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#150382 - 04/11/07 07:04 PM Hauser's childhood book selection
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I hated traditional novels when I was growing up, I needed pictures and this is a lot of the stuff I would spend HOURS and HOURS reading by myself.














Any of you guys read these?






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#150395 - 04/11/07 07:54 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: Hauser]
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yea....


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#150396 - 04/11/07 07:55 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: sabata]
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i didnt read a lot of books


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#150852 - 04/14/07 11:14 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: sabata]
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I remember comics being good readin'. Always wanted picures.

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#150856 - 04/14/07 11:49 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: FormerTexan]
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Alan,

Comics introduced me to serious reading I think. I was into comics bigtime, and apart from cartoon characters I loved this series called "Classics Illustrated". Then my parents told me these were condensed from real books. When I saw the real thing I was blown away, but at first disappointed: few or no pictures!

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#150868 - 04/15/07 01:16 AM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: roadrunner]
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Great memories....except I read The Archies. Reggie, Veronica, Betty, Jughead....

O.k., guys - so who was hotter? Betty or Veronica?

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#150957 - 04/15/07 12:53 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: EGL]
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Whichever was the blonde.

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#150969 - 04/15/07 02:10 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: FormerTexan]
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i couldnt recal which one was the blonde....so i didnt post earlier


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#150970 - 04/15/07 02:21 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: Hauser]
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Ive got the full set on dvd.

Batman used to be on TV, I could not fathom
out why he wore his underpants on the outside?

I loved reading comics tho,

ste


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#150971 - 04/15/07 02:23 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: reality2k4]
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Blonde = Betty. Veronica was the brunette.

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#151002 - 04/15/07 06:33 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: EGL]
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Eddie,

Originally Posted By: EGL
O.k., guys - so who was hotter? Betty or Veronica?


Your question reminds me: I don't think I ever thought of that! I just thought Archie was so cool. I was so naive; even way into the abuse I was really naive.

Much love,
Larry

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As I go walking my freedom highway.
Nobody living can make me turn back:
This land was made for you and me.
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#151014 - 04/15/07 07:31 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: roadrunner]
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That's funny in a way, Larry, because when I was a kid I wasn't really looking at them that way either. I was looking at them in a dopey, puppy-love kind of way, wondering what it would be like to have a girlfriend like that. It reminds me of the kind of double-life I was living, being f*cked by my brother, yet trying to have a normal boyfriend-girlfriend relationship with Janet by looking forward to going to the school dance with her, writing each other silly love notes, etc. Even then, I felt like a fraud though.

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#151041 - 04/15/07 10:00 PM Re: Hauser's childhood book selection [Re: EGL]
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Eddie,

Originally Posted By: EGL
It reminds me of the kind of double-life I was living, being f*cked by my brother, yet trying to have a normal boyfriend-girlfriend relationship with Janet by looking forward to going to the school dance with her, writing each other silly love notes, etc. Even then, I felt like a fraud though.


Man, do I ever hear that one loud and clear. In 8th grade there were two girls who were great friends of mine: Barbara and Becky. They taught me how to dance (well, they tried!) and we would sit around listening to a certain new artist by the name of Bob Dylan. I really liked Becky and asked her to a school dance, but not because I wanted anything from her; I just wanted her to feel special, because she WAS special. At the dance, however, I had a rough time. I wanted to hold her close during the slow songs, but that wasn't allowed and anyway, if you did that back then all your friends would laugh! The real reason I was uncomfortable, however, was that I felt so gross and unworthy when I was close to her. I wondered if she could smell anything on me or figure me out, and I didn't want anything or anyone to touch me. I was sooooooooo confused & scared.

But you with Janet and me with Becky, those were the real us still struggling and fighting back and trying to survive, Eddie. Not frauds at all, although yeah, absolutely, that's how I felt too.

Much love,
Larry

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As I go walking my freedom highway.
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