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Old 08-17-2007, 09:37 PM   #1
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I'm just about to start "Dead Hand Control" and after that will probably read "One L".

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Just finished listening to two audio books: "His Excellency George Washington" and "John Adams". Most recent books read in the last few weeks were: David McCullough's "1776", Mark Steyn's "America Alone", Brands' "The First American - The Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin" and most recently, Marcus Luttrell's "Lone Survivor". All of these are highly recommended!

I've been meaning to re-read "Atlas Shrugs" so that may be next.

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The story of the 505 Parachute Infantry Regiment at the Battle of the Bulge.
Currently completeing "FreedomNomics", essentially a rebuttal to the flawed,
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Currently reading Lisey's Story, by Stephen King.

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Just finished "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows"; currently reading Ann Coulter's "How to Talk to a Liberal" (duh--see other thread); about to read "Lisey's Story".

(Hey, I read Tom Clancy, too...)

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I just finished re reading "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress" and I am in the middle of a couple of medieval/ early Rennaissance rapier fighting treatise.

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I am starting WILLIAM JOHNSTONES BOOK"REMEMBER THE ALAMO]FICTION THAT BEARS ON THE PRESENT ALIEN PROBLEM ON MEXICAN BORDER.HE WAS A FANTASTIC WRITER ON A NUMBER OF HISTORICAL SUBJECTS FICTIONALIZED.WALMART CARRIES HIS BOOKS $4.44

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Just Finished reading Dick Marcinko's latest book Holy Terror

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In the process of reading 'The Judas Goats' The Enemy Within.

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