Glad you're interested in the books. Since that post was made way back in 2009 I would definitely add in the Dresden Files by Jim Butcher, the Conan books re-released in their original format by Del Rey. And lastly, The Later Roman Empire Vols. I & II by A.H.M. Jones if you can find them (I got lucky at a used bookstore). I used it as a source for a paper around that time and it heavily influenced my interests in the later Roman Empire in western Europe, specifically Gual and the early Middle Ages. Another one would be The Inheritance of Rome by Chris Wickham which delves into the early Middle Ages. I'll stop there as I've read sooo many books in the past..what is it... 4 years or so since that post that I could go on and on about each and everyone of them lol :laugh:
Time is a wasting Dutch Boy. You opened your big mouth without thinking and threw it down. Funny thing is I picked it up and kicked your ass once again. If you got the proof of my hypocrisy, serve it up! Always figured you had some crazy thoughts, but lack of integrity was a new twist I hadn't seen before. Time to put up or shut up. Based on your silence, I got what I expected from you. Not much.
Hey, you alive?
Taint seen hide nor hair of you in...well, a while.
Hope you're well, you dirty dog democrat... which is funny ironic b/c I give it as an insult, you take it as a compliment, and we're both happy.
Seriously, hope you're ok...