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Old 05-01-2012, 10:51 PM   #11
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Thanks for the heads up, but I prefer cowboy books. I didn't know any of them.
Could have gone without saying.
Kinda pissed me off.
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Yea, another book about people killing people, that's all we get to read about ever since the bible was written. The bible, the most violent book ever written and taught in our churches to teach people how to get along with other people. Go figure...

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Could have gone without saying.
Kinda pissed me off.
yeah me too.
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My books arrived from Amazon today. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Body Count by 1Lt William T. Huggett is the gold standard.

"Deep in the elephant grass, the wind never stirred... ."

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