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"Lonesome Dove. It really spoke to me about struggles in life and friendships formed during your lifetime."
What book had a big influence on you? Why? 032614 SPEAKINGOUT 1 Capital City Weekly "Lonesome Dove. It really spoke to me about struggles in life and friendships formed during your lifetime."

"Lonesome Dove. It really spoke to me about struggles in life and friendships formed during your lifetime." - Randy Short, IT coordinator


"I just read 'Lone Survivor,' and I think it's my favorite book. It showed a really good example of what the U.S. military does for our country, and the sacrifices they make." - Alec Venechuk, mine engineer


"The book that's been the most eye-opening to me has been the Bible. It's interesting seeing the history of recorded dealings of God with humanity." - Nathan Smith, mechanic


"James and the Giant Peach. It's just interesting how a peach could be a home, food, and anything you'd ever need. Like the Earth." - Ari El, staff generalist

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Story last updated at 3/26/2014 - 1:36 pm

What book had a big influence on you? Why?

"Lonesome Dove. It really spoke to me about struggles in life and friendships formed during your lifetime."

- Randy Short, IT coordinator

"I just read 'Lone Survivor,' and I think it's my favorite book. It showed a really good example of what the U.S. military does for our country, and the sacrifices they make."

- Alec Venechuk, mine engineer

"The book that's been the most eye-opening to me has been the Bible. It's interesting seeing the history of recorded dealings of God with humanity."

- Nathan Smith, mechanic

"James and the Giant Peach. It's just interesting how a peach could be a home, food, and anything you'd ever need. Like the Earth."

- Ari El, staff generalist


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