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10/10 books
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Europe RobertBaratheon 
tell me must reed books plz im making a list. Any genre.
2017-10-15 12:58
read*
2017-10-15 12:58
cant even reed
2017-10-18 09:16
Mein Kampf is a good book
2017-10-18 14:23
+1
2017-10-18 21:35
#328
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Finland SFB 
+1
2017-10-18 21:41
#315
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CIS l1nkax 
cunt even spell
2017-10-18 18:54
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Sweden carvin 
astrophysics for people in a hurry
2017-10-15 12:59
#66
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Germany GH0STZ_97 
tbh I was expecting better content that it offered, but its a nice start in astrophysics
2017-10-15 15:41
#76
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Brazil megustapepsi 
+1000000000000000 astrophyiscs best thung
2017-10-15 15:59
#3
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France CSGOW0lf 
PornHub audio book
2017-10-15 12:59
G2 fan knows a lot about porn 4Head
2017-10-18 10:25
don't act like everybody on this site didn't know a lot about porn as well LUL
2017-10-18 18:55
asking for books on hltv, 10/10 lul
2017-10-15 13:00
#100
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Russia YaD_ 
I won't call you "dumb" or something because I saw your ID but I can assure you that people on HLTV are way smarter than the people you meet IRL. Not all of course.
2017-10-15 17:05
where did you get that theory?
2017-10-15 20:02
#160
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Brazil Waldemar H. 
what do you have to prove it wrong?
2017-10-17 23:14
what the fuck you retard monkey, you are the one making a claim that hltv users are smart, at least back it up dumb ass
2017-10-18 03:10
#163
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Brazil Waldemar H. 
he did the conclusion that pretty much every human is smart (and we are smart u dumbfuck)
2017-10-18 08:44
#167
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Denmark s0denone 
I would say humans are smart, but monkeys aren't. Though actually, in the animal kingdom they are among the smartest. I take it back. Humans are smarter than relatively braindead monkeys, who are in turn much smarter than most other animals, except pigs, dolphins, elephant and certain other ones. Cheers.
2017-10-18 08:54
#203
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Other Valeriana 
Pretty sure that a chimpanzee is smarter than a pig
2017-10-18 10:10
#209
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Denmark s0denone 
You're smarter than your mother?
2017-10-18 10:33
#212
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Other Valeriana 
I'm here stating facts whilst you spout insults.
2017-10-18 10:35
#214
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Denmark s0denone 
Now listen here, little Johnny, look at who I'm replying to. If you do not understand the clever little insult I made, then you're even dumber than the average monkey.
2017-10-18 10:39
#215
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Other Valeriana 
I've been long enough in hltv to know the petty memes around here. That aside my statement holds and yours doesn't. Have a good day.
2017-10-18 10:38
#216
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Denmark s0denone 
Your'e a fucking idiot LMAO
2017-10-18 10:40
#222
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Other Valeriana 
no, you're missing the point. A chimpanzee is smarter than a pig. And I'm saying that not in the context of your joke, but as a straight fact.
2017-10-18 10:46
#224
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Denmark s0denone 
So you're smarter than your mother?
2017-10-18 10:47
#225
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Other Valeriana 
c'mon bruh, it's not that hard to apologise.
2017-10-18 10:51
#226
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Denmark s0denone 
Apologise for what?
2017-10-18 10:52
#228
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Other Valeriana 
Apologise for what?
2017-10-18 11:03
#230
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Denmark s0denone 
Apologise for what?
2017-10-18 11:11
#237
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Other Valeriana 
Apologise for what?
2017-10-18 11:18
#238
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Denmark s0denone 
Apologise for what?
2017-10-18 11:18
THEORY noun A SUPPOSITION or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained. SUPPOSITION noun a belief held WITHOUT PROOF or certain knowledge; an assumption or hypothesis. Waldemar H. read the words in capitals.
2017-10-18 10:08
Everyone's unique in their own way. People on hltv are on another level.
2017-10-15 21:12
#166
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India alex_gupta 
i agree with u
2017-10-18 08:54
#168
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Denmark s0denone 
lol
2017-10-18 08:54
#195
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Denmark Bqlle 
What has his USERID to do with not being retarded mate? I know alot of guys within 200k USERID whom are literally stupid. It's not like you have to call him sensei etc. If that is so I must be a God to you.
2017-10-18 09:50
#285
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Russia YaD_ 
I mean that he's quite new to the forum.
2017-10-18 14:37
:D :D :D
2017-10-18 22:13
#5
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France CSGOW0lf 
Is 9/11 good enough rating? goodreads.com/book/show/110890.The_Loomi..
2017-10-15 13:00
anything by george orwell
2017-10-15 13:01
+1
2017-10-15 13:12
nt communist
2017-10-15 14:09
#51
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Canada pokerchip 
inb4 Americans come here thinking Orwell is anti-communist because 'muh school told me so' LOL
2017-10-15 14:43
+1 They used George Orwell as anti-communist advertising LuL
2017-10-15 15:42
1984 Clockwork Orange Catch-22
2017-10-15 13:01
+1 Good list bro
2017-10-15 15:43
long way home by saroo brierley
2017-10-15 13:04
The Gay Science by Nietzsche
2017-10-15 13:03
i love all the Platon greek philosophy books and also alot of Paulo Coelho's stuff like the alchemist its just amazing book.
2017-10-15 13:04
+1 The Alchemist is amazing.
2017-10-15 13:17
#204
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Other Valeriana 
+1
2017-10-18 10:11
#11
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Poland mati19mateusz 
books is for pussys.
2017-10-15 13:07
they might be for pussy's but they also make ur smarter and not like TV and PHONES that just make super dumb and retarded after a while
2017-10-15 13:09
ignore that dumb pole pls, u wont change his mind unfortunately
2017-10-15 13:12
#25
Serbia FREb 
You sound like the type of person to like facebook posts about how great books are and share videos of people talking shit about phones and social media
2017-10-15 13:32
for that i would need to have a facebook account first. but if u dont realise / see how phones , social media , and some other technology is dumbing down humanity i just cant help you anymore.
