love to be able to change my hair color like she does. I'm also as clumsy as she is. I wish the movies had gone more into her. Sadly they don't put enough time into the supporting parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel Heart View Post
    I love Tonks. I would love to be able to change my hair color like she does. I'm also as clumsy as she is. I wish the movies had gone more into her. Sadly they don't put enough time into the supporting parts.
    She's not that clumsy....... I would love for her to bump into me

    One of my friend's said there was a while conversation between Harry and her in the 5th book but it wasn't in the movie. I don't remember it from the book, what was it about?

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    Founding Brothers The Revolutionary Generation Joseph Ellis

    Fabulous book. IMO, it should be required reading in High School.
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    Quote Originally Posted by avatar4321 View Post
    Maybe if you stopped drinking so much alcohol, you wouldnt be such an idiotic @$$ and might have something intelligent to say.
    Whats the matter? Will god get mad if you say ass?

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    I'm reading "The Bourne Legacy" and "Dexter Darkly Dreaming" simultaneously. I still haven't finished "Stiff," but I've been meaning to. I just finished the last three Harry Potters. Those books were so good. Can't wait for the "Halfblood Prince" movie.
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    Science wants to explain things and understand why they happen. Creationists want to use science to justify their own causes.

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    "Where the Wild Things Are" RAAAHHHH!!

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    Does Monkeybone have to choke a bitch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hagbard Celine View Post
    I'm reading "The Bourne Legacy" and "Dexter Darkly Dreaming" simultaneously. I still haven't finished "Stiff," but I've been meaning to. I just finished the last three Harry Potters. Those books were so good. Can't wait for the "Halfblood Prince" movie.
    Jeff Lindsay was recently at a local bookstore near me, touring for the third Dexter book. I now have all three autographed.

    In case you're wondering, he says he is very pleased with the Showtime series.



    As for me, I am reading True Evil by Greg Iles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hjmick View Post
    Jeff Lindsay was recently at a local bookstore near me, touring for the third Dexter book. I now have all three autographed.

    In case you're wondering, he says he is very pleased with the Showtime series.



    As for me, I am reading True Evil by Greg Iles.
    My girlfriend got me into Dexter. I just bought the first season of Dex on itunes. I've only watched a few of them but it's already become my favorite show--even better than 4400.
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    Science wants to explain things and understand why they happen. Creationists want to use science to justify their own causes.

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    Just finished "The Simpsons and Philosophy" the Doh of homer. Good book

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    Experience is what you get when you don't get what you want." -Dr. Randy Pausch


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    I'm currently reading "The Fountainhead" by Ayn Rand.
    Ayn Rand was one of the few intelligent conservatives in history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obama08 View Post
    I'm currently reading "The Fountainhead" by Ayn Rand.
    Ayn Rand was one of the few intelligent conservatives in history.
    She is very long winded at times!!! Did you know that her and Alan Grenspan were very close???
    Experience is what you get when you don't get what you want." -Dr. Randy Pausch


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