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Walden by Henry David Thoreau
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Aug 01, 07

bookshelves: essays, read-for-school, classics

Or "The Guy Who Liked to Go Outside and Do Stuff". If Thoreau were alive today, I bet he'd be one of those guys who won't shut up about how he "doesn't even own" a television. Curiously, however, I don't think he'd smell bad. And he'd find Radiohead neither overrated nor God's gift to modern music. Just a talented band with a few fairly interesting ideas.
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Emily Meeks If Thoreau were alive today, he'd probably be the Unabomber.


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Jeremy This made me laugh, especially the Radiohead reference.


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Katie Wasn't this from The Perks of Being a Wallglower?


message 4: by M (new) - rated it 3 stars

M Yeah but he'd probably be blogging about it on his laptop..


Paula Best review


Tobin Tullis great review! spot on


Burd I think Thoreau would say that Radiohead is the Pink Floyd the 90's.


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