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    Some of the standard Carlin jokes (Airplane announcements, football vs. Baseball) but always good for a laugh.

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    I just started this:

    Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.
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    Finished the Batman book which was full of geeky goodness.

    Now I am reading something that I have been meaning to read for YEARS:

    Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.
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    I finished Pride and Prejudice and Zombies recently. I thought it was really good since it stayed pretty much true to the book with some added additions and slight changes. I'm not a fan of books that try to extend the story after the events in Pride and Prejudice but I though this book did a great job making the original story a little more humorous.

    I thoroughly enjoyed the blood and the ass kicking.

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    Just finished Y: The Last Man (all 10 trades). Reread all 13 Fables trades and now I'm catching up on Robert Kirkman's Invincible, Walking Dead & Astounding Wolf-Man. For books non-comic related, I just bought World War Z: An oral history of the zombie war on CD(written by Mel Brooks' son, Max Brooks). I read the book last year and wanted to hear the story again, but was too busy to invest the time in rereading it.

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    I am going to attempt the Promethean task of re-reading the entire run of Alan Moore/ J.H Williams' Promethea comic series.

    The whole series has been collected via trade paperback by the way and special absolute editions are on the way.

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    Just finished reading this today. Boy was this book ****ed up. I thought it was really well written, but I didn't like it as much as some of Palahniuk's other books.



    Christ this book made me cry like a little baby. Such a wonderful, sad story.

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