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is his writing as boring as his lecture ?jeessuuuss, that was boring, and i'm far from being a fan of that guy.still i started watching it.holy hell, what a recepi for tumors.
Then again you rarely have anything positive to say. About anything, regardless of the subject matter.
for a scholarly lecture, that was pretty damn interesting. what did you expect? jokes?
stefan - nothing positive about you, that for sure.
How disarming. And profoundly adult.
stefan - why are you surprised about the answer ?you attacked me.for no reason.but this is a useless exchange boring.hmm ... maybe you should make a clud with meiville the "antisemite but i'll take kadafi's money any day" .
"stefan - why are you surprised about the answer ?you attacked me.for no reason."You'd make a good politician. Demagogue style."meiville the "antisemite but i'll take kadafi's money any day""Wow, you seem to be living in a fantasy world where you're celebrating eternal Opposite Day.
Since when did this turn into a political debate?I am solely talking about your puerile attitude here in the comment section.Look, I don't know who took a cataclysmic dump in your cereal bowl, but stop frothing at your mouth for no reason whatsoever. That's all am I going to say. Now go ahead and vent your frustration by lashing out at me.
no frustration stefan and coward anonymous dude.i have nothing to say to the opressor turned victim.changing roles, isn't that a literature means for something or other, stefan ?i saw in your website that you're an aspiring writer. maybe you can write about that.
I thought there were jokes. I thought the Wall Street Journal remark was quite humorous.
I was at that talk. Definitely literary. The previous day he gave a book reading of Kraken, before it was released. That was a more typical author/fan interaction-I even got my picture taken with him.
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