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Kaitlyn Haddlesey Haddlesey từ Kesinenipalle, Andhra Pradesh 523330, Ấn Độ từ Kesinenipalle, Andhra Pradesh 523330, Ấn Độ

Người đọc Kaitlyn Haddlesey Haddlesey từ Kesinenipalle, Andhra Pradesh 523330, Ấn Độ

Kaitlyn Haddlesey Haddlesey từ Kesinenipalle, Andhra Pradesh 523330, Ấn Độ

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Ồ Cuốn sách này rất xúc động và cảm động, thật khó để đưa ra một từ khác. Tất cả các bà mẹ, con gái, chị gái và bạn bè có thể liên quan đến câu chuyện kinh hoàng này. Sharon Rocha mở ra và cho phép bạn thấy cảm xúc thô thiển về trải nghiệm của cô ấy và sự tàn phá tuyệt đối của tất cả. Câu chuyện Laci Peterson là một câu chuyện mà tôi sẽ không bao giờ quên.

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As someone currently addicted to Second Life (a virtual world where you live represented by an avatar) I loved this book. “And even the word ‘library’ is getting hazy. It used to be a place full of books, mostly old ones. Then they began to include videotapes, records, and magazines. Then all the information got converted into machine-readable form, which is to say, ones and zeroes. And as the number of media grew, the material became more up to date, and the methods for searching the Library became more and more sophisticated, it approached the point where there was no substantive difference between the Library of Congress and the Central Intelligence Agency.” “The world is full of power and energy and a person can go far by just skimming off a tiny bit of it.” “…When you live in a shithole, there’s always the Metaverse, and in the Metaverse, Hiro Portagonist is a warrior prince.” “Ninety-nine percent of everything that goes on in most Christian churches has nothing whatsoever to do with the actual religion. Intelligent people all notice this sooner or later, and they conclude that the entire one hundred percent is bullshit, which is why atheism is connected with being intelligent in people’s minds.” “Sometimes it’s all right just to be a little bad. To know your limitations. Make do with what you’ve got.” ETA: Listened to the audio of this for no reason other than wanting to read it again, January 2012. Still as good as ever, and listening made me actually pay more attention to the librarian and Sumerian parts.