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    Chuck Norris - The Secret Power Within

    probably the best book i've read

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    The best i've read is 'Priceless' by Rodney Marsh
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    Doesn't need me to tell you the human involved..
    If the book was English it would be about a charver down the park with a bottle of cider getting some teen pregnant.. Thankfully it isnt...
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    Jurassic Park, what a book !


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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger
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    i'm going to have to dispute that

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger
    Jurassic Park, what a book !


    Absolutely agree. I had to read To Kill A Mockingbird for school - I still love it, and the movie was class too.

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    Kyle, have you read Alive? Cause that was a really good book to...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nibbs
    Kyle, have you read Alive? Cause that was a really good book to...
    Nah, who wrote that? What year was it published?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright
    Nah, who wrote that? What year was it published?
    it's about the crash in the andes, involving that uruguayan rugby team, who ate the flesh of their dead companions to survive...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nibbs
    it's about the crash in the andes, involving that uruguayan rugby team, who ate the flesh of their dead companions to survive...
    Ok, I'll have to check it out. Was it written by one of the survivors, or somebody else?

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    it's about the crash in the andes, involving that uruguayan rugby team, who ate the flesh of their dead companions to survive...
    Ive seen that movie !! .. i cant remember much at all.. but i know ive seen it !
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    Chuck Norris, martial-arts movie hero and the star of television's Walker, Texas Ranger, offers his thoughts on martial-arts training and the Zen philosophy behind the kicks and punches. In his own life, Norris has found that applying Zen helped him succeed in both business and acting. The discipline and structure of martial-arts training, he argues, can provide one with focus, self-confidence, and determination. Norris peppers his discourse with illustrative anecdotes, such as the story of the wounded marine who--despite the loss of both legs--studied martial arts under a visionary master and learned to use his wheelchair as a weapon. Norris also champions Zen as a path to self-awareness whereby followers learn how to reward, motivate, and respect themselves. One could easily dismiss this book as a superficial presentation of a complex philosophy by a pretentious showbiz dilettante, but that would be an error. View it rather as a primer presented sincerely by a famous practitioner. Norris' fame may help him connect with younger readers, who are often most in need of his message. Wes Lukowsky--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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