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  1. Silverity
    10-05-2015 03:15 AM
    Have you read Sanderson? You might find him more fast paced and to your liking.
  2. Silverity
    10-05-2015 01:08 AM
    Hm? They all build you know, the next trilogy is the Liveship Traders trilogy, and after that is the Tawny Man trilogy (my personal favourite), then there is the quartet of the Rain Wild Chronicles (I really enjoyed this quartet, it is different from the other books though in that half the characters are younger than normal). She is writing another trilogy, I've finished the first one which I did find slow, I think because I was expecting a certain thing to happen (can't tell you, it'd spoil it) and the thing I expected didn't happen until the last chapter =.= literally raced through hundreds of pages for it, haha.

    You might like the other trilogies more as they all feature entwining story lines instead of following one character exclusively.
  3. Silverity
    10-02-2015 02:49 PM
    Silverity commented on The Kingkiller Chronicles
    That trilogy did drag on a bit, I really like her other trilogies/quartets though. Fool
  4. Malkavia
    09-26-2015 01:55 PM
    Malkavia commented on The Kingkiller Chronicles
    Please let me know what you think of it.
  5. byhisello99
    Intermediate Nuclear Force (INF) inspections were announced at the border and the inspected country had nine hours to get the team to the site. That's the standard.
  6. byhisello99
    I so wish you were wrong.
  7. Bartender
    Why you gotta hate on .17 Hornet brah?
  8. Bluestreak
    05-03-2015 05:25 AM
    Bluestreak commented on Smartphones; Yours + Advice
    That's good to know. I'm going to kick tires on a new phone tomorrow.
  9. LexRex
    04-30-2015 06:56 PM
    LexRex commented on Texas demands to see my papers
    I laughed
  10. Ghostwheel
    04-29-2015 07:17 PM
    Ghostwheel commented on Vietnam War
    One of the best INTJf posts ever. Thanks for taking the time. I hope the non-posting "silent majority" who surf our site manage to learn from it, and that this knowledge is thereby transmitted to some good effect.
  11. Malkavia
    04-21-2015 05:58 AM
    Easily top 3 oddest places I've ever been. My roommates in A&M were exxon exec babies from the Woodlands... weird place.
  12. Malkavia
    Were you in the Woodlands?
  13. Desertstorm
  14. wolkenkraetzer
    Not only will I give you an "Amen!", but I'll toss in an "Alleluia!" as well. I don't cheer the Dems on, because they can be just as short-sighted and pig-headed.
  15. Ghostwheel
    You've said a lot of stuff in this thread that I was thinking myself but was just too lazy to put down.
  16. TzarAlexander
    "Highly developed", I have seen dash cam videos. What has been seen cannot be unseen.
  17. byhisello99
    03-25-2015 05:34 AM
    Agree. Vote buying has been going on forever by both parties. The only major break in the action was Reagan.
  18. byhisello99
    Re safe democrat neighborhoods: The INTJf orthodoxy parrots the words of the DNC without considering that poor people have been ravaged by their "champions," the statist democrats.
  19. Sammed
    03-11-2015 07:00 AM
    Oh I see that in the Boston area too. The worst is when they tear down a well-built victorian house and the aged trees around it and put up an ungodly 5k sqft home on a quarter acre lot. Just shows money can't buy class.
  20. Sammed
    03-10-2015 02:52 PM
    Sammed commented on The Vanishing Property Ladder
    I noticed that in a lot of the South, specifically Georgia, right outside Atlanta.

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