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Thursday, December 16, 2004

Pamela Anderson's library

Here's a little somethign to satisfy the unofficial CanCon rule/expectation for The Shotgun: what Pamela Anderson is reading.

Star - by Pamela Anderson

Power of a Praying Woman - by Stormie Omartian

Siddhartha - by Herman Hesse

The Sermon on the Mount - by Emmet Fox

The One Year Bible...The entire Living Translation arranged in 365 daily readings - by TYNDALE

The Canadian-born star of VIP also provides a list of the books from her library, which is more like a single shelf of literary, spiritual, psychology and self-help books.

Posted by Paul Tuns on December 16, 2004 in Books | Permalink


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What CanCon? None of those books were either published in Canada, written by a Canadian author, or purchased from a Canadian bookseller.

How dare a good Canadian read the Bible!

This just proves to me that Canadian culture does not exist, never has existed, nor will it ever exist. It's a corporate lie designed to make money for the rich, protect the weak cultural industry (70% of which depends on US productions), and talentless hacks who can't make it in Hollywood.

Posted by: Scott | 2004-12-17 3:40:26 AM

WHAT?!? She doesn't read The Meatriarchy? That's the last time I let her crash at my place when she comes to Toronto.

Posted by: The Meatriarchy | 2004-12-17 5:51:00 AM

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