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The Lucifer Principle  by Howard Bloom
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Feb 28, 10

Read in October, 2009

The first bit of this book was alright - the author had good arguments and proof to sustain his theories... but as the book went on, I felt like a TA reading a bullshit paper that someone did SOME research for, and then didn't finish so the night before they just made up some crap based on the research they did in the beginning. It covered the page requirement, but the argument is like a sieve. Had a lot of potential, but just didn't make it.

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message 1: by Alan (new)

Alan Your TA comparison is great. That's Bloom, bec the poor man has had to produce $ to support his institutionalized son. Lots of $. He's the male equivalent of logo diarrhetic Joyce Carol Oates.

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