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EDIT: Correction, I just recalled that one author who wrote a female character as carrying things such as credit cards in her vagina. That was the silliest shit I've ever read.


I hate myself for wanting to know more, but... what?
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I hate myself for wanting to know more, but... what?


An article: Crime Writer Stuart Woods Claims Women Keep Purses In Their...

And a link to the book on Goodreads: Desperate Measures (Stone Barrington #47) by Stuart Woods.
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Good God....
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An article: Crime Writer Stuart Woods Claims Women Keep Purses In Their...

And a link to the book on Goodreads: Desperate Measures (Stone Barrington #47) by Stuart Woods.


Jinkies. Well, thanks for the info, haha.
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Even though he's historically my favorite author, anything by R.A. Salvatore since 2016.
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Alot of things might make me raise an eyebrow, but it would have to be something pretty egregious to make me walk out. Anything by those pick up artists idiots for sure.
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To reiterate, I wouldn't walk out if I saw some recent Salvatore, but I know I would inevitably argue with how much it has fallen since his heyday that it would definitely cause some strain, so...
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People magazine. Oh right, a specific author. Dan Brown to be honest. While his books can be stupid fun, I don't really want to know a person who leaves his books out.
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50 Shades if it hasn't been mentioned, Stephanie Meyers also.
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50 Shades if it hasn't been mentioned, Stephanie Meyers also.


I was fixing to say, those Twilight crap books 😃
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I feel like you can be forgiven for reading Twilight, its only if you go on from there that we have a problem
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I feel like you can be forgiven for reading Twilight, its only if you go on from there that we have a problem


Not by me lol, sparkling vampires in the sun pffft.
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Time for a hot take, but I'll judge you to no ends if you leave out anything by the master of YA cringe: John Green. His books aren't 'coming of age' stories; they're contrived shite for people who can't get enough of their cry porn.
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Mike Jittlov. Who wrote Wizard of speed and time, & then they had the audacity to make it into a movie.
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Oddly enough, Sun Tzu and the Art of War.

Not so much because they read it, but more because of the fact that they're prominently displaying it as though actively brushing-up on it in order to impress me.

It won't.

Don't be mistaken, it's full of good advice. But it's vague and old, with just enough usefulness on its own to fake competency at something. It's pretty much a 1st edition self-help book plus the language-barrier of being just abstract enough to be misquoted harder than the King James Bible.

It being laid on the table can mean one of three things:

1. They haven't actually read it yet. Yet I should be impressed they managed to get ahold of a mass-printed book.
2. They're brushing up on it because they're going through a rough-patch.
3. They've read it, and want to feel superior by letting everyone know it.

1 and 3 are obvious why I probably want out. 2 isn't. Trying to dig your way out of a specific problem, likely a highly modern and technical issue involving finances and modern legal constructs... and the book they reached for to solve it was Sun Tzu.

>They don't need Sun Tzu, they need a lawyer.
And if they're trying to outmanuver and manipulate my emotions based only off of Sun Tzu, they've came rather unarmed.
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Victor Davis Hanson


Never read any of his work, but if memory serves he writes books on greek antiquity. What's wrong with his work?
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He is a neo-con shill more interested in pushing current (for the time) political positions, than doing good history.
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He is a neo-con shill more interested in pushing current (for the time) political positions, than doing good history.


Ugh, the worst kind of person.
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