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toecutter1978
2017-03-11, 09:20
So I want to talk about literacy. Now now, settle down children. We are sitting on the carpet and that means we all share our thoughts. So I have brought this book today to discuss. I ran across it at Barnes n Noble.

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Any of you read it yet? If so what are your thoughts?

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Superman
2017-03-11, 09:44
I just read "Battle of Xom Bo II." I'm guessing they are similar.

sheepdog
2017-03-11, 18:29
Don't confuse edible with, "good to eat."

sheepdog
2017-03-11, 18:30
I have several books on the topic. Not that one in particular.

Lugnut
2017-03-11, 18:44
Maybe you guys can join Oprah's book club. :angel:

sheepdog
2017-03-11, 21:56
Maybe you guys can join Oprah's book club. :angel:

What does a guy from Ohio know about reading?

sheepdog
2017-03-11, 21:57
Maybe you guys can join Oprah's book club. :angel:

What does a guy from Ohio know about reading?

toecutter1978
2017-03-11, 22:46
Don't confuse edible with, "good to eat."
Oh I know. He goes on to say what he finds tasty and what will sustain you. Good stuff.


The book itself is field worthy. The pages can get wet as they are a waxed paper and the cover is heavyduty but not heavy. I like how that was thought out.

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Lugnut
2017-03-11, 23:24
What does a guy from Ohio know about reading?

I heard you the first time.

Superman
2017-03-12, 00:01
I heard you the first time.

What?

sheepdog
2017-03-12, 09:02
Oh I know. He goes on to say what he finds tasty and what will sustain you. Good stuff.


The book itself is field worthy. The pages can get wet as they are a waxed paper and the cover is heavyduty but not heavy. I like how that was thought out.

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Most every year I in September I spend a weekend camping and the only food is what I hunt and gather. I usually stop on the way home and kill a bag of Oreos.

hikerboy
2017-03-12, 09:36
Don't confuse edible with, "good to eat."

i learned about this eating my ex wife's cooking

toecutter1978
2017-03-12, 12:45
i learned about this eating my ex wife's cooking
Yeah I hear you on that one. Funny how exes try to off you with crappy cooking

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hikerboy
2017-03-12, 12:59
Yeah I hear you on that one. Funny how exes try to off you with crappy cooking

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her cooking was so bad, the flies chipped in for a new screen door.

john pickett
2017-03-12, 13:53
Haha!

Superman
2017-03-12, 15:21
less words, more pictures

sheepdog
2017-03-12, 16:08
her cooking was so bad, the flies chipped in for a new screen door.

Bwahahahaha

Roche
2017-03-12, 16:37
her cooking was so bad, the flies chipped in for a new screen door.


less words, more pictures

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toecutter1978
2017-03-12, 21:00
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If that's your ex; the only reason she would be in the kitchen is to do her on the counters.



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Superman
2017-03-13, 05:06
https://jamesstrauss.com/twelfth-night-third-part-30-days-has-september/

toecutter1978
2017-03-13, 16:13
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What I'm currently reading besides the stuff for school.

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toecutter1978
2017-03-13, 16:14
https://jamesstrauss.com/twelfth-night-third-part-30-days-has-september/
Bookmarked. Thanks! I'm going to start from the beginning

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