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Literate Chaotic / Re: Unofficial What are you Reading Thread?
« on: September 07, 2014, 12:50:06 am »
I had to take a detour after Cram recommended The City & the City by China Miéville.  I'm not reading that book in particular but ended up getting fully absorbed into Kraken by the same author.  This "New Weird" style is really cool and I really enjoy Miéville's style. I haven't enjoyed this kind of genre since John Dies at the End--although it's slightly different.

I like the sound of that, IIRC, John Dies... was toxically twisted :lulz:

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Yea, some folks honk going round bends and such, for safety.
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Totally unrelated, free retail inventory software is soul-crushingingly boring without all the gratuitous frustrations it is so eager to throw at me.  What fun a malevolent archonic hacker must have had inventing "data entry".

To be clear, said stranger explicitly said he was honking at me, to try to say hi or something. Because he lives in a world where this isn't terrifying for people. There was no miscommunication.

Yea, then we also got one pheasant wannabe biker that pulls on his harley's throttle, full twist in neutral, right in front of my building because it's actually a natural amphitheater.  Thanks, neighbor!

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I was just shuffling through the "Strategy" picks and, of course, paused on Art of Darkness.  Then I'm surprised with the clever sub-title, just can't find the actual book at the moment. :lulz:

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Yea, some folks honk going round bends and such, for safety.
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Totally unrelated, free retail inventory software is soul-crushingingly boring without all the gratuitous frustrations it is so eager to throw at me.  What fun a malevolent archonic hacker must have had inventing "data entry".

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I remember once during practice being called-out for my round-eyes being too slanted.   Took me years to understand that I was just trying too hard.  And sometimes I still just can't stop trying to force it :lulz: I like this thread.

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The nothing(ness) element, like in Nagarguna (sp.?), works as the pivot for all this (non)sense IMHO.  Nihilists seem to have cooped the term with their misunderstanding, and the rest is history.  One day, the world of things will appear as it is, the veil to Nothingness, and confusions will dissolve.  Until then, they will believe anything, and it's my fault.  Until then:
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...  There may be other attacks but now one can handle them as small fires and not as a whole burning forest.
(Confucius, atrib.)

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Net: Much love for the little one!

EoC:  I'd just bless it with amonia, good for blood, who knows, might be taken care of already?

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It could be argued that a consumer society is itself against what Lao Tsu considered "nature".

I don't think China was exactly unicorns and rainbows when he lived.

Lao Tsu  vs.  Doritos Natural, fight :lulz:

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Kid Rock addresses B.E. conscious re: glass dick...

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Literate Chaotic / Re: A Collection of Rare Hunter S. Thompson Articles
« on: September 03, 2014, 06:58:18 pm »
http://totallygonzo.org/gonzowriting/rare-articles/

This popped up in my life and I have a feeling some of you will enjoy this as well. The collection spans from 1961 to 1995 and the articles are actually scans from the originals--which is nice. I haven't had a chance to read them (as I'm about to hit the sack) but I suspect a good portion of my Monday morning will be quite occupied.

Awesome!

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I put it again, because it so funny

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Or Kill Me / Re: How to deal with an anarchist.
« on: September 02, 2014, 07:34:00 am »
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All things are an interchange for fire, and fire for all things, just like goods for gold and gold for goods.

- Heraclitus

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Damned if you desecrate, damned if you don't.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Favorite Song Lyrics/Poetry
« on: September 01, 2014, 10:26:58 pm »
That's the fuckng spirit right there, you three!

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Fuck it.  Did you know that even a sea-slug's brain grows on SSRI's?

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