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I bet some of you definitely do. I know a few actually *have*.
What would you write, then?
question is: would it be a remotely interesting book to anyone?
the stress of car-stare-man has gotten too much taken the week off to go on a tour of Asdas and lakes around the east of England
I've written two books about masonry and an erotic novel about masonry
from the erotic novel about masonry.
Don't worry about the other two, I really don't care about them at all in any way whatsoever.
i don't know what happened here
i am frightened and alone
until I frothed up her gash and fucked her on a rockery
Late roman history is one, but im dead rusty on it atm.
Possibly British politics 2010-now.
maybe a pamphlet
pro wrestling, guitar effect pedals, music
All these books would be boring
Still, I'd have do research to make a useful book.
Films of the Coen Brothers, the Marvin Lewis era of the Cincinnati Bengals, some tedious rubbish about auditing, the Sopranos, Marriott Hotels of England and Wales.
Does this differ from Mastermind specialist subjects? It doesn't really, does it...
Whether or not I could turn that into a book is up for debate.
shut this down mods
Not even Pete.
with a poor drummer (Ringo Starr)?
B: Have you ever heard Pete Best Drumming?
Tricked you - there *is* no album of Pete Best's drumming!
You know nothing of The Beatles.
(Yoko knocked the board over. Whether on purpose or not is unknown.)
the answer is Neil Aspinall, the "fifth Beatle". You won't have heard of him.
Neil and I are going for a pint tonight.
too embarrassed for you at this point to raise an important issue regarding the late Neil Aspinall...
you won't have heard of it/heard it.
Though I did have the idea the other day to start producing loads of erotica e-books and see if it made money. The idea was novellas, each one just named for the central female character, classy uniform just text covers, cheaply priced.
Lost in West Omaha: A Critical Appraisal of the Poetry of Conor Oberst.
(harriet and Octavia are my faves)
could probably manage a book on catch wrestling
on Enterprise level Software Architecture, Software Process or Legacy System evolution. I actually think I could do it well enough to be pretty successful.
I also would rather spend the time poking myself with pins instead.
loads of stuff i've already wrote papers on, basically
also maybe some of the sort of stuff i've researched professionally although thats only for people who are into older history of working/underclasses, child labour, industrial disasters etc. and then going back to it and putting it into a book. wouldn't do that though. too many other people doing it.
you're all ableist bastards
probably needs to be in there somewhere too
"then going back and putting it into whom book"
Welcome To Sky Valley: Stoner Rock and the Death Valley Scene from the 90s to the Present Day
on the need to evolve Transmission Networks before developing renewable generation
or even my undergrad one on the History of Green Thought and the UK Conservative Party
I wonder if they're the same two?
I spend 50 pages explaining why 3-4 and 4-3 fronts are not mutually exclusive, with a lot of talk about the 4-3 under and Buddy Ryan's 46 defense for the 84 Bears
will basically be me spaffing over Aaron Donald
*Vic Reeves thigh rub*
History of the British Printing Industry
but a book about Melinda Messenger forging a career as an unlicensed boxer in a post-nuclear dystopian Viet-Cong could be a winner.
oozed slowly over the gabions supporting the erosion control wall.
"Wettie wettie time" mumbled D'arcy, erotically.
and her wide-on gaped as she was rocked by a pulsing clit throb.
"ohhhhh" she gasped
And had it published (academic publisher, but still). So there.
Very good indeed.
and has published several books on the subject. I just kind of feel if you're going to go that niche, you're probably missing out on loads of awesome normal stuff