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DigginDeeper 91 points ago +91 / -0

All libs repeat after me: "FLORIDA DOES NOT EXIST".

fucking morons.

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Stallionstyle 49 points ago +49 / -0

THIS. If the argument is about the warm weather versus cold weather, "SOUTH DAKOTA DOES NOT EXIST." Yeah, they still had the largest motorcycle rally in the USA on Aug. 8, 2021.

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No_cucks 31 points ago +31 / -0

How could they? I thought they all died at the 2020 rally?????

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Buce-Nudo 15 points ago +15 / -0

If net neutrality didn't kill you, surely the coof will.

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thisisatestof2 6 points ago +6 / -0

I thought they also killed everyone and the rest of the country when they traveled from said motorcycle rally back to their home states and killed everyone there.

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No_cucks 4 points ago +4 / -0

Oh, yeah, shit. I forgot about all those deaths as well. Yes, this super spreader event did us all in. I apologize for being such a bigot and saying it only killed everyone at the 2020 rally.

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Building7 5 points ago +5 / -0

The liberals were telling me that the reason Africa doesn’t have Covid is because the people are dying but they don’t notice because people die all the time. That’s a literally what people with masters and PhD’s say

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DoMe22 15 points ago +15 / -0

Whenever you bring up Florida, they show a graph of excess deaths.

Anyone have a reliable way to knock them off their high horse?

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Inquisitor_Corvus 14 points ago +15 / -1

A rock to the side of the head works wonders.

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Brobold 9 points ago +9 / -0

I still don't know what excess deaths even means. We had less deaths last year than normal but somehow more excess deaths? Wtf

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DoMe22 4 points ago +4 / -0

Well their argument is that Florida is so well off, because they just let people die in order to allow natural herd immunity to run its course. There is a graph that shows a spike in "Covid Related" deaths that they like to post in response to anything Florida-adjacent.

While I think that's probably the correct course of action--just let the people who this virus will kill, die. That number is actually statistically irrelevant--it isn't exactly going to wake anybody up, and it comes across callous, and cold.

Because "covid related" is such a loose term that can apply to so many deaths that have nothing to do with covid killing someone, I agree, they look silly. But I want to change their minds.

I refuse to give up hope on my peers. Our argument cannot be based on rights and freedoms, if we do not respect their right and freedom to be wrong, while moving forward to correct it.

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Illinois4Trump 5 points ago +5 / -0

Who fucking cares if they pull up some dumbass graph, I don't even argue with these people anymore there is no point they are too far gone.

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DoMe22 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's your prerogative.

The reality is that we're still quite far from shooting one another in the streets. I would like to continue having the conversation.

So to answer your question. I care. The only thing wrong is that they're wrong, and won't admit it.

The way you fix it, is by being irrefutable. Why? Because if they're mad enough, they'll start looking for ways to prove you wrong, and run headlong into true statements, or the realization that they were wrong.

That's the place you want to leave people, so that they can go through the process of accepting it.

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tangotom 2 points ago +2 / -0

Props to you. Lots of people give up on reaching out to people because it's so easy to get burned by assholes. You won't always change peoples' minds, but sometimes you only need to plant the seeds. Change isn't an immediate process for a lot of people.

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JimEagle76 1 point ago +1 / -0

These sheep will never change their minds. Let me know when the shooting in the streets starts, I'm saving my energy till then.

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DoMe22 1 point ago +1 / -0

"I could try to take the wheel before we crash. But I'm too busy bracing myself for impact."

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Mother_of_gains 1 point ago +1 / -0

Show them New York and New Jersey.

Also, after this winter all of the Northeast states will catch up to Florida again.

They're taking advantage of the fact that the southeast went through their late summer surge (just like 2020) and the Northeast is just entering their heavy seasonal cold and flu season. If you ask for those same graphs in February, they'll just call you a racist.

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DoMe22 1 point ago +1 / -0

I will find some numerical evidence and give this a shot. I'm pretty handy with Excel. Lets see if I can't make my own graph.

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unicornpoop 0 points ago +1 / -1

More suicide deaths than flu deaths. More car accident deaths than flu deaths. For the flu, last year was actually mild. Weak minded people want to be scared. They need something to fear. Leave them behind, you can't save them.

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ScullyMully 3 points ago +3 / -0

Those were all escapees from Cuomo's death camps running to Boca, already infected

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Crownius 2 points ago +2 / -0

Show them the correct covid death statistics to their own state. Namely any blue state that as the same or more .

