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I just finished reading Kurt Schlichter's People's Republic and Indian Country, back to back. I'd like to find more like them.


I just finished Kurt Schlichter's People's Republic and now plan to read Indian Country next week.


His next one, "The Split" is coming in June.


The Split is out today.



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Finished Joe Bonanno’s autobiography. Those tough guys sure acted like a bunch of middle school girls with all the this guy said this about me nonsense leading to murders.

Now reading Graham Nash’s. Cocaine. So much cocaine. The Crosby stories are bonkers.



I may have to pic up Nash's book

once I finish Nevilles, I have Costellos' book to read, and Lydon put out another IIRC that I'll pick up



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Currently working on "Medic! How I Fought WW2 with Morphine, Sulfa, and Iodine Swabs" by Robert Franklin.

It's the memoirs of "Doc Joe", a combat medic with the 45th Infantry Division fighting in Italy and Southern France during WW2.

Interestingly, he was trained to be a clerk for a medical unit, but then just before shipping out was reassigned as a combat medic to an infantry unit, without any specific medical training. He freely admits that he made a number of mistakes due to his lack of training, but also shows great courage and ingenuity in doing the best he can with the minimal skills and equipment he had.
 
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A week or so ago I read Admiral McRaven's Make Your Bed. It's a 90-minute read, and I highly recommend it. I've lent it to two of my work friends already.




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