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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler 99 View Post
    The Great Gatsby was a ****ing amazing book. But my favorite piece of literature of all time is East of Eden by Steinbeck. Holy ****, that is totally worth reading.

    Life of Pi was great too (the book not the movie, although the movie was beautiful). That book seriously changed me. I used to be one of those terrible religion-bashing atheists but then I read that book and I've come to realize that religion can be a beautiful thing. I still don't believe in god but I totally respect those that do (except crazy bible-thumping fundamentalists but who likes them anyway).
    Ahem. God is spelled with a capital 'G'.

    And my favorite book is currently Inheritance by Christopher Paolini, but the book I am delving into now is becoming a fierce competitor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wintendo View Post
    Knave, you falleth a tad short of the mark. Thou shalt pay for thine pride and arrogance, and in the meanwhile, sweet chuck, I shall exert myself to the interpretation of the modern texts.
    So you're 13...I'm only 14 so yeah...
    Quote Originally Posted by Wintendo View Post
    Ahem. God is spelled with a capital 'G'.

    And my favorite book is currently Inheritance by Christopher Paolini, but the book I am delving into now is becoming a fierce competitor.
    I LOVE THOSE BOOKS!!!!
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    I see we are on the topic of books, who read the Percy Jackson series a LOOONG time ago?
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    Me, read them in 7th grade. I'm in 11th now for perspective. They were exciting.

    Anyone read anything from the Discworld series?

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    A good book series is the Divergent series it's so good!!! The first book is Divergent and the second one is insurgent
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    Ooo like Insurgentes, one of the best albums ever :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudsonn98 View Post
    So you're 13...I'm only 14 so yeah...

    I LOVE THOSE BOOKS!!!!
    No, I'm 14 too.
    I am currently reading the Beyonders trilogy by Brandon Mull, my favorite author.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler 99 View Post
    I still don't believe in god but I totally respect those that do (except crazy bible-thumping fundamentalists but who likes them anyway).
    Oh my gosh, I can't even deal. I think I just died laughing.


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    I'm telling you, as annoying as they are, they aren't as bad as the anti-theists that call themselves atheists on /r/atheism

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    Yeah, I never understood the point of pretending to be something that is "looked down upon" by most of the world's population. Believe or not believe, it shouldn't really matter. But hey, nobody has common sense or respect these days, so why should it matter?


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    I still read a lotta books like
    The Ranger's Apprentice and Brotherband Chronicles
    Percy Jackson and They Heroes of Olympus
    Artemis Fowl Series
    And a lot more :P
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    Artemis Fowl ain't half bad.
    Wow. Spell check didn't correct 'ain't'. The world of grammar is falling apart.
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    Artemis Fowl was great. I only read the first six books but they were fantastic.

    The Bartimaeus Trilogy is awesome as well, I might even consider it better.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintendo View Post
    Wow. Spell check didn't correct 'ain't'. The world of grammar is falling apart.
    I'm pretty sure it never has; it's a well-known conjunction, despite the fact that it isn't a real word
    But then again, you did say it >.>

    Also you guise should listen to this song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVeMiVU77wo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler 99 View Post
    Artemis Fowl was great. I only read the first six books but they were fantastic.

    The Bartimaeus Trilogy is awesome as well, I might even consider it better.



    I'm pretty sure it never has; it's a well-known conjunction, despite the fact that it isn't a real word
    But then again, you did say it >.>

    Also you guise should listen to this song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVeMiVU77wo
    i am slightly confused by that video...
    not a bad song though

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    Yeah the video is weird but the song is so damn catchy......

    That is seriously the weirdest band I've ever discovered

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler 99 View Post
    Yeah the video is weird but the song is so damn catchy......

    That is seriously the weirdest band I've ever discovered
    yeah they're pretty weird haha
    hey you said you like rock.
    which bands specifically
    I listen to all rock and i wanna post something you might like in that review a song thread

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    Oo ok. I'm really getting into progressive rock like Pink Floyd, Porcupine Tree, King Crimson... For the most part. I also like Rise Against a lot but not really anything else similar. And Muse, they are incredibly talented and I love them.

    That's just a small taste but I think you could probably work off it ^.^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler 99 View Post
    Oo ok. I'm really getting into progressive rock like Pink Floyd, Porcupine Tree, King Crimson... For the most part. I also like Rise Against a lot but not really anything else similar. And Muse, they are incredibly talented and I love them.

    That's just a small taste but I think you could probably work off it ^.^
    pink floyd, rise against, and muse are pretty awesome
    do you like post grunge?

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    Give me an example, I know more about the bands themselves than the subgenre titles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler 99 View Post
    Give me an example, I know more about the bands themselves than the subgenre titles
    rob zombie i'm guessing is a no go for you?
    also i like seether and alice in chains

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    Ohh not so much. I don't really like hard rock at all. I prefer melodic music, or music with lots of layers of sound and intricate rhythms. Like this gorgeous piece, holy ****... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXxZkNjKsic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler 99 View Post
    Ohh not so much. I don't really like hard rock at all. I prefer melodic music, or music with lots of layers of sound and intricate rhythms. Like this gorgeous piece, holy ****... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXxZkNjKsic
    oh i love hard rock
    in that case do you like apocalyptica?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler 99 View Post
    Ohh not so much. I don't really like hard rock at all. I prefer melodic music, or music with lots of layers of sound and intricate rhythms. Like this gorgeous piece, holy ****... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXxZkNjKsic
    oh i love hard rock
    in that case do you like apocalyptica?

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    Never heard anything by them... I'll check them out tomorrow, I have to go to bed soon.

    Besides rock, I really like a little of everything. Indie Folk, alternative, dubstep, pop, pop-punk, ska, some rap, and Taylor Swift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler 99 View Post
    Never heard anything by them... I'll check them out tomorrow, I have to go to bed soon.

    Besides rock, I really like a little of everything. Indie Folk, alternative, dubstep, pop, pop-punk, ska, some rap, and Taylor Swift.
    yeah same
    it's almost 10:30 here
    and i listen to alternative other than that nothing else on that list lol
    so peace out

    EDIT: oh and i know you don't like korn but you seem to like instrumentals
    try this one---->intro
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