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31 October 2014 18:45 Post ID: #249235 - in reply to #96537
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The Bachelor of Powalgarh [abridged]

.. this was according to him, the second largest tiger that Jim Corbett shot . .. a behemoth measuring approx. 11'9" from nose tip to end of tail .. they simply couldn't weigh him, but from Corbett's discussions looked like the Bachelor weighed 315 + kilograms.

Had a rather strong affinity towards buffalo meat and of course very eager for soft, succulent humans.



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01 February 2015 16:26 Post ID: #250014 - in reply to #96537
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Dan Brown.

The Lost Symbol. . ... just started ..
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17 March 2015 19:18 Post ID: #250397 - in reply to #96537
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Portrait of a Winner [on Fabio Capello]
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31 March 2015 15:36 Post ID: #250532 - in reply to #96537
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Shades of Desire: the book I've bought it today.

Just 4-5 more days, I'll finish the one on Capello. I'll start with my new book.

meanwhile, all the horny devils all around the world, wank yourself knackered dead to 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.


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01 April 2015 05:53 Post ID: #250536 - in reply to #250532
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Good one Tambling!

I started reading the autobiography of Malcolm X. So far so good.
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17 April 2015 20:00 Post ID: #250715 - in reply to #96537
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I'm almost there. max to max another week till this book is finished.

I don't know what I'll read next, I haven't ordered anything fresh, online.

The other day, one of the book-stores, I saw a glimpse of this book 'Dark Star' . .. the untold, forgotten stories of the massive, crazy-famous superstar of the film industry here during the early seventies to late eighties ... Rajesh Khanna .. that character has always fascinated me. .. many people misinterpreted his personal life, his way of living, his philosophy .. but none can deny that hysteric, mind-numbing stardom he had. . . I mean love letters, marriage-proposals, love/infatuation confessions being written and sent to him with blood; these women, these girls from every single corner of this huge country, they sent him. phew! ..

I'd like to read that book very much. Absolutely. I hope it's there in 9-10 days time, when I walk by that store again.
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04 July 2015 06:28 Post ID: #251469 - in reply to #96537
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I had no luck with that book I was stalking.

Sat here, with a whole big lot of PDF resources from Xamarin on android and cross-platform mobile app development.
Fack.
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29 July 2015 21:07 Post ID: #251705 - in reply to #96537
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I'm trying to learn more about the early American novel as a genre, so I'm reading a terrific book called 'Revolution and the Word'. I guess it's esoteric stuff but I feel I can recommend it due to its accessible prose and the fact that it's told like a "story" of the emerging American novel. It's really engaging.
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20 August 2015 17:22 Post ID: #251956 - in reply to #96537
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Arena 13: by Joseph Delaney
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