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Panopticon 2 points ago +2 / -0

They were net neutrality related

😂 OK save that for after a real answer

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OrangeFruitGood 2 points ago +2 / -0

I went to Florida last May. Tons of young people at the putt-putt course at night. No masks. It was like clown world didn't exist.

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one3five 16 points ago +16 / -0

i'm late to the party with the same comment

he stopped writing a long time ago

other people do it for him

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Southasiangir1 6 points ago +6 / -0

Oh, so no more pedo material in his books?

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johnqpublic864 2 points ago +3 / -1

Well, The Outsider had plenty of Pedo material. It was released in 2018. It's literally about a baseball coach who ass raped a kid (in graphic detail) and killed him. But it turns out it wasn't the baseball coach, just a demon that took on his identity. Like, apologist porn for pedos. They can't help it. A demon (faggot pedo urge) manifests itself and can't be stopped. Like how they don't want sleepwalking arsonists to face any punishment after they torch an apartment building. I read the book. He used to be a good writer. Just like Michael Jackson was undeniably a good singer and dancer, Roman Polanski was a good director, etc. Kinda flies out the window when they are/support pedophiles. Maybe another van will finally finish the job. Too bad King wasn't at that parade. Should've told him in was a fag pride parade and he was the grand marshal.

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freeamerica4ever 3 points ago +3 / -0

I grew up reading his books and loving them. I respected him as a writer, but his politics are so shockingly bad it's like he died in the 90s for me.

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FireannDireach 2 points ago +2 / -0

King was an OK writer. His early books had a certain charm to them, because of the alien world of rural Maine was a unique setting. He's better at short stories, imho.

But then I discovered Peter Straub.

Now that guy is a fantastic author. Try "Floating Dragon" or "Shadowland" or "Ghost Story", they're extremely well written books.

I could tell who wrote what when he wrote The Talisman with King, I honestly think he had to dumb himself down a bit to match with King's style of writing.

I gave up on King with Insomnia. Sorry, I don't have time for books that go on and on and on and on for chapter after chapter, because cocaine is a hell of a drug.

It's always disappointing when your favorite author goes off the deep end. I love Heinlein, but his obsession with incest in his later works is disturbing.

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PraiseBeToScience 7 points ago +7 / -0

So you're saying the writing improved?

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anotherthing 4 points ago +4 / -0

Knock him all you want, but he did predict the rise of sentient automobiles running over streets full of people.

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PraiseBeToScience 3 points ago +3 / -0

Oh my god, this may be one of the funniest things I've read on this site in months.

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ottomanboyscout 5 points ago +5 / -0

He's to be snorting pills to bother

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GrayManNumber333 4 points ago +4 / -0

And feeding the alligators in his basement.

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yeldarb1983 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's a shame. He was one of my favorite accidentally hilarious authors of all time.

Not even joking, Tommyknockers had my sides in orbit

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TommyJarvis 43 points ago +43 / -0

Remember in It when the Losers Club (a group of 11 year old boys) gang banged an 11 year old girl and he described in detail how she liked it and what their penises felt like inside her? Remember that?

Remember in Children of the Corn the pagan child orgy in the church?

Those are two examples I can think of just from his books I read myself, I’m sure there’s more. King is a pedo scumbag.

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PKShadilay 21 points ago +21 / -0

Anal With a Handgun in The Stand In the restored version of the Stand, the pyromaniac Trashcan Man gets a lot more exposition, especially when it comes to his journey from Powtanville, Indiana after he blows up the Cheery Oil Company, burning himself badly in the process, and his eventual arrival in Las Vegas to enter the service of Randall Flagg as a weapons procurer. Along the way he ends up the unwitting company of a young psychopath who goes by "The Kid". The Kid lives for four things, his fast car, Pabst Blue Ribbon, well-coifed hair, and getting to Vegas to start telling Flagg what to do. His insane behavior gets him and Trash almost killed several times, but the real freak-out is when Trash wakes up one night to find a horny Kid in bed with him rubbing his wang on Trash's thigh demanding Trash jerk him off. Hoping to get the murderous little midget settled and away from him, Trash complies, but apparently not enough to satisfy The Kid, who starts working the barrel of his gun into Trash's ass as a threat to continue the act. Against his own will, this ends up exciting Trash as well, though The Kid declines to offer any kind of reciprocity. It's a special kind of prick that invades a man's dirt button with a loaded weapon while getting rough tugged and not even have the decency to offer a reacharound. That guy totally deserved to get eaten by wolves.

