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What are you reading
November 15, 2017 09:58PM
What is a good book series that you read?

I all just about all of RA Salvatore's Drizzt books.

I did find something different that I got into. A series called
The Spanish Bit Saga, by Don Coldsmith. It's about this guy
who comes to America from Spain, get separated from his people,
and lives with a Native American tribe.

What's great about the series is it's not just about this one guy.
But I won't say more.

I just got a lot of these books on Ebay for a good price.

(Now that I think about it, I should send some to Mirabeau.
I'm sure he would love them . . . not.)


America is plagued with an epidemic
of the Dunning-Kruger Effect.
D-K affects nearly every family.

You have to know, the real Dunning-Kruger
effects fake liberals to make them
think that they know everything.
No matter how many facts you
show them, they don't learn or accept.

Too many people are brainwashed into
believing their political party is benevolent.
While both are deep state knights & pawns.

We need outsiders like Donald Trump.

Do not confuse the Dunning-Kruger Effect
with the Dumb-Krueger Effect, started by
pseudo-psychologist to attack MAGAites.

The cure for Dumb-Krueger is knowlege!
May the facts be with you.
Re: What are you reading
November 15, 2017 10:20PM
And as for non-series, I read 11/22/63 by Stephen King.
It is the only book of his that I would recommend (& I've read about 6 of his books.)

The story?

What will a man do if he finds a rabbit hole back to the late 50's & has a yearning
to change a tragic event in history?

Will he succeed? What will he do for all these years that waits till 11/22/63?

Note: I disagree with King's political belief that Oswald acted alone,
but do think he made for a good story.
Re: What are you reading
November 16, 2017 01:22AM
Carlos Castaneda. American anthropology student goes to Mexico to study the Toltec religion and has his eyes opened. Allegedly a true story.
Re: What are you reading
November 20, 2017 11:37PM
I'm always open to learning about other religions. cool smiley
Re: What are you reading
November 21, 2017 03:53AM
The "religion" in question would best be described as shamanism. Just fyi before you read it.
Re: What are you reading
November 23, 2017 12:09AM
The "religion" in question would best be described as shamanism. Just fyi before you read it.

I never said if it was shamanism or not.

There you go again, assuming. the finger smiley
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