2017-10-15 13:38
#173
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Denmark s0denone 
In many ways, such technological advances also made people smarter, more quick-thinking and in general now even Finnish people can go online.
2017-10-18 08:57
#193
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Portugal JonhLemon 
It's not technology who is dumbing down ppl, it's people themselvs. They chose to kill time instead of thougtfully spending it where it's most important.
2017-10-18 09:47
but that's what technology does in the first place. technology is like a cocaine. you can't resist it.
2017-10-18 22:15
yes, they double your IQ for sure
2017-10-15 13:34
Lapidarium I-VI by Ryszard Kapuscinski
2017-10-15 13:10
#16
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Russia Str1ker17 
Thus spake Zarathustra Animal farm Three men in the boat
2017-10-15 13:14
1984/Animal Farm. A Fairy Story by Orwell Lolita by Nabokov The Great Gatsby by Fitzgerald Catch 22 by Heller The Grapes of Wrath by Steinbeck The Shadow over Innsmouth by Lovecraft The Sun also Rises/A Farewell to Arms/The Old Man and the Sea by Hemingway La Peste/L'Etranger by Camus The War of the Worlds by Wells Moby Dick by Melville The Alchemist by Coelho Lord of the Flies by Golding Le Comte de Monte-Cristo by Dumas The Divine Comedy by Dante The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde Perfume by Suskind The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
2017-10-15 13:17
+1 on count of monte cristo. best book i've read. next is asoiaf series
2017-10-15 13:54
#49
Lithuania Vcm 
Damn boy, you got some of my favorites in there. Good list!
2017-10-15 14:33
+1 Nice list. War And Peace - Leon Tolstoy Crime and Punishment - Fiódor Dostoiévski Don Quixote - Cervantes
2017-10-15 15:50
I made this list in like 5min but it's very incomplete. You can add a lot more. Demons/ The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoyevsky The Magic Mountain/Doctor Faustus by Thomas Mann The Trial/The Castle by Kafka Gargantua by Rabelais Great Expectations by Dickens Blindness by José Saramago Ulysses by Joyce Man, there is so much good books to read...
2017-10-15 16:24
The Magic Mountain/Doctor Faustus by Thomas Mann Two of my fav books ever
2017-10-15 19:01
Nice. I didn't know there were smart brazilians on HLTV.
2017-10-15 19:50
#196
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Denmark Bqlle 
Have you read most of these? I have read almost every single one of them. I agree that they're classics, and that if you read alot or like to stay informed on the world, they're must reads. But not because they're "good books" imo. If you give Dostoyevsky to any guy who isnt a big reader, he'll choke on it after 50 pages. Sames goes for Animal Farm, Don Quixote and alot others. I didn't enjoy them much to be honest :)
2017-10-18 10:00
I have read most of these, yes. I am definitly what you would called a big reader though. I agree with Dostoyevsky. Rich and complex but utterly boring the first 200 pages usually. That's why I didn't quote him at first. Faaaar to be my favorite. Still must be needed if you want to improve your knowledge of literature ? Animal Farm and Don Quixote are quite good imo
2017-10-18 14:29
#282
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Denmark Bqlle 
I'm a big reader myself aswell, having read almost all of the above. But I agree, to improve your horizon and your knowledge of literature you've gotta read them. But only if you've got a good habit of reading. Otherwise there is better litterature imo.
2017-10-18 14:33
The Shadow over Innsmouth is not book. It's a tell.
2017-10-15 19:45
What ?
2017-10-15 19:50
#174
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Denmark s0denone 
look all this fucking trash honestly none of this is relevant in todays 20th century
2017-10-18 08:59
#184
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United States C9top1 
Psychology of people is always the same emotions don’t change all humans feel love hate etc...
2017-10-18 09:30
#210
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Denmark s0denone 
no it isnt lmfao people are different now than 10, 20, 30 years ago, right? its not the same today u are normal but 50 years ago u are narcissist psychopath
2017-10-18 10:34
That's beyond retardness but ok, if you said so.
2017-10-18 14:30
#281
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Denmark s0denone 
are u kidding me ? how the FUCK is some old shit like 1984 relevant today? LOL That book was written in 1984!! THat garbage doesn't matter in 2017 hahahaha
2017-10-18 14:31
Either terrible bait or you're just one of those 2017 kid brainwashed by TV and YT. I'm sad for you anyways, be happy in your mediocrity.
2017-10-18 15:03
#302
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Denmark s0denone 
Your very qualified university argumentation is overwhelming mate. Nothing to do! You were the one bringing up your future employee and their thougts on what you know/don't know about it (LOL), so again, you're super below my level academically :) Have a nice day too, guy who has no idea how old I am, but from this discussion seems to be, himself, younger than me. Or atleast more unintelligent :)
2017-10-18 15:06
"You were the one bringing up your future employee and their thougts on what you know/don't know about it" What are you even talking about ..? "guy who has no idea how old I am" Nor you do ? But if you really think these books are irrelevant today, I can't believe you are anywhere near academical level :)
2017-10-18 15:18
#306
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Denmark s0denone 
wtf why are u so arrogant fuckin nerd
2017-10-18 15:20
You are the one calling some of the greatest authors ever "garbage" while they will be remembered for the centuries to come and you will probably never achieve something half as big. You are the one being arrogant at the start.
2017-10-18 15:43
#309
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Denmark s0denone 
at least imma not a nerd tho lmao
2017-10-18 16:25
Yeah, you are nothing. How am I a nerd though ? Because I'm educated ?
2017-10-18 16:28
#312
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Denmark s0denone 
cause u weak, fool
2017-10-18 18:18
+1 I've read most of this books and find them awesome two, and i would add Fahrenheit 451, Anna Karenina and War and Peace
2017-10-18 10:10
#262
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Norway sparta92 
Anna Karenina is good but for females imo. Ive red both books when I was 14 and it was too much sopa drama 4 me
2017-10-18 13:23
Jung's Red Book
2017-10-15 13:17
Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler
2017-10-15 13:17
+1
2017-10-15 13:30
what about Mein Kampf by Vladimir Putin?
