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    I Kissed a Girl

    Well, not me... but apparently Karen Gillan did. Here's why: (The embedding doesn't work, but the link will) YouTube - Karen Gillan's "I Kissed a Girl" parody from the Kevin Bishop show
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    Doctor Who

    Are there any Doctor Who fans? Has anyone read any of the Doctor Who novels? I'd like to start reading them, but there's so many and in no apparent order that it's a little overwhelming. Can anyone recommend a good one to start off with?
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    The Day the Earth Stood Still

    Has anyone seen this movie yet? I went and saw it last night and I really enjoyed it. I thought it did an excellent job of capturing the essence of great sci-fi - H.G. Wells, Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, etc. It's a remake of the 1951 movie which was based on the short story, Farewell to the...
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    Thank you!

    I just wanted to say Thank You to my secret Santa. I love the magnets, I can't wait to drive my husband nuts with them! :D Since I have no idea who you are... I hope you will accept my thanks and have a great Christmas and Happy New Years.
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    Happy Thanksgiving, Eh!

    I'll be out of town for the next few days visiting with family, and I just wanted to wish everyone and their loved ones a very happy Thanksgiving!
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    Rest in Peace Dimebag Darrell

    For those of you who've ever listened to Pantera or Damageplan, Dimebag Darrell Lance Abbot was shot and killed, along with several others, while performing onstage on Wednesday, December 8 2004. May he rest in peace.
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    Susan Hill: Mrs de Winter

    anyone else read this book? It's the sequel to Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca, one of my favourite stories. I was thouroughly disappointed with the novel, and was just wondering what any other people might have though about it.
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    The next big thing

    Children in schools today read Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Jack London, the Bronte sisters, Mark Twain, Jonathan Swift, and many, many others who would have laughed if you told them of the fame their books would still hold, hundreds of years later. Which contemporary authors do you think...
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    Your very own bookstore!

    I've been thinking about opening a bookshop recently. Not right now, but someday when I have a lot of money, and a lot more books. If you could open your very own bookstore, what would you call it, and which books would you have in it? I for one would ban romance books from my store. I...
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    Awestruck

    I was reading a post the other day, and it got me thinking how so many people, from so many different parts of the world, with so many different backgrounds, cultures and even languages can all come together and share experiences and form friendships all because we read books. I think it's...
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    Office boredom

    Try this. It's too much fun! :D
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    Help finding short story

    I read a story in a short story anthology a long time ago about a family that was made of sugar. Their nosy neighbours invited them out to a fair and when it started raining, the family dissolved. Anybody know the name or author of this story? I've been trying really hard to find it. Thanks
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    Ill-Made Knight question

    I'm reading the Ill-Made Knight by T.H. White and just came across a line that confused me. Just a quick note that this could contain a spoiler, but since just about everyone is familiar with the King Arthur legend, it shouldn't be much of a surprise to anyone. At any rate, while T.H. White...
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    Aloha!

    hi there, my name's Linz, and I'm new here!! Looks like a fun forum, I love books. :)
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