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#19: Apr. - June 2005 (Non-Fiction)
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I just wanted to take this time and thank everyone who participated in the discussion of "Collapse". This has been by far the most intensive discussion we have had to date, IMO. Not only was the post count high, but the quality of the contributions were very high quality.I hope to see the same contributors and more show up for the next book, "Freethinkers", for which the forum will be created soon by Chris. Let's continue this trend of intensive and quality discussion that makes Booktalk the best non-fiction book discussion community around.Please take some time to vote in the poll that I have created to gather feedback from all booktalk members on how YOU thought this discussion progressed. Please feel free to post comments in the poll regarding what you felt was good and what you think would have made the discussion even better than it was.Thanks again,Mr. P. The one thing of which I am positive is that there is much of which to be negative - Mr. P.The pain in hell has two sides. The kind you can touch with your hand; the kind you can feel in your heart...Scorsese's "Mean Streets"I came to kick ass and chew Bubble Gum...and I am all out of Bubble Gum - They Live, Roddy PiperEdited by: misterpessimistic  at: 6/27/05 1:59 pm
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Yes, thank you all for participating in a quality discussion! This forum will remain open for the life of BookTalk, so please continue to add your thoughts whenever you like.Chris
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