2017-10-15 19:49
Vladimir Putler
2017-10-15 23:57
#71
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Portugal anomelyxd 
+1
2017-10-15 15:46
#169
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India alex_gupta 
just bought it 1 week ago,will definitely read it
2017-10-18 08:56
eragon series (eragon, eldest, brisingr, inheritance)
2017-10-15 13:22
Last book was amazing.
2017-10-15 17:29
When you're missing the last book because you got it too many years ago and didn't realise there was a 4th WTF. Time to get buying xD
2017-10-15 17:31
#157
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Spain G3CK0 
Rt
2017-10-17 23:07
+1 amazing, my favourite fantasy books
2017-10-18 14:08
Hussite trilogy, just awsome
2017-10-15 13:28
Reading books in 2017 lol I recommend Animal Farm
2017-10-15 13:29
None Dare Call It Conspiracy - Gary Allen 1984 - George Orwell Mastery - Robert Greene Total Recall - Arnold Schwarzenegger The Zahir & The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho
2017-10-15 13:32
Total Recall - Arnold Schwarzenegger ??
2017-10-15 13:59
ye, his autobiography, amazing book
2017-10-15 14:09
#171
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India alex_gupta 
alchemist 10/10 loved that book
2017-10-18 08:56
#29
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China ene1nz 
The Physicists
2017-10-15 13:37
readin books need to become a way of life again cuz they develope ur mind and brain way better than television
2017-10-15 13:40
only if the autor is truly an artist. but just like with tv there is a huge amount of shit content.
2017-10-15 13:45
#83
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Brazil megustapepsi 
in brazil teens/kids youtubers are making books. we're lost already
2017-10-15 16:04
> they develope ur mind and brain way better than television This assumes that TV develops mind and brain somehow.
2017-10-15 18:05
Well, there are a lot of good documentaries about all kind of stuff.
2017-10-15 19:09
It's more about education than development of mind and brain then. :) Many of those documentaries are full of bullshit tho.
2017-10-15 19:13
mein fuhrer
2017-10-15 13:42
#33
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Brazil mexicowss 
just wait for the movie man...
2017-10-15 13:45
-1
2017-10-15 14:06
#175
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Denmark s0denone 
+1 who fucking reads anymore LOL
2017-10-18 09:00
Cough cough Reading comprehension tests
2017-10-18 09:19
#186
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Brazil mexicowss 
unless u are a completely moron u can comprehend what u are reading the right way.
2017-10-18 09:32
We had one right after summerbreak where i hadn't read at all. I got d. I read a chapter in a book about every 3rd day and it helps, atleast compared to not doing it
2017-10-18 09:34
#188
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Brazil mexicowss 
oh well, forgot what i said. u are still in school, gotta grind that bro.
2017-10-18 09:36
#232
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Denmark s0denone 
u mad nerd
2017-10-18 11:12
#198
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Denmark Bqlle 
Also if you're ever going to go to a university you'll be very happy that you've been reading. If you're not accustomed to reading, reading a heavy Foucault or Freud or whatever english-text in 50 pages for the next day can easily take you an entire day. If you're experienced in reading you do it in halv the time.
2017-10-18 10:04
#213
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Denmark s0denone 
nobody reads freud in 2017 lmao youll be laughed out of a psychology lecture if you think he is even remotely relevant people read cause they are trash without proper computer or television, nobody who isn't a deadbeat nerd reads
2017-10-18 10:35
#221
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Denmark Bqlle 
You are telling me that Freud and his psychoanalysis is irelevant? Well alright mate, I'm sure you're right. Funny thing is I just, this monday, had a psychology lecture. And do you wanna know who we discussed and used? Can you guess it? Yes, my mature and for sure very educated countryman, it was Freud! But nice try tho. Can you btw be a deadbeat nerd if you get pussy, go out every weekend, do some drugs (just living life), but still read every night before you go to sleep? :)
2017-10-18 10:45
#223
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Denmark s0denone 
Haha, bragging about druguse and "getting pussy", for sure you're a deadbeat nerd. Have you complete a masters (5 years, in case you're not sure) in psychology? If not, shut the fuck up about Freuds relevancy lol. He is a foundation, in many ways, sure, but NONE of his theories are applicable or usable today. Beyond him as a piece of history, he is totally irrelevant.
2017-10-18 10:47
#229
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Denmark Bqlle 
Just trying to get a feel from you how you determine a deadbeat nerd. Because I'm as social as it gets, and I go in the opposite direction of what most call a deadbeat nerd. But whatever floats your boat if you feel good about it ofc. And you're telling me, as a guy who's apparently seeing himself as a well-educated person, that a person as Freud, one of the foundations of of psychology - without him you wouldn't have half the theories you do today in modern psychology, is irelevant? So Karl Marx isn't an important person in non-communist countries as his ideas doesn't apply today? Neither is Foucault or Bordieau relevant persons within education and sociology as their theories aren't directly applied in today's education system/socioligy-science? You're on deep water mate :)
2017-10-18 11:04
#231
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Denmark s0denone 
lol you are an absolute fool
2017-10-18 11:12
#233
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Denmark Bqlle 
And you're telling me, as a guy who's apparently seeing himself as a well-educated person, that a person as Freud, one of the foundations of of psychology - without him you wouldn't have half the theories you do today in modern psychology, is irelevant? So Karl Marx isn't an important person in non-communist countries as his ideas doesn't apply today? Neither is Foucault or Bordieau relevant persons within education and sociology as their theories aren't directly applied in today's education system/socioligy-science?
2017-10-18 11:13
#234
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Denmark s0denone 
an absolute fool
2017-10-18 11:15
#235
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Denmark Bqlle 
yea, well, you surely sounds as a guy having a master or doing one with your way of argumenting. Way to go :)
2017-10-18 11:16
#236
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Denmark s0denone 
You come to HLTV looking for serious discussion, do you? You have to be an absolute autist aswell, if you didn't realise my initial post was just a bait / joke.
2017-10-18 11:17
#241
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Denmark Bqlle 
No, serious discussions aren't the main purpose of this site. But it's possible to have some good discussions, as I'm sure you're aware of. You're original post might be bait, it doesn't matter really. We went into another discussion, in which you claimed that I was a deadbeat nerd and didn't know a thing about psychology. I proved you wrong, and you didn't have the fucking balls to accept it - thus chainging the subject. It doesn't really matter to me mate. I'm at work, and It's not difficult for me to out-manouveur you like this in a few seconds while doing my work. Hf.
