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 on: Today at 09:52:21 AM 
Started by MissKitty - Last post by daytime drinking

1.  lord jim- joseph conrad.
2.  one hundred years of solitude- gabriel garcia marquez
3.  the electric kool aid acid test- tom wolfe
4.  thus spake zarathustra- nietzsche
5. the journey to the east- hermann hesse
6.  the devils- fyodor dostoevsky
7.  the tea party goes to washington- rand paul
8.  bagombo snuff box- kurt vonnegut
9.  tropic of capricorn- henry miller
10.  naked lunch- william s. burroughs
11.  dancing lessons for the advanced in age- bohumil hrabal
12.  the importance of being earnest and other plays- oscar wilde
13.  life is so daily in cincinnati- mary pledge peterson
14.  dead souls- nikolai gogol
15.  become what you are- alan watts

16.  autobiography- benvenuto cellini.  i'd never heard of this guy before.  i was immediately drawn to it after reading the back jacket, "he had a heroic opinion of himself."  it's considered the best autobiography ever written and he didn't even write it.  he dictated it to young assistant.  he hung out in florence during the renaissance.  michaelangelo, the king of france, whatever pope was in session were his guys.  he killed people on account of avenging himself.  he made enemies with his rivals (he was the preeminent goldsmith and sculptor of his day, according to himself), popes, bishops, dukes, duchesses, cardinals.....  he was ayn rand's wettest dream.  his boasts and threats were about as funny as they were awesome.  he was like don quixote had the good don not gone mad.  it was a wonderful read

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 on: Today at 09:47:35 AM 
Started by MissKitty - Last post by Dan
It's the same guy who wrote "The Master and Margarita" which is his more famous work.

And be careful! He wasn't Russian - he was Soviet! Ha.

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 on: Today at 09:12:37 AM 
Started by Ella Minnow Pea - Last post by Dan
Thanks to both of you! I prefer the adjustable kind, so yes, CR, if you go please bring a measuring tape. It's imperative that they are less than 15" wide and expandable because I'm not looking to have a heavy duty installation here - just a simple something.

If not, I'll look into those pet screens.

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 on: Today at 09:11:43 AM 
Started by MissKitty - Last post by daytime drinking
i'll have to check that one out dan.  always in the mood for a russian novel

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 on: Today at 09:07:10 AM 
Started by jcarwash31 - Last post by MissKitty
Yeah, that whole album is aces.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:41:57 PM 
Started by Ella Minnow Pea - Last post by Cockney Rebel
We bought some adjustable white vinyl screens at Lowes for our old house in Newport that extended out to fit the old windows but when not in use slid down to a size that I swear was no wider than 12" or so. You just rested the sash on top of the frame to keep them in place. I may still have one or two of them in our lock-up and if I go and they're the right size you can have them.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:30:49 PM 
Started by jcarwash31 - Last post by twentyshots
so i looked back and can't believe no one has put that tweens forever song on the playlists.....i saw where misskitty put a different song on a couple months ago, but forever is such an earworm it seemed like it had to go on as well. plus, you know, hometown love.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:04:30 PM 
Started by Ella Minnow Pea - Last post by trixi
Here you go Dan

Not sure how much you're willing to pay

http://www.qualitywindowscreen.com/pet-screens-p-308.html

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 on: Yesterday at 10:30:56 PM 
Started by Ella Minnow Pea - Last post by Dan
Recommend to me a....

Way to create a window screen that fits in my narrow bathroom window. This window is ~15" wide at the opening, and 17" behind the lips of guiderails for the window. I want to put up a screen here so my cat doesn't get out, but the smallest adjustable window screens that I can find are still too wide for this small window.

Any suggestions?

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 on: Yesterday at 06:33:18 PM 
Started by Jonathan - Last post by Poolio
HAHAHA!! You guys are awesome... I wish I'd grabbed Pacific Rim before leaving the house. Or my new copy of Godzilla. Ah well...Hercules movies filled the boring void.

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