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Write something one word at a time V.3

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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.

The
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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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Samuel Brisslebodge - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 13:48:51 EST CkgOmLJF No.71157 Reply
Just read the works of the prominent civil rights leaders like Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey, Elijah Muhammad and my personal favorite writings are The Isis Papers by Frances Cress Welsing and The Exhuming of a Nation by Prophet Noble Drew Ali (which is 700 pages and 200$). They arent exactly specific because the people who know about that stuff are already in the know and therefor remain secret about it. Nonetheless the blatant suppression of the "black" race is all you need to know about these aliens running this fake ass world which they think they run but indeed they do not. People like you and me run this shit and theyre time is up because people like me are spreading the real truth. My advice is to stop trying to start the revolution on their terms seeking out the political side of things this was always about theory.
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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.

I love Warhammer 40k and now want to get into real gothic horror /gothic science fiction

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- Tue, 23 Aug 2016 00:34:09 EST 9WT30SLH No.68611
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what would be some recommendations? I have read the basics, Dracula and Frankenstein, but I want to get more deeply into the genre and the dark aspects of it, I also real liked BloodBorne if that means anything
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Hedda Clendletire - Thu, 30 Mar 2017 09:37:00 EST S23LE1od No.69128 Reply
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>>68611
Though it would probably be considered one of "the basics," pic fucking related.

Also (though it's not sci-fi), for those who'd be in to southern gothic, I might suggest Flannery O'Connor; Wise Blood was a fucking trip.
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Nicholas Crellerped - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 09:09:01 EST MxImXeEr No.69779 Reply
Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast.
William Hope Hodgson's The House On The Borderland and The Night Land.
Bram Stoker's The Lair Of The White Worm.
Anything by HP Lovecraft, Edgar Allen Poe, or Algernon Blackwood.

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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Emma Musslefoot - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 10:13:13 EST BoZaoBh5 No.71183 Reply
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Read the OG Howls Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones.
It's quite different from the anime adaptation which in comparison had some big things grafted on, a lot of small/medium details removed/altered.
The movie is probably a bit better tbh, better rythm and more motivated actions/events, but the book still has it's own haphazard clumsy charm. Would recommend as a light read.
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Hamilton Murdfield - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 23:17:17 EST ZyRSN3L+ No.71184 Reply
>>68199
I just finished Crime and punishment and it may be one the best novels I've ever read. You get so into everyone's head. The intense anxiety and delirium of the main character is almost too much at times.

Going to read The Algebraist by Banks next.
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Matilda Burryman - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 07:42:31 EST YKVvVDXo No.71186 Reply
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I just got Max Blumenthal's new book The Management of Savagery. I really like his work. I've already read Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel, and The 51 Day War, both of which are very informative and engaging. Not really a fan of fiction, so I usually read history, science and politics.

Basic Writers’ Terminology // Vernacular lesson for a newb

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- Wed, 04 Dec 2019 00:43:38 EST q4GYqaKt No.71180
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I lost a beginners guide of sorts for writing and poetry that mentions things like prose and sentence fragmenting in ways I really hadnt found before reading there. Going to be getting it back from storage far the fuck away this month. But I am feeling impatient and figure why not make a thread asking you all here what you consider the need-to-know terms of writing?

l just wanna be able to specify when my friends ask for feedback on their slam poetry and writing or music and stuff but, I feel like to even critique writing like that I would need better ways to articulate which parts of the writing need improvement, one creative to another you know?
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Ian Guckletere - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 00:53:23 EST 7CZ4zA5h No.71181 Reply
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>>71180
Maybe one of the book suggestions in the Poetry for Beginners thread?
https://boards.420chan.org/lit/thread/70116/poetry-for-beginners

