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Old 06-20-2018, 11:17 AM   #221
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you liked the stand better than IT?

also did you peep 11/22/63 by king?

agree on that mark manson book....thought that shit was meh....great title....weak content

im currently reading requiem for the American dream by noam Chomsky....def a 5/5 for me so far....talks about the huge concentration of wealth amongst the elite minority in America and the causes that contribute/d to it.
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you liked the stand better than IT?

also did you peep 11/22/63 by king?

agree on that mark manson book....thought that shit was meh....great title....weak content

im currently reading requiem for the American dream by noam Chomsky....def a 5/5 for me so far....talks about the huge concentration of wealth amongst the elite minority in America and the causes that contribute/d to it.
Just got 11/22/63 excited to run through it.
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Old 06-20-2018, 12:40 PM   #223
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Nice! I thought that shit was fire
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Old 06-20-2018, 01:33 PM   #224
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Just got 11/22/63 excited to run through it.
Book is dope. Apparently there's a Netflix series on it? Or coming? I have to look in to that.
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Yeah staring James Franco, shit was deep so I decided to cop the book when I found it.

This was pre rape Franco
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you liked the stand better than IT?

also did you peep 11/22/63 by king?

agree on that mark manson book....thought that shit was meh....great title....weak content

im currently reading requiem for the American dream by noam Chomsky....def a 5/5 for me so far....talks about the huge concentration of wealth amongst the elite minority in America and the causes that contribute/d to it.
Yeah, I read IT recently actually, and thought it was meandering and overly long, I wasn't a big fan. I read The Stand about 8 years ago and loved it, curious if I'd have the same reaction now. I'll have to check out 11/22/63, I like the concept of it.

I saw that you gave Why We Sleep 5/5, I've been meaning to read that. Does it discuss sleeping enough but waking up and not feeling refreshed? I can easily sleep 8-9 hours and wake up feeling like I've slept 5, haha, it sucks.
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Old 06-29-2018, 10:29 AM   #227
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lol yea man it does actually. honestly after reading that book I don't EVER get less than 7-8 hrs sleep and the difference in every aspect of my life has been huge
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1. The five people you meet in heaven by Mitch Albom (2/5)
2. Grimnoir chronicles hard magic by Larry Correia (4/5)
3. Who rules the world by Noam Chomsky (5/5)
4. Nudge by Richard H. Thaler (4/5)
5. Americas bitter pill by Steven Brill (4/5)
6. Made to stick by Chip & Dan Heath (3/5)
7. Confessions by St. Augustine (5/5)
8. 12 Rules For Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B Peterson (5/5)
9. Maps of meaning 2017 lecuture series by Jordan B Peterson (5/5)
10. why we sleep by Matthew Walker (5/5)
11. Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini (4/5)
12. Media Control, Second Edition: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda by Noam Chomsky (3/5)
13. Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media by Edward S. Herman & Noam Chomsky (3/5)
14. Bad Samaritans: The Myth of Free Trade and the Secret History of Capitalism by Ha-Joon Chang (3/5)
15. Mcdonaldization of society (6th edition) by George Ritzer (5/5)
16. The Lexus and the Olive Tree by Thomas L. Friedman (5/5)
17. Columbine by Dave Cullen (3/5)
18. The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming-of-Age Crisis--and How to (5/5)Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance by Ben Sasse
19. What is the bible by Rob Bell (2/5)
20. The case for faith by Lee Strobel (5/5)
21. The case for christ by Lee Strobel (4/5)
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23. Trumpocracy by David Frum (3/5)
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27. The Collapse of Parenting by Leonard Sax (4/5)
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still working on, dark money, the case for a creator, hopes and prospects, hold onto your children, antifragile and some other Chomsky book about neoliberalism
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an word that was actually my issue with the stand like....damn shut up get to the point....but I did read the uncut version which was like 1400 pages smh
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Have you read the case for a creator?

I liked it. I'm actually on the case for christ now.
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I'm half way thru. I've read a bunch of other scientific studies about cosmology and teliological representation in life so it's kindve boring but I like that writer alot.

Stephen Meier has alot of good intelligent design books too
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Darwins Doubt the only one I've listened too.

I'd like to listen to exploring evolution.
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lol yea man it does actually. honestly after reading that book I don't EVER get less than 7-8 hrs sleep and the difference in every aspect of my life has been huge
7 hours is optimal judging from the research I have done.

I sleep exactly 7 hours every night. Though I rely on medication to help me do so, as my brain is incapable of switching off. I have slept maybe 5 nights without the use of medication or alcohol or drugs (when I still did drugs) in over 10 years.
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Darwin’s doubt is dope tbh
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7 hours is optimal judging from the research I have done.

