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Old December 25th, 2014, 10:44 AM
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Some light cyberpunk stuff
Assume you have read Stephenson's Cryptonomicon etc?
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Can I buy it off you when your done. Seriously. -Jeff
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Old December 25th, 2014, 08:23 PM
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Assume you have read Stephenson's Cryptonomicon etc?
I haven't.

Mainly just read William Gibson when a new book comes out.

Don't read that much. Don't get the time.
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Anyone else read Shantaram?
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Shantaram is in my top 25 favorites.
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War reads

List was sent to me and definitely some good reads on it. I plan on notching a few more off it.

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Part way thru this; Vietnam, a History by Karnow. Very eye opening pre war history.

I've read The Theory of Relativity by Einstien, wild, my mind doesn't quite function in those channels.............

Last book was, Hiking The Mojave Preserve by Digonnet,, Sounds like a gotta go there place!
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