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Old 07-24-09, 08:36 PM   #21
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This will make a much more interesting read!

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That book pisses me off, because anyone can edit a classic and put in shit like that, doesn't take much skill. I had the same kind of idea, not with monsters though.
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now now Juno, you're just jealous because you weren't quick enough to publish your idea and make a gazillion bucks!!!!
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now now Juno, you're just jealous because you weren't quick enough to publish your idea and make a gazillion bucks!!!!
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I do not like, too boring.
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I had to read Sense and Sensibility a few years ago for one of my classes and it really stunk. Everyone in my class who had to read it agreed and our teacher promised to never ever teach the book again. Earlier this year, I had to read Mansfield Park and that was much worse! Her books are all about two people on a couch fluttering their eyelids at one another. If you're lucky, you might hear a sigh out of one of them. I think Jane Austen is the inventor of the trashy romance novels you can get for 95 cents a pop at Wal Mart.

If there are any people out there who like Jane Austen, I'm sorry if I offended you.
Never read her. Jane Eyre (by Charlotte Bronte) on the other hand is hot trash in woeful need of a strict editor.
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