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[#] Wed Jan 24 2007 17:22:38 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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I wanna see the movie where she kills off harry.

[#] Thu Jan 25 2007 00:48:50 EST from harry @ PixelBBS

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We talking about Harry Potter all of a sudden or is that a death wish pointed in my direction??


[#] Thu Jan 25 2007 03:06:22 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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little of both, most likely

[#] Thu Jan 25 2007 03:08:43 EST from harry @ Uncensored

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But this is Ford, not Grelf.


[#] Thu Jan 25 2007 03:10:36 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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which is why it's a little of both and not all the second,


[#] Sun Jan 28 2007 00:13:20 EST from harry @ PixelBBS

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Geez. And I thought it was just Grelf.

Has hating Harry become the popular sport on Uncensored ??


[#] Sun Jan 28 2007 02:24:48 EST from curly surmudgeon @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Has hating Harry become the popular sport on Uncensored ??

For the moment perhaps, you never know who will be next.

Oh, "Uncensored" should always be in quotes.

[#] Sun Jan 28 2007 02:32:52 EST from harry @ Uncensored

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Well, We all know by now that abusing Curly is likewise the popular sport right now.


[#] Mon Jan 29 2007 00:24:24 EST from Ygorl @ Uncensored

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Now, now, it's not our fault that you stole your name from Harry Potter...

[#] Thu Feb 01 2007 04:18:40 EST from harry @ PixelBBS

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I was born LONG before the Harry Potter stories were ever written or even imagined. I turned 48 this month.

And I was NOT named after a wizard. I was named after an uncle.

So there. :-P


[#] Thu Feb 01 2007 10:48:37 EST from athos-mn @ Uncensored

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You never told us your parents had access to a time machine!

[#] Thu Feb 01 2007 10:50:01 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Time machine? We're talking about freaking wizards here.. who needs time machines?

[#] Sat Feb 03 2007 03:40:50 EST from Nite*Star @ Uncensored

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Is anyone here into any mystery/thriller series? I've been reading a lot of Sue Grafton and Patricia Cornwell lately. Wondering if anyone out there likes these authors and might be able to recommend a few more along these lines? If you don't know what I'm talking about, I've blogged a few times about them, latest being at http://petercfrank.blogspot.com/2007/02/books-books-books.html

 I think what attracts me so much to these writers is either the attention to detail and technicalities and/or the fact that the characters literally grow out of the pages and are represented so three-dimensionally it's as if you feel as though you've known them for quite some time.



[#] Sat Feb 03 2007 11:18:29 EST from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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Nite*Star, I'm a fan of the Kay Scarpetta stories.  I've read most of them at this point and all but the latest and maybe one more have been worth the read if you're into medical mysteries.  She does her research, watches the details, and puts a lot of effort into character development.

It doesn't have the silly fun of say a Douglas Adams or a Terry Pratchett - but then, that's not what one looks for in a mystery thriller. :-)

Btw, if you like the Kay Scarpetta line, you might also like the Alex Delaware stories.  I believe the author's name is Jonathan Kellerman.  These are more detective mysteries than medical mysteries, but also well written for this kind of book.



[#] Sat Feb 03 2007 12:40:04 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I like James Patterson for slightly gory mysteries.


[#] Fri Feb 23 2007 22:51:24 EST from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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I like anything Ed Gorey.

[#] Fri Feb 23 2007 23:51:46 EST from curly surmudgeon @ Dog Pound BBS II

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The God Delusion is a good read but Dawkins pulls his punches.

[#] Sat Feb 24 2007 03:29:06 EST from Nite*Star @ Uncensored

Subject: Murder Mysteries

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OK, I actually wound up asking a librarian to recommend something along the lines of the Scarpetta novels, and she recommended Kathy Reichs. I read "Death Du Jour" and fell in love. Helps to know a little basic French though, which is about my only complaint. But if you like Patricia Cornwell, you'll probably like Reichs.

 Mystery*



[#] Fri Mar 16 2007 17:31:54 EDT from hubert @ Uncensored

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I've read two Terry Pratchett books, and I can honestly say he is NO Douglas Adams!

[#] Fri May 11 2007 02:18:27 EDT from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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Anyone other than Douglas Adams is NO Douglas Adams. And I don't mean that
in a vapid common sense sort of way. I am speaking strictly in the literature sense.
Man, that really makes me want a beer. *logs off and ambles over to the fridge wearing
a pair of Zaphod's "danger" glasses*

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