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  • #61
    +1. LOVED Changes. Just when I think Butcher is on the verge of getting stale, he throws an awesome curve ball. Can't stand his other books, though.


    Yeah, Changes was incredible. Would love to discuss it, but since Dolf is going to read the books, I don't want to spoil it for him. I would post the cover of the book coming out in March, but it would also probably qualify as spoilers...let's just say it looks pretty cool.

    As far as his other books...I read most of that Furies series, but didn't care much for it. The Dresden books, though...pure He's still got the Knights of the Denarius to deal with, as well. I had no idea there were so many Dresden fans on HCAF...does there need to be a thread?
    Originally Posted by jnurp


    murdoch always brings teh lulz.









    Originally Posted by RockStarBassist


    Also MurdochV wins thread.









    Originally Posted by sleewell


    Murdoch'd = when you think you have something funny to say only to hit post and that son of a bitch said it 10x funnier.

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    • #62
      I am very appreciative of the lack of spoilers.

      We could talk about the TV show I thought it was great until it wasn't there anymore.
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      Originally Posted by Sex Panther


      I never called myself "Love Panther" or "Commitment Panther".





      Formerly known as Dolflundgren

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      • #63
        I am very appreciative of the lack of spoilers.

        We could talk about the TV show I thought it was great until it wasn't there anymore.


        I never watched the show...the books were so damned good that I knew I would just be disappointed in it if I did. But, an awesome quote of Dresden from one of the books that had me raffing out roud...

        "What do you want on your vegetarian pizza?"
        "Dead pigs and cows."
        Originally Posted by jnurp


        murdoch always brings teh lulz.









        Originally Posted by RockStarBassist


        Also MurdochV wins thread.









        Originally Posted by sleewell


        Murdoch'd = when you think you have something funny to say only to hit post and that son of a bitch said it 10x funnier.

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        • #64
          Billy Parham The Crossing
          Meursault The Stranger
          Gregor Samsa The Metamorphosis
          Prince Prospero The Masque of the Red Death
          There is no order in the world, save what death has put there.

          Billows
          Fender::Matamp::Acoustic

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          • #65
            Joe Christmas - A Light in August - Faulkner

            Kurt Mondaugan - V - Pynchon

            The Kid - Blood Meridian - McCarthy

            Jewel Bundren - As I Lay Dying - Faulkner

            I have a lot more, these are just the first few to come to mind.
            Originally Posted by Valtiel




            The lulz brought to you by White_Van LLC.

            And remember kids, its not rape if you yell surprise first.

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            • #66
              Kruppe from the Malazan Book of the Fallen series.
              My **bleep** hurts

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              • #67
                I am very appreciative of the lack of spoilers.

                We could talk about the TV show I thought it was great until it wasn't there anymore.



                The books are about 10 times better than the show and the show was decent.
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                • #68
                  Spv VS Spy
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                  • #69
                    Man for me its Sherlock Holmes by far. It was so brilliantly written, its timeless.
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                    Originally Posted by RockStarBassist


                    You've pretty much just become my new Jesus Christ, Lord and Savior. And you can sig that.









                    Originally Posted by richardcouch


                    mother ****************ing finish 1 mother ****************ing tune









                    Originally Posted by Murdoch


                    LAWL

                    nurp, you could jarsquat a wine barrel if it was filled with gear.










                    Originally Posted by abecon5


                    do me now. you are my kind of whore.






                    avoid at all costs: Jbrazz, Indianscout and Aporcelainsky

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                    • #70
                      Jesus (yeah, I said it)
                      Holden Caulfield
                      Eugene Debs Hartke
                      Adam (Frankenstein)
                      Pip
                      Beowulf
                      Originally Posted by LoopQuantumIt would never work. You're in outerspace, and breathing is a bitch.Originally Posted by BrendanOThere is something very wrong with a situation when I'd rather sleep with the naked cowboy.Vice President o' teh boosted midz clubGreat deals with; ENdtime, OverDriven, outforblood

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                      • #71
                        Jesus (yeah, I said it)
                        Holden Caulfield
                        Eugene Debs Hartke
                        Adam (Frankenstein)
                        Pip
                        Beowulf


                        Have you read the book "Lamb: the Gospel According to Biff"?

                        Such a crazy good book.
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                        Originally Posted by Sex Panther


                        I never called myself "Love Panther" or "Commitment Panther".





                        Formerly known as Dolflundgren

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                        • #72
                          Holden Caulfield
                          Stephen Dedalus
                          Leopold Bloom
                          Satan (from Paradise Lost)
                          Lyra Belacqua & Pantalaimon
                          HOURS








                          Originally Posted by thegumbootman


                          I managed to not say the word "****************" until I was 18

                          In primary school when my friends discovered swearing, I thought "I've never said the f-word before. I'm never going to say it". I wanted to say it when I got older (mostly because my friends would nag me about saying it), but I just didn't want to end the streak of not-saying it

                          I ended up accidentally saying it to my girlfriend at the time. I said "Someone told me that Ben got with a really fat girl and he titty-****************ed her"

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                          • #73
                            Smith Winston Smith 6079 Smith W.

                            Bernard Marx

                            Boxer the draft horse

                            Capt. Horatio Hornblower

                            Tarzan of the Apes

                            Will (from "The White Mountains" tripod trilogy)

                            Lt. Doug Roberts

                            Yossarian

                            A. Gordon Pym

                            Jim (from "Huckleberry Finn")

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                            • #74
                              Richard Sharpe
                              Harry Dresden
                              Garrett, PI
                              Croaker
                              "I swear I'm not a drinkin' man. But there he was, plain as day. Big friendly eyes, repeated everything ya said, didn't know what milk was. A Real Square Little Fellow, Not From Around Here"

                              -Sheriff Luger Axehandle
                              Heater County, California

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                              • #75
                                Addie Bundren (the mother) in Faulkner's 'As I Lay Dying'
                                O from Reage's 'Story Of O'

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