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1 Cor. 13:13 -- Faith, Hope, Love

Discussion in 'The Philosopher' started by FEZZILLA, Dec 7, 2018.

  1. FEZZILLA

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    My post is short...real short. You're just not avid readers. Back in the day the Nightwish forum used to hold lots of long discussions with very lengthy posts. These were Off-Topic posts, of course; but there are lots of Finns who read.
     
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    but the lengthy-post-thing is not actually happening now

    and even "back in the day" it wasn't happening very much outside of the Nightwish forum
     
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    Why is it you always assume what others are and aren't to fit your confused thoughts? I have 9 floor to ceiling double (and in part triple stacked) book shelves here. I have books still in storage. And I have an ebook collection of over 3000 books.

    Not an avid reader be fucked, I just don't read horse shit no matter where it is printed.
     
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    when books started being called "summer beach reads" i [being still a kid] thought this was a reference to all those books being the same length
    so, i thought "driving down to the beach, opening page one, finishing the book, then driving home and going to sleep in your own house"
    i spent my whole childhood thinking a "summer beach read" was a length of book, the length of book you would read in a single fucking day on the beach, where you wake-up in your own house, drive to the beach, read the entire freaking book, then drive home and sleep in your own fucking bed.
    and sometimes i actually read books that fast
    a random book by R. A. Salvatore, Laurel K. Hamilton, Ed Greenwood, Charlaine Harris, i can read in a day
    it was only after becoming an adult [and having already read a huge amount of the books by the above authors] that i discovered that "summer beach read" was a reference to teachers in Minnesota going to Miami for summer vacation where it takes all fucking summer to read a fucking James Patterson book
    lumping me into the category of those dumb-asses that take all-fucking-summer to read a single book is actually horribly offensive
     
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    This explains so much.
     
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    I wonder how much time FEZZILLA has to read books not related to all of this religious stuff he/she posts about.
     
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    Maybe they have found the secret to time as well as the secret to life and their day has 48 hours, hence the big breaks in posting.
     
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    I don't think he bothers to Read non-religious books
     

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