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Heidi A Temple 20h
“‘We need not to be let alone. We need to be really bothered once in a while. How long is it since you were really bothered? About something important, about something real?'”
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AlexCuervo Sep 19
Clarisse McClellan was a match head. There, I said it.
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Kuro Sep 20
Replying to @NotGokaiRed
And so began the reality of .
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Anonymous Scandinavia🌐#SafePassage⏳#NoExtradition Sep 20
Replying to @Snowden
... We might buy an additional copy as a backup, in case the 'you-know-who' suddenly get 🌡 ideas.
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Blowhole Sep 19
Throwing books in the garbage, what the hell, they haven’t heard of Ebay? We’ll need to hope ’s Guy Montag is scoping this out for his literary preserving heroics.
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yams..... Sep 20
I FINALLY FINISHED THE POSTER HHHG
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BOOK CLUB On the Go! Sep 19
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Michelle Walker Sep 19
“Last night I thought about all the kerosene I've used in the past ten years. And I thought about books. And for the first time I realized that a man was behind each one of the books. ....
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Shane O'Connor Sep 18
Surely it would be easier and quicker to just burn the books?
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 π 6h
The Bulk of LiBTARDS want to burn all the books and rewrite history to reflect LiBTARDNess it's
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Ralph Brooker Sep 18
Replying to @BettinaSRoss1
With the chimney pot it might be a bit !!! Careful what you wish for ;-)
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RhiannonWilliams Sep 20
Replying to @RFHGina
I agree with your sentiment but not about book burning.
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Dave Pen Sep 18
Latest Fahrenheit 451 to the collection. picked me up this American version somewhere in Sweden. From a bit of research it looks like a very early edition, possibly the year of 1st publication of 1953. Its great!!
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Wishful Thinking Sep 15
“But remember that the Captain belongs to the most dangerous enemy to truth and freedom, the solid unmoving cattle of the majority. Oh, God, the terrible tyranny of the majority...And it’s up to you now to know with which ear you’ll listen.”
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NessBookFest Sep 20
Venue announcement! Thanks to for partnering with us for our exciting new film strand! Bookish films , , and on show absolutely FREE on 3-6th October, book through
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Patty Sep 16
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Charles F. French Sep 14
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Jonathan Slattery Sep 18
Replying to @thejournal_ie
They’ll have a field day if someone puts them onto the urban dictionary
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kübranazsezer 2h
En büyük aptallar biraz akıllı olanlardır.
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ArdvarkMaster 6h
Replying to @rcolvile
How long before they send the firemen round to burn your books? Then everyone will be equal.
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