Elvis_Bogart: I always Jenny Austen's Sense And Sentimentality.
Peaceboy: I think Stinebock's "The Wraiths of Graft" should be required reading.
MaudlinMutantMollusk: Peaceboy: I think Stinebock's "The Wraiths of Graft" should be required reading.Not to mention "Of Mizers And Men"
American Decency Association: Has someone been dictating with Siri again?
dahmers love zombie: Rarnaby Budge?Knickerless Knickerby?What will be claimed: The list was sent out "ironically", to see if the kids could even recognize the names/authors of great literature.What will be the truth: List was typed up by teacher's aide hired to fill protected status category rather than on basis of actual ability to do job.
Sinister Urge: Stickwick Stapers by Farles Wickens with four M's and a silent Q!
calbert: sounds like a bunch of Alfred Einstein's working at that school.
The All-Powerful Atheismo: How about a Sale of Two Titties?
Paris1127: What's a summer reading course without such literary classics James Fentiman Cowper's The Lost of the Mohawks,Carla Bonte's Jayne Air, or Marc Twane's F*ckleberry Hinn or A Taxachusetts Libtard in Jesus's Court?/that last one may actually be offered in certain school districts
HighOnCraic: I'm preoccupied with Ornell's "1985."
Gulper Eel: I want the one without the gannet.
ltr77: PaulRB:Really? Bringing politics into our fun fest. OK, I'll play. What if we find out that the person who came up with the list was a graduate of that fine educational school, Liberty University? Or some other conservative poor excuse for a college of higher learning?We know that can't be true, it's a list for reading books, not burning them.
ecmoRandomNumbers: "It's sad," one mother said. "I read 'The Great Gatsby,' that was in high school, and watched it on TV with Robert Redford, but this here, I didn't read 'The Great Gypsy,' I couldn't find that nowhere."*headdesk*
PaulRB: ltr77: PaulRB:Really? Bringing politics into our fun fest. OK, I'll play. What if we find out that the person who came up with the list was a graduate of that fine educational school, Liberty University? Or some other conservative poor excuse for a college of higher learning?We know that can't be true, it's a list for reading books, not burning them.Really, what was I thinking?Here is this year's Liberty University reading list:1. The Bible2. The Bible Part 2, Electric Boogaloo3. Still More Bible4. The Bible (now with pictures)5. The Bible (now with more Jesus)6. The Bible (with all that stuff about the poor removed - the Koch Brothers edition)7. How Come Everyone's not Reading the Bible8. Bible, Bible, Bible ... Sunday, Sunday, Sunday9. More Bible Than You Know What To Do With10. 50 Shades of Grey (what? how'd that get in there)
Abacus9: My favorite is Rod Breadberry's Furryheight 4fitty.
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