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Welcome, O life! I go to encounter for the millionth time the reality of experience and to forge in the smithy of my soul the uncreated conscience of my race!



Take a look around. Have a couple of naggins, relax in the presence of fucking barry company.

If you want to comment, well good shit, just stay away from ad homs, respect others, and we'll get on like a house on fire.

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6 comments:

  1. welcome to my radar. found your site via matt forney. pretty good stuff.

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    1. Nice one. Always enjoyed your blog and your comments in general, so it's good to see the comment. Although I've never commented over there for some reason.

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  2. Why would anyone with working critical faculties interpret Begbie as a character to look up to after reading or watching Trainspotting? This is even more laughable than the people who seem to think the authors who created Tyler Durden and Patrick Bateman wanted their readers to unironically like them.

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    1. Begbie is a sociopathic, bully, a piece of shit overall. He's in my opinion one of the most evil characters in modern literature.

      I would have that thought that was obvious but yous seem to have completely missed the point.

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  3. is this some sort of character? I know nothing about popular culture. All I know is I can't understand what you're writing ;-)

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  4. This seems a little bit careless, man. Help me understand. That's a lot of work for parody. How similar is this to the thing where they put meat on the skin to lure the botfly out and then pluck it away with some tweezers? Honest articulation of what seems viscerally true in your life + acknowledging vileness + setting up comparison between the world-view and the guy?

    That's how I'd end up doing something like this, at least. And how I'd justify it is by saying that truth is king and censorship (self- , definitely) of any kind rots away at the world as we know it, but I'm not convinced that becoming bile incarnate helps more than it stands to hurt.

    That's probably not the point, though, right?

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