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14313010 No.14313010 [Reply] [Original]

What software do you use to write?



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14312992 No.14312992 [Reply] [Original]

is it just wank, /lit/?



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14312966 No.14312966 [Reply] [Original]

Vakna upp en dag
Känna åldern i nacken
Älska tills slutet av veckan
Livet nu, morgonens dagg

Vi brukade vara så glada
Vi brukade ändå skita i allt
Men nu lever vi livet utan stadga
Leva livet till slutet så snabbt

Nu tar vi det lugnt bara standar för en stund
Vad har vi gjort med den tiden vi fått
Vad hände med kärleken vi tog emot

Bara vakna den dagen i framtiden
Bor i city för att tjäna på livet
Men vad gör vi med samtiden
Bara önska att allt gjort inte är skrivet

Stå och vänta på frågetecknet tillsammans
Kanske jag övertänker
Dricka för att alkoholen täcker problemen
Att narkotikan problemen övertäcker

>> No.14312974

>>14312966
Kill Yourself

>> No.14312978

>>14312974
No pls I beg no :(

>> No.14313011

>>14312966
jag var också 16 en gång i tiden

>> No.14313027

>>14312966
A møøse once bit my sister...



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14312941 No.14312941 [Reply] [Original]

can i get a source on this thot

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>> No.14312959

So this is what /lit/ has come to...

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>>14312941

>> No.14312975

>>14312948
>>14312969
>i dont masturbate
>please believe me

>> No.14312977

>>14312941
i'd rinse my mouth with her buttsweat

>> No.14312999

>>14312975
?



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14312898 No.14312898 [Reply] [Original]

What should I read to make good tabletop sessions? What should I read to be a good DM?

>> No.14312944

Being a good dm is more about writing than reading, just write a bunch.



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14312894 No.14312894 [Reply] [Original]

what's your opinion on pic related?
Is the author, dare I say, a genius?

>> No.14312929

>>14312894
If he set this book in the present at say Starbucks he'd be a laughingstock. (BUT at least he'd have made money off it.) It's the air of antiquity that confers on it a contrived dignity. So he's not a genius but, rather, doubly stupid: he wrote something insipid and made fuck all off it.

>> No.14312946

>>14312894
I wish you knew the pleasure it brings me to see myself posted here - thank you sir, thank you!

>> No.14312958

>>14312929
did you even read it retard? do you think Starbucks and enlightenment era coffeehouses are even remotely similar?

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>>14312894
>Is the author, dare I say, a genius?
Undoubtedly a genius, a magnum opus like this can only be crafted by a select few of the creme de la creme of food historians

>> No.14313007

>>14312946
thank you for your genius work, Brian



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14312889 No.14312889 [Reply] [Original]

Is Bell Hooks the most /lit/ philosopher-author?

>Life-transforming ideas have always come to me through books.

>The political core of any movement for freedom in the society has to have the political imperative to protect free speech.

>I will not have my life narrowed down. I will not bow down to somebody else's whim or to someone else's ignorance.

>When we drop fear, we can draw nearer to people, we can draw nearer to the earth, we can draw nearer to all the heavenly creatures that surround us.

>Within neo-colonial white supremacist capitalist patriarchy, the black male body continues to be perceived as an embodiment of bestial, violent, penis-as-weapon hypermasculine assertion.

>> No.14312901

I get the feeling he's just going to continue into mad idiocy, divulging ever further away from the self awareness of dignity. He has become prey to the zeitgeist of our time and because of this sees only material, mistakes its difficulty for the impossibility of spirit. This is of course all untrue, however remains a genuine contemplative depth, emotionality, none the less.

His earlier videos were better, and his first, probably his best. Not sure if him and Paul Joseph Watson are still friends but they obviously were at some point considering how often one would show the other in their videos.



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14312874 No.14312874 [Reply] [Original]

What were the best /lit/ posts of the decade?

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14312866 No.14312866 [Reply] [Original]

what are the most anglophobic books and authors out there?

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14313013

>>14312866
Tim Pat Coogan.

He's one of the most redpilled historians on the Anglo question.

>> No.14313030

>>14313013
Does he have a foreskin? I can't take circumcised men seriously.



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14312818 No.14312818 [Reply] [Original]

Why do Orthodox clothes look so cool?

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14312880

>>14312818
*blocks your schism*

>> No.14312912

>>14312880
>being a papist earthling
Don't do that man, don't go down that path

>> No.14312940

>>14312818
They are wizards.



