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Literate Chaotic / Re: ITT: Original Story Ideas
« Last post by Prelate Diogenes Shandor on Today at 05:13:16 am »
Two similar horror stories:

*The south will rise again when the stars are right

*When there's no more room in Hell the south will rise again
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Every time they provoke Trump, he visibly flinches and responds with some dipshit chest-beating on Twitter.  North Korea then responds with another missile or nuclear warhead test.  You don't need to be a genius to see what their game is.  You do have to wonder what sort of idiot keeps walking into the same trap, time and time again though....probably some old beast lunatic of some kind.

I don't know whether it's idiotic or brilliant. Making sure that one of the few world leaders who's an even bigger jackass than he is stays in the news could potentially improve Trump's image.

Like how capitalism was made to appear good during the cold war via the cheap trick of continually contrasting it with stalinism.
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How hard would it be to add some spines to the back of that?

Not hard. I'll have a bash tomorrow.
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Thanks, folks.
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How hard would it be to add some spines to the back of that?
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Hey Pelvis, fuck you and your asinine opinions of Jackson Pollack.

 :lol:

Pollock's most well-known style is a lot of interesting things, but nuanced is not one of them.
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New paintjob
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It was "old beast lunatic" in Korean, "dotard" was an approximate translation.

OMG that's even better.

1. Land wars in Asia
2. Invading Russia in winter
3. Attempt to out-insult North Korea.

They're just all historically bad ideas.
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Literate Chaotic / Re: ITT: Original Story Ideas
« Last post by Rococo Modem Basilisk on Yesterday at 04:06:51 pm »
Unbeknownst to his employers or enemies, a James Bond style secret agent is a buffoon of below-average cunning, entirely dependent upon the advice of his wise-cracking telepathic sentient corsage (an alien, who has his own hidden goals). As a result, cold war spy-fi slowly unfolds into interplanetary intrigue.
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