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October 14, 2005


Law Monkey

I've read 22 and saw one movie (Brave New World). It was fun going through the list and trying to identify what was probably deemed offensive. Some of the picks are easy, but some of the others are baffling. A Light in the Attic? Where's Waldo? How to Eat Fied Worms?

Geeze, don't forget to throw "Ralph and the Motorcycle" and "Ribsy" on the burn pile!


WOW! You've read all those? Well, guess your soul will be burning in heck for all eternity.


To Kill a Mockingbird is probably the first book authored by an American that I read.


Tung, Margaret Atwood's Handmaid's Tale (#37) is a must-read! :)


The Lord of the Flies is a terribly disturbing book and movie.

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