What type of books are you reading?

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Never had a need for the first book, but I've been taught the second book...unforunately that's only volume 1...of 12! LOL
 

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Found a good web site for all you paper book readers it's. Thriftbooks.com a very addictive web site. They have new and.old books for sale spend over $12.00 and you get free shipping. Some times you might get a surprise, I bought a Charlie Daniels copy of The Devil went down to Georgia and it was an autograph copy, a real winner for me. Check them out.
 

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Started reading a book, I'm only about 20 pages in, written by one of the recent nut job killers called "Sanction," just to see if I could understand why he was the way he was. I've read Mein Kampf, Marx, and Ted Kazinski's Manifesto for the same purpose. I didn't really get it from the Germans, probably due to the translators, but this guy is hard to read in a way that makes me think his thought processes (lets call it wiring) is off, Just like Kazinski's. As for the Germans, I just see them as a step or two past our current ultra left wing of the Democrat party.
 
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