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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 06:35AM Jul 27, 2008

Well nobody thought it would happen. They should have left Now theirs imprints of people there, in the cement.
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kappa64

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new Posted: 01:00AM Jul 29, 2008

wow, i would like to find out more about that. I should get a book on it
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 09:23AM Jul 29, 2008

Yeah you should

I have a book on volcanoes Like how they work, different volcanoes and its just very interesting.
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kappa64

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new Posted: 07:16PM Jul 29, 2008

Yes it is, i like volcanoes, and pictures of volcanoes for my backgrounds
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 06:51AM Jul 30, 2008

I used to have lots of pictures of volcanoes as my desktop background.

I have a picture of a sunset right now. Yesterday I debated with myself, if I was going to bring my book Camp 30 or a sudoku book. Sudoku one.

Camp 30:

As well as satisfying the need for tension, Camp 30 contains compelling particulars about small-town Canadian life during World War II, historical details of which adolescents would be unaware. For example, the description of the numerous prisoner-of-war camps in the country is among the most interesting information presented: Jack and George observe that the Germans prisoners live under better conditions than the average Canadian citizens, having such luxuries as ice cream, fresh produce, and a swimming pool. Walters, in fact, emphasizes throughout the novel the importance that people know their own past and, to underscore this significance, has a local shopkeeper emphasize to George and Jack: "'Aren't they teaching you kids history anymore?' he asked. 'That's what's wrong with schools today, not teaching kids about their own past.'"
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kappa64

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new Posted: 12:17PM Aug 3, 2008

Camp 30 sounds like a good book, and sudoku is good for passing time quickly.

I bought Breaking Dawn yesterday, it is another book in the Twilight series. I have read about 300 pages so far, it is so good
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 12:34PM Aug 3, 2008

You've read 300 pages in one day. Wow that's a lot of pages, you must really like it.

Camp 30 is really good, but I haven't finished it yet. I've owned it for a few years though. lol Bought it at a book sale, at a school a long time ago.
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kappa64

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new Posted: 09:05AM Aug 4, 2008

Yeah usually I don't read that much, but I fell in love with it and couldn't put it down

Lol one time my school gave away piles of free books
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 07:36PM Aug 4, 2008

Awesome, my school never does that. Wow, twilight must be so good
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kappa64

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new Posted: 02:31PM Aug 5, 2008

Yeah it is
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 08:38AM Aug 6, 2008

I never read them, actually I haven't bought a new book in quite some time.
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harryputter

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new Posted: 07:09PM Dec 10, 2008

I read a book called Headhunter by Timothy Findley. It was really messed up, and all of the characters seemed to be perverted (pedophiles, transgenders, etc.)

Everyone else was either a schizophrenic or sick with some disease.


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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 06:41PM Jan 25, 2009

I just finished camp 30. It's about a bunch of german spies being held in a POW camp. It is really good!

Now I'm reading: Programming Challenges - A Programming Contest Training Manual
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