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About meI'd hate to be responsible for someone's death by boredom, which I surely would be if someone read my life story. It would be safer to forgo this bit of my profile, I think.

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GroupsAwful Lit., Barnes & Noble First Look readers, Bibliophiles of Oklahoma, Booksellers, Booksellers who LibraryThing, Catholic Historians, Christianity, Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Hall of Servants, History: On learning from and writing historyshow all groups

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Have you ever read Maurice Druon? Looks interesting, but could go either way...
Still here. I miss you. I hope you are surviving the holidaze.


P.S. My christmas mantra:

He that knows that enough is enough will always have enough. - Lao Tsu
whoa, that's crazy....
Your profile is so much cooler than mine; I really need to start posting everything I read, I don't have any patience while I'm in school... You seriously need to read the 'secret journals' of Wilkie Collins, they are amazing for anyone who loves Victorianism in general. I will bring them to you after I finish using them, they are really great for my thesis, which will be done in June. Ok, see you at work, for like a second because I'm sure people will already be out buying thoughtless crappy presents for their relatives....
Great looking kitty cat, looks big and loveable. My little kitty is named Polly, that picture was taken when she was about 4 months old, she is 2+ now.

Thanks for stopping by, I do that alot also (search for people with the same books) and look at that, both in Oklahoma. I like going to the YA and juvinile sections in the library, as you can probably tell. I read with my kids, (elementary ages) so that is my main excuse for being there, but truth is I just like the stories too.
Thank you for accepting my friends invitation. I hope my profile gave you some new insights into Volney, Jefferson and Franco-American history. I will be glad to answer any questions you might have regarding Volney, his views, or book purchases. All Zee Best, TCW
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