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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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Re: Anything in common by ~Anne~ on 1 November 2002 6:20pm
 
I love to read, and I LOVE MICHAEL PALIN"S BOOKS! They changed my life, lol. I also love drama, and other "artsy" things, I am totally a history person lol, I have been trying to figure out the mystery of stonehenge, and I think that my English teacher inspired me yesterday. I also love Monty Python, everything they did!!
I love languages, and travel, and I love michael palin! (of course I do, why would I be on this site?)
 
Re: Anything in common by Dianne on 4 November 2002 7:19am
 
Paloma,

I suggest going to a second-hand bookshop to find ‘Hemingway’s Chair’, it is where I found my copy and it was in good condition too. I enjoyed the book as well; a great read. If you are able, there are places online where you can buy the book.
 
Re: Anything in common by paloma on 4 November 2002 5:31pm
 
Thanks for the suggestion, Dianne...Here in Barcelona you can only find Michael's travel books. No shopkeeper seems to know that Palin wrote a novel a few years ago! It's a bit frustrating to live in a "palin-free" area ;-)
 
Re: Anything in common by Diamond on 3 March 2003 2:10am
 
well have we changed - hopefully Mp is not the only common link we have

I enjoy music concerts - guess whose!?
 
Re: Anything in common by Tracy on 3 March 2003 4:52am
 
I love biographies....i just finished A Beautiful Mind...i love to read!
 
Re: Anything in common by michellewinn on 3 March 2003 5:32am
 
I,m a bit of a history buff. Was my favorite subject at school, anything to do with English Monarchy,My childrens history goes back to 1066 and the batle of Hastings. Anything to do with Egyptian history. Even the bible , linking historical stuff to that at the moment, anything to do with people in general.

Follow the gourd !
MAC
 
Re: Anything in common by saz_blink on 3 March 2003 5:37am
 
I love history aswell. Especially the medieval type period.. unfortunately I didn't get to study this at school, but I have read up on it a bit myself. So, yeah, I love reading aswell!
Saz xxoo
 
Re: Anything in common by Dreamchild on 3 March 2003 7:32pm
 
I to loved Hemmingway's Chair.Have the book and the audio tapes of Michael reading it..I also love romace novels but not the tradional type more like The Scarlet Pimperneal,and I read alot of horror like Clive Barker,Anne Rice and Poppy Z. Bright..I enjoy all types of music form country to classical but have a speacil likeing for Pink Floyd, NIN,Tool and Jewel.Other than that I write poetry and like to draw, or use pastels & charcaols.
LOL,
Beth
 
Re: Anything in common by Tracy on 4 March 2003 8:14am
 
ah yes...history! ive always been fascinated with it! as well as psychology, im concentrating on those in school
 
Re: Anything in common by pandk2 on 5 March 2003 6:13am
 
Well I'm completely into QUEEN the band, in a massively HUGE way....And I'm a gym junkie..I go every day or I'm horrible to live with, apparently, if I miss my fix!
:) Karen
 
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