2017-10-18 11:28
#245
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Denmark s0denone 
I said deadbeat nerd as a joke, because you read. Are you fucking daft? Freud is irrelevanty. Face it.
2017-10-18 11:34
#249
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Denmark Bqlle 
Sure mate :D Darwin is irrelavant also.
2017-10-18 11:42
#250
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Denmark Bqlle 
And so i Sokrates, now that I think about it. In fact, no one is as useless as Homér.
2017-10-18 11:42
#252
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Denmark s0denone 
Do you think psychologists apply Freud in their modern day practices? Really? - Do you think Darwin is used by biologists in their research? Socrates and Homer are different, because philosophy and humanity are not sciences. Thus their thoughts remain relevant. Science evolves. If you think anything from just 10 years ago is relevant today, not to mention 50, is relevant, you're flat out wrong.
2017-10-18 11:49
#254
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Denmark Bqlle 
If you're at a university, or you've already undergone a further education, and you really tell me, sincerely, that the founder's of certain sciences (Darwin and Freud) aren't relevant, I feel sorry for whomever is gonna employ you. Just cause thier theories aren't used actively doesn't mean they're irrelevant. Another example; would you honestly tell me that Newton, in regards to his work as an astronomer, isn't relevant? You probably don't know this, but he made the first real reflecting telescope. But mate, we don't use telescopes no more. How can he be anything but irrelevant? Maybe because, without him, we wouldn't have been on the moon, as an example. You're fucking dillusional if you think that only modern day theorists' and thinkers are relevant.
2017-10-18 13:00
#255
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Denmark s0denone 
They are the only ones relevant in your day-to-day. You can discuss Freud with a colleague by all means, but it has no place in your practice. Rest are the same. They are all out-dated and out-thought by now. The fact that they were pioneers is totally irrelevant today, and what they did has no bearing on what happens currently.
2017-10-18 13:01
#256
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Denmark s0denone 
Oh, and do you really think any potential employer is interested in what you know about Darwin or Freud? LMFAO All they care about is that you are up-to-date on CURRENT sciences - on the breaking-edge stuff. Nobody gives a fuck if you can recite Darwins books from memory or wrote a thesis on oedipus. They want to know you know your shit as it stands RIGHT NOW.
2017-10-18 13:04
#271
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Denmark Bqlle 
Again, you're taking the discussion into something entirely different :D It's not about holding them up against the new theorists. And yes, I'm pretty sure your employer would frown if he knew you knew NOTHING about Freud, if you needed a job as a psychologist :) The fact is that your employer is interested that you have your master's degree, right? And right now, within both psychology and sociology studies, both Darwin and Freud are used. So they're relevant. Can't you just admit, that you're wrong? :) Also - there is a difference between pioneers and then the examples I give. They invented these sciences (and yes, humaniore and sociology are sciences in the modern world. You'd know this if you had a proper education), which makes them 200% relevant. They're more relevant than current theorist's, whom give theories that are used, but proves wrong within 10 years. Right? Holy fuck I hate danish people. No admitting that anyone can be wrong once in a while.
2017-10-18 14:16
#273
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Denmark s0denone 
Honestly, you are a complete a total joke. Hellbent on your idiotic point about a totally nonsensical topic. I don't know why I indulged you in the beginning. Either you understand the irrelevancy of outdated theories or you don't. Not my problem. You go ahead and "impress" (LOL) future employers with your knowledge of Freud and see if it helps your chances in gaining employment (Hint: It doesn't). Have a nice day, kid.
2017-10-18 14:19
#283
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Denmark Bqlle 
Your very qualified university argumentation is overwhelming mate. Nothing to do! You were the one bringing up your future employee and their thougts on what you know/don't know about it (LOL), so again, you're super below my level academically :) Have a nice day too, guy who has no idea how old I am, but from this discussion seems to be, himself, younger than me. Or atleast more unintelligent :)
2017-10-18 14:35
#286
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Denmark s0denone 
Thanks for new copy/pasta LMFAO look at what you just wrote here. That replaces the Reddit shit in my profile EASILY
2017-10-18 14:37
Gödel's incompleteness theorems, formulated in 1931 -- 86 years ago: surprisingly (actually, no), still relevant today. So, if you think that just because something is 10 years old it's instantly irrelevant (not to mention 50 years old), you're flat out wrong. I mean, I could provide you with examples more than 2000 years old that are still completely relevant today. To get back to the main contention, however: Freud's theories were a major influence on his nephew, Edward Bernays, who went on to profoundly affect modern consumerism in the United States of America. Every time you see an advert on your TV appealing to your "unconscious" desires ("This pair of socks will get you laid"), and not to your intellect ("This pair of socks is really cheap"), you have Freud to thank for that -- that's every suggestive, subliminally-orgasmic sales-pitch, from this: youtube.com/watch?v=JevW-g2rCu8 to this: youtube.com/watch?v=My2FRPA3Gf8
2017-10-18 13:39
#265
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Denmark s0denone 
lmfao u are another daft punk
2017-10-18 13:52
By your definition of the term, I'm proud to be a "daft punk".
2017-10-18 13:54
#268
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Denmark s0denone 
alright, medkit
2017-10-18 14:08
Where did you do your masters, by the way -- and what was your thesis, pray tell? See, I have the sneaking suspicion that you haven't so much as a UG degree with this level of disdain for the histories of these subjects -- contrary to your hilariously misguided opinion, these INCREDIBLY VALUABLE histories that MANY employers will be looking to make sure you are comprehensively aware of.
2017-10-18 14:18
#274
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Denmark s0denone 
I never said they didn't matter in the grand scheme of things. In my very first point I say they are a foundation that other theories have been built upon. The fact of the matter is just that, for example, Freud (and his own theories) are totally irrelevant in modern psychology, because they have been expounded upon, changed and are by all parameters completely out-dated and useless. Was Freud himself useless? Of course not. He is an important figure in quite literally the history of the world. I already acknowledged that you can look upon history and be amazed, intrigued and whatever else you want. It doesn't change the fact that out-dated theories hold zero value in modern science. Understand it or don't. I've been saying the same thing since the beginning of this utterly retarded discussion.
