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“Every Whore in that show was a fascintating and realistic character in their own right, and I hope Miss Fox is afforded the same acting opportunity here, rather than sexy window dressing.”
“As someone who is new to the whole fiction writing process, I found King's book fascintating, informative, entertaining, and did I mention fascinating?”
“One fascintating contrast Baltzell draws: The Quakers were optimistic about man, pessimistic about institutions; the Puritans were optimistic about institutions and pessimistic about man.”
“One of the things I find fascintating about the debate over the stimulus bill is that proponets claim that they have learned the lessons of history both from”
“I find it fascintating that vitamins, minerals, oligonutrients, and most importantly, homeopathic micro doses of Krebs Cycle salts and quinones, activate the mitochondria as energy reservoirs to restore the highest ATP synthesis capacity.”
“A fascintating showbiz tale from the past: Mark Evanier’s recollections of writing a cheesy Gold Key Comics adaptation of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan.”
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