Here's an interesting interview with Le Guin:
"UKL: When you’re talking about the sound in the rhythm of prose, it is so different from poetry, because it’s in a way much coarser. It’s a very long beat, the rhythms of a prose work. Of course, the sentence has its rhythms too. Woolf was intensely aware of that. She has a paragraph about how rhythm is what gives her the book, but, boy, it’s hard to talk about. It’s one of these experiential things that we don’t really have a vocabulary for. I wonder if there is a vocabulary for it. It’s like talking, again, about music. You can only say so much about music and then you simply have to play it. Some person can hear it and get it or not get it."
https://lithub.com/ursula-k-le-guin-dictators-are-always-afraid-of-poets/
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Jarvis Bludgehine - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 09:02:28 EST ylxQEmun No.71182 Reply
You can sit down and read Strunk & White or a high school guide to poetic structure or something like that if you really want but it won't make you a better critic. Knowing the technical terms of English Language won't much improve your ability to judge English Literature.
Like you can tell your friends that their third pentamic quatrain has too few iambs and the internal rhyme scheme is inconsistent but you could also just say "this line feels off to me". Besides, not everyone who asks you for feedback is going to understand all that terminology.
If you read enough poetry and prose that your friends think you're a good person to ask then you'll know just by reading something when it's wrong and ninety-nine percent of the time simply knowing how to describe the problem in jargon won't help fix it. If your friends ask you how the pasta they made tastes you can just say it's too salty, you don't need to be able to reel off the precise concentration per gram of sodium chloride in the dish that they overshot by.

Beginner philosophy?

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- Fri, 26 Apr 2019 13:59:52 EST EdSW6qpl No.70560
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Hi,

I figured that philosophy is a thing that's missing in my life, I don't know why. I would like to read some, although I can't say which field of philosophy interests me. What reading would you recommend?

Thank you
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Isabella Hirryhood - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 09:40:25 EST 2eQllMi9 No.71119 Reply
>>71087

Russell is a good philosopher but a poor historian, and a poor interpreter of philosophy. Try Will Durant instead.>>71087
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David Trotlock - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 20:07:41 EST I+w3ByT/ No.71120 Reply
>>70560
I'd say the best way to get into philosophy is acutally movies.

>Fight club
Questions the meaning of working 5-9 to get nice things
>Trainzspotting
Society sucks, therefore I use drugs, but is it worth it?
>Donnie Darko
WTF even is reality

From there, there are plenty of books to start with.
>Elementary Principles of Philosophy By G. Politzer
Good beginning book, even if you don't agree with the texts, it's an amazing ground to everything else.
>Plato's Republic
Society order, methapors, questioning of justice
>Aristotle's Politics and Metaphysics
How we should organize society, change, reality.
>Focault's watch and punish
Power relations and how the state abuses us
>The prince by machiaveli, The social contract by rosseau, the leaviathan by Hobbes
Also politics, as to why humans organzie the way they do, ranging from because we're pussies scared by our evil acts tp because we want to.
>Nietzsche's full works
Beatufiully writes how humans could become bigger than themselves. Nietzsche is no the edgy atheist nihilistic guy, he said we had to stop relying on god and that we could find purpose through art and love.

Godspeed anon.
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Hedda Fuddlebury - Tue, 03 Dec 2019 23:10:56 EST UQGIBKqS No.71179 Reply
The other /lit/ has a wiki which contains a number of philosophy reading recs and how to proceed in reading them. It's been memed to death, but unironically you should start with at least some of the Greeks. If you don't want to take a deep dive like that, I'd say tool around on the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, listen to In Our Time or The Partially Examined Life, or even just read Existential Comics and see what philosophers strike your interest

Creative Writing Feedback

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- Tue, 03 Dec 2019 19:01:51 EST xkjFj0VZ No.71176
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Not sure if this is the right place for this but my son who's in the 6th grade needs help on his creative writing assignment. It's due before Christmas break and I thought you guys might enjoy picking it apart.
Constructive criticism only please.



It's around noon. A young girl and her loving father are in the kitchen.

"Dad ,why does Jamal smell so bad? Doesnt he take baths?"

