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Postby phantomguitarist » Thu Feb 07, 2008 11:52 am

mitch wrote:
phantomguitarist wrote:I think people will be reading/watching Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy long after Little Britain is forgotten.


Long after what's forgotten? :wink:

I loved all the Hitchhikers Guide books. I didn't feel it was the same joke used over and over again at all. Haven't re-read them for a while but I must have gone through all 5 a fair few times now!

If I read H2G2 (as it is known) I tend to have to keep going through the other 4. I like the Dirk Gently's as well.
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Postby phantomguitarist » Fri Feb 29, 2008 4:08 pm

Haven't read the Danny Wallace one, but liked the Dave Gorman stuff. If it is similar I will probably check it out. In fact, now the memory banks have rebooted I remember I have actually read it, a good book too. I'll leave all of this in to give a beautiful insight into how my mind works. Anyone scared yet????
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