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- Sun, 15 Apr 2018 19:38:50 EST fb7Anl99 No.70019
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I'm making a redpill reading list, as a joke. It's basically laughably ridiculous pieces that would dupe the pseudo-intellectuals infesting the chans. A mix of fedora, right wing rants, totalitarianism, religious and new age charlatans, and so on. I'm asking for contributions and suggestions.

Here it is so far:
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, PhD - 12 Rules for Life
Stefan Molyneux, M.A. - Universally Preferable Behavior
Milo Yiannopoulos - Dangerous
Charles Murray - The Bell Curve
Mike Cernovich - Maga Mindset
Jonah Goldberg - Liberal Fascism
Ann Coulter - In Trump We Trust
Scott Lamb - The Faith of Donald Trump
President Donald J. Trump, B.S. - The Art of the Deal
Patrick J. Buchanan - The Death of the West
William Luther Pierce - The Turner Diaries
Jean Respail - The Camp of the Saints
Roosh V - Bang
Michelle Malkin - In Defense of Internment
Bill O'Reilly - Those Who Trespass
Ludwig von Mises - Socialism
Murray Rothbard - the Case Against the Fed
Aleister Crowley - The Book of Lies
Robert Greene - The 48 Laws of Power
Richard Dawkins - The God Delusion
David Icke - Children of the Matrix
Debi Pearl and Michael Pearl - To Train Up a Child
Ashida Kim - Ninja Death Touch
Rhonda Byrne - The Secret
Steven Seagal - The Way of the Shadow Wolves
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Phyllis Heckleman - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 11:58:23 EST I8/8yEUT No.71333 Reply
It's one of those both sides are wrong things iirc. Green pill is the mystical/woo cop-out, black pill is the nihilistic one, basically a way to win arguments by saying you're above it in the first place

There legitimately is cohesion between most of those works though and while a lot of them are mediocre at best, I would rather every single one of them be required reading by grade 12 than a single one of the garbage books in ops troll list
Jarvis Gonkinstone - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 19:13:05 EST njH6nPfX No.71334 Reply
yeah i didn't make the list and I don't get the pill shit either, I was just posting it because OP used the term "red pill"

They just all happen to be books I like, I thought it was weird how someone else made this list that makes no sense other than embodying my own personal taste in literature. I think it's more a loose impression of a certain type of person, rather than a reading list one should actually follow.
Cornelius Fuckingbury - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 19:08:05 EST njH6nPfX No.71338 Reply
holy shit i just realized me and half the people in this thread were too mad to get the joke or even read the first sentence lmao

Writers thread

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- Wed, 17 Feb 2016 20:22:13 EST 2cqnyO9u No.68150
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How is your writing going /lit/? Anyone here working on something or have any work they want to share? Not poetry, we have the OC Poems thread for that.

I am 2 acts done with a 3 act novel. I have written short stories before, and this is my first long endeavor. I had always lacked confidence, but one day, I suddenly stumbled upon the perfect horror novel just sitting in my mind. Like, it is literally the greatest horror story if this generation. It will go down as The Wire of horror stories for it's brutal look at reality at the bottom of the barrel. But it will also be like Trailer Park Boys and have a cast of lovable losers, who are down and out, living where every day feels like the end of the world, and having that corner of the ghetto become the backdrop for what will be the end of the world for real, with the local stoners and crackheads the last line of defense before an ancient evil reclaims the planet it once ruled a millennia ago. It is not a horror comedy like John Dies At The End, it is straight horror with some comedic moments the way an action movie can have good comedy. I know it will be an insta-classic and probably get a film adaption. As a long time 420channer, I will find some way to get it to you all for free after I find a publisher, since I know this site thrives on piracy, even if I have to pay them for digital downloads for all 3-5 regulars here. Drugs and the apocalypse, it should be right up most of /lit/s alley.
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Nell Bunman - Sun, 19 Jan 2020 18:39:26 EST fYpBvG6Q No.71282 Reply
I've written something down, not for any project or anything. Rate my prose, lads.

