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post #61 of 64 Old 01-04-2008, 11:18 AM
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"We're Right, They're Wrong" by James Carville

James Carville?? YOu mean Serpent Head????

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"The Great Cholesterol Con" by Anthony Colpo

A must read for anyone interested in their health.

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Originally Posted by BLS33
I've never read that book myself but have heard about it. How well do you think the ideas and methods translate to the modern day. It was written in the 30's wasn't it?
The human has not changed at all in the past 70 years, evolutionarily(sp). The things that made relationships work back then will still do the trick today, and will 100 years from now, barring complete social breakdown via internet and text messaging.

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It takes us the better part of 2 decades to write our constitution and we expect Iraq to already be a fully functioning democracy by now?

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The Little Engine That Could by Watter Piper

p.s. its the i-think-i-can book
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