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Anarco Commie Poetry Slam

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- Wed, 08 Jul 2020 14:53:24 EST Bg9riFHA No.71460
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This board has been annexed by communists.

Carry on producing glorious content.

Remember: nothing you make belongs to you.

As in art, so in politics.

Be free, and know that it will cost you dearly.
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James Collyhall - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 14:48:19 EST Bg9riFHA No.71466 Reply
The comforts of our modern age
Are stained with suffering
The price we pay is not their wage
Why buy a useless thing?
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Clara Sannerchetch - Wed, 15 Jul 2020 16:46:06 EST Bg9riFHA No.71470 Reply
Where is the insurance
You can buy
For when everything goes wrong
You know you'll be buried in the ground

How many packets of cigarettes
How many bottles of booze
How many tonnes of rotting flesh

Must I buy

To know I will be happy tomorrow ?

Dan Brown is an excellent writer

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- Sat, 01 Aug 2020 23:39:34 EST Js/K2Xbf No.71490
File: 1596339574704.jpg -(54008B / 52.74KB, 1024x576) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Dan Brown is an excellent writer
I'm not trolling.

I've just read Angels and Demons, and it was a fun read, with perfect ( admittedly Scooby Doo) plot and pace, and precise sentences with not one superfluous word or punctuation mark.

Two dimensional characters, I'd also admit, but the book flowed like water, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. I now understand why the "plebs" buy into him.

You could literally read this book in a nightclub.

Again, not trolling.
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Oliver Worthingdale - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 03:55:11 EST ylxQEmun No.71492 Reply
Dan Brown is a good writer like DC and Marvel make good movies.

3 and counting+ Stories.

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!8NBuQ4l6uQ - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 23:10:35 EST DEDfQiVo No.71475
File: 1595560235103.png -(5421834B / 5.17MB, 1440x2160) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. 3 and counting+ Stories.
https://isakfreyr94.journoportfolio.com/
These three shortstories were half baked on a faulty microwave,
if ya can feel me, but do give them the same empathy as you would with a cripple.
There is one about an everexpanding ghost army, one about frog goblin princes, and finally an espionage thriller. I'm gonna keep em coming so just you hold on tight.
PS. they are beautifully illustrated by yours truly, if I may say so.
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Moxazza !8NBuQ4l6uQ - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 14:51:35 EST DEDfQiVo No.71479 Reply
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https://moxazza.journoportfolio.com
Here is the new, upgraded look.
FROM FROG GOBLINS, TO SHADY BUSINESS TACTICS IN AFRICA, TO GHOST ARMIES, AND TO ZOMBIFICATION,
THIS SHORT STORY PAGE HAS GOT IT.
THANKS FOR READING!!
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Polly Bliffingville - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 09:22:45 EST MrS7dgon No.71493 Reply
>>71479
That zombie one is almost as bad as the doomguy copypasta story.

Any philosophy bros?

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- Thu, 07 May 2020 08:10:03 EST 70J/aQdF No.71397
File: 1588853403863.jpg -(48845B / 47.70KB, 388x600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Any philosophy bros?
how well do you guys understand absuridism and 'the stranger/outsider' by albert camus.

Won't lie, I felt pretty empty and devoid after reading it.
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Hugh Brimmleman - Wed, 29 Jul 2020 06:40:44 EST UH4wPmbB No.71484 Reply
Man, a muthafucka just cant deal when the suns hot like that. Imagine if you will a stranger of the night, however, who sees not the sun but a star and gets all murderous up on idk where they'd be... maybe a mountain top rather than a beach, to shake things up.
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Eugene Nickleshit - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 07:25:34 EST Pd/F8LZw No.71489 Reply
It's been a while since I read the stranger but
I'll give this a shot. Absurdism isn't really clear if you read just 'The Stranger'. You should read 'The Myth of Sisyphus' and the rest of the novels as well. For absurdism the key concept is the Absurd. The Absurd is people wanting meaning in their lives but there not being any. Like in the greek myth when Sisyphus is eternally condemned to rolling a boulder up a mountain only to watch it roll back down once he reaches the top, our lives are equally charactarized by meaningless struggles. Our lives are Sisyhean, Absurd. Now Camus asks us to imagine Sisuphus. He must be miserable with such a horrible and pointless task, right? Well Camus doesn't think so, for Camus Sisyphus is happy. He must be thought of as happy. Well then Sisyphus must be out of his mind, completely deluded and not realizing his situation, right? No again. Camus thinks the happiness is completely lucid. In those moments when the boulder is rolling down the mountain, he takes it all in. The mountain air, the view and so on all the while knowing that he's stuck there, forever repeating his pointless task. Knowing that at the base of the mountain, the boulder awaits him. That's absurdism. You're lucid about the Absurd, never slipping into comforting lies or distractions but you still enjoy life when you're not struggling. You rebel against the Absurd even though you know you cannot overcome it. One who can do this is an Absurd Hero.