It's a catastrophe, a judgement day where god is in the molded figures, pulsating and unmoving, lying along the streets in lumps
of haze and dusty flesh. I have tried to talk to the ones that still walk, but while they
certainly are aware of what's happening in here, they seem to treat this as if it was an evolution of the planet, or
a revolution in nature itself, and they rejoice. They continue their routines as the air darkens and stiffens and eventually
lays it's weight of ash down on us, surely until we stop finding even grass and tree bark to sustain ourselves with.
Angus Moggleford - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 10:59:22 EST EPQSJmO2 No.71332 Reply
It flows nice!!!, but too many substantial words make it hard to keep up when there's nothing simple to back them up so it ends up reading like a dictionary. It ends up being scrunched together and can't breathe. If a story was added into the mix I could keep doing what ure doing just watch the word choice.
Shitting Grimhood - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 18:59:36 EST njH6nPfX No.71337 Reply
~~This is the day~~ ~~This is the day~~ ~~This is the day~~ ~~This is the day~~ This is the day.

Things will be different this time.
Things will be different this time.
Things will be different this time.
Things will be different this time.
Things will be different this time.
Things will be different this time.

In reviewing these letters to myself, the writing of which has been the only project thus far that I've stuck to in any meaningful sense, the thing I'm struck the most by, aside from how ridiculously self-aggrandizing an effort this is in the first place, is how repetitive they've become over time.

I was doing bad, but now I am doing good. I am doing bad. This will fix the bad. The bad has been fixed, I am doing good. I am doing bad. This will fix the bad. That really fixed the bad, I really am doing good now. I am doing bad. I am doing really bad. THIS will fix the bad. Whew that did it, I am doing better. I am doing good. I am doing less good. I am doing bad. THIS will fix the bad, once and for all. I am doing good. I am doing GREAT. So I just got out of the hospital... That did it though, I've learned, I've grown. So I just got out of the hospital...

And on, and on, and on.

I've always been unbearably fickle -- capricious and never truly satisfied. Always in search of something, and always in search of what that something was. Seneca said of me: "she follows no fixed aim, shifting and inconstant and dissatisfied, plunged by her fickleness into plans that are ever new, having no fixed principle by which to direct her course, but Fate takes her unawares while she lolls and yawns".

Aware of the painful irony and the probability this will just make me look very silly in the not too distant future, I contend that I've broken the cycle.

After a childhood alone but not lonely, completely ensconced in my imagination, I had a largely sad and bitter adolescence as my ability to function on my island of fantasy, accompanied only by myself and my increasingly deranged thoughts, dwindled.

Around the time I came of age, I had managed to at least develop a close circle of friends, with whom I was far closer to than they were to me. I got a job. I got money. And with that money, I discovered drugs. And in drugs, I finally found a home.

Altering my state of consciousness broke me out of my old patterns of thought. I became less bitter and more open. I became kinder, more compassionate; to myself and to others. As I was becoming a more likeable and well-adjusted person, I was also thrust into a subculture where I finally had a place. I had an excuse for being so weird and met countless people, most of them also weird, who not only didn't care about my eccentricities, they actually LIKED me for them. They thought I was kind, personable, interesting, creative, intelligent; all character traits which I would never have dreamed of using in reference to myself.

I finally felt like my life had started. I made more friends and did more drugs, and made even more friends. I met one guy in particular who I spent a lot of time wasting time with. Eventually, he became the first person I ever truly loved. Almost certainly unrequitedly. No matter what I try to tell myself.

I became a better person. I learned and I grew. Slowly the hatred that had built up from being trapped in a morass of self-loathing eroded away, setting the stage for my slow journey towards self-acceptance.

Over time, as I continued to learn and grow, what was originally motivated by idle curiosity and myopic pleasure-seeking became an integral part of a holistic approach to improving myself and developing my newfound spiritual life.
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- Tue, 20 Aug 2019 08:41:51 EST ylxQEmun No.70882
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1) one word per post, punctuation, whatever
2) no spunky meddlin'

>New paragraph

Orbital kinetic bombardment is contributing to the growth of cocks across North End. Starship surveys revealed that the radiation had exceeded the recommended oscillatory limits, just before the penile contraction occurred. Spunky, the local fella responsible for 9/11, furiously wanking off to midgets shitting dildos (these ejaculated millions of liters), stupidly decided to ban the consumption of deez-el fuel worldwide.

Meanwhile, back up in yo ass with the resurrection foretold by Gandalf O'Reilly, "Radiation quickens unto itself." Now... masturbating stealthily without remorse, our slaves built OSHA. Soon refugees stumbled upon a mystic tome that foretold the the VAGINA EMPIRE was doomed to failure.

