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Old 08-11-2010, 11:45 AM   #21
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Always good to meet fellow Pratchett fans!!!!
It's just nice knowing that if a Pratchett quote or pun passes your fingertips that some will understand. It's the same for any favorite author!
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I have two contributions to 'tickle your funny bone'!
Nobody has mentioned Dave barry yet, multiple offerings to make you laugh.
And if you're a SF fan, read the "Stainless Steel rat" series by Harry Harrison.
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I have two contributions to 'tickle your funny bone'!
Nobody has mentioned Dave barry yet, multiple offerings to make you laugh.
And if you're a SF fan, read the "Stainless Steel rat" series by Harry Harrison.
I'm getting quite excited by other's suggestions on SF and Fantasy. I usually hang back on those because IRL most don't understand my love of it. The SS Rat series is fantastic!
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I'm getting quite excited by other's suggestions on SF and Fantasy. I usually hang back on those because IRL most don't understand my love of it. The SS Rat series is fantastic!
Glad to see we're on the "same page", literally!
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Old 08-12-2010, 03:55 AM   #25
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Two more you might like--the Kinky Friedman 'mystery' series where Kinky features himself as a private eye, lots of laugh-out-loud bits. Also in the oldie-but-goodie category, the Bertie Wooster and Jeeves books by P. g. Wodehouse still stand up if you don't mind a little dated humor.
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