Discussion in 'Burke's Bastion' started by Intrepid, Apr 26, 2010.
An amazing woman.
Joe Creason's Kentucky -
His exploration and travels across a state that has 120 counties is immense. It's riveting the whole journey, a wide range of people he meets and interacts with. From meeting celebs to the homeless. A good read for anyone who is even slightly familiar with the state of Kentucky or those who want to gain a better understanding, Paco seal of approval.
I don't often buy books, but I did elect to buy Men on Strike: Why Men Are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream - and Why It Matters by Helen Smith. It's... excellent, and reaffirms what I've been semi-consciously doing since March, namely, going Galt.
Edgar Steeles "Defensive Racism"
"Crack In The Cosmic Egg" by Pearce
and "Ninjitsu Vol 3" by Hayes
Finishing off reading Enjoy the Decline by Aaron Clarey. Not bad.
Hengstenberg's Christology of the Old Testament
Kretzmann's Popular Commentary
EZ Bake Oven Instruction Manual
Finshing off The Way of Men by Jack Donovan. Not bad either.
Tradition and Revolution by Troy Southgate, obviously I don't agree with a lot of this but it brings a different perspective on historical events and policies.
Soviet missile program memoirs written by a
The Island Race by Winston Churchill
The Border Trilogy by Cormac McCarthy
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbons
THE OTHER HOLLYWOOD by Legs McNeil and Jennifer Osborne
Have you ever wanted to cure your post-ejaculatory depression by picketing porno parlors with Julian Lee? Have you ever prayed for an Americanized version of the Islamic Revolution with Ralph Reed installed as Ayatollah for Life? This book is for you.
Although the "authors" (the book is actually an endless string of quotes from various insiders put together neatly to tell a story) sarcastically apologize to the moralist crowd for not denouncing their subject, I can't think of anything that casts the pornography business in a worse light.
While a quick read, it is definitely not an easy read. It can be a real stomach turner at points, and it's not from the gory details. I mean, everyone knows about Linda Lovelace's puppy love, right? And in this Desensitized De-generation, it's not the sleazy specifics of gang bangs and drug use. These days, what kid over the age of ten doesn't know about creampies and anal fisting?
The real offensive element of this book comes from the fact that no one, not one fucking person involved in the porno biz has a single redeeming quality. To a man (or whore), they are all self-deluded shitbags who will tell you how great the scene is and how much they love each other and it's all one big Balling Brady Bunch while in the same breath tell you how this person killed someone, while this guy was touching kids, and she blew her brains out, while that one was a gold digging cunt, and this guy knowingly infected people with HIV, but everyone was too strung out to give a shit, etc. And there's not one of them doesn't think they aren't either A. an artist or B. some kind of Free Speech Freedom Fighter, or both.
How fucked up is it when the least hateable players are the Mafioso types? How fucked up is it when you find yourself rooting for the Federal Government?
Bluto jus' ordered dis from Amazon-