Tim (Mole) The Gunslinger Tim (Mole) The Gunslinger's Comments (member since Jun 25, 2008)



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Nov 15, 2008 09:12AM

1218 Angela's Ashes Frank McCourt
Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas Hunter S Thompson
Any David Sedaris book
Nov 05, 2008 04:28PM

1218 I know that when I heard I cried tears of joy! what a great and historic moment to have taken part in! Obama reminds me of a JFK sorta!
Sep 22, 2008 06:40AM

1218 Ive had Dracula forever and put it off repeatedly thanks for helping me with my commitment issues!lol I need to order House of Leaves though but Ive been looking forward to that anyway!
What are you reading? (30017 new)
Sep 19, 2008 04:03PM

1218 I just fined The Bell Jar, it started out a little slow but it was a wonderful read!

I worked in a psych ward for 4 years and she caught the essence of mental illness perfectly, I could see that she was horribly distraught and crying out for help!

It was scary how much it reminded me of so many of the people I had taken care of and even though it was written 45 years ago its still relavent!

The feelings of persecution and paranoia, and her battle with it all is the exact same thing I saw everday no one could have wrote about mental illness so accurately without having lived it!
Raaaaawr!!!! (11 new)
Sep 14, 2008 06:02PM

1218 Hello Catalina and welcome!
Author Alphabet (3727 new)
Sep 14, 2008 06:50AM

1218 George Orwell
Scrabble (16076 new)
Sep 14, 2008 06:49AM

1218 leans
Sep 13, 2008 06:54AM

1218 Its hard to say at this point! But I'd say more than I have fingers and toes!lol And the list grows and grows, buying books is almost a obsession getting them and coveting them is almost as good as reading! Im a sick sick man!lol
Scrabble (16076 new)
Sep 13, 2008 06:51AM

1218 mimes
Scrabble (16076 new)
Sep 12, 2008 10:25PM

1218 POUCH
Your Latest Splurge (9853 new)
Sep 12, 2008 09:48PM

1218 I just ordered the 4th 5th and 6th books in the Dresden Files by Jim Butcher and 20th century ghosts by Joe Hill early birthday present to me its sunday!
What are you reading? (30017 new)
Sep 12, 2008 08:11PM

1218 I just recieved The Bell Jar from a elderly retired research librarian that I use to care for,she said she knows I love reading and thought I'd enjoy it!

I've heard so many good things from everyone, I thought I had better read it!lol
Age Ranging (37 new)
Sep 06, 2008 11:24PM

1218 My God this is insanity where will it stop parents should be the ones who say something is inapropriate for there children no one else!

Whats next Farenheit 451? When I was kid I read at a higher level than some and if I would have been stopped from reading what interested me I would have never gained the love I have for reading! And your all right if there trying to read above there level they will lose intrest.

And there not going to see anything or learn anything so horrible that there not going to get from television or real life experience!


The Title Game (20574 new)
Aug 23, 2008 09:57PM

1218 Dirty White Boys by Stephen Hunter
Aug 16, 2008 04:31PM

1218 Ive read both versions the extended version is better!It just explains more on how it happened I dont want to spoil!
Aug 16, 2008 03:01PM

1218 I truly believe that other people's opinions arent reliable!not saying not valid, I may take someones opinion into consideration but I wont dismiss something on hersey I check it out myself and form my own opinion! And Hayley i think your plenty girly!
What are you reading? (30017 new)
Aug 14, 2008 05:18PM

1218 I just finished Heart Shaped Box!Thought it was excellent!!

Now ive started The Rising - Brian Keene its pretty good so far what an interesting take on zombies Im such a horror nut!lol
Author Alphabet (3727 new)
Aug 11, 2008 01:02AM

1218 R.L Stine
The Title Game (20574 new)
Aug 11, 2008 12:56AM

1218 The Drawing of the Three- Stephen King
Word Scramble (106 new)
Aug 11, 2008 12:52AM

1218 retaliation?



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