Nevertheless, the starship Buttenterprise completed stalliones Protocol 13-0157, ensuring penile supremacy. Elsewhere, milkshakes brought rage to Kirtaner. Spardot sniffed dank for cannabis farms, attempting suicide. Fortunately, since buttholes excrete salamanders, their exhumation efforts bore fetid sashimi balls unto Martians. Finally, war was beginning to end the conflict between lemmings and sgnimmel; raged minutes of time-dilated chrono-units.

Incredibly, a fart erupted, causing hemorrhoids which combust flammable vapors to thousands of degrees. Meanwhile, behind the liquor, biscuits battled two underage mudkips.

420chan.org enabled backdoor protocols guaranteed anal. Wrestling gimps imbibe triple-distilled corn, creating extreme problems for nincompoops. Fortunately soldiers committed regicide. Unfortunately, regicide is gay. Surprisingly, everyone dances in Denmark if morticians prepare timpano.

Interestingly, masturbating will never cure loneliness unless Kanye learns hibachi and humility. Flash AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH this scary theme will haunt her forever.

"Bitch-destroyer" said Netjester.

Hark! Several seizures overtook him again! Finally away from officials, we strove to ascertain the Way. We fondle the testes through intensive sterilization, the Mormons found atheism by accepting the inherent magnitude of rectal bees. Not the bees! Yes! The bees! Beekeepers occasionally scoop Nips off unfortunate sight between the kerflap.

Karen, where the fuck did you hide my acid? I'm gonna explore the holy butthole. Termites are invading our glorious butthole remorselessly. Never have I witnessed such faggortry. "Not in my tenure..." the headmaster squirrel compiled the communist agenda.

The archaic dwarven enthusiasmos didn't realize the temporal sycophant principle. Nevertheless, the desire to restore Soviet practices doomed proletarians. No words withheld from the atmosphere, meanwhile the drip dropped big drizzles daily. To counteract drizzling, bored browsers breached into the monolith we created. The guilt from the orgasms shattered us. Calamities of conscience won't vet.

The look prevent the inevitable flurry of the Booty with the fucking juice. Regardless, the enormous Turd produced Enough waft so a bear ejaculated incredibly. "Sorry, For mess thinking About bears." the moment said. Hey who wants the BIG diapers? wait the Tenochtitlan kid is rebelling Cut-up Oreos. The grandiose one desires plentiful memes which will exonerate the millions of rutabagas abroad. Life for all became the honest answer that Consumed the corpse inhabitor's effervescent semen. Alright guys, the haters derp, BUT we finna burp. The chirp GAH slurp.

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On Tolkien

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- Tue, 07 Jan 2020 07:06:41 EST 7afg1Q3I No.71262
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>J. R. R. Tolkien was a fat and an enthusiastic pothead. His stories were created around the simple Freytag's pyramid (Tolkien barely knew the basics of exposition) and dialogue was composed of few clever jokes or songs that were thought up during his "blaze".

>LoTR would not enjoy any mainstream popularity had not there been a constant herd of competent writers around Tolkien, to repair the books into a publishable condition. J. R. R. was constantly shitfaced but his only way to deal with the matter was to twist the jokes about the addiction because he simply couldn't admit the problems with his lifestyle. After all, the only merit of this "greatest author on earth" is how many Elvish songs he could write about being high.
William Wepperlotch - Tue, 07 Jan 2020 07:14:36 EST mOFJcjms No.71263 Reply
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>Tolkien in his death still working asshurt fantasy writers into a seething shoot because they couldn't come up with their "original" ideas first
How can one man be this based
Basil Drapperlare - Tue, 07 Jan 2020 10:13:56 EST ylxQEmun No.71264 Reply
>a constant herd of competent writers around Tolkien
Without looking them up, name three. How many have you read?
C.S. Lewis doesn't count as he's a shitty writer.

I don't care for Tolkein's work I just don't think the other inklings were any better.
Charles Sambleworth - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 22:08:56 EST LlaeQnsq No.71326 Reply
who cares, if it's enjoyable to read.

sure, some of the fanbase put Tolkien on a pedestal, but frankly I couldn't care less about the authenticity of his stories. I don't care if the author I'm reading is a hack, as long as it's entertaining.