"Well, honey, it's because he's a black man black people usually have a weird, rancid, putrid, or even a revolting stench that comes from them. It's probably because they produce more aggression related hormones compared to other people. :-))"

"Oh! Is that why Mommy helps him take baths? And makes loud gutteral noises with also lots of bathtub squeaking? Because she's helping him to get the smell of hormonal aggression and pigsweat Dad?"

Father slides a speed loader filled with .45 hollow point rounds into his big, fatass motherfucking revolver then spins the cylinder which glistens silver and nickel under the sunlight while also making a satisfying clicking noise with every 6th of a rotation. He then stops the cylinder with hammer and pulls it back and says "Sweety I'll be right back, me and Jamal are gonna go to hunting for breakfast! Tell Mom I'll be back if she asks, and don't mention Jamal I want it to be a surprise!" he pats her head then kisses her forehead as he heads for the door as coolly and calmly as someone would leave the house for a leisurely Sunday afternoon for brunch and bookshopping, he had a hunch this was happening and therefore wasn't surprised, nonetheless he knew what he had to do and God damnit he was gonna enjoy it. He heads to Jamals house, and let's himself in with the copy of Jamals house key he gave to his wife and heads upstairs into the dirty pig jolly african-americans room. "Good, I caught him sleeping. Time to wake this stupid animal up." He coerces the sleeping man through clever tricks to open his mouth until he could just have enough room to slide the cold metal alloy barrels into his mouth then proclaims, "WAKE UP YOU SOON-TO-BE-DICKLESS jolly african-american AND BEG FOR YOUR LIFE!" Jamal awakes, and matches Father's gaze with his own fear-filled eyes, after a second or two he attempts to make a confused as well as desperate plea for his life with a fat metal cock in his mouth; as soon as he even begins to make the slightest pitiful noise, Father let's loose the volumtuous slug from his fat motherfucking revolver with the greatest sense of glee and resolve as he watches the jolly african-americanpiggies brain matter and blood soak into the bed. Father pulls out his knife and cuts off Jamal's member. Father returns home within 20 minutes of him leaving and turns on the stove then begins to make breakfast for one while calling his brother to come pick up his daughter. His brother gets her within minutes, soon after, Father throws the black guys cock on the pan after getting the skin off and cooks it to resemble a fatass juicy sausage. He cooks a delicious, beautiful, 10-star breakfast and retrieves the eat-in-bed-tray and brings the sweetest revenge meal up to his dumb, dirty, jolly african-american loving whore of a wife and watches with an amazing sense of accomplishment and the most sweetest taste of revenge as she gobbles up Jamal's severed, seared to perfection and seasoned cock.

The End
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Nell Middlelutch - Tue, 03 Dec 2019 21:57:27 EST reK9sGDz No.71178 Reply
>>71176
in the line:
>A young girl and her loving father are in the kitchen.
drop the word loving, it's redundant, the reader can tell he is loving from his actions in the following scenes. Readers aren't dumb, so don't spell things out.
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Wesley Clayman - Thu, 05 Dec 2019 08:19:57 EST bFgYVZCW No.71185 Reply
Seems like your son spends way too much time on 4cancer and it already turned him into a retard.
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Charles Sigglefetch - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 11:28:18 EST hO6ymg8F No.71187 Reply
circle jerk format of oh my wife's son made this what do you think?

pretty basic trolling

the balistics, logistics and story are all sub par.

i'm guessing a troll, good chuckle, you really got us brother

Can we get an OC poetry thread?

