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message 1: by karen, future RA queen (last edited Feb 12, 2011 07:04AM) (new)

karen (karenbrissette) | 1315 comments Mod
who: anyone who either wants to find a new book to read or wants to help someone else find a book to read
what: readers' advisory techniques - we learn them and use them.
why: to become more conscious of the structure of our books and what makes us and other people respond to them.


message 2: by David (new)

David (nullnvoid) I can't believe you used caps in your caveat. And it was so formal/professional-sounding!

From world class dumpster-fucker to... this. I am so proud. These are prideful tears in my eyes.


message 3: by karen, future RA queen (new)

karen (karenbrissette) | 1315 comments Mod
that's because this is for school. and i would like it to be a success. HEAR THAT, ESTEBAN???


message 4: by Esteban (new)

Esteban del Mal (kidsisyphus) I hear.

This is very professional. I cannot wait to participate in all the literary gravitas.


message 5: by Randy (new)

Randy Ohhh, if we're gonna have "literary gravitas" I wanna FULL cup!


message 6: by Mir (new)

Mir | 189 comments You used gravitas in casual conversation! Excellent!


message 7: by Dave (new)

Dave Russell Damn, I used "gravitas" too in this group, but I don't think I saw Randy's comment before I did.


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