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Re: Whatcha reading?

Post by Kory » 11 Feb 2019, 3:46pm

Wolter wrote:
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The problem here is that you heathens are reading books that aren't the divinely inspired word of God, by which I mean the King James Bible.
Who knew Wolt was going to pull a Dave Sim?
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Re: Whatcha reading?

Post by Dr. Medulla » 11 Feb 2019, 4:01pm

Kory wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 3:46pm
Wolter wrote:
10 Feb 2019, 10:47pm
The problem here is that you heathens are reading books that aren't the divinely inspired word of God, by which I mean the King James Bible.
Who knew Wolt was going to pull a Dave Sim?
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Re: Whatcha reading?

Post by Wolter » 11 Feb 2019, 4:04pm

Dr. Medulla wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 4:01pm
Kory wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 3:46pm
Wolter wrote:
10 Feb 2019, 10:47pm
The problem here is that you heathens are reading books that aren't the divinely inspired word of God, by which I mean the King James Bible.
Who knew Wolt was going to pull a Dave Sim?
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Re: Whatcha reading?

Post by Dr. Medulla » 11 Feb 2019, 4:13pm

Wolter wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 4:04pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 4:01pm
Kory wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 3:46pm
Wolter wrote:
10 Feb 2019, 10:47pm
The problem here is that you heathens are reading books that aren't the divinely inspired word of God, by which I mean the King James Bible.
Who knew Wolt was going to pull a Dave Sim?
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I’m sick of all of your Voids attempting to consume my Male Light.
Somehow misogynists who invent jargon amplify the creep factor immeasurably.
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Re: Whatcha reading?

Post by Olaf » 11 Feb 2019, 5:30pm

Note to self: don't seat Marky next to Jon Savage at the dinner table.

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Re: Whatcha reading?

Post by Marky Dread » 11 Feb 2019, 6:04pm

Olaf wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 5:30pm
Note to self: don't seat Marky next to Jon Savage at the dinner table.
That's not a problem Olaf. As sure as punk is only pub rock sped up Savage would say there was no dinner table.
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Re: Whatcha reading?

Post by Silent Majority » 13 Feb 2019, 6:35pm

7) Andrew Johnson - Annette Gordon-Reed. Kindle. Because there's so little in the way of primary sources, nobody can get close to the piece of shit white supremacist who filled Lincoln's giant shoes. It's likely that Johnson couldn't really write. The country first noticed him as an agitant for the common (white) man. Then he got pissed drunk at his inauguration where he had been chosen, as a Tennessean, to start bringing a wartorn country back together. On assuming office, he immediately set to work trying to make the South identical to how it was in 1859, minus actual chattel slavery. His choices continue to be massively awful for the country he led. The author is best known for the Hemingses of Monticello, and is witty and righteous. More an essay than an actual biography, but as much as anyone would want to read about Andy J.
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Re: Whatcha reading?

Post by Wolter » 13 Feb 2019, 7:06pm

Silent Majority wrote:
13 Feb 2019, 6:35pm
7) Andrew Johnson - Annette Gordon-Reed. Kindle. Because there's so little in the way of primary sources, nobody can get close to the piece of shit white supremacist who filled Lincoln's giant shoes. It's likely that Johnson couldn't really write. The country first noticed him as an agitant for the common (white) man. Then he got pissed drunk at his inauguration where he had been chosen, as a Tennessean, to start bringing a wartorn country back together. On assuming office, he immediately set to work trying to make the South identical to how it was in 1859, minus actual chattel slavery. His choices continue to be massively awful for the country he led. The author is best known for the Hemingses of Monticello, and is witty and righteous. More an essay than an actual biography, but as much as anyone would want to read about Andy J.
Not gonna lie: your review is about as much as I wa t to read about him.
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Re: Whatcha reading?

Post by Dr. Medulla » 13 Feb 2019, 7:11pm

Silent Majority wrote:
13 Feb 2019, 6:35pm
7) Andrew Johnson - Annette Gordon-Reed. Kindle. Because there's so little in the way of primary sources, nobody can get close to the piece of shit white supremacist who filled Lincoln's giant shoes. It's likely that Johnson couldn't really write. The country first noticed him as an agitant for the common (white) man. Then he got pissed drunk at his inauguration where he had been chosen, as a Tennessean, to start bringing a wartorn country back together. On assuming office, he immediately set to work trying to make the South identical to how it was in 1859, minus actual chattel slavery. His choices continue to be massively awful for the country he led. The author is best known for the Hemingses of Monticello, and is witty and righteous. More an essay than an actual biography, but as much as anyone would want to read about Andy J.
Really hard to come up with a worse person to inherit the office and the immediate problems than someone like Johnson. But then Lincoln was the exception to the run of absolute knaves throughout most of the nineteenth century.
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