jonbehm

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  1. just now
    Thu 17 Aug 2017 01:29:24 PM GMT

    the Classical 22 minutes ago
    Sometimes we don't get the heroes we want but the ones we need

  2. 18 hours ago
    Wed 16 Aug 2017 07:39:51 PM GMT
    jonbehm posted in New Miscellany.

    Everyday it seems like civilization swirls a bit closer to the bottom of the toilet bowl

  3. 19 hours ago
    Wed 16 Aug 2017 06:32:19 PM GMT

    I'm sure "Madea goes to the Gulag" will be a rip-roarer

  4. Wed 16 Aug 2017 06:26:30 PM GMT

    or both

  5. 24 hours ago
    Wed 16 Aug 2017 01:52:51 PM GMT

    Arby_Headphones 16 minutes ago
    I think we should make Trump eat the statues.

  6. yesterday
    Wed 16 Aug 2017 01:28:54 PM GMT

    Maybe next to each statue they could build an even bigger statue of John Henry with a giant hammer posed to smash the racist statue?

  7. 2 days ago
    Tue 15 Aug 2017 09:52:23 PM GMT

    feeling like the desire to move to Canada isn't just an empty platitude anymore

  8. Tue 15 Aug 2017 08:08:30 PM GMT
    jonbehm posted in New Miscellany.

    If I didn't know better I would suspect that Ohmslice was made up specifically to troll this board

  9. Tue 15 Aug 2017 07:10:54 PM GMT
    jonbehm posted in New Miscellany.

    I have been getting random invites from people I don't know on this social media platform Alignable. It's so random - I have no idea how or why these people are adding me as a connection

  10. Tue 15 Aug 2017 03:50:20 PM GMT
    jonbehm posted in Cruel Books @ The Library.

    The Bible

    Review (spoiler alert): Badly edited, poor continuity and internal consistency. Authors seem to change between books. Plot is cliched and thin, with virtually no character development save for Judas Iscariot. The main characters of Jesus and Moses are entirely one dimensional messianic figures. The novel opens with Adam and Eve, and then ignores them for the next thousand pages or so. The built-in bookmark was a nice touch, but a little pretentious.

    Oddly, it wasn't shelved with the other fiction books.

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