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  1. I'm glad you mentioned that it's okay to list non-Christian book, Geoffrey. *wags* Last night I finished reading Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton which was really good. The movie, as I'm sure you all know, was great, but the book was even better which I found amazing! Red-Tails in Love by Marie Winn is a great book. It's about people who love birding and the tale of how they watch the life cycle of hawks nesting in the Central Park in New York. It's pretty fascinating that hawks can do that amongst humans so efficiently. As furries, I think that it's especially interesting, but that might just be my opinion. The Geography of Bliss by Eric Weiner is another good one. It's about happiness around the world. It's pretty interesting to see how it's measured and what makes a person happy culturally in the east and in the west. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs is a mysterious story that I want to be a series. The author has taken old photos that he's found and built a story around them. It's creepy and poignant and almost the kind of thing you don't want to read with the lights off. Dog on It by Spencer Quinn - mysteries being solved by a dog! I suppose that'll do for now. Like I said, love to read.
  2. I currently read for a living, so a lot of the books I am required to read (or read otherwise) wouldn't be good for the list, but: Mere Christianity by CS Lewis How to Pray When You're Pissed at God by Ian Punnett (I haven't read it yet, but it's coming up soon) Islam by Karen Armstrong (I recommend this as a good learning tool) Abraham by Bruce Feiler Those are just a few...
  3. *stretches and wags* Good morning! Welcome!
  4. Because I have an ancient computer that barely functions.
  5. Yes, that's how it looks on Chrome. The problem is Safari.
  6. I see it on the mobile device (which runs Chrome) but not on my main computer (which runs Safari).
  7. For example, on my mobile device, I can see details about all the topics listed, the last person who has posted where as on my computer I have to separately click into everything to get further detail and then back out to the main page. It's not a problem on either device. It just looks nicer and there's a lot more information readily available on the mobile device. And actually, I don't see the grey bars on the mobile device. I went and checked.
  8. When I look at this site on a mobile device it shows a lot more detail and is actually much more easily navigable than if I look at this website on my desktop computer. It's almost the opposite of what I'd expect. The site is very, very bare bones on the computer but wonderfully easy to use and view on the mobile device - just teeny tiny.
  9. I've never played Second Life, but from my understanding it's very adult-oriented. I saw a TV show once about a man who became a millionaire based off the idea of creating Second Life wives and husbands for people. It has the potential to become all-consuming which to me, is very scary.
  10. On my knees, eyes skyward

  11. Thank you, Bogro. It is a pleasure to make yours.
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