Mersault in 'The Stranger' is indifferent towards everything. He's not really living, just barely existing. Language like 'the trigger gave' is used instead of 'he pulled the trigger' for his actions. He's not an absurd hero except iirc at the end when his execution is near and he's happy. He's not bitter about the wasted life or angry about the fact that he will die soon. He's living now, he's awake and the boulder is rolling down the hill.

It's been a while since I read 'The Stranger' though, I can't clearly remember the ending. Anyway, I like Camus' metaphor for life. We do pointlessly struggle. I just can't accept his command to "imagine Sisuphus happy". There's no way someone who's lucid at all times of the human condition can be happy. This is a dark road that I can't recommend for anyone but if you're interested, read 'The Last Messiah' by Zapffe and go from there.>>71397

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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Kafka

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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?
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George Dirrygold - Sun, 31 May 2020 13:05:14 EST SRnjuBlg No.71435 Reply
Hard to be a God is also good. I disagree tho; It's not hard.
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Hugh Brimmleman - Wed, 29 Jul 2020 06:42:39 EST UH4wPmbB No.71485 Reply
>>71302
No one knows this dude of which you speak. He simply doesn't exist.
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Doris Blacklewater - Wed, 29 Jul 2020 17:23:01 EST MeDDjlX5 No.71486 Reply
>>71304
actually the castle drove me insane and only years into my depression i realized why, its an excellent depiction of that.
i liked roadsides idea of almost like a post documentary, dealing with the normality after the visit. for some reason i hoped for some more alien and philosophical stuff, but the concept is good

Help me obi wan kenobi

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- Sat, 13 Jun 2020 23:29:54 EST lEXRSePf No.71440
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Im looking for a book I read a long time ago that I cannot seem to find the name of. Its fiction and the book I read in 2005 looked kinda aged already so it wasnt new. The only bits about it I can remember are this chinese concept of dragon roads being explained. these places where energy stays and events repeat over and over again. There was also this glass ball that rolled on its own on a table, kinda like how a ouija board works. There was also a mountain. Im not sure but I think the book was about a couple of kids and no there were not any aliens in it. This has been bugging me for ages because it was a fascinating read, id really appreciate some help. As a reward, I offer my favorite oil paintings
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adminofstep1a - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 16:26:06 EST Y8eGjcud No.71481 Reply
>>71440


LOREM OMFG IS THAT YOU ?! NO WAY! and ipsum!!!!

why is lorem getting undressed>?

and why is ipsum laughing at him?>


To the op: these places where energy stays and events repeat over and over again.


I call it data. glass ball?
I have magenets. you have to fnd them in my room.
made from a toy company with headquarters all over the world.

I know you're not into aliens,. oh i mean, the book . kids book = no aliens.


its data op.


i can't believe i ran into this post.

inquire @ ohboyblessed.com or send me your contact info at stepa1.com

im interested about this book now and I was going to post something about something important to me, but youve caught my attention.
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adminofstep1a - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 16:28:05 EST Y8eGjcud No.71482 Reply
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>>71481
offer of your favorite oil paintings?
i havent zoomed in,
but i swear thats them,

ill offer you one. a painting / portrait / photo ty for the interest. >>71481
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adminofstep1a - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 16:32:33 EST Y8eGjcud No.71483 Reply
>>71482

^^&& no in that/this photo?
that's neither lorem or ipsum showing off that lorem OR ipsum scored/got a girl.

i know it better than that, because to err is human, and emotional judgement is human.
>>71482

Eddie

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- Tue, 26 Jun 2018 08:28:27 EST v6VPdgs1 No.70180
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Rate my novel I'm working on lads. Here's the gist of it.

>a soldier called Eddie gets kicked out of the British army for deserting so he returns to his home in Liverpool. He struggles with PTSD, anger issues and alcoholism. Finding it hard to assimilate to civilian life, he gets a job working as a security guard for a shopping mall. He dreams of someone attacking him with a knife so he has an excuse to beat them senseless. Among all of this, he has an unexpected child with a woman he has fallen out of love with but he tries to stick with her for the sake of the child. Eventually the friction becomes overbearing so he moves out of the house and lives in his car. He begins to have delusions that his car is a ship and that he is a pirate sailing the high waves. He eats limes to prevent scurvy and he drinks copious amounts of rum.

