[LMB] Re: King Arthur OT:

Azalais Aranxta tiamat at tsoft.com
Tue Jul 25 17:27:07 BST 2006

On Tue, 25 Jul 2006, Elizabeth Holden wrote:

> --- "Ian W. Riddell" <iwriddell at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Don't bother reading HB, HG. Just read "The DaVinci Code" -
> > it's basically "HB, HG for Dummies" - and it's just as badly
> > written, so you won't be missing out on that part. But,
> > mercifully, it's a whole lot shorter.
> And not as boring.

I preferred HB, HG, mostly because as it was not pretending to be
a novel, it did not require me to put up with an idiot plot and
Dan Brown's pathetic case of Ian Fleming envy.

Some people should not write s*x.


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sacred somewhere.  There's a deity out there who digs it.  You can respect
and love your darkest side, disposing only of what is obsolete or
impractical.  It's all about giving yourself permission." --Jack Darkhand

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