I've tried to read A Prayer For Own Meaney three times now and can't get past the first few chapters. It's good, but I just can't seem to stick with it. It's like I know how tragic it's gonna be, and I just bail before it hits.
Someone got me the "Slash" autobiography. I'm not a huge fan but I can't put it down. We traveled similar Southern California "scenes" so I'm halfway expecting to read, "When I hung out with jxbx..." ...hehe...right!!
This year, I began to read All of Haruki Murakami's work. Fantastic Writer!
I starting with 1Q84 In January of this year. I so far I finished Dance Dance Dance, Norwegian Wood, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Kafka on the Shore and A Wild Sheep chase.
I just started his latest book (2013) Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki.
But im also reading Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace and A Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy.
both of which i find myself going to more than CTT.
I read "Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World" and it was outstanding. Thanks for reminding me again of his work.
After reading this exchange, I decided to check 1Q84, I finished the first of the three books..I am definitely enjoying the writing. Thanks for sharing! I passed by a used bookstore yesterday and found a few jems: Zen Master Dogen by Yokoi Imperial Japan: The Art of the Meiji Era Talk to a Stone by Shinagawa Enso: Zen Circles of Enlightenment
This month I re-read 'VALIS' (a favourite Philip K Dick book of mine, though it was a little more difficult than I remembered) and a short book about a guy who buys his own future grave and retires into an old people's home at 30-something, called 'Happy Days'.
Right now I'm reading 'The Green Mile'. Obviously I know the story from the movie, but I enjoy 'Misery' so much, last month, that I wanted to pick up another Stephen King book. Racing through it so far.
I've also bought a first-edition copy of 'Cujo' (meaning it was published before I was born!) which I'm waiting to read..
FriendlyGoblin: Hey guys, I'm thinking of getting dreadlocks and I was wondering how much they'd shrink. I have medium-thick hair that is decently damaged and is 20" thick from scalp to tip. I'm also white. I'm thinking of getting them so they're life sized ruler
Apr 22, 2017 9:46:43 GMT
chesh: I started my dreads February 28th and have been checking out this cite for the past month for advice and I'm grateful for all the help I have gotten from reading peoples' threads and seeing other timelines. Much love to all
Apr 16, 2017 14:53:30 GMT
mysticalabby: Hey all im new here [:
Mar 14, 2017 15:20:54 GMT
Dreadlocks Co.: Anyone thought of becoming a dreadloctician fulltime? I found some awesome courses on getting certified at http://divinedreadlocks.com/
Mar 13, 2017 2:48:35 GMT
littl3birdy: Hey nessdeyali , bumps and loops are part of the process. Combing out the dreads and restarting will just lead to the same result. Check out some of the timelines here and you will see lots of bumps.
Feb 23, 2017 21:07:21 GMT
luv13ug: Hey all!
Feb 21, 2017 17:41:15 GMT
nessdeyali: what are tension bump causes ? would i have to comb out dreads resection and restart professionally w a loctitian since i did the sections and started myself ?
Feb 21, 2017 3:55:31 GMT
dltomahawk: Anyone around to help me out got a few questions
Feb 13, 2017 6:03:08 GMT
sketchymagpie: You can access us using the Tapatalk app. You'll just have to search for 'DreadlockTruth' on there
Feb 10, 2017 10:57:34 GMT
50locks: Is there an app for this? Its really hard to use on my phone lol
Feb 9, 2017 8:29:13 GMT
sketchymagpie: Hey V. It does occasionally, but the problem is that a lot of people use Tapatalk to access the site on their phones and you can't see this chat box on that, so of the small number of active users here currently, even less of them know this exists ha.
Feb 9, 2017 8:24:57 GMT
V: Scrolling back I see it isn't used that much.. :p
Feb 8, 2017 19:15:38 GMT
V: Hey all, does this chat gets like, you know, used?
Feb 8, 2017 19:12:11 GMT