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"Hey! I'd love to be part of this! I'm a high school senior in Michigan, USA this year, but next year I'll be beginning a full-time degree in Edinburgh, Scotland.
I was part of a collab last year which sadly fell apart, and I'd…"
"I'll try (and probably fail) this year, too! So far:
1. Coming Through Slaughter - Michael Ondaatje
2. Play It As It Lays - Joan Didion
3. Where Angels Fear to Tread - E.M. Forster
4. Warm Bodies - Isaac Marion
5. The Reluctant Fundamentalist -…"
"Despite my automatic evil-socialist-liberal instincts, I'm going to go with Option 2. In this case, the "slippery slope" seems like a legitimate argument. I could see the result of this action going either way. On the one hand, it…"
"25. "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac (Really excellent. Probably I'll try to read it again years from now, and I'll hate it, but for now, as a teenager wanted to get 'on the road' myself, I love it.)
"24. "The Hero with a Thousand Faces" - Joseph Campbell
Apparently, this is a really famous book and presents some really interesting ideas about the interconnectedness of world mythology and how that relates to our society. I really…"
"Coming in a bit late, so here comes a large post:
1. "An Abundance of Katherines" - John Green (Despite being a Nerdfighter for a while now, I had never read one of John Green's books before. So I read a lot at the beginning of this…"
You don't know me, but I read on the Nerdfighters Who Love Discussing Books part of the website that you were reading ''Dr. Who and philosophy - bigger on the inside''. I was happy when I saw that title…"
As a fellow language geek, French-speaker (sort of), Harry Potter lover, book-a-holic, and maths and physics nerd, I humbly offer myself up as your penpal. I need to even out the real mail : college mail ratio, I'm afraid. Oh, yes!…"
"I have to disagree with your second point (about owing absolutely nothing to the dead). A society that does not recognize the respect they owe to the dead (in terms of knowledge gained, financial resources acquired) is a society that does not move…"
The kind that dislikes putting people into little boxes!
I'm a 16 year old girl currently attending college despite her official status as a high school junior. I love classic books, old films, all types of music, vintage postcards, and nerding out around friends. I'm also a huge Harry Potter and Doctor Who nerd, and it pleases me greatly whenever I can find someone with a similar love for those two things, especially. I love to travel (so far I've been to six countries on three continents), and languages are my passion. Someday, I'll take a trip around the world, or so I like to think.
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
Books: HARRY POTTER, "The Catcher in the Rye," "A Clockwork Orange," F. Scott Fitzgerald, Hemingway...
Movies: War films, foreign films, old films, quirky films...
Music: Rock of all kinds, Irish folksingers, singer-songwriter types...
TV Show: Doctor Who.
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
Lampshades. With paint splatters.
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
When did you start watching the Vlogbrothers?
Make up your own DFTBA initialism!
...Let me get back to you...
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You don't know me, but I read on the Nerdfighters Who Love Discussing Books part of the website that you were reading ''Dr. Who and philosophy - bigger on the inside''. I was happy when I saw that title because I didn't know a book like that existed! I asked you what you thought of the book but unfortuantly you didn't see/reacted to my comment, so I try it again. Was the book worth your time/effort/money? (no spoilers please). Was it any good, better or worse than you expected? I'm really curious because I want to purchase it but it's not cheap and I'm a poor student.