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Is anybody reading "The Hunger Games" series?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created February 20, 2012 at 12:51 PM

Its so PALEO! Makes me want to take a run in the woods and shoot a squirrel!

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Actually, Iclosed it for being too generalized and open-ended.

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at 01:35 PM

Well aside from the fact that one of the main characters is a baker by trade... Not sure about the appropriateness of this discussion for paleohacks, but yes, the books are great.

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I found the part where the Capital people take something to throw up so that they can eat more decadent food particularly relevant. Like that part in Wall-E where everyone just scoots around on hoover chairs drinking giant slurpees or whatever. Part hilarious, part scary that neither seem all that far-fetched.

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at 01:59 PM

I'm re-reading the first book with one of my English 1 classes. I keep wondering if Katniss would be a candidate for rabbit starvation.

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