Electro-rape in Apt Pupil In Apt Pupil, a preteen boy named Todd discovers a notorious Nazi war criminal living in secret in his small town. Rather than turn him in, he approaches Kurt Dussander in order to learn more about the Holocaust straight from the bastard horse's mouth, threatening him with exposure if he doesn't comply. Dussander describes in great detail the atrocities committed in the concentration camps over the course of many years, and as Todd grows up the exposure to such inhumane cruelty begins to warp his mind into something dark and evil. King shows Todd's first wet dream as a teenager. In it, he is an assistant to Dussander in a medical experiment involving a 16-year-old Jewish girl. Dussander orders Todd to strap on an insulated condom that delivers electric shocks from the tip. Todd uses this to rape the girl, slowly increasing the voltage until she is screaming uncontrollably before waking up covered in semen. Speaking of semen...

Licking Semen-Stained Sheets in Dedication Dedication is not one of Stephen King's better short stories, and may in fact be the worse. It's the tale of a black maid who cleans the room a famous, but personally loathsome writer frequently rents. The writer has the habit of compulsively masturbating in the bed, leaving the stained sheets for the maid to clean up since he's apparently too precious to use a gym sock like a gentleman. The maid, who is pregnant, randomly decides one day that instead of just throwing away the cool and drying spooge, she'll start licking it up instead. In the book, this is apparently some kind of bizarre, magical compulsion she has that will somehow enhance her unborn son with manonaise from the rich, talented, and successful. Believe it or not, there is a really strange element of science involved with this. Dr. Gustaaf Dekker of the University of Adelaide found in a study that a woman who regularly ingests semen during oral sex finds herself at a significantly reduced risk of miscarriage. The theory is that getting the female body used to exposure to male genetic material makes it less likely that her immune system will attack a fetus baring those traits. Keep in mind, this only works with the father of the child, so lapping up jungle juice off of a fart-smelling hotel sheet won't really do any good preventing miscarriage, and under no circumstances does swallowing a load give a baby talents or skills. Otherwise groupies would have birthed an army of Hendrixes and Claptons by now. On the other hand, it might explain the elevated level of douchebags in the world.

The Incredibly Detailed Child Rape in the Library Policeman A lackluster novella in Four Past Midnight, the Library Policeman follows an insurance salesman named Sam as he unwittingly falls into a trap set up by a demonic librarian to kill him and assume his identity in order continue her life as a murderer of children. Yeah, it's not really a very deep book, easily the weakest in a collection that already pretty much sucks save for the excellence of the Langoliers. Sam hates libraries, and as he moves to his final confrontation with the demon we see why in a dream of a repressed memory on a plane. When Sam a little boy, he was returning some overdue books when a, man stopped him outside the library. The man claims to be a policeman, and orders Sam to come with him to pay the fine on his books. The fine ends up being a prolonged anal rape of the boy, and I do mean prolonged. The grown man forces his massive penis into Sam's ass as he's forced against a wall, all described with intimate detail of almost every thrust for four whole agonizing pages. It's the sort of thing that if a director put in a film he would probably be cockpunched to death for, but King keeps it going and going and going. It may in fact be the most detailed sex scene in all his work, save one.

The Children's Gangbang in It It is probably the first book in the chronological King bibliography where you can point and say, "Here is where editors stopped telling King to rein that shit in." The novel of a shapeshifting, child-hunting demon named Pennywise is almost 1,100 pages long. Still, it's a good tale about the power of friendship and the strength of childhood imagination. In fact, it's exactly that that helps seven kids overcome an ancient evil. That being said, apparently overcoming being lost in the sewers can only be done by having six 11-year-old boys sequentially fuck an 11-year-old girl... by her invitation. Seriously, the gang has just brought about the end (At least they believe so) of a pan-dimensional monster in mortal combat. They've slain something that's claimed thousands of lives in their town in the most gruesome manner imaginable, but suddenly the concept of tunnels is just too much to overcome without a sudden, magical orgy. And it's all the girl, Beverly's, idea. She realizes that the group needs "bringing back together" and the only way to do that is to lose her virginity in a mass hump session. To be fair, it's actually portrayed with a lot of love, certainly in comparison to the parade of sexual atrocity that's preceded it on this list, but no matter how many references to affection, bird-watching, lazy days spent reading funny books, or poetry, it's still seven pages of a grade-school group sex session. Its sheer randomness lands it the top spot. Did I mention the Bill Denbrough, the guy that gets sloppy sixths, is pretty much a transparent stand-in for King himself?