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14312816 No.14312816 [Reply] [Original]

How to be flawlessly cunning about a particular subject so I can instantly handle any possible questions, arguments, strawmans about it? Do I just read as many books as I can concerning that subject?

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>> No.14312886

>>14312849
i look like him and i read

>> No.14312920

>>14312886
lol no you don't

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14312927

Excellent thread, froyposter

>> No.14312932

>>14312826
>If your goal is to BTFO people about a certain subject, don't bother.
This. You have to love something to live it, and you need to live it to master it.
Learning is for the dumb, experience trumps all.

>> No.14313016

>>14312920
I like how your answer applies to both of this claims



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14312802 No.14312802 [Reply] [Original]

What is the opening line to your novel anon, how do you get your reader invested with that first sentence ?

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>> No.14312857

>>14312835
Honestly having a tl;dr section before a philosophy document is something I can only think of in a positive way.
It helps people with deciding if reading through the entire thing is of interest to them since it might take effort from the reader to fully appreciate it and not have them drop out halfway which would make them feel even worse about it.

>> No.14312888

>>14312835
>>14312857
It's called an abstract.

>> No.14312895

Father died today. Or maybe yesterday; I can't be sure.

>> No.14312916

>>14312888
i'm aware that's the name for it generally, but i don't format it like one, it feels really presumptuous to have an abstract as an undergrad for some reason. (also none of my professors recommend formatting it like one)
you think i should just go for it?

>> No.14312935

She Bit my penis and it really hurt, i didnt know she was into that.



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14312688 No.14312688 [Reply] [Original]

Nansen saw the monks of the eastern and western halls fighting over a baby cat. He seized the cat and said, "If any of you can say a word of Zen, you can spare the cat. Otherwise I will kill it." No one could answer. So Nansen cut the cat in two .

That evening Joshu returned and Nansen told him what had happened. Joshu thereupon took off his sandals and, placing them on his head, walked away. Nansen said, "If only you had been there, you could have saved the cat."

>> No.14312723

reddit-tier

>> No.14312774

>>14312688
fuck cats.

>> No.14312817

i never understood this and he ends up killing the cat anyway. mishima interweaves this story into the main plot too and i just don't get it

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>>14312817
Why did Joshu put his sandals on his head? If you can answer this question with one word, you understand Nansen's efforts. If not, you are utterly in danger.

>> No.14312869

>>14312844
nigger.



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14312681 No.14312681 [Reply] [Original]

describe this image in your best prose? what does it say about our society?

>> No.14312689

>>14312681
The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race.

>> No.14312691

>>14312681
>our society
Fucking American retarded cunt

>> No.14312823

>>14312681
It says modern art is a money laundering scheme, stupid fuck



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14312669 No.14312669 [Reply] [Original]

Can one classic be objectively better than another classic?
Numerous books have been written throughout history and most of them were lost. If there weren't some discernible quality to the classics, they wouldn't have survived. Maybe you don't get what a classic is classic for, but someone else does, so you can't objectively claim a classic as bad.
Do you agree?



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14312661 No.14312661 [Reply] [Original]

Why was this year so special?
>Joseph Smith and Hyrum Smith killed on this year
>Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels met on this year
>Marx wrote the Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts on this year
>Friedrich Nietzsche was born on this year
>William Miller predicted Jesus would come on this year
>Ellen G. White said Jesus began the investigative judgment on this year
>The Bab announced himself on this year
>Abdul Baha, son of Bahaullah, born on this year
>Max Stirner wrote the Ego and Its Own on this year

>> No.14312667

Because dubs



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14312642 No.14312642 [Reply] [Original]

Are we really living in the best of times? I recently read ISAIF and couldn't agree more with Uncle Ted, we got to destroy the System!

>> No.14312871

>>14312642
>leaderless world revolt
good luck



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14312606 No.14312606 [Reply] [Original]

What am I in for? Should I read it as part of Mahabharata or reading it byself would be fine?



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14312603 No.14312603 [Reply] [Original]

I would say Cicero, Cato, P. Manlius, you know, the best ones. But I would love it if someone said they like Nero or Brutus or some crazy shit like that.

I once read a quote about the love "winners" claim from the gods, and the love "losers" claim from Cato, which I liked.

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Compact, severe, with as much substance as possible, a cold malice towards ‘fine words’, also towards ‘fine feelings’

>> No.14313032

dum spiro spero



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14312578 No.14312578 [Reply] [Original]

What’s your favorite book on chess?

>> No.14313023

The Amateur's Mind by Jeremy Silman. If you're looking to improve your chess then mainly just analyse your games. Don't bother learning openings too much; it's a waste of time for the most part.



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