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"Two days into it and already really enjoying Fingerstyle guitar. It definitely also makes you be conscious of your fretting with all of the arpeggios. I think fiddling with bass guitar helped too. Sounds very pretty with the flat strings on the Ibanez." Apr 01, 2016 04:02PM

 
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Succulent Wild Woman by S.A.R.K.
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This book didn't really speak to me. Although I definitely do love succulent wild women like Lanna Lee Maheux and a lot of awesome people through groups like Earthspirit.
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The Sandman by Neil Gaiman
The Sandman: Overture
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A cool book and a crazy story. And a kitty.
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L.A. Punk Rocker by Brenda Perlin
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A really good Billy Idol story at the beginning and a pretty good Billy Idol story at the end. The middle wasn't nearly as good though. Considering the pictures, I would rather the middle part be a non fiction memoir of the time. And the first and la ...more
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Death by Neil Gaiman
Death: The Deluxe Edition
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A good continuation of the Sandman epic. Two good new stories in The High Cost of Living and The Time of Your Life.

Although death just be awfully busy just with insects like fruit flies to have so much time for others.

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The Taming of Violet by J.M. Dabney
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Good fun. Although I wish it was longer. Also the warning about sharing the e-book was nutty. I think I will get more in the series.
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The Sandman by Neil Gaiman
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I really enjoyed the Despair chapter and art and the Dream story was good but it didn't have the magic and narrative of the main Sandman epic. Skippable.
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Bossypants by Tina Fey
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I found this book actually better read out of order. The second half is more interesting to me. And I do hope more women get in power in Hollywood.
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Brave by Rose McGowan
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An extremely hard life full of abuse. I really hope people in power stop getting away with abuses. And I'm glad she is speaking up now.
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Going Solo by Roald Dahl
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I am very happy Roald Dahl survived World War II, do so many potential bright lights in the world died. Some of the chapters in Greece are especially harrowing. Blessed be to all the fallen soldiers and civilians.
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“My parents were told by the principal of West Barnstable Elementary School and my teacher that I was a bright boy whose spelling was in the retarded range and whose handwriting was the worst they’d ever seen. I find it embarrassing that I spell so badly. I will do almost anything to avoid being embarrassed, but no effort either on my part or on the part of any teacher has ever dented my utter bafflement when it comes to choosing which letters to put down, how many, and in what order.”
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“Most adults have forgotten what they had to do to survive childhood.”
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“I understand perfectly why some of my autistic patients scream and flap their arms--it's to frighten off extroverts”
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