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bturk said:
I guess *some one* is working. LOL
Working, but lurking every so often. Just in a quiet mood today.
 

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It's the great Edward Abbey, my favorite author. I've been feeling kinda' curmudgeony lately, so it seemed appropriate.

I'll get over it. I just need more sleep.
 

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Edward Abbey

Just read a David Quaamen (sp?) book which includes a great essay about Abbey. Decided I should give him a try, what do you recommend?
 

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Re: Edward Abbey

jmf said:
Just read a David Quaamen (sp?) book which includes a great essay about Abbey. Decided I should give him a try, what do you recommend?
For starters, either The Monkey Wrench Gang (which is what hooked me) or Desert Solitare (deep non-fiction, if there can be such a thing).
 
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