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Good Christian Bitches by Kim Gatlin
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Mar 30, 09

Read in March, 2009

So, living in Dallas made this book interesting of course. But the writing itself was subpar, and many of the situations seemed somewhat implausible. It's always funny to hear someone say aloud (or put down on paper) what most people think but don't dare say. On the other side Christian hypocrisy is evident everywhere. It's certainly not unique to Dallas. Again, Gatlin just called it out (thanks!). I would recommend it only to someone who wants a giggle about the "HP" bubble. Apparently there's much specualtion about "who's whom". But I don't know nearly enough to begin to speculate...
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Aimee Ok Hallie! When you are done you've got to let me borrow. I'm dying to read this!!!!

Hallie Will do!

Traci No matter how plausible we're pretty sure this was a true story based in Highland Park. Campesi's (sp?) is the restaurant that Amanda took her children too when she wanted to feel like home. The Longhorn ball is really the Cattleman's.

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