So I guess you have a point, and there are some people out there who need to hear it, but I don't think it's as important as you think it is. Tolkien is best read as a series of historical accounts, anyways.


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- Fri, 07 Feb 2020 23:07:06 EST g9vnCsG0 No.71302
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Have you read Kafka and A Road Side Picnic yet?
Albert Greencocke - Sat, 08 Feb 2020 08:31:59 EST reK9sGDz No.71304 Reply
I love Kafka, not read Roadside Picnic. For Kafka's novels, I dug The Trial and Amerika, but The Castle got too repetitive for me. Although it was the last of them I read and maybe I was just suffering Kafka burnout. I hate to sound cliche but Metamorphosis is still his greatest hit. I know there's many interpretations of it, but I'm partial to it being a metaphor for mental illness, with the supernatural elements being in the depressed narrator's head while his family deals with the fact that their beloved son/brother has suddenly come down with crippling depression.
Doris Clunkinstone - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 14:31:09 EST ylxQEmun No.71315 Reply
yes i am an adult

Bump While Reading

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- Fri, 04 Mar 2016 09:04:46 EST bq5scg8g No.68199
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What are you guys reading right now?

Brandon Sanderson just released the third and final book of his Reckoners trilogy, and it was fantastic. Where are all the Sanderson fans in here? It was this board that told me to read his shit, and now that I do, nobody ever will talk about them with me lol

Now starting Altered Carbon. Netflix is making a show based on it, and I like reading books that have adaptions impending so I can compare them later.
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Martha Hecklehit - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 10:53:41 EST YKVvVDXo No.71291 Reply

Currently reading Palestine in Israeli School Books: Idealogy and Propaganda in Education by Nurit Peled-Elhanan, and Manufacturing Consent by Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky.

I'm having a hard time deciding what to read next, but I have it down between Howard Zinn's "People's History of the United States," and "The Nonsense Factory: The Making and Breaking of the American Legal System," by Bruce Gibney.

I was also given a copy of Hunter Thompson's "The Great Shark Hunt" from my dad which I'm really interested in, but I have so many other books waiting for me that I honestly haven't got the slightest idea when I'll find time for it.
Beatrice Finkinville - Sun, 26 Jan 2020 07:29:50 EST oyVg+j/A No.71293 Reply
I started reading discworld, started with the first one. Now i'm reading "wyred sisters" Good stuff,
Esther Crigglewill - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 23:46:09 EST ikBB58Xx No.71297 Reply
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It has a great atmosphere, as a fan of Bioshock I was hooked.

Reading and your imagination

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- Thu, 23 Jan 2020 05:08:15 EST ZoMujfJi No.71287
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I was reading and it occurred to me that I do not put a face to any of the characters nor do I bother trying to empathize with them.

Do you put faces to your characters? Do you empathize with them? What are your reading habits?
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Fuck Darringchut - Thu, 23 Jan 2020 20:04:54 EST hZQN5ef+ No.71289 Reply
Definitely empathize with em tho
Dick Rekkard - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 00:01:37 EST 0Jsfk03N No.71290 Reply
Depends on how the reading makes me feel. Sometimes I'm all details and colours. Sometimes it's the absulte void (specially, when I tried to grasp certain aspects). Then I go caricaturesque (usually, when I get stuck in a boring/hard going passage) and... etc.
Martha Hecklehit - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 11:07:18 EST YKVvVDXo No.71292 Reply

I guess I do in the most basic sense, like rough facial expressions when they're described, or flashes of memories of events similar to what's going on in the story. I definitely empathize with characters though, depending on how engaging the story is. I find it hard to empathize with characters in poorly in written stories, or characters with beliefs that I strongly disagree with.

Abdullah Ocalan

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- Fri, 27 Dec 2019 18:01:47 EST 6Apjy46B No.71237
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Anyone here reading Abdullah Ocalan? It's interesting to be able to read the theory behind the revolution taking place amidst the Syrian Civil War. It's all written in the prison of Imrali Island as well; he's like the Antonio Gramsci of our age.
Nathaniel Sunkinfack - Sat, 18 Jan 2020 15:30:46 EST 7CZ4zA5h No.71280 Reply
Some good books come out of prison apparently.

