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Secrets of the Millionaire Mind,’ by T. Harv Eker. It’s about different techniques and strategies millionaires use to invest their money.”

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“Right now I’m reading ‘Never Mind!: A Twin Novel,’ by Avi and Rachel Vail. It’s a novel about two twins who think they are nothing alike, but find out that they have more in common than they think.”

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The Lost Art of Compassion,’ by Lorne Ladner. It’s about the Buddhist idea of compassion and how we can use Western psychology to explore it.”

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The Subtle Knife,’ by Philip Pullman, the author who wrote ‘The Golden Compass.’ This is the second book in the trilogy. It’s about the existence of multiple worlds and the attempt to visit them through holes cut in time.”

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“I just finished ‘The Catcher in the Rye,’ by J.D. Salinger. My teacher recommended it to me. It was very good. I really enjoyed it.”


number3of5 10 years, 1 month ago

I am reading The Complete Works of OHenry. Many of the stories are a bit dull, others mind boggling, and some very interesting.

tonythetiger 10 years, 1 month ago

I am reading the (1)Emerald Realm and (2)Frontiers of Science, and (3)The World's Wild Shores. They are publications of the current cutting edge science of 1990 produced by National Geographic. They were printed right before the Exxon/Valdez oil spill. It was quite interesting that they have charted the progression of several deserts into other temperate and forested zones on the earth over a course of many years.By the way, I just heard that a pop rock artist just left town and decided not to invest in the place including legal proceedings to stop the SLT over the Baker Wetlands. Maybe we could get Pearl Jam or PAW to come back and advocate media wise to promote the preservation of our wetlands and convince them it should not be developed over and that it will be a sinkhole in the future. Oh, well actually they can build bridges over much more sedimentary rivers and seas and oceans as the Baker Wetlands. I suppose it could be done. But I guess they will also build their trashy quickmarts, gas stations and such as well. Oh well, Uff da!

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