I just finished reading the book “The Big Bang Theory” and I was just thinking to myself, “This is going to be my new favorite book.
I’ve been thinking about it for a while now, and it is awesome.
But I have to confess that I haven’t really read it yet.
This is a good place to start.”
The Big Bang theory is an interesting take on the idea that the universe is a big, interconnected system, but I am still not a huge fan of it.
It is the sort of story where there is a whole universe to explore, but no end to the mysteries of life.
If the universe were infinite, I would still be wondering about all the things that happen to each other, the causes and effects of everything, and so on.
I’m a big fan of a lot of sci-fi stories, but it doesn’t feel right to me that the entire universe is connected to us in some way, that we’re part of something greater than ourselves.
I am also not a fan of science fiction and the like that involves some kind of supernatural force or mysterious force.
So, when I read the book I felt like I was watching a movie, rather than a movie.
It made me think of what it would be like to be in a movie in the same way, say, seeing a movie that has no plot.
If you watch a movie and are fascinated by the movie and the story, and you watch the story again and again, it becomes a kind of story, even though the movie isn’t really telling a story.
I can’t say I am a fan, but this book made me feel that way.
I felt I was going to watch a story again for years to come, but with more time, and I ended up watching more movies, more TV shows, and more movies in general.
The story itself was good, but the main takeaway for me was the concept of health care.
The book opens with a section that talks about the concept and history of health insurance, and the idea of “health insurance.”
I was really surprised to find out that this is not just a concept that is popular among people who have high-deductible health insurance plans, but is actually the biggest contributor to our health care costs.
There are a lot more than just high-cost plans.
I guess you could say that people who are rich tend to have high deductibles, but if you live in a poor area, and that area is in need of an emergency room, you are going to need some kind