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message 1: by Kate (new)

Kate LaClair Love this book, and love teaching it!


message 2: by Jason (new)

Jason I loved it, too, Kate. I think you could do some serious justice to a review of this, hint hint. :D


Richard Reviles Censorship Always in All Ways Nice review...concise, complete. Like that in a review.


message 4: by Jason (new)

Jason You just say that cuz you're getting too lazy to read the long ones, Richard. :)


Richard Reviles Censorship Always in All Ways Jason wrote: "You just say that cuz you're getting too lazy to read the long ones, Richard. :)"

Heh. At least I'm not to lazy to spell correctly.

;-P~~~


message 6: by Jonathan (new)

Jonathan Richard wrote: "Jason wrote: "You just say that cuz you're getting too lazy to read the long ones, Richard. :)"

Heh. At least I'm not to lazy to spell correctly.

;-P~~~"


Ah but your choice of punctuation might need work there :p


Richard Reviles Censorship Always in All Ways LOL

You noticed before Jason!


message 8: by Jonathan (new)

Jonathan Haha I have a habit of automatically trying to correct grammar and punctuation which backfires when I stuff up. Particularly around fellow Grammar Nazis...

But yes I had to stop and read the review and accompanying comments here.


Richard Reviles Censorship Always in All Ways I just thought it was funny to leave a misspelling in the post...Grammar Nazi humour...


message 10: by Jonathan (new)

Jonathan I assumed as much at first.


message 11: by Jason (new)

Jason Haha, nice catch Jonathan!


message 12: by René (new)

René I am physically incapable of encountering the expression "So it goes" without plunging into memories of that book.


message 13: by Steve (new)

Steve You've been doing very well with your Vonnegut lately, Jason. This one is canonical. Or is it? (Oh wait, that was your other review. So it goes, I guess.)


message 14: by Jason (new)

Jason I went through a bit of a Vonnegut binge and I'm almost ready for Round 2.

Close game tonight, Steve, but 4–3 Boston. :)


message 15: by Julia (new)

Julia Batalla Jason wrote: "I went through a bit of a Vonnegut binge and I'm almost ready for Round 2.

Close game tonight, Steve, but 4–3 Boston. :)"


The rubber game is just about to begin. If the Cubs lose, they'll be right at their season average -- 1 win out of every 3. Despite the statistical likelihood, I hope your kids didn't guarantee you a Sox victory for Fathers' Day.


message 16: by Steve (new)

Steve Oops -- my daughter was signed in without me knowing it. This last one was from me.


message 17: by Kay (new)

Kay Barrett Great review


message 18: by Abbie (new)

Abbie Do you think Kurt Vonnegut wrote this story to persuade you to almost be "anti-war" like him and to feel sorry for Billy?


message 19: by Jason (new)

Jason I don't know if he wrote it to make people feel sorry for his character but I do think that it is an "anti-war" novel, yes.


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