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I just knew either YOU or BOO would go there :4_joy:

Another thread in the gutter :15_yum:

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I'm sure my Boo Boo.,partner in crime will be here later...it can be our bed time story lol....

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4 hours ago, Doreensfree said:

I'm sure my Boo Boo.,partner in crime will be here later...it can be our bed time story lol....

Up ...up ..... See BOO go UP!!  :8_laughing:

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9 hours ago, reciprocity said:

I just knew either YOU or BOO would go there :4_joy:

Another thread in the gutter :15_yum:

 

The gutter is an underrated place.  Me and Doorbell have a lot of fun down there.

 

9 hours ago, Doreensfree said:

I'm sure my Boo Boo.,partner in crime will be here later...it can be our bed time story lol....

 

I'll even spring for the extra cost of having the pages laminated.

 

Because I'm a gentleman.

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10 minutes ago, Boo said:

 

The gutter is an underrated place.  Me and Doorbell have a lot of fun down there.

 

 

I'll even spring for the extra cost of having the pages laminated.

 

Because I'm a gentleman.

And why would you need those pages laminated?

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7 minutes ago, reciprocity said:

And why would you need those pages laminated?

 

Random fluids.

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44 minutes ago, Boo said:

 

Random fluids.

Oh ............. that's what they're called. I see ................... :8_laughing:

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That will be my drooling....

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Just getting ready to geek out on some history books by David McCullough.

 

Likely start with "Mornings on Horseback."  Because, you know...Teddy Roosevelt was a badass.  

 

Then, when I finish that one, start reading "The Wright Brothers."  Because, you know...Air travel and such.

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Just finished The Famine Plot: England's Role in Ireland's Greatest Tragedy ... by Tim Pat Coogan (he has a funny name... tim pat ... sounds like it should be a lolly or something dodgy from a cow.)

 

Currently reading:

How the Irish Saved Civiliastion by Thomas Cahill 

Shattered by Dick Francis (I did confess elsewhere I have a problem)

The Happiest Refugee by Anh Do (cos I was feeling a woo is me and needed a reality check)

 

I usually have 2 or 3 on the go at any given time because can only read certain books at certain times.

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Author Tom Wolfe passed away today.  His book  The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test is definitely an interesting read.

 

 

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21 hours ago, johnny5 said:

Author Tom Wolfe passed away today.  His book  The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test is definitely an interesting read.

 

"The Right Stuff" is one of my favorite books of all time.

 

I feel like, in spite of the commercial success and adulation, Tom Wolfe is still underrated as an author.

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Just finished "Hunger, A Memoir of (my) Body" by Roxane Gay.  Brutally honest and impactful. 

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