2017-10-18 14:23
"Out-dated theories hold zero value in modern science." This is where you're WRONG. This is why the discussion you and I are having is not "retarded." Believe it or not, I'm trying to HELP YOU. God know's why.
2017-10-18 14:25
#277
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
You're just wrong. I don't know what else to tell you. I take it you're not, for example, a psychologist? Or are you actually applying the theories of Freud in a modern practice? That should get you disbarred. It certainly isn't the case here in Denmark.
2017-10-18 14:26
#287
NEO | 
Denmark Bqlle 
Knowing what not to use (Freud's theories) is important in order to know what theories to use. This, by definition, makes him and his theories relevant =)
2017-10-18 14:37
#289
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
Another immensely uninteresting non-argument. Keep treading water, my son. Eventually you might just grow up and realise you were disagreeing with something I never said. Freud is/was irrelevant vs. Freuds theories have no place in modern practice and thus no relevancy.
2017-10-18 14:38
I'm not a psychologist, but a philosopher, well versed in German Idealism -- the branch of philosophy which Freudian psychology stems from. And, as Hegel would tell you (that's if you don't find him too "dated"), a dated, or incorrect, theory is valuable in as much as it supplies the point from which the ideas that follow it depart from. The so-called relevant ideas of today will soon become "irrelevant" tomorrow, but not before providing us with something to supplant them. What is more, there is often a return to these ideas. If we trace the path of epistemological history, which can be divided into two camps, rationalism and empiricism, we have seen one give rise to the other and vice versa: for example, the intuitive beginnings of the enlightenment gave way to the empirical leanings of the natural sciences, culminating in Russell and Whitehead's Principia Mathematica, before Gödel's On Principia Mathematica and Related Mathematical Systems marked a revival of rationalism.
2017-10-18 14:38
#290
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
Your very qualified university argumentation is overwhelming mate. Nothing to do! You were the one bringing up your future employee and their thougts on what you know/don't know about it (LOL), so again, you're super below my level academically :) Have a nice day too, guy who has no idea how old I am, but from this discussion seems to be, himself, younger than me. Or atleast more unintelligent :) EDIT: If you cannot understand the difference between sciences and philosophy and how theories differ in such, you are an absolute schmong.
2017-10-18 14:40
You're hopeless. I tried.
2017-10-18 14:42
#292
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
Thanks bro. I'll send you some happy thought the next time I'm healing in Doom.
2017-10-18 14:42
+1 fucking sad life right there...
2017-10-18 21:05
#333
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
Your very qualified university argumentation is overwhelming mate. Nothing to do! You were the one bringing up your future employee and their thougts on what you know/don't know about it (LOL), so again, you're super below my level academically :) Have a nice day too, guy who has no idea how old I am, but from this discussion seems to be, himself, younger than me. Or atleast more unintelligent :)
2017-10-21 13:05
So sad.
2017-10-21 19:36
#335
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
flamer reported cya after ban
2017-10-21 21:13
intelligent ppl unlike u?
2017-10-18 14:43
#294
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
tbh these days only nerds without life read books lol
2017-10-18 14:43
tbh, thats the most stupid thing I ever heard, and I work in a retirement home with Alzheimers...
2017-10-18 18:23
#314
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
Your very qualified university argumentation is overwhelming mate. Nothing to do! You were the one bringing up your future employee and their thougts on what you know/don't know about it (LOL), so again, you're super below my level academically :) Have a nice day too, guy who has no idea how old I am, but from this discussion seems to be, himself, younger than me. Or atleast more unintelligent :)
2017-10-18 18:52
lol, you replied the same way to another guy up the thread. Lol, ego-centric-academic citizen of Denmark. Get bent!
2017-10-18 21:02
#320
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
u mad
2017-10-18 21:32
Rage mode.
2017-10-18 21:35
#323
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
ty
2017-10-18 21:36
#34
fer | 
Brazil Drezim1 
Turma da monica
2017-10-15 13:46
11.22.63
2017-10-15 13:51
Notes from underground.
2017-10-15 13:55
The Witcher series by Sapkowski. Gr8 books and even better games.
2017-10-15 13:56
+1
2017-10-15 14:06
#72
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Turkey Taylannnnn 
I'm about to start Baptism of Fire and so far Sword of Destiny is my favourite
2017-10-15 15:49
#40
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Turkey EFB 
mein kampf by Adolf Hitler. im reading this atm its perfect. and for sure 1984 by George Orwell
2017-10-15 14:04
isnt mein kampf like a bestseller in muslim countries? :D
2017-10-15 14:47
#54
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Turkey EFB 
no. but im interested with national socailsm and i like adolf hiter. thats why im reading mein kampf.
2017-10-15 14:49
interesting. and why exactly?
2017-10-15 14:49
in arab countries yeah
2017-10-15 17:08
#177
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
well yea its cause they hate jews lol
2017-10-18 09:01
The Lord of the Rings
2017-10-15 14:05
#46
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Sweden aer1aL 
Silmarillion, Mein Kampf, A Song of Ice & Fire, Panzer Leader, Achtung! Panzer
2017-10-15 14:11
#47
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Sweden TDK Em1L 
Sapiens asoiaf
2017-10-15 14:29
what is book?
2017-10-15 14:31
Communist Manifesto
2017-10-15 14:33
he said books not trash
2017-10-15 14:46
Books in 2017 LUL
2017-10-15 14:49
degenerate swede, nothing new here boiz
2017-10-15 14:51
Belgium aka most irrelevant country EU .. famous for horrible beer and obesity
2017-10-15 14:52
proves that you never go outside or know anything, but keep trying mate
2017-10-15 14:54
capital of the Eu head quarters of nato but yeah pretty irrelevant unlike Sweden right
2017-10-15 17:06
no wonder ur country is just as brainwashed as mine cuz they probably dont read books.