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YT45 14 points ago +14 / -0

Jesus, how the hell is that guy not in prison?

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yeldarb1983 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hasn't actually gotten caught doing anything yet...

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Energizedbeardedpede 4 points ago +4 / -0

Not to mention the eating of people by vampires or low men in the dark tower series. Mainly at the Dixie pig. There is a tapestry hanging on the wall of the restaurant where they cook human flesh that depicts Arthur Eld eating a baby’s leg. Also the eating the children of the calla’s brains to strengthen the beam breaker’s power to break the beams holding up the dark tower.

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Steelflite 4 points ago +4 / -0

I remember little white running Sam turning into little red bleeding Sam. Kings words, not mine.

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becky21k1 2 points ago +2 / -0

IIRC in Salem's Lot there are some references to sexuality with children too.

Personally, I blame King for 9/11 and I'm not sure why no one else has. Read the last few pages of The Running Man - the book is nothing like the movie.

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PraiseBeToScience 2 points ago +2 / -0

Too bad that car wasn't going just a little bit faster.

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Fellwind 9 points ago +9 / -0

Came in here to mention how he's a pedo. Glad someone else jumped on it.

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YoMamma2020 9 points ago +9 / -0

100% pedo

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LibtardsAreTrash [S] 5 points ago +6 / -1

Can't say I do but damn thanks for the head's up holy crap.

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TommyJarvis 13 points ago +13 / -0

Yeah, I’m torn because I read a lot of his books as a kid and I loved them, even though they were often pretty sick and twisted. That was the appeal, they were trash horror novels.

What he’s become makes me sick though.

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consumptiveballerina 6 points ago +6 / -0

This. By the time I turned 18 I had pretty much stopped reading his books. A lot of gratuitous bizarre sexual shit.

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yeldarb1983 3 points ago +3 / -0

Kinda like Dean koontz better honestly...

That and Michael Crichton

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consumptiveballerina 2 points ago +2 / -0

James Rollins is my favorite.

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

Havent read him, what kind of stuff does he do?

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consumptiveballerina 2 points ago +2 / -0

I didn't think of would be this hard to explain. Personally, I like his books because I'm an engineer and a Christian, and his novels blend science and religion in a way that leaves me awed. Because the narrative for a long time is that the two are at odds. The science he uses is always cutting-edge and somewhat fantastical, but based in reality. Dammit, someone help me out. "Science spies" might be a good way to put it, but it boils down to good vs. evil.

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FireannDireach 1 point ago +1 / -0

I like Crichton a lot, and I can't recall any gratuitous sex in his books. Or sex at all. Perhaps you're thinking of someone else?

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

nah, lol.

I'm just saying, stephen king is great at being accidentally hilarious (tommyknockers, tommknockers, knocking at your door <==read that like a chant at random moments, that was my experience with the book), but Koontz and Crichton write better fiction overall in my opinion.

The fact that Crichton's books have bibliographies doesn't hurt either, lol.

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TheEnclave89 4 points ago +4 / -0

I've never liked Stephen King's writing, or stories, as they're more rantings of a madman more so than of a horror author. Like you said, he has a very weird, deliberate (he chooses to included those particular topics by themselves), pedo bent in his horror, which I think he's projecting his own disgusting views in his work; I don't think one can truly separate the author/artist from the product, as their perspective is used to bring the work to reality.

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SauronWasFramed 18 points ago +18 / -0

King: hates Christian’s, especially Catholics….as reflected by the characters in his books.

Has used the n word more times than Robert Byrd.

He’s a disgusting human

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EvJohn 11 points ago +11 / -0

And whatever legacy he had, it's overshadowed by his TDS and continued stupidity.

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Brendancs0 3 points ago +3 / -0

i loved his books but similar to most once talented boomers they sold out so long ago they don’t know who the fuck they are.

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HockeyMom4Trump 15 points ago +15 / -0

Stephen King’s It is an autobiography. He is a pedophile clown living in a sewer

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FlyinHeadlock 15 points ago +15 / -0

I always get my political and medical advice from the worst paperback writer on the planet. I thought everyone did this?

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LibtardsAreTrash [S] 12 points ago +13 / -1

I get my medical advice from Elmo & Big Bird. So far so good.

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Ez_mac 4 points ago +4 / -0

Listen, the guy is retarded politically, but he’s arguably the most popular/accomplished writer of the 20th century. He has a ton of great books.