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- Thu, 10 Jan 2013 01:05:46 EST tmVYcUte No.59689
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Haven't seen one in a while, let's get some OC poetry! Just wrote this right now,

Three kings and a jack, traveling down the road.
The road is it, it calls them all, with only time as their foe.
The curtain like clouds, blind them all.
Nothing's certain, nothing's forever

On they must go, on the they must go.
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Alice Namblemetch - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 10:42:08 EST YKVvVDXo No.71127 Reply
Wilting soul in sombre mind,
Thoughts all crawl each in through my eyes,
I've found less without just as much within,
This life of mine having just began,
Thirty suns have come and gone,
Yet all to be shown for it I have none,
Each day that comes leaves for me something new,
Eternal this soul that inside of me grew,
Take away as you will what has been put forth,
A high gale blown cruelly in from the North,
The reach is most far to those creatures not known,
Its hand within mine, 'tis king of the crows.


I love poetry so much. There's just something about it that I find much more deep and meaningful than other forms of artistic expression. I think it's because it produces an image or story in your mind, whereas paintings and sketches are so in-your-face and definite.
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Barnaby Crinningbury - Sat, 23 Nov 2019 10:11:24 EST YKVvVDXo No.71148 Reply
Here's one I wrote in one of my sketch pads. I've gotten into the habit of combing ink sketches and poetry because one brings out the other in me

Precious beacon fixed upon this crown,
No bone or flesh might hold it down,
Give me, give me all you need,
Deceive dissent, deception free,
Master mind you make me grow,
Elegant, dire, sour, old,
Dust in my veins,
Dust as my blood,
Unholy sepulcher,
My only one,
Tear me asunder, fell swift and true,
Take me, and give me, fully you,
God rest easy for less I can be,
Entire entity of self inside of me.
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op - Tue, 03 Dec 2019 21:57:08 EST pnomgnT+ No.71177 Reply
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>>59689
just wrote this one on 4 ch

there once was a man from Peru
who raped three men at the zoo
he mumbled and spit
and stepped on my tit
and now he's the president, too.

Show me your armpits

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- Sun, 24 Nov 2019 21:46:53 EST hO6ymg8F No.71155
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A marvelous lass of renown
Spent a piteous date on the town
She didn't get paid
And barely got laid
Now she's wearing a jizz coloured frown

Rare

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- Sat, 29 Jun 2019 06:25:30 EST CcwBRGSK No.70727
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Looking for the names of any texts that can be considered a bible for native american religions, animism, shamanism, early wicca, fae, and pantheism

Im a theology buff and it seems that there are no central books for any of these practices outside of bullshit from the new age section written by a bald man who likes cats
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Walter Bibblestat - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 06:40:23 EST 4LCWqwHR No.71106 Reply
Why not Michael Aquino?
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Eugene Clabbercocke - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:24:00 EST YKVvVDXo No.71123 Reply
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When I was a child my mom bought me a book called Brother Eagle, Sister Sky. It was just a Native American story, but it seemed to be describing how their existential beliefs function. I think they had a very oral tradition, told around the camp fire. Could be wrong, mang.

Space-size-differences and that creative spark

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- Wed, 13 Nov 2019 00:36:26 EST hirblk7C No.71115
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I've been pondering on embroaching my skilltelect at writing passable sci-fiction into a book that dwelges the line between a, let's say type 2 civilization and a type 3 civilization. I was thinking having maybe a the type 2'ers at much better than the civ 3 people at like a noteworthy skill or aspect, but the level 3'ers of course being so, so much more far advanced, what with having the entire planet system harvested, when so surely the 2'ers only control one star.
Please strike me up on this what could be an ever fading dividing line there.
Have an idea? Got anything noteworthy?
Because it could quite easily make it's way into print.!
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Esther Pibblepure - Wed, 20 Nov 2019 00:51:24 EST CkgOmLJF No.71134 Reply
Sci fi's set in space are played out now. The setting should be within the mind or metaphysical or something. You dont want something generic. Who said type 2 or 3 was an actual criteria that exists?
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Shitting Clickleforth - Wed, 20 Nov 2019 04:32:09 EST ylxQEmun No.71135 Reply
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>>71134
Hannu Rajaniemi's books do this sometimes. I think. Honestly it's hard to tell where or what's happening a lot of the time.
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Angus Grandwill - Wed, 20 Nov 2019 18:33:58 EST 7CZ4zA5h No.71140 Reply
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Maybe think about positive and negative aspects of current societies, then take ideology projecting a better (or worse) way of living into the future, then set those projections or current way of living against each other, and examine both faults as the story line plays out.