I sleep exactly 7 hours every night. Though I rely on medication to help me do so, as my brain is incapable of switching off. I have slept maybe 5 nights without the use of medication or alcohol or drugs (when I still did drugs) in over 10 years.
Well the research that this guy did for 30 yrs for his entire career says 8 U FUCKIN MONKEY BRAINED RODENT
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Well the research that this guy did for 30 yrs for his entire career says 8 U FUCKIN MONKEY BRAINED RODENT
Listen you little cum stained son of a biscuit seller, I have read many studies, some of which said 8, but most of which said 7, in many if not most the author of said study also dedicated his life to it...so I split the difference and decided on 7. So talk back to me again I promise I will slap you til your lips look like they've been lifting too.
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1. The five people you meet in heaven by Mitch Albom (2/5)
2. Grimnoir chronicles hard magic by Larry Correia (4/5)
3. Who rules the world by Noam Chomsky (5/5)
4. Nudge by Richard H. Thaler (4/5)
5. Americas bitter pill by Steven Brill (4/5)
6. Made to stick by Chip & Dan Heath (3/5)
7. Confessions by St. Augustine (5/5)
8. 12 Rules For Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B Peterson (5/5)
9. Maps of meaning 2017 lecuture series by Jordan B Peterson (5/5)
10. why we sleep by Matthew Walker (5/5)
11. Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini (4/5)
12. Media Control, Second Edition: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda by Noam Chomsky (3/5)
13. Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media by Edward S. Herman & Noam Chomsky (3/5)
14. Bad Samaritans: The Myth of Free Trade and the Secret History of Capitalism by Ha-Joon Chang (3/5)
15. Mcdonaldization of society (6th edition) by George Ritzer (5/5)
16. The Lexus and the Olive Tree by Thomas L. Friedman (5/5)
17. Columbine by Dave Cullen (3/5)
18. The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming-of-Age Crisis--and How to (5/5)Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance by Ben Sasse
19. What is the bible by Rob Bell (2/5)
20. The case for faith by Lee Strobel (5/5)
21. The case for christ by Lee Strobel (4/5)
22. I dont have enough faith to be an athiest by Norman Geisler and Frank Turek (4/5)
23. Trumpocracy by David Frum (3/5)
24. Mere christianity by C.S. Lewis (4/5)
25. Tactics by Gregory Koukl (3/5)
26. Reasonable Faith by William Lane Craig (3/5)
27. The Collapse of Parenting by Leonard Sax (4/5)
28. The Case for Miracles by Lee Stroebel (4/5)
29. Psychological significance of biblical stories lecture series by Jordan Peterson (5/5)
30. Requiem for the American dream- Noam Chomsky (5/5)
31. The war of art by Steven Pressfield (5/5)
32. Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder by Nassim Nicholas Taleb (4/5)
33. Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle by C.G. Jung (5/5)
34. Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II by Douglas A. Blackmon (5/5)

antifragile was crazy....the concept is basically that there isn't an accurate term for an antonym of fragile....strong isn't accurate essentially because something that is antifragile (for lack of an actual term) is something that gains strength continually......like the hydra......chop one head off two more grow.... the greek mythological creature the phoenix....when it dies another is born from the ashes of its predecessor etc.......so the entire book goes into examples in the real world such as our immune systems adaptability to illnesses......im typing this and realizing I cant even summarize the full scope of this book......maybe by saying the thing to take away most is that exposure is greater than knowledge. ull have to read it to get a better idea of that but word I loved this one.

synchronicity blew me away... so...he looks at some previous ESP experiments and then conducts his own experience using astrology as a mathematical indicator for the accuracy of predictions made with regard to astrology.........the reason for looking at both of these is to attempt to understand the phenomenon of coincidences or extremely rare events tied to the physical world and the human mind....the examples he gives of things people predict in dreams and then have occur in real life are flooring...acausal events is what he dubs them.....eventually he determines that these acausal events are outside of time and space and therefore are originated from whatever the galaxy was..........this is open to interpretation but he goes into a religious perspective which I thought was amazing even in his perception of eastern philosophy back to the western ideologies of Christianity in the mind and body becoming one during an acausal moment that could be said to take us outside of time and space and reality as we know it. its helpful if ur familiar with his work on archetypes but not required. the chapter describing the astrological experiment was almost impossible to understand but the following philosophical explanation makes it worth it.

last one was the slavery book.....loved this....basically explains how slavery didn't end after the civil war with Lincoln abolishing slavery and how as a replacement for slavery black people were just charged with bullshit charges like talking to whites or train hopping ....just simple shit....so that when they were taken to court they would have to pay fines but since they couldn't pay fines they would have their fines paid for by the steel mill, cotton farm, tobacco plantation, coal mine owners etc and put them into labor.....where they basically still treated them like slaves in disgusting inhuman ways. then it goes on to explain that with the 13th amendment as criminals they would lose their right to vote so eventually white people began passing more and more laws into action that further took advantage of the blacks with regards to their freedom, education and political capabilities as so called citizens......the most astonishing thing I took away I think was that we never even ended slavery until one, buying and trading slaves became economically negative when machines of the industrial age started taking the place of labor workers and two after ww2 and china tried to recruit the blacks by saying yo....black people America hates u come bang it out w us....this is when America finally said whoa we need to end slavery fr fr....and it was fucking 1950 by this time.....a century after we were taught in school that Lincoln freed the slaves. smh. fire book.
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ok, now read

thomas sowell - black rednecks and white liberals

if you want to hear a black dude who had already graduated magna cum laude from harvard, had a masters from columbia and later a doctorate from the university of chicago before douglas blackmon was even in kindergarten, let alone learning about how bad people like thomas sowell had it.

or just read game of thrones

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I downloaded a bunch of that black faggots books too don't worry

I'm not sure if I got that one....but I think I got what's the matter w Kansas which is basically the same book by a different author...blah blah middle class ready for their come uppance and the dirt people stole it from em w the power of liberal Democrat socialist satanism....etc.

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black rednecks and white liberals deals more with the slavery issue, almost specifically with what you are talking about that other dudes book was.

but its also a collection of different essays im just saying it addressed that specific topic, pretty thoroughly, from a guy who did 25 years of research and has 800+ sources referenced
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