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Fiction Anonymous 10/19/2019 (Sat) 19:40:47 No. 46 [Reply]
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Self-sufficiency and survival Anonymous 10/19/2019 (Sat) 18:22:37 No. 26 [Reply]
Thread for books falling within the category of self-sufficiency and survival.
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I <3 books Anonymous 10/08/2019 (Tue) 02:16:15 No. 2 [Reply]
Fuuuuck! I just love reading!
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>>10
I'll probably hold off on a kindle for now until I find a decent amount of books I wanna read but thanks for the recommendations and the info!
>>11
Hmm. So I just finished the first short story and it seemed very much like propaganda. I'm no literary professor but I assume the story is a metaphor for how oppressive governments divide opposition with identity politics. I'm not particularly interested in propoganda but it was rather amusing. Especially the part about the bosun's extreme desire to suck dick. I didn't even know what a bosun was. Had to Google it. Anyway thanks anon but I'd rather read stuff that isn't overtly political.
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>>13
Every word put to paper is propaganda of some sort. It expresses values both by what it describes and what it chooses to omit. What you mean is you don't like propaganda that is directed directly at the worldview you currently hold. Are you sure you're on the right website? Anyways, here are some less overtly political books. I highly recommend "Growth of the Soil", a Finnish agrarian pioneer novel.
>>11
Hi NFKRZ, how u doin? :DDD
>>12
dont waste your time on (((kindles))) buy physical copies of your fav buks

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