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I'm about halfway through Steve Martin's Born Standing Up. A very cool read so far.

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Right now i am reading the book that is included in the new 3lp set of Nick Drake's Fruit Tree.Very interesting and so far,a good read!

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"Telling Stories, Writing Songs"-An Album of Texas Songwriters-Kathleen Hudson-Univ. of Texas Press-2001


Terry, have you ever read any Kinky Friedman? I ask because your sense of humor reminds me of him.



I am a little kinky. He got my vote for governor.
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"Telling Stories, Writing Songs"-An Album of Texas Songwriters-Kathleen Hudson-Univ. of Texas Press-2001


Terry, have you ever read any Kinky Friedman? I ask because your sense of humor reminds me of him.



I am a little kinky. He got my vote for governor.
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Just finished reading "Black Sunday" which was put out around '75, and made into a movie...never saw it. Recently read "Wicked." Hmmmm. Interesting book. Now reading "Deadly Messiah." Interesting...deals with planetary power, and a man with a messiah complex. This too from about the late 70s. Would make a good movie in the right director's hands.
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"Chicago Blues-as seen from the inside"-The Photographs of Raeburn Flerage
ECW Press-2000

What are these dialects deep under the bones whereby the people of all ages and races far apart reach out and say the same clay is in all, bringing out men whose eyes search the earth and see no aliens anywhere, pronouncing across the barriers the peculiar word: "Brother"?-Carl Sandburg Smile

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Bill O'Reilly "Culture Warrior"

Great book and highly recommended for anyone concerned about the decline of our culture.

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Almost finished with "No Country for Old Men" by Cormac McCarthy.

Haven't seen the movie yet but the book is very good (and a quick read)

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Bill O'Reilly "Culture Warrior"

Great book and highly recommended for anyone concerned about the decline of our culture.


Is it a confessional -- about how he helped bring it about??? Laughing Laughing
 
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Bill O'Reilly "Culture Warrior"

Great book and highly recommended for anyone concerned about the decline of our culture.


Is it a confessional -- about how he helped bring it about??? Laughing Laughing
 
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