Deep Thoughts by The Wise Sloth #15

 

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4 responses to “Deep Thoughts by The Wise Sloth #15

  • dontrkthesk

    I gotta be honest. I lost a little bit of respect for with the Twilight macro. Why does reading a poorly written fiction book, make you a failure of a human being? It would be one thing to chide it’s morals or say it’s stupid, but to say that someone who, DIDN’T EVEN NECESSARILY LIKE IT, they simply fucking read it, is a failure? The irony isn’t bad enough coming from the man who advocates reading Mein Kampfe or the Satanic Bible, because they’re bad books that might have a scrap of truth in them, but this came RIGHT AFTER you said that you shouldn’t mock aspiring writers. What the fuck?

    That makes about as much sense as going up to Christians and saying “IF YOU DON’T STOP BELIEVING IN GOD, THEN FUCK YOU.”

    I really sincerely do not understand how you justify this. It’s kinda like the macro you did with Lord Of the Rings where you implied, that reading fiction, even good fiction, is a waste of time, but having a different preference for your time-wasting pleasures shouldn’t demand more severity just because you chose something that you don’t like.

    I know my opinion might be shit to you, since I did post a series of droning useless comments on a previous post that were [rightfully] deleted, but my argument, as you would say, should stand on it’s own.

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