Graphic Novels

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- Mon, 13 Jan 2020 13:07:01 EST 7CZ4zA5h No.71273
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Are they legit /lit/? I've been reading alot more graphic novels as of late, and they're alot quicker reads, but if good, equally as deep as literature can be. What you think? Are graphic novels a part of /lit/ or are they just comics?

While we're on this subject, genre is a good way to categorize books, but it also limits how dynamic a book can be with multiple genres and grappling with tons of ideas, but has to be labelled as one genre.
Nicholas Mabblenadge - Mon, 13 Jan 2020 17:09:50 EST reK9sGDz No.71274 Reply
They're just comics. The confusion sounds like your own fault for having some preconceived notion that comics are an inferior medium to literature. Every medium has it's good and bad sides. Novels have Twilight, comics have Deadpool. Nothing is 100% high-class.

King James Bible the one true Bible

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- Sun, 22 Dec 2019 04:52:00 EST CcX626uX No.71219
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I don't believe a fucking word of that garbage about how DMT allegedly helps you open up your mind because if Spiritualism is real then that means Heaven Exists and if Heaven Exists then why do I need to take a prescription to become closer to god that is what the bible is for

If you're a Christian Male who prays to the one true lord you've already hit peak spiritualism. Ask all those saved souls who spend every waking moment at Jesus Camp https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LACyLTsH4ac they're the closest to god.
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Angus Pittwill - Thu, 09 Jan 2020 02:30:46 EST PPk2gm8E No.71266 Reply
the bible was written by alcoholic nerds in the earlier parts of our history... its LITERATURE. myth and "law" god is only known in relation to the self .. its a treatise on the individual and is handy enough to fit in your lap. just be grateful we have a bit of our own history and culture to reflect on. dont get crucified over it like that try-hard Yeshua
420 blaze it bitch up and out
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Wattpad Ranking System

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- Thu, 19 Dec 2019 17:02:32 EST ygw8Wc44 No.71211
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I've published some of my poems that I've written over the past few days since now I have a platform to publish it and have some form of copyright. But one of my biggest questions I have as I'm sure anyone who publishes anything to this site is how in the fuck does the ranking system work?

Does anyone here know?

Sorry if this isn't the board, but it seems like it was the closest place.
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John Givingpat - Wed, 25 Dec 2019 04:00:23 EST pnomgnT+ No.71233 Reply
record it and post to spoken word on bandcamp
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Oliver Clonnernuck - Sun, 05 Jan 2020 22:00:14 EST ygw8Wc44 No.71261 Reply
What if you were to just remove your story from Wattpad?


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- Wed, 25 Dec 2019 03:58:00 EST pnomgnT+ No.71231
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i happen to be a rather tall sort of jolly fellow(not a jolly african-american) 6'5 wouldn''t you know it anyway (who gives a fuck right) i picked up recently a copy of gargantua and pantagruel which seems, though quixote-esque, to be basically a french tristram shandy. crass humour (lets not mention the embarrassing issue of translation) and interesting archaicisms spanning 1000 pages. i'll be sure to let you know how it turns out.
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UnamusementPark !ikwaNLFmBo - Sat, 28 Dec 2019 14:44:42 EST NcupW4Dx No.71244 Reply
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@making a lot of assumptions aren't you?
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Books about the blood corporations have

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- Tue, 12 Nov 2019 10:51:28 EST The6eiI3 No.71114
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Anybody knows any good books about the dirty side of big corporations and or multinationals. Not some theory book critiquing capitalism but more like a book that has many stories.
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Hedda Giffingdedge - Wed, 11 Dec 2019 17:19:57 EST WWuInbHV No.71195 Reply
I recently read Moral Mazes (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_Mazes) where the author was embedded in a few corporations (a chemical conglomerate and a textile company, I believe). There are a lot of quotes from upper management spittin' some realpolitik. I'm not sure if it is exactly what you're requesting but I found it pretty interesting.
Angus Wellerforth - Wed, 18 Dec 2019 04:43:31 EST iurrUect No.71205 Reply
I will look into these books. I want to check out this topic. Knowledge is the best, there is no question at all. lol Wrongdoing matters. Understanding it matters. And if we can reduce it, that would be awesome. The world would be nothing but perfect. lol
pisutilra - Sat, 28 Dec 2019 14:08:52 EST doafeZse No.71243 Reply
they look for better things. things that have a reason belonging in a better place. getting one card dealt.

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