2017-10-15 19:09
Harry Potter trilogy
2017-10-15 14:50
if you're 11 sure, he is probly looking for proper literature
2017-10-15 14:51
if u like harry potter u should read it
2017-10-15 15:58
nt 15yo edgy kid who thinks that fantasy is only for children
2017-10-15 16:02
won't fall for that b8 m8 i r8 1/8
2017-10-15 16:16
What's wrong with "Harry Potter"?
2017-10-15 18:02
Nothing, its a good book but pretty much everyone has read it by now
2017-10-15 19:42
> if you're 11 sure, he is probly looking for proper literature > its a good book Hm... Ok.
2017-10-15 19:43
Trilogy tri = three logy = books three books It's not a trilogy.
2017-10-15 17:29
#60
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Hungary raffai 
Books in 2k17 LUL
2017-10-15 14:52
#97
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Russia YaD_ 
+1, education in 2k17. School education is the best. For anyone who didn't understand - it was a joke.
2017-10-15 17:02
#62
Russia YUWA 
gargantua and pantagruel
2017-10-15 14:54
QURAN
2017-10-15 14:58
yes Swedistans national book
2017-10-18 15:29
perhaps hemingway if you are a deep thinker. probably not since you faze fan
2017-10-15 15:38
haha +1
2017-10-15 16:02
Lmao, savage.
2017-10-15 17:58
#68
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China Captain_TYLOO 
mein kampf.
2017-10-15 15:43
#70
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Portugal Turambar 
Metro 2033 Narn i Chîn Húrin The Lord of the Rings
2017-10-15 15:45
+1 for Metro
2017-10-15 17:24
The holy Bible
2017-10-15 15:57
#77
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Hungary StraYzie 
A Song of Ice and Fire
2017-10-15 16:00
The Lord of the Rings > A Song of Ice and Fire
2017-10-15 16:03
#82
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Hungary StraYzie 
no way
2017-10-15 16:04
read boobs now books XD
2017-10-15 16:01
Marcus Aurelius - Meditations Homer - Iliad and Odyssey Dante - The Divine Comedy Miguel de Cervantes - Don Quixote Dumas - Le Comte de Monte-Cristo Goethe - Faust I Fyodor Dostoevsky - All four of the main novels H.P. Lovecraft - At the Mountains of Madness
2017-10-15 16:12
Faust ? Really ?
2017-10-15 17:24
Yeah. I generally don't like Weimar-German literature, but Faust always had a sweet spot for me. It's the only book I have ever enjoyed reading in school.
2017-10-15 19:27
I hated every page of it. The reason might be the old german way to write which is kinda difficult to understand when ure not a native speaker.
2017-10-16 14:46
remains of the day
2017-10-15 16:26
#88
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United Kingdom sawdust 
Leaves of Grass
2017-10-15 16:28
Check Harlan Coben, he writes very good books, mostly criminal stories but there are many non-criminal plots as well
2017-10-15 16:29
Martin Eden Great Gatsby Three Comrades Fathers and Sons The Portrait of Dorian Grey The Hero of Our Time 1984 The Fight Club
2017-10-15 16:30
Warhammer <3
2017-10-15 16:31
#92
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Brazil l17arB 
The Communist Manifesto and Mein Kampf are both 11/10
2017-10-15 16:32
Anything by Stephen E. Ambrose
2017-10-15 16:58
#94
Russia YUWA 
Debt: The First 5000 Years
2017-10-15 16:59
#95
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Russia YaD_ 
I'm lazy to list the books I like so I'll just tell you to read the books of Jorge Bucay. Also read "Don't touch this book" by Jan van Helsing if you want something extreme.
2017-10-15 17:03
#96
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United Kingdom HarryBotter 
Lord of the Rings
2017-10-15 17:01
kevin mitnick art of deception
2017-10-15 17:04
who reads books in 2017 and this thread is so lame everyone recommending the most mainstream ones like Harry Potter and lord of the rings
2017-10-15 17:04
tim ferriss 4 hour work week
2017-10-15 17:06
1984
2017-10-15 17:14
#107
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Germany Devastor1337 
satanic bible communist manifesto mein kampf
2017-10-15 17:25
Karl Marx ''Capital"
2017-10-15 17:28
The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss The Gentleman Bastard series by Scott Lynch
2017-10-15 17:30
Zac Power I read that when i was like 7
2017-10-15 17:30
List of books That google Suggested When you typed in Literature classics To appear super Educated and sophisticated or Books you've actually Read and liked And get shat on Because "lol it's not Considered the most Iconic piece ever written In that era/area" and ofc Mein Kampf Because I'm Edgelord2001 And I understand things Better than others
2017-10-15 17:44
#115
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Malaysia Brad_Bait 
amazon.com/Mothers-Reckoning-Living-Afte.. A Mother's Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy
2017-10-15 17:48
"Way of the Peaceful Warrior" -- Dan Millman
2017-10-15 18:06
I'm looking to start reading some horror novels. Any recommendations?
2017-10-15 18:22
goodreads.com/list/show/135.Best_Horror_.. enjoy if u need recommendations always check godreads its the best when it comes to books and ratings
2017-10-15 19:14
anything from stephen king
2017-10-15 19:22
#199
NEO | 
Denmark Bqlle 
Stephen King is by far the best horror-guy there is. You can start out with IT. I'm not sure if it still holds tight, but I read it when I was 12, and it literally scared me shitless. Otherwise his other classiscs are cool.
2017-10-18 10:07
Thought it was a 10/10 boobs thread... rip
2017-10-15 19:11
wtf rick and morty is all what you need if would be able to understand it ofc
2017-10-15 19:15
"Captain's daughter" is 10/10 but idk if it's still good in english translation.
2017-10-15 19:17
books i quite liked the collector- john fowles The road -mccarthy and there were none-agata christie All Quiet on the Western Front-remarque
2017-10-15 19:21
book of ra
2017-10-15 19:22
Bible Kappa
2017-10-15 19:44
I read all 5 books from A Song of Ice and Fire series, and it's hard to choose the best one. Each one has its particularity. Dan Brown is an amazing author as well. Inferno, Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons...
