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    A College Professor victim of incest [your moreover breastless limestone]

    Due to my low attention spam I never used to read any books. Now I know what your thinking "wow opey a mind is a terrible thing to waste, you werent doing youreself any favors by that" but here me out. I have decided to get good and ive really been pulling on my boot straps a lot the last week or two and I could be a changed man. I have a lot of years where I didn't read any books so I have a lot of catching up to do that's why I made a goal for myself - to read three thousand books this year. This thread will serve as my dues Opus where I'll say when I have another notch in my belt ( its a figure of speech ). Who ever finished the most books at the end of the year ( starting a few days ago ) will get there own custom NIS alt and lanny will send you an autographed selfy and donate money to Africans in you're name. and one of the DH ladies will do something very interesting for you but i wont say what yet.

    you have to post in this thread and PM me with the NIS link to you're official book report post to get you're points added to the official list here. no pgp encryption is allowed in this competition. consultants may be used to judge the authenticity/validity of submitted book reports

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    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    I just read “Baby Shoes” by Hemingway.
    It is a lovely story about some baby shoes that are for sale and they have never been worn.
    I would highly recommend.

    Chalk up 1 book under my name plz.
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    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    I just finished reading "The Dinosaur" by Augusto Monterroso.

    The whole thing is in Spanish but I read it anyways and I think it was about someone waking up and there was a dinosaur.
    It is a pretty good read.
    Would highly recommend to any Mexican.

    Chalk me up another point boss.
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  4. #4
    A College Professor victim of incest [your moreover breastless limestone]


    I finished this one, I always thought there were a lot of jackasses on this website but boy oh boy was I wrong! This book is written by a Swede who makes da big bux selling personality training to businesses. It's about the different ways that people think and communicate, and how you can communicate more effectively when you realize how other people and you yourself are wired.

    The books called surrounded by idiots, because one of his clients claimed that all of his employees were idiots. And Thomas was like , dude didn't you hire all these people? And the guy got pissed the-F-off because he realized the gist of the criticism. Yeah anyway he uses what he calls the DISC system ( Dominant ( Red) , Inspiring ( Yellow), Stable ( Green), and Compliant ( Blue) ) to explain peoples behavior. Most people have traits from two different colors, only a few people are only one color or three colors.

    Red ( Dominant ) are arrogant dick-heads, very competitive and they move very quickly and achieve a lot even if they have to break some rules or hurt some peoples feelers.

    Yellow ( Inspiring ) are very creative and love to be involved with new, exciting, cutting edge things. They love to talk and tell fantastic stories which probably are filled with fluff and BS, they are the life of the party and its difficult to convince them of something that they didn't come up with themselves. They lose interest with things pretty quickly so it's difficult for them to finish what they started, theyr'e on to the latest and greatest.

    Green ( Stable ) is the most common type, they prefer to follow rather than lead. They are pretty huge pussies and wont admit or tell you why they are mad. They have opinions on everything like everyone else but they don't like to say what they are, they prefer to just agree and keep their head down. They hate change and if everything isn't spelled out they find it hard to begin something new.

    Blue ( Compliant ) are obsessed with quality and the small details. They are pretty much always correct and know a lot of facts, they buy into bureaucracy a lot. If someone wants to sidestep bureaucracy or doesn't know every little tiny detail about why something should be done then they think this person is untrustworthy and/or stupid. They are real nitwits and will see every flaw in someone's work. They will probably do things perfectly correct, but they are so painfully slow that it may never come to fruition.

    So basically it's like we have all heard for years. The Rooty, The Frooty, The Tooty, and the Tsunami but just with different names for each one.
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    A College Professor victim of incest [your moreover breastless limestone]
    Originally posted by BeeReBuddy I just finished reading "The Dinosaur" by Augusto Monterroso.

    The whole thing is in Spanish but I read it anyways and I think it was about someone waking up and there was a dinosaur.
    It is a pretty good read.
    Would highly recommend to any Mexican.

    Chalk me up another point boss.

    I'm going to have to consult with §m£ÂgØL to verify the authenticity of this book report. And that other one isn't a book
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    Bradley African Astronaut
    I read alot. Send me books to read and I'll read them
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    Bradley African Astronaut
    What a great fred
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    A College Professor victim of incest [your moreover breastless limestone]
    Originally posted by Bradley I read alot. Send me books to read and I'll read them

    Yeah I bet you read real weight, but i'm not sure if I want you to know what I know. Sounds risky
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  9. #9
    Bradley African Astronaut
    I read about 104 books a year.


    Lil.flex.but.i.flex
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    Bueno motherfucker
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    Sudo Dark Matter [my hereto riemannian peach]
    I wish I could read more books. I've read a few this year but none for a few months. Considered reading "the true believer" by Eric Hoffer again which is only 170 pages. I read poetry most days and usually Rumi. Or memes which are kind of a form of cultural critical poetry.

    I really want to write stories and I think of one of every little bit but usually don't start writing it or if I do, I put a few paragraphs in an open text document I have that has "to do" lists, saved links of aggressive porn videos I like and general types of diary entries and other bullshit. Yes I am self absorbed tell me about it
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  12. #12
    Bradley African Astronaut
    you have to post in this thread and PM me with the NIS link to you're official book report post to get you're points added to the official list here. no pgp encryption is allowed in this competition. consultants may be used to judge the authenticity/validity of submitted book reports

    Hi i just finished Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult (my second favorite book after 1984 by Orwell). I will submit my book reporot toomorroow mom or dad (not sure ur gender, don't wanna know)
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    Bradley African Astronaut
    https://niggasin.space/thread/65766
  14. #14
    Robert Mugabe African Astronaut
    What I liked about 1984 was the bad ending. It reminded me of when I played the Silent Hill series.

    I always got the bad ending.
  15. #15
    General Butt.Naked African Astronaut
    I just finished

    Ham on Rye
    Blood Meridian
    The Sun Also Rises
    Slaughterhouse Five
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  16. #16
    Bradley African Astronaut
    love vonnegut despite his communist beliefs it hink his satire is top notch.

    cats cradle, was my favorite but i loved bluebeard a lot
  17. #17
    General Butt.Naked African Astronaut
    I was sort of u i pressed idk. Im pretty sure it was something i was supposed to read in high school. Any of the 70s hippie absurdist shit dont really ring my bell.

    really dug mccarthy and bukowski but hes kind of a nigger and makes me want to punch him
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    I don't read for leisure. I mostly give the books to my wife, who then sums it up for me as if I am a 5 year old, so that I don't throw a tantrum about reading books.

    The latest one that I gave her was "Bomb Jokes @ Airports and 186 Other Things You'd Better Not Say: The Not-So-Funny Guide to the Threa" but shed rather read some shit about idk what for now.
  19. #19
    Robert Mugabe African Astronaut
    Should read Clock Work Orange. Real Horrorshow!
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    Originally posted by Robert Mugabe Should read Clock Work Orange. Real Horrorshow!

    Have you read it? Is the bar they go to called korova in the book, too, or just the movie?
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