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I went to the public library's website to reserve some books, and there was a thumbnail that caught my eye: Martha Reads Banned Books and one of the books featured in the thumbnail was Harry fucking Potter and the god damn Sorcerer's Stone. So I looked to see what was on the least and lo! thirty books were on the list, with a comment about each.
Apparently, the first book of the Hunger Games trilogy is "occult/satanic," and Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee just says “If there’s a possibility that something might be controversial, then why not eliminate it.”
I facepalmed so hard, you guys.
Missing "The Handmaid's Tale." I'm surprised. That one is a hot topic now. I haven't gotten to it yet, but considering how it takes place in a Christian totalitarian post-United States, I can see why some people want it squirreled away.
Cramulus is a bad man. He crammed Remington's gram.
Quote from Reverend Roadkill of the HATE RANT Discordians.
So I somehow completely randomly came across this while searching for something entirely unrelated:
...And I have to ask. What in the hell?QuoteAt first appearing to be an agent of chaos, it slowly became more and more evident to observers outside of his sycophantic core group of adoring followers that Cramulus is, in fact, something else entirely... a mole agent of Order whose primary goal is to "organize" the Discordian Society out of existence.
Amazingly, I have one.
A time-travel adventure series, a la Quantum Leap, but a team. They have to go back in time and "fix" events to make them align with the current universe, which has been determined to difinitively be in the class of best of all possible universes.
The twist: Every event they have to "fix" are tragedies and horrors. They have to blow up the Hindenberg. They have to kill Lincoln. They have to save Hitler's life. They have to initiate the abuse at the Iraqi prisons.
Eventually, one of the team starts to wonder about the morality of sacrificing the past for the benefit of the future, and begins to sabotage missions. Another narrative thread begins when the viewers start to see what the botched missions change.
Why is this what is this
Why 43 minutes?
Guys! I just learned the NRA was the reason why the North ended the war and stopped slavery!
what the what
So a black co-worker of mine posted an article about how open carry is effectively only for white people and one of his friends posted that in the course of the argument. His first statement was specifically that the NRA was founded for black people's protection. I posted the "About" section of NRA.org. He then said ok, it was about marksmanship and that was what allowed the Union to win and that I should use sources other than wikipedia.
I commented about time travel. I'm not sure if I'm dealing with an idiot, or some sort of troll. Mostly posted because there's another guy that frequently posts on my coworker's page with similar talking points, just not nearly as dumb.
Could take a while to figure it all out then.