2017-10-15 19:48
storm of swords by far the best
2017-10-15 21:34
#141
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France LLUCIANO 
Ulysse from Bagdad, my favorite book 10/10
2017-10-15 19:50
#142
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Turkey sikkirigi 
The Kingkiller Chronicle - Patrick Rothfuss Kafka on the Shore - Haruki Murakami Dvoynik - Dostoyevsky Perfume - Patrick Suskind Meditations - Marcus Aurelius The Dharma Bums - Jack Kerouac
2017-10-15 19:54
don't start on The Kingslayer Chronicle, unless you want to be left hanging by the author. 6 years now in the waiting for the final book,,,
2017-10-18 11:21
#246
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Turkey sikkirigi 
yes you are right. I really miss kvothe.
2017-10-18 11:34
Such a shame, cause they're just so damn fucking good. Reread 3 times I think.
2017-10-18 14:51
Simak
2017-10-15 20:00
the end of the world and hard boiled wonderland - haruki murakami life of insects - victor pelevin the possibility of an island - michel houellebecq
2017-10-15 20:04
dirty wars - jeremy scahill animal liberation - peter singer practical ethics - peter singer who rules the world? - Noam Chomsky Manufacturing consent - Noam Chomsky and Ed Herman the assassination complex - Jeremy Scahill no place to hide - glenn greenwald
2017-10-15 20:09
#150
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Finland jUPPE! 
The Gay Kama Sutra
2017-10-15 23:58
any book of tom robbins
2017-10-16 00:02
HARRY POTTER READ THIS
2017-10-16 14:47
#154
znajder | 
Ireland skend 
+1
2017-10-16 14:48
1984 by George Orwell The 48 Rules of Power by Robert Greene Meditations by Marcus Aurelius Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell Superfreakonomics Thinking fast and slow by Daniel Kahneman When Breath Becomes Air Mortality by Christopher Hickens
2017-10-17 23:03
+1 on Daniel Kahneman. Crazy good.
2017-10-18 14:51
#156
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Finland Slyp3 
Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan, was great af :D
2017-10-17 23:06
lord of the ring books the witcher books Stranger in a Strange Land
2017-10-17 23:10
the art of deception
2017-10-17 23:13
#162
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United States Drag0nfart 
Naomi Klein : This changes everything; Capitalism vs the environment It is a great book by a Jew communist claiming that man made global warming is a problem and the only way to fix it is socialism great book if you are a retarded liberal cuck!
2017-10-18 03:50
Stanislaw Lem Solaris
2017-10-18 08:48
Divergent series
2017-10-18 08:48
#170
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Spain Kyuuta 
Vinland saga
2017-10-18 08:56
olalal i dropped my baguette. Jessica Waters Santa and his big chimney +18. Mary Greenfield The Dawn Of RKO
2017-10-18 08:57
anything by Tolkien, Terry Pratchet
2017-10-18 09:00
#178
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Lithuania Vortexqp 
Books lul
2017-10-18 09:05
everybody is saying read: 1984 by George Orwell. but instead everybody should read Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. and think about if huxley was right and not orwell (i think its a mixture of both)
2017-10-18 09:13
#182
zonic | 
Czech Republic DJachym 
Since every retard propose the same Shit as 1984 or animal farm... Malazan book of the fallen is by far the best book I've ever read
2017-10-18 09:22
Read your mothers pussy book
2017-10-18 09:22
wow.
2017-10-18 14:52
Does anyone feel like they don't like reading but don't dislike it either?. I literally do it just forbthe reading comprehension tests we have in school
2017-10-18 09:31
thats the problem, i also "disliked" reading bcuz of the trash they made us read in highschool but after reading asoiaf i want to keep reading good and interesting stuff
2017-10-18 09:47
#189
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Austria gex0r 
Stephen Kings "The Dark Tower" series. Only books i've read twice, so fucking good. Also just finished The Witcher series from Andrej Sapowski, also very good.
2017-10-18 09:39
#190
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Macedonia cRUNCHiBOY 
I read the first book of Eragon and thought it was really good, but the movie is so shit. So give Eragon a try if you like fantasy.
2017-10-18 09:37
#192
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Austria gex0r 
Eragon series is also very good only the last book sucks but it's defenitely worth reading. I just wonder if Christopher Paolini will ever finish another book.
2017-10-18 09:41
Only 8/8 m8
2017-10-18 09:39
Harry Potter
2017-10-18 10:00
#201
NEO | 
Denmark Bqlle 
One of my favourites gotta be Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz. It's a special book, yes, but he's doing it in a proper way. It's worth a try, if you like some non-realistic stuff.
2017-10-18 10:08
#205
gas | 
Korea kaiske 
the bible pretty good
2017-10-18 10:12
#206
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Russia uyo123123 
hpmor.com
2017-10-18 10:17
#207
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Poland mamba99999 
Mein Kampf
2017-10-18 10:23
#218
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Brazil hotdog^ 
expected
2017-10-18 10:42
#211
boltz | 
Other iiii! 
The Plague, The Stranger, and all other Albert Camus books
2017-10-18 10:35
#217
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North America Foxaika 
Ender's Game(Orson Scott Card) Slaughterhouse Five(Kurt Vonnegut) Pride and Prejudice(Jane Austen) Gunslinger Girl(Yu Aida) Thrawn Trilogy(Timothy Zahn)
2017-10-18 10:40
Mein Kampf, by the one and only Adolf 10/10
2017-10-18 10:43
Geronimo stilton
2017-10-18 10:44
#227
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India sayan_altair 
Lord of the Rings series. can't go wrong with this one.
2017-10-18 11:03
#240
friberg | 
Germany pr9ud 
If you like gaming adaptions go with the first resident evil books. Fantasy: lord of the rings, song of ice and fire Action: rainbow 6, tom clancy in general, hunger games If you like to read some plays: penthesilea, nibelungenlied
2017-10-18 11:23
#242
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United Kingdom drackula 
Ready Player One best book if your a gamer
2017-10-18 11:28
Odd Thomas
2017-10-18 11:28
#244
f0rest | 
Japan DRM. 
