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The Foreigner’s Guide to America – Osbie Feel

Austin, Texas 

America’s secondary San Francisco resides in the Great State of Texas, and has approximately 0.004 more firearms per capita because of the State’s lackadaisical attitudes towards gun regulation.

The rate of firearm death remains constant, however. This fact, as well as the amount of Trump supporting lesbian couples that populate this wilderness of idealism, perplexes our research team to this day.

There is a yearly music festival,

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The Foreigner’s Guide to America – Osbie Feel

California

The Californian is much more attractive in physical appearance than the many other subgroups that populate this inbred-yet-diverse nation. One need not wonder why the majority of this state’s citizens prefer to act out the achievements of their superiors rather than accomplishing anything of note themselves: their beauty makes their lives far too easy, and prevents them from any true inner drive.

Shallow, gullible, and liberal without any justification,

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I Advance Under a Mask: Forth Go the Banners of the King of Hell* – Sean Kilpatrick

“Nothing can be more contemptible than that tinsel splendor of Language, which some writers perpetually affect.” Hugh Blair

 

“Minimalism is close to mediocrity and mindlessness, a way for the ungifted to have a literary career, and for readers who really hate literature to pretend to be reading something serious.”  Paul West

 

*Larvatus Prodeo: Vexilla Regis Prodeunt Inferni, Descartes / Dante / Fortunatus

 

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Interview with James Nulick

MM) You are a rare book collector / bibliophile / book aficionado/ fetishist. Tell me how you first got into collecting. What sort of books do you tend to seek out? And how/when did you start doing your signature stove top pics on Twitter? 

 

JN) I’ve always been a collector, even as a teenager. I was also a completist. Back in my teens it was Stephen King books.

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