Deepfreeze32 wrote:Alright, double post. You guys don't read enough books worthy of note, apparently.
I finished the Foundation series....
....and I'm now reading Atlas Shrugged. Gogo objectivism.
Harvester wrote:Yeah but objectivism doesn't work, haven't you played Bioshock?
Harvester wrote:That's not to say the answer necessarily lies with the Democratic party; some those guys have other ideas that go against the teachings of Jesus.
Lazarus wrote:Wait, you think Republicans are aany different from Democrats?
Wait, we're talking politics in a book thread?
Waaaaaaaaaaaait a minute!
Anyway, I've been reading through A Song of Ice and Fire, ye olde dark fantasy series by GRRM.
It's dark, it's gritty, it's morbid, it's full of death and destruction and immorality and evil. and I have yet to find one character who I could really call "good". Even the children! It's not that most of the kids are evil(some are really evil, of course), but they only reason they aren't evil is because they're too young to do a whole lot of damage and they manage to cause plenty of trouble age notwithstanding.
As for the adults, the less said about their burning and raping and pillaging and looting, the better.
Great series. I've finished the first two, books three and four just came in the mail! Now if only GRRM would release A Dance with Dragons. I fear it is becoming a new Duke Nukem Forever.
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