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Someone asked I scan the pic of Corel (?) at Rodneys.

Sorry it's small, but you can enlarge it to see it better.

:)

Such is NOT the case in the pic of a naked Iggy. Nothing SMALL about it! :o:shifty:

Whoa! He may even have Robert beat in that area.......... :blink:

bottom picture is at the rainbow, isn't it?

nah, rodneys...i just enlarged the pic!

this is iggy's autobiography 'i need more'? i just got done a few months ago with an iggy book 'open up and bleed' which was tremendous!

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Finished Pileggi's WISE GUY, started Jordan's EYE OF THE WORLD for the fourth time. Never finished it but currently on page 180.

if you like pileggi, read 'casino' next. ten times better than the movie....

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Someone asked I scan the pic of Corel (?) at Rodneys.

Sorry it's small, but you can enlarge it to see it better.

:)

Such is NOT the case in the pic of a naked Iggy. Nothing SMALL about it! :o:shifty:

Whoa! He may even have Robert beat in that area.......... :blink:

Well, since you mentioned it Hotplant, now I'm curious, what about TR? :blink:

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The Moonstone...Wilkie Collins... like to hear what you all think?

without making a link Moonchild anyone?

Both great! I've actually taught both of these and everyone really enjoyed them.

I'm reading Charles Nicholl's The Reckoning: The Murder of Christopher Marlowe, which is quite gripping.

Also just got Peter Trippi's book on J. M. Waterhouse--seems very good so far.

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Well, since you mentioned it Hotplant, now I'm curious, what about TR? :blink:

Who?? Todd? dunno...but I'd like to...:shifty:

Oh and to someone who asked, it is Open Up And Bleed by Paul Trynka.

Yes, I'm afraid I'm not into anything too serious this time of year. :bagoverhead:

Maybe I should try Crime and Punishment or something worthier than bios.

Nah...Save that for winter.

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I'm reading The Memory Keeper's Daughter by Kim Edwards.

So far, it's very interesting--kind of haunting.

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2 very cool choices:) :)

Thank you.

I am enjoying them both.

I just got this in the mail yesterday.

I am loving it!

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It has a CD with a JP interview from 1977.

It's awesome!

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PSST- Production Saftey Systems Training manual sounds exciting well its really not.

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Who?? Todd? dunno...but I'd like to...:shifty:

Oh and to someone who asked, it is Open Up And Bleed by Paul Trynka.

Yes, I'm afraid I'm not into anything too serious this time of year. :bagoverhead:

Maybe I should try Crime and Punishment or something worthier than bios.

Nah...Save that for winter.

:lol:

Back to reading: :)

I just finished reading The Siege of Krishnapur by J.G. Farrell for the second time (the last time was 20 years ago). Right now I'm reading Say You're One of Them by Uwem Akpan.

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Someone asked I scan the pic of Corel (?) at Rodneys.

Sorry it's small, but you can enlarge it to see it better.

:)

Such is NOT the case in the pic of a naked Iggy. Nothing SMALL about it! :o:shifty:

Whoa! He may even have Robert beat in that area.......... :blink:

Which one is Corel? Yikes! I hope she was better looking than Sable....If I were a guy I'd call her a two bagger! She always looked like you could catch something just by breathing the same air!

OK, not very nice but I'd prefer to believe Jimmy had/has better taste!

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Which one is Corel? Yikes! I hope she was better looking than Sable....If I were a guy I'd call her a two bagger! She always looked like you could catch something just by breathing the same air!

OK, not very nice but I'd prefer to believe Jimmy had/has better taste!

Jimmy did have better taste: Corel (Coral) is the girl in the center of the photo with the long, dark hair. She was much prettier (and sweeter looking) than her younger sister.

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I'm putting "The Stranger" back on the shelf. I read it as a student, but this time it's like watching paint dry :blink:

Maybe I'll re-read "The Little Prince" instead.

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Jimmy did have better taste: Corel (Coral) is the girl in the center of the photo with the long, dark hair. She was much prettier (and sweeter looking) than her younger sister.

Sigh of relief, thanks for that MSG! HotPlant, I love biographies also...and yeah, Summer reading is light for me too. I just finished Laurel Canyon...good summer read.

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I'm reading the autobiography by this amazing guy:

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I juggle books, I always have a stack next to my bed..hmmmm, I'm in the middle of two poker books (one signed by my hero Daniel Negranue) and a book about Innana, amongst a pile of magazines I'll never get through, and Be a Pack Leader (dog training book that has all the corners chewed off) Very effective book <_<

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any good? looks very interesting. i love lewis carroll and would pick that up if you say it is worth it.

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Just got done reading "The Battle at Salamis" by Barry Strauss.

Its about an epic Greek/Persian naval battle... but also references the battle at Thermopaly, which if you've seen the movie 300, is basically word-for word from this book.

Ancient Greece is bad ass.

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Just got done reading "The Battle at Salamis" by Barry Strauss.

Its about an epic Greek/Persian naval battle... but also references the battle at Thermopaly, which if you've seen the movie 300, is basically word-for word from this book.

Ancient Greece is bad ass.

It's pretty great! I just finished Robin Osborne's Greece in the Making 1200-479 BC myself.

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