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America has gone from being a Ballard novel to a Palahniuk novel.

 :eek:

I read Haunted.

You're right.

I tried to read Haunted. I agree.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Unofficial What are you Reading Thread?
« on: August 21, 2016, 03:34:50 pm »
I got the book a month ago, but I'm digging into R Scott Bakker's The Great Ordeal in earnest now.

As always, Bakker treads the line between "absurdly overwrought" and "lovingly crafted" writing. I can see a lot of people getting into this series and wanting to smash Bakker's keyboard. I'm a fan.

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Beyond the wall / Re: High Altitude Hell, #10: Ron and Me
« on: August 21, 2016, 03:05:58 pm »
Hell yeah

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A wildfire started in my town as well today, not bad enough to worry about evacuating but maybe should start to think about what to put in a go-bag. Living that SoCal life!

In other news I found a job! It's not as many hours as I'd like, but I make good tips so that's nice. It's also crazy and bilingual.

HOW THE FUCK DO YOU PEOPLE LIVE LIKE THIS?!

My husband is the previous make and model of Project: BITCHHAMMER than Richter, so he's like, "Whatever." And I'm in San Diego like, "OMG IS MY SHIT GONNA BURN DOWN LIKE TOMORROW WTF."

Seriously, like...fucking SERIOUSLY. I am so on edge. But I presume that if some San Diegans were on the East Coast and a Category 5 was just spinning along in the ocean, they'd feel much the same way I am right now.

There is nowhere people can live that isn't fraught with natural disasters of some kind. Forest fires, hurricanes, volcanoes, tornadoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, plain old flooding... there's something for everyone.

I thought the middle-upstate NY region where I used to live was untouchable, but then Hurricane Irene accidentally the entire Catskills. Turns out, living in the valleys of mountains that are made up almost entirely of silty sandstone, with no real permeability, results in small villages getting washed into the Hudson. Not often, but enough.

The real threat, of course, is the fucking tent caterpillars.

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High Weirdness / Re: THC In The Water Supply?
« on: July 27, 2016, 11:34:05 am »
Sounds a little... Adam Weishaupt Society, if ya know what I mean.

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"Hope in reality is the worst of all evils because it prolongs the torments of man." - Nietzsche.

Which is my way of saying my copy of The Great Ordeal is now running late.  Just wrote a pissy email via Amazon, asking why my shit hadn't arrived and why I hadn't been notified and where is my shit now.  <snip>

Oh christ alive, I was out of town and totally forgot! Amazon Prime, SAVE ME!

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We all knew he had to exist somewhere. Where else but Texas?

See, New England is crowded to the gills with weirdos and prudes alike. It is an environment in which the LMNO thrives. The perversity of the universe flows freely here and the LMNO can flow comfortably with its current.

But the anti-LMNO lives in a place where The Desert is King, and humans are but its tiny treasonous subjects who try to scream louder than the hot wind. They scream with their fireworks and flags and talk radio, and sometimes they fire bullets into the vast emptiness just to remind it they exist. It is here that the anti-LMNO must exist, because here he must scream and scream and scream into the void so that it will KNOW that we don't take kindly to your kind around here.

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Beyond the wall / Re: High Altitude Hell, part 4
« on: June 10, 2016, 05:42:56 am »
Like I told Roger, we have been sending our stupid signals out into space for decades. We should have expected the brain pollution we've been spewing out to come back at us eventually.

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Not that it matters much for my character.  Dunmer = best race.  Plus fire magic and Red Eagle's Bane = curbstomping undead.

I was always a fan of Breton + Magic Defense Enchants = 75% Magic Damage reduction, but that was in the base game.

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Propaganda Depository / Re: Found an old project
« on: June 03, 2016, 11:58:21 pm »
 :fap:

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So I don't bother posting about my life ITT very much because I figure anyone who cares probably already sees it on facebook but I can't talk about this on FB because my current employers would no doubt see it, so...


I just completed my application for my TWIC and I have an appointment in a couple weeks to bring my documents and my fingers for printing to a physical location to complete the process and then I will be able to get my MMC and then I will be able to take that sweet gig with the tug company and get fat paid to do runs between here and AK or HI.

That's a lot of acronyms I don't know but it sounds like boats and money, so FUCK YEAH!

Making money on the ocean always sounds great, and then I remember that anything more turbid than the Long Island Sound makes my organs go all inside-out.

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Beyond the wall / Re: Discordian Grin: Old School Discordians.
« on: May 20, 2016, 08:26:08 pm »
And it works, because Cainad can attest, those are almost precisely the exact words I used to describe the Barstool Experiment to my wife this past Sunday afternoon, as if it was lodged in my consciousness.

She liked it, btw.

True fact. It's a pretty durable narrative, probably because it involves smacking people.

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Woooo! Run that poison pen dry!

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Beyond the wall / Re: NYC May 16/2016
« on: May 16, 2016, 04:21:51 pm »
"We want you to tell us why you think you're a good fit for this organization."

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Hoopla, Mrs. Hoopla, and myself ran riot over New York City.

Well, more like just a bar. And by "riot" I mean "drank a responsible number of beers."

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