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  1. Inkdaub

    Small, unworthy things: part whatever

    I have had cinnamon toast, though my mom made it in the oven and not the toaster. I have never had this muffin confection you describe. This is a good thread for someone who just bought a toaster. I hear the people without earbuds on the train every single day.
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    Small, unworthy things: part whatever

    Well I have used one at a friend's house. We had one in the report area at work for a while. I have never had one of my own, though. I bought my first microwave last winter. The toaster is much more exciting. I am interested in these Toaster Strudels. I'm pretty dull with my tea. A fresh, hot green tea with likely too much lemon added and I'm good. They serve a cold blackberry green tea at Yard House that's pretty good. I also like the house oolong when dining at a Chinese restaurant.
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    Small, unworthy things: part whatever

    I have never owned a toaster so I bought one and it is absolutely thrilling to make pop-tarts.
  4. Will do once I get to reading them. I just bought Arturo Perez Reverte's Club Dumas. I thought I had already read this but I seemingly have not.
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    All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders

    I just bought this about an hour ago. Looking forward to it.
  6. I too enjoy a steady diet of the mysterious. I am a total John Connolly junkie, but I also love the following authors. Tana French - Dublin Murder Squad plus standalones. Gillian Flynn - All standalones. Ian Rankin - John Rebus books, set mostly in Edinburgh. James Lee Burke - Dave Robicheaux books, set mostly in Louisiana. William Kent Krueger - Cork O'Connor books, set mostly in Minnesota. Cathi Unsworth - Standalones set in England. Michael Connelly - Harry Bosch and Lincoln Lawyer books, plus standalones, set in Los Angeles. Jonathan Kellerman - Alex Delaware/Milo Sturgis books, set in Los Angeles. I just bought two new books by authors I haven't read. Denise Mina - Garnethill, set I think in Scotland. Asa Larsson - Sun Storm, set I think in Sweden. We'll see.
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    Is a Drooght Coming?

    I have to admit Jaime L makes a solid case.
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    Escalators... what’s the deal?

    The worst penalty should be for those who allow those line skippers to merge out of sequence.
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    Escalators... what’s the deal?

    Moving walkways are fun to walk on but escalators are not.
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    WHEEL OF TIME tv show: Go on,tug my braid!

    Domon was a properly set up sort of man as I recall. I'm in the middle of a slow reread and this thread is reminding me to get into it again.
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    Electric Cars - Advise?

    When I was a valet parking attendant the Leaf was my favorite electric car that wasn't a Tesla. I hope you like it.
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    Second Quarter 2019 Reading

    I read De Castell's Tyrant's Throne, which I had been saving for a while, and loved it as I thought I would. Next I attempted to start Tchaikovsky's Shadows of the Apt but couldn't get into it. Now I'm reading Lawrence's Holy Sister.
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    Video Games: Devils Die Twice

    I have started another play through of Horizon and suddenly all is good and proper in my world.
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    RIP Gene Wolfe

    Very sad news. RIP Gene Wolfe.
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    Video Games: Devils Die Twice

    It's third person also so I'm in.
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