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Show us what books you have*pics*

  1. Aug 30, 2006 #1
    Show us,(or tell us) what books you have. Here are mine:


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  3. Aug 30, 2006 #2

    J77

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    The Da Vinci Code...

    <points and laughs>

    :biggrin: :tongue2: :wink:
     
  4. Aug 30, 2006 #3
    :rolleyes: Ya I know. But it was a good book.
     
  5. Aug 30, 2006 #4

    J77

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    Yeah - I thought so too

    :smile:
     
  6. Aug 30, 2006 #5

    Danger

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    You'll be sorry.

    And Greg will ban me for using up all of his bandwidth.
     
  7. Aug 30, 2006 #6

    mrjeffy321

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    I like how your books are grouped according to category...science books together, math books together, and history books together and in close proximity to the Da Vinci Code and the Bible.
     
  8. Aug 30, 2006 #7
    Ya I thought that was funny to.
     
  9. Aug 30, 2006 #8

    chroot

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    Gimmie a break. It would take me two hours to photograph all my books, and you guys would end up with ten pages of pictures. If you really want me to, though, I will... but you better ask nicely.

    - Warren
     
  10. Aug 30, 2006 #9

    Lisa!

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    At least let us know their names, please! I'm asking that very nicely, btw.o:)
     
  11. Aug 30, 2006 #10
    you all should use photoshop or mspaint and just concat the images to one photo =]
    what is everyones book count? i'm at about 50-60 science text/science novels.
     
  12. Aug 30, 2006 #11

    chroot

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    That would take even longer than just taking photographs. :uhh:

    I'll see if I have some time when I get home this evening.

    - Warren
     
  13. Aug 30, 2006 #12
    I think my count is gonna be 100+. And they're spread out across three counties in two states. Pictures ain't gonna happen. Not even a comprehensive list.
     
  14. Aug 30, 2006 #13

    Mk

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    Most of my books are in the garage now that I moved to this new house. I have my closet full up to the level at which my clothes with my favorite books/books I bought but haven't read.
     
  15. Aug 30, 2006 #14
    The only book I own is propping up the short leg of my computer desk.

    Sorry :frown:
    -GeoMike-
     
  16. Aug 30, 2006 #15

    JasonRox

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    I have a question...

    When it comes to a book sale at a second hand store or something, don't you find it hard not to buy "more" books, but those books never end up being read?

    I have a few books that haven't been read, but not many. They will be shortly though, but I always see people buying so many and reading so little if any at all.
     
  17. Aug 30, 2006 #16

    chroot

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    There are only a couple of books on my bookshelf which I honestly have never opened. There are many more which have been once "devoured," but really deserve a deeper re-reading. It's a shame I have so little time to read after work and school are out of the way. :frown:

    - Warren
     
  18. Aug 30, 2006 #17
    These are my books from my undergrad career+other random crap. My pchem (silbey and alberty) book is missing since i read it at work sometimes. I don't have a topology book since all we used was notes.

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  19. Aug 30, 2006 #18
    Whats the Cake Bible?
     
  20. Aug 30, 2006 #19

    chroot

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    Okay... don't say I didn't warn you. Sorry they're so mixed up. :rofl:

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  21. Aug 30, 2006 #20
    Nice collection. I was looking at Six Not So easy Pieces and Richard Feynman QED I was thinking about buying them. Are they good books?
     
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