Metro 2033 Roadside Picnic
2017-10-18 11:32
Morals and dogma Protocols of the learned elders of sion ( original text is sion with "S" written by rosecrucians, not a jew elite despite popular beliefs)
2017-10-18 11:35
Hold my beer. Thomas Bernhard: [+] Concrete [+] Correction [+] The Woodcutters [+] The Loser [+] Walking [+] Wittgenstein's Nephew Marcel Proust: [+] In Search of Lost Time: Volume One: Swann's Way Volume Two: In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower Volume Three: The Guermantes Way Volume Four: Sodom and Gomorrah Volume Five: The Prisoner Volume Six: The Fugitive Volume Seven: Time Regained Miguel de Cervantes: [+] Don Quixote Franz Kafka: [+] The Trial [+] The Castle [+] Amerika [+] Metamorphosis and Other Stories [+] The Great Wall of China and Other Stories James Joyce: [+] Ulysses [+] A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man [+] Finnegans Wake Vladimir Nabokov: [+] Lolita [+] Pale Fire Robert Walser [+] Jakob von Gunten [+] Masquerade and Other Stories [+] Microscripts [+] Selected Stories [+] The Tanners [+] The Assistant Robert Musil: [+] The Man Without Qualities Daniil Kharms: [+] Today I Wrote Nothing: The Selected Writing of Daniil Kharms [+] I am a Phenomenon Quite out of the Ordinary: The Notebooks, Diaries, and Letters of Daniil Kharms Paul Valéry: [+] Charms and Other Pieces Jean Paul Sartre: [+] Nausea Jorge Luis Borges: [+] Labyrinths: Selected Stories and Other Writings [+] The Book of Imaginary Beings Ernesto Sabato: [+] The Tunnel [+] Angel of Darkness [+] On Heroes and Tombs Fernando Pessoa: [+] The Book of Disquiet Clarice Lispector: [+] Passion According to G.H. [+] Agua Viva [+] Breath of Life Fyodor Dostoyevsky: [+] Notes from the Underground [+] Crime and Punishment [+] The Brothers Karamazov Albert Camus: [+] The Outsider [+] The Fall [+] The Myth of Sisyphus Winfried Georg Sebald: [+] Vertigo [+] The Emigrants [+] The Rings of Saturn [+] A Place in the Country Virgilio Pinera: [+] Cold Tales Julio Cortazar: [+] Cronopios and Famas [+] Blow-Up and Other Stories Samuel Beckett: [+] Malloy [+] Murphy [+] Malone Dies [+] The Unnamable Witold Gombrowicz [+] Cosmos [+] Pornografia László Krasznahorkai [+] Satantango [+] Seiobo There Below Bruno Schulz: [+] The Street of Crocodiles and Other Stories Stanislaw Lem: [+] The Cyberiad: Fables for the Cybernetic Age [+] Solaris [+] The Star Diaries Knut Hamsun: [+] Hunger [+] Mysteries Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: [+] The First Circle Elias Canetti: [+] Auto da fé Malcolm Lowry: [+] Under the Volcano Nikolai Gogol: [+] Dead Souls Jack Kerouac: [+] On the Road Mikhail Bulgakov: [+] The Master and Margarita W. Somerset Maugham: [+] Of Human Bondage [+] The Razor's Edge [+] The Painted Veil David Foster Wallace: [+] Infinite Jest J. G. Ballard: [+] The Atrocity Exhibition [+] Crash J. M. Coetzee: [+] Disgrace Adalbert Stifter: [+] The Rock Crystal [+] Indian Summer [+] The Bachelors Heinrich von Kleist: [+] The Marquise of O— and Other Stories Günter Grass: [+] The Tin Drum Novalis: [+] Henry von Ofterdingen [+] The Novices of Sais Hans Jakob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen: [+] Simplicius Simplicissimus Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: [+] The Sorrows of Young Werther
2017-10-18 11:39
Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey...Best bookss everrrr :)))))
2017-10-18 11:47
The Metro trilogy by Dmitrij Gluchovskij
2017-10-18 11:50
these are great, 2014 was a bit dissapointing but grat overall
2017-10-18 21:38
2034 you mean? That was my favourite. :)
2017-10-18 22:10
#257
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Brazil Charizaldo 
The Holy Bible, best scifi
2017-10-18 13:07
#258
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Serbia livefour 
All from Tolkien, ready player one, night watch series
2017-10-18 13:09
Tolkien is the best <3
2017-10-18 21:38
258 comments and no "Catcher In the Rye" yet :/
2017-10-18 13:12
I read top 10 boobs :|
2017-10-18 13:14
#261
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Czech Republic rusteD 
Zimbardo - the lucifer effect Bush - axis of evil Huntington - clash of civilization And for the lulz Lady fuckingham by Wilde Or 120 days of sodom by de Sade
2017-10-18 13:23
its 2017
2017-10-18 13:43
Reading books is a sign of intelligence and knowledge.
2017-10-18 14:46
Fight Club - Chuck Palahniuk IT - Stephen King The Hobbit - Tolkien ---- The Power of Habit - Charles Duhigg
2017-10-18 14:00
#270
L.K.S | 
Brazil Exfm 
I read "10/10 boobs" I'm disappointed
2017-10-18 14:08
Alexandra Daddario - nude in True Detective season 1
2017-10-18 14:29
1984
2017-10-18 14:36
Zero to One, Peter Thiel. Best book ive ever read
2017-10-18 14:45
#297
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Lithuania k42 
Raymond Khoury - The last templar Stephen King - "Dark tower" series, "IT", also I enjoyed "Desperation"
2017-10-18 14:46
#303
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Albania streetfame 
Machiavelli The Prince
2017-10-18 15:07
Alien vs. Predator: Prey. Rest of the trilogy is trash tho.
2017-10-18 15:08
Green Mile
2017-10-18 16:31
discworld foundation the amusing bible for grown-ups and children malazan book of the fallen cryptonomicon american gods anathem jules verne
2017-10-18 19:04
#327
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Brazil DiguiNTC 
Carl Sagan's books are really good I'd recommend Demon Haunted World, Billions and Billions, Contact, Blue Pale Dot...
2017-10-18 21:40
On the road - Jack Kerouac Notes from underground - Fiodor Dostoyevski Every Ernesto Sábato's one
2017-10-18 22:46
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