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Weird Indiana by Mark Marimen
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Sep 15, 2010

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bookshelves: non-fiction, north-america, travel
Read from September 15 to October 02, 2010

My dog ate the corner and I had to buy the library a new copy of this book. Now I have the dog bitten one for my personal collection. My dog has done maybe three *really bad* things in his entire 2 year long life. This one was one of them . . . but the question is, Why? Why this book out of hundreds? Why just one corner? Should I give him the ex-library copy? I am guessing not! Illustrations are pretty amazing and really this is a coffee table book maybe for stoners who can read? and not a travel guide, but I liked the section about the panther and the one about Sasquatch is fun to scare kids with. Did I just write that? Guess so! ;)

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Reading Progress

09/15/2010 page 79
31.0% "sasquatch, black panthers, murders, curses, hauntings, poltergeists and Yes I picked this up because yesterday I drove past the "big-foot woods" intersection and wondered if there had been any sightings recently!"
09/15/2010 page 79
31.0% "otherworldly illustrations and some funny landmark photos."

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