This is what I have so far, any ideas where I could take it?
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press - Tue, 26 Mar 2019 07:07:43 EST mYr32P6o No.70492 Reply
>>70489
no theyre held by the jaw mussels, and you need lemons as mussel bait.
nb for the truth the corporate media financed by the dentistry millitary complex doesnt want you to know

but ill give you the shelf life, 6/10
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Nathaniel Goodfoot - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 12:30:34 EST 5/sbR6Sl No.71478 Reply
>>70180
Sounds really depressing, not that I am saying there is anything wrong with that. But when I read your summary I see Bad news, bad news followed by more bad news. I would suggest squeezing in some good news inbetween all that bad stuff or close it up with act 3 (or 4-5) with good news, good news, good news. Balance out the story, ya know?

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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Martin Meddledale - Fri, 15 May 2020 15:58:34 EST 8H6+A2pJ No.71421 Reply
>>71395
It's cool man. It's a fun ride with plenty of social and genre sci-fi skewering. I recently read through' Venus on the Half-Shell' --a weird authorial experiment by Philip Jose Farmer writing under the pseudonym of Kurt Vonnegut's Kilgore Trout-- actually directly inspired Hitchhikers.
The Earth is even destroyed by the first 10 pages.
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Sophie Sundlefudging - Mon, 25 May 2020 00:47:35 EST YKVvVDXo No.71432 Reply
I read David Grossman's The Yellow Wind the other day, couldn't put it down. Currently reading the Southern Gates of Arabia by Freya Stark and a book about human rights throughout history.
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Cyril Cheshshit - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 15:09:24 EST bOa/w1l8 No.71474 Reply
>>68199
Currently reading "capitalism realism"

Pretty good and more actual as ever

Wizardrous

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- Mon, 27 Apr 2020 22:10:47 EST XOOJ0wyk No.71382
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I published my first novel. It's $0.99 on Kindle if anyone wants to check it out!
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08745D6BP
Wizardrous is the humorous tale of an incompetent, insane wizard dragging his unfortunate apprentice along on what turns out to be a quest that will determine the fate of their kingdom. It takes place in a land called Koric, AKA the kingdom formerly known as Camelot. If you like drunken heists, accidental time travel, epic fantasy battles, and twisted adult humor, then you'll probably love Wizardrous!
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The Wizard - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 20:10:10 EST XOOJ0wyk No.71471 Reply
The ebook is free on Kindle right now, if anyone is interested.
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Ernest Semmerman - Fri, 17 Jul 2020 06:06:20 EST EuROcRJk No.71472 Reply
This actually sounds pretty good but I don't read much
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Reuben Goblinghood - Fri, 17 Jul 2020 18:03:40 EST kMDQzxwq No.71473 Reply
This book sucks and you should feel bad

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.
http://ocalan-books.com/#/english
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Eugene Forrysene - Tue, 25 Feb 2020 01:45:11 EST m+N3eJvF No.71340 Reply
>>71280
You just reminded me of all the douchey edgelords on lainchan who started a whole thread dedicated to archiving the writings of ted kazcinsky
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Nathaniel Dickledatch - Mon, 23 Mar 2020 14:43:30 EST rP+ATt55 No.71352 Reply
>>71237
As I know Öcalan was the most wanted man in Turkey for almost two decades until his kidnapping and arrest in Nairobi in 1999. He has been in Prison ever since. After I figured that out I read his book - Prison writings. I really liked it and used that as my essay topic https://writingcheap.com/ and did it well.
I'm not trying to convince anybody to read his books but Abdullah Ocalan is quite an interesting author in my opinion and he released enough good books to read. IMAO

bookshelf thread

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- Fri, 10 Apr 2020 21:09:15 EST jtS4UJad No.71364
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I'll show you mine if you show me yours
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How do you treat depression?

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- Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:14:57 EST gV++tNE3 No.70853
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Martha Blythelock - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 07:32:14 EST ZZG0YCo1 No.70880 Reply
By not going to the wrong places expecting the results you want.
E.g. post depression threads over at Personal Issues, not the literature board.
Also >>70862
Diet & exercise is the "have you tried turning it on and off again" of depression stuff cause if you´re not treating your body right it´s not weird that you´re depressed. Also even if you´re still depressed it´ll still be easier to fix things if you´ve started on that end already.
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god - Sun, 05 Jul 2020 16:51:48 EST doafeZse No.71458 Reply
>>70853
you gona say they perscrib somthing that has been a problem seinice this last centry.
wkaing up and getting small money is non good man. so much of life is spent waiting. its much better you care about your block. i jus been everywhere.

Does anyone know a book so randomly weird but good at the same time?

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- Thu, 04 Jun 2020 03:54:12 EST K+0WKJ7u No.71436
File: 1591257252696.jpg -(1648026B / 1.57MB, 3968x2976) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Does anyone know a book so randomly weird but good at the same time?
Could be Japanese or anything but has a good English translation

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