Inability to re-read Good Books or What is wrong with Me?

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Tery

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I lived through the 80s...

Had trouble with that blasted G spot thingy too. :a11:




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Paddy C

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Mr. King's books are probably the only ones I'd consider re-reading and I often have. The thing for me is the fact that most of the earlier books I'd not have read in around 30 years or more. So reading them now as opposed to when I was in my teens/early twenties I can see them in a different light, so to speak.
As a matter of fact, I recently ordered a hardback copy of the Stephen King Omnibus that doubles up Firestarter with The Eyes of The Dragon and I'm especially looking forward to reading Firestarter as it was the first SK book that I ever read close to forty years ago!
 

thekidd12

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Good luck with your cardiac rehab. It takes work, but you can get on top of it!
It's reflection night here at mi casa...

Thanks DJ for this back in the day...

I did get on top of it...

35 pounds less fat and still eating turkey (Mrs Dash is a talented woman)...

Seriously appreciate you and all the rest of the fine folks I have come to know here.
 

Dana Jean

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It's reflection night here at mi casa...

Thanks DJ for this back in the day...

I did get on top of it...

35 pounds less fat and still eating turkey (Mrs Dash is a talented woman)...

Seriously appreciate you and all the rest of the fine folks I have come to know here.
Congrats on that weight loss! That is significant and eating healthy is just your new you now. It is a commitment.