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October 22, 2004


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I read a lot. Minimum of 2 books per week. I don't watch a lot of TV, but I've also never read anything by the authors you listed here. My 9 year old is starting to read books for school and most of them are books that I've read. For the first time this year she brought one home that I hadn't read and was disappointed when I told her that I hadn't read it. The two of us can sit around for a good hour talking about how crazy Fudge is or how we think Ralph is able to actually ride the motorcycle.

Hopefully the Peanut will be a well read young lady.


Don't blogs count?

lil' kim

I read the Bible everyday. That's all the reading I need.


RIF. Reading is Fundamental. You should start a national campaign or something. I nominate you!


Blogs and the bible definitely count. The one thing I dig about the blog community is the level of intelligence and social discourse. I'm sure they're going to do a study one day and find that bloggers are blessed with a higher I.Q. than the average population (better looking too!) As for reading the bible, I'm all for it. The point of reading is to expand one's mind. If you can expand one's soul at the same time, it's like a two-for-one special during happy hour.

Marge Simpson

"Here, Homer. I brought you a tuna sandwich. They say it's brain food. I guess because there's so much dolphin in it, and you know how smart they are."


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