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  1. Fuckbiscuitshitangels (Warren Ellis)

    related my favorite rob leifield related article ever
  2. Fuckbiscuitshitangels (Warren Ellis)

    that sounds excellent, lol
  3. i don't know. something about it looks a bit too much like tales from the crypt meets dragonball. but thats just looks. if its a faithful adaption im in.
  4. that looks half decent.
  5. Happy ?

    the comic was crazy. this is even more. holy...
  6. The Compleat Show Your Face thread!

    can this thread be made only accesible to the members again please? i realize it's not a big hurdle, but i feel like the pictures of kids and us folks should be a little protected.
  7. The Compleat Show Your Face thread!

    some day he will propably refer to bogart as jonny blaze then?
  8. Librarians, Liberals and Lesbians* (Books)

    i didn't feel like you singled me out or anything. i think i have been here long enough to know how to take stuff. also specifically my first post was definetly not the best way to open a discussion. i really don't want to discredit anyone in finding it interesting or whatever. i often find it pretty valuable to hear other peoples opinions on the hows and whys of their opinions. pretty sure thats just general human behavior. it's definetly not an enlightened approach, but ignorance and prejudice gets to all of us from time to time. i don't take offence in getting called out on it. (btw: enlightened is such a terrible word. i always think of buddha when i read it. there should be a better word for the philosophical meaning. the german word 'aufklärung' is btw the same one we use for sexual education so i don't know if it's better.) thats pretty well condensed what my stance is. ha. i had thought of the exact same comparisons. especially the jesus one just didn't feel right, no matter how i looked at it.
  9. The Compleat Show Your Face thread!

    sorry i don't know how it looks on a phone.
  10. What's going on with you?

    i get that. their high-pitched singing is super annoying.
  11. Librarians, Liberals and Lesbians* (Books)

    I get what you want to say: to have an educated opinion, you have to go to the source yourself. I generally agree, i just can't find the waste my time with every rambling mad men that got published. i consider myself pretty open, but i really have a hard time understanding the appeal in ancient astronauts and the like. like i get people wanting contacts with aliens to be a real thing. but i had watched some documentaries back in my teens that was produced with von däniken for german television and it's all so... flawed. *mein kampf ;) it's a retarded book. it's not as much evil, as it's plain out bad. even as a racist-right wing propaganda-book. there is one chapter where hitler had basically wanked off to animal-metaphors so hard, that i halfway through had no idea anymore what it was about... my personal highlighit of the book is the sentence (freely translated): "A goose will always be a goose, as a fox will always be a fox." - i get what he wants to say, but even in context, thats just... elementary school level prose. you could change the author, rename it ramblings of a mad-men and nobody would propably notice which book it is (there are chapters, that simply end with "... et cetera", he compares the aryan uber-race to working horses, it's all so fundamentally lazily bad). Also: I disagree with the notion that the kapital is an evil book (if books can be evil is a different question...), or that you could compare it to mein kampf. one is the theoretical approach to the hows and whys of the working class getting shafted in a capitalist society, while the other is a long metaphorical explanation of a racist ideology. thats fundamentally different. and while the kapital is one source for the foundation of socialist ideologies, the book itself does not perpetuate those ideologies. it's long and boring and from time to time incredibly naive (which i assign to it being a child of it's time) and people don't have to read it. thats the beauty of capitalist critique, you don't have to have any idea whats going on, to understand that cambodian women sewing footballs together for a mothly salary, you and i would be insulted by as a daily salary, while not being allowed to take a piss-break is something that is inherently wrong and that there should be a system in place that prevents such things. instead our financial system incentivises it.
  12. The Compleat Show Your Face thread!

    twirly guy :D can i get a high-res picture of that shelf? i want to see whats in your library :)
  13. The Compleat Show Your Face thread!

    you can just drag a picture into the writing area pooks
  14. Alan Moore Hates Us All

    if i am not mistaken it's part of my tpb of neonomicon. i iked the courtyard actually, apart from the dream-pictures (especially the 2nd one is composed so badly, all three of them look so naive).
  15. Alan Moore Hates Us All

    finished reading providence and had a look back at neonomicon. It's beatiful how it all ties together (even though the neonomicon was in bad tast and weak and some of the dream-art there was as well imho).
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