Ursula Le Guin's "Dispossessed" did this well with an astrophysicist character living on the anarchist moon who is ostracized there for wanting to collaborate with other astrophysicists on the authoritarian planet. The moon civ had few resources so had to coordinate very carefully, but in an egalitarian way, while the planet had alot, but was extremely unequal, as we see through the eyes of the protagonist as he tries to navigate this place and its contradictions and yet accomplish the project he arrived there to do in the first place.

RED PILL READING LIST

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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
InfoWars
Breitbart
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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Nathaniel Crobblefudging - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 04:56:31 EST a9pA/DjR No.71049 Reply
>>70879
>read nietzsche's fake book that his racist piece of shit sister put together
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Cyril Burryforth - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 23:15:21 EST 157ajk8x No.71113 Reply
While we're at it can we add some Science Fiction books which aren't totally bluepilled for uh... reasons
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Angus Grandwill - Wed, 20 Nov 2019 18:46:10 EST 7CZ4zA5h No.71142 Reply
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>>71113
Starship Troopers for sure, with a fascist society centered around participation in the military. if not mentioned already. Despite my anarchist leanings I enjoyed teh book. The movies made a mockery of the ideological basis, which was hilarious.

The director who grew up in nazi occupied Netherlands was asked why work on a movie with these themes, he was like: "If I tell the world that a right-wing, fascist way of doing things doesn't work, no one will listen to me. So I'm going to make a perfect fascist world: everyone is beautiful, everything is shiny, everything has big guns and fancy ships, but it's only good for killing fucking Bugs!"

Non Fiction Stuff

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- Wed, 21 Nov 2018 05:54:03 EST 0YXAfObP No.70398
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I'm on the lookout for some comfy books about real stuff.
Travel journals are often neat, really liked A Year In Provence by Peter Mayle.
Started on Pilgrimage to Mecca by Lady Evelyn Cobbold recently, but since the entries are dated I decided to read it at the same dates as they're written.
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Cornelius Wuffingstock - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 07:32:09 EST eWGqeNf8 No.70674 Reply
>>70519
I started reading that for a while. Really strange with the shifts from there being different writers
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Gratyis - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 17:56:12 EST doafeZse No.71079 Reply
>>70398
Well do not forget your local congressmen can push your passport through if the other guy is getting lazy.
As far as new reads try talking to your local librarians.

Poetry for beginners

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- Mon, 28 May 2018 22:04:52 EST ERyV+qkn No.70116
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Hey /lit/ finding myself with a lot more time on my hands these days. I kind of feel like writing again but I want to give poetry a shot this time. Used to write a lot of short stories but I haven't in many years what little I did with poetry was way back in highschool and I remember nothing.

Anyone have some good book suggestions that cover the structure/form of different kinds of poetry, something I desperately need a refresher in. And just recommendations on some poetry collections in general that would be worth reading. Thanks guys.
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Lillian Giblinghutch - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 01:41:20 EST EhGm3DiZ No.70865 Reply
>>70116
>dat ass tho...
post more barbarian ass please
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Cornelius Clorrypetch - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 06:34:53 EST 9iDMXkUG No.70875 Reply
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See if you can get your hands on this one.

The best thing you can do is talk to a poet, a real poet. Let this person show you the ropes. In the beginning, yes, we can make a science out of it, there are the technical aspects, there are the tricks, and your mastery of the language is a very important thing. But poetry is also a work of the heart. In the end you just gotta light up dat blunt and let the lines flow, knomuhsayin?
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Koleahn - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 17:49:54 EST doafeZse No.71078 Reply
>>70116
I use poetry as a means to end potential dangers in my life. Soo in my time of soloace,

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