View Full Version : Question for those at apolyton

26-08-2004, 03:46:29
What would be some good, american, books for a freind of mine who is here is the US and would like to pick up some culture

I mean, a lot of my favorites are late 19th, early 20th

what wouild be a good late 20th century book

Jon Miller

26-08-2004, 11:46:36
You're more likely to get answers FROM Apolyton if you ask the question AT Apolyton, aren't you?

26-08-2004, 11:58:35
even by jm's standards this a fucked-up thread

does that mean i shouldn't post any recommendations here because i don't post at poly?

way to make friends and influence people

26-08-2004, 12:12:20
this thread should be 'moved to Apolyton'.

26-08-2004, 12:25:55
Perhaps he is banned there and wants somebody else to post this thread so he can view the responses without having to log-in?


26-08-2004, 12:27:37
fuck you all

I was tired

Jonm iller

26-08-2004, 13:29:16
So being tired makes you really, really stupid? (and grouchy)

26-08-2004, 17:47:22
being alive

26-08-2004, 18:09:50
I suppose I should be more understanding. I went to grad school, too.

But what fun would that be?

26-08-2004, 22:35:41
But he says "at apolyton". So he knew that he was at CG when he posted it.

He's just trying to troll!

Lazarus and the Gimp
29-08-2004, 07:34:02
Do you want fiction or non-fiction books?

For fiction, you need some Mailer, Updike, Elmore Leonard and a few others whose names are escaping me (it's Sunday morning.....)

29-08-2004, 09:05:13
Catch 22 by Joseph Heller

29-08-2004, 14:49:43
No, no you can only answer that question while AT poly not AT cg.. :rolleyes:

29-08-2004, 15:12:52
He'll just have to pretend.

I won't post at poly. I have to have ~some~ standards. :D