What books are you currently reading?

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  1. HanadR6

    HanadR6 Goodbye comrades.

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    Okay thank you my friend
     
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  2. TheAnswer

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    This forum is defintely where my conscious ego and my shadow fight it out.

    But just to be clear, even when I am being tribalist, I direct my dislike at groups at the aggregate level. Not at the individual level. In other words, I'd probably shit talk hawiyes as a group (for whatever reason) but would never mistreat them at the individual level
     
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  3. HanadR6

    HanadR6 Goodbye comrades.

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    Cuz I'm going into college soon and my vocabulary can be compared to that of a year 4
     
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  5. embarassing

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    Yeah but even being able to think (let alone write) some of the things you say genuinely shocks me. It’s interesting and disgusting.

    I always thought your average person was more decent. Especially knowing young kids read the forum. You’re not dumb.

    Anyway it’s interesting if anything. Which is why I assume you’re personally suffering. In a way that normal people I know are not (even when they say things I wouldn’t even think of saying).
     
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  6. embarassing

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    When I was in middle school I hated reading. But once I read a book about something I was interested in that changed.

    What are you genuinely interested in? It could be anything.
     
  7. HanadR6

    HanadR6 Goodbye comrades.

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    Comedy ya know or sci fi
     
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  8. embarassing

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    Lol those happen to be things I’m not interested in at all when it comes to reading.

    But I’ll try to find something and tag you in it here, just try to read the first chapter at least when I do.
     
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  9. HanadR6

    HanadR6 Goodbye comrades.

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    Ok thank you sister
     
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    I don't actually believe many of the (hateful/trolling) things. I write. Why I still post them, I don't know. I think it's partly to see the reaction it will get, partly to vent my frustration with certain groups, partly to let out negative energy, and partly because it's just become a habit/my persona on this forum. But I would feel bad if some little kid saw my writing(s) and took it too seriously, so thats why I've committed to assuming a more positive voice on this forum.
     
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  11. embarassing

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    I actually assumed as much. But I mean you’re the first person I’ve witness even willing to ‘joke’ like that, whatever the reason. That’s what shocks me, not thinking you 100% mean it. I mean where your imagination takes you surprises me.

    Anyway I’m glad you’re trying. I know you’re atheist but may Allah swt make it easier for you, and whatever it is torturing you. I’m muslim so you should appreciate the dua anyway.
     
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    Np walaal
     
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    The alchemist by Paulo Coelho. Good read for people into adventure.
     
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    Yukon_Niner I'll Batista Bomb your ayeeyo in Asda

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    Starship troopers. It's simple but great. It beats Ender's game in my opinion. starshiptroopers1.jpg
     
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    Stalin and Soviet evil is way underrated. :wow1: @The Kaiser this a really good book, halfway through at the moment.
     
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    @Apollo Stalin is highly underestimated because everyone always focuses on the Nazis. Stalin wasn't scientific or high tech in his brutality but he was just so ruthless and his kdr was insane like 40 million. "One death is a tragedy, a million deaths is a statistic" - Uncle Joe.
     
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    To kill a mockingbird
     
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