Like Lebron James is equally insufferable as a social commentator, but I would never say he’s the worst basketball player

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FireannDireach 2 points ago +2 / -0

Popular, yes.

Accomplished? Nah. I can list tons of authors who out-write easily.

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MaoHadOnly1Testicle 1 point ago +1 / -0

He made a bunch of money, won awards (not literary [which are cucked anyway but I digress] but for horror fiction), and inspired movies. I think it's fair to say that he's accomplished.

Is he a good writer? No. His books are entertainment and nothing more.

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yeldarb1983 2 points ago +2 / -0

Say what you want about Piers Anthony, he keeps his weird kinks to a minimum in his boss

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mkdir-not-war 1 point ago +2 / -1

Robert Jordan died in 2007 unfortunately

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Alloutwar 8 points ago +9 / -1

He used to be a great writer.Salems Lot and Dead Zone come to mind.Even the one about Kennedy's assassination. But has hasn't written anything worth a damn in years.In his books the hero is either a teacher or writer.He thinks writers are the shit.Also, the Christians usually have their thumb up their ass and Liberals are morally perfect.Funny thing is - I read his book on writing- his mother was a Republican.

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Diotima 6 points ago +6 / -0

The Stand is good... also Duma Key underrated.... I love his writing but hate King as a person. I won't read his newer stuff.

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MaoHadOnly1Testicle 1 point ago +1 / -0

I won't read his newer stuff.

Good choice.

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PKShadilay 4 points ago +4 / -0

The Dark Tower books are pretty good too.

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Winter_bow_huntress 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yes until he wrote himself into the series lol seriously what kind of narcissist writes himself into his own fictional story?

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PraiseBeToScience 1 point ago +1 / -0

They're good if you stop reading after the third book and just imagine a better ending.

The fourth book wasn't bad but it it's the literary version of the 'deedly-deedly-deedly' fade-out flashback scene in a TV series. Like only 10% of the book isn't a flashback. As a standalone story, it's fine, I guess, but the MIDDLE book of a series being a massive recounting of events that happened 30 years prior is horrific pacing. The entire book could've been written as a "book zero" prequel instead of 'Roland tells a thirty-hour-long story in one night'.

Then he got hit by a car and while blitzed out of his mind on opiates, he threw the last three books together in a fucking weekend (like, seriously, he may actually have done that, all of them came out within a year of each other) where he writes himself into his own story, one entire book is entirely about purchasing real estate or something, and then they defeat the Crimson King by literally erasing him. Like, with an eraser.

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mkdir-not-war 1 point ago +1 / -0

I loved king in high school. Read the whole dark tower series front to back in a summer.

I go back now to try to read it and I can't. It's not because of his politics, I've just grown out of the books, significantly. I can't get ten pages in.

But I still love Salem's Lot

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bigdickhangsright 4 points ago +4 / -0

Salem's Lot is great. TDT is overcooked and packed with fluff. The series could have been 2-3 books and much better for it.

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MaoHadOnly1Testicle 1 point ago +1 / -0

11/22/63 was about a guy who goes back in time and enjoys the early 1960s. Basically a nostalgia trip that takes up 90% of the book.

In the remaining 10% of the book, he stops the JFK assassination, goes back to the future to get a quick history lesson (literally just one page of another character telling him what happened), then immediately goes back to undo it. The end.

Trash.

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Dave___Smith 7 points ago +7 / -0

Stephen King excels at telling fairy tells.

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Groundpounder 6 points ago +6 / -0

What an accomplished writer… someone we’re to believe can’t do 5 minutes of research to realize his talking points don’t reflect reality

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Quality 5 points ago +5 / -0

Creative-minded individuals typically aren't so easily manipulated.

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TheEnclave89 2 points ago +2 / -0

Only if the particular creative minded individual is innately depraved, then that individual will side with those which share their compulsion for degradation.

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GreatestAmericanHero 5 points ago +5 / -0

You can tell him all you want. Dude's an NPC true believer.

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_Sully_ 4 points ago +4 / -0

People are only blaming Biden for his blind allegiance to satan. He just makes up that they are blaming Biden for COVID. Normal people do not do that. They blame him for everything he is doing to keep the policies of the pandemic going.

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LibtardsAreTrash [S] 6 points ago +7 / -1

And they're SO long.

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TommyJarvis 4 points ago +4 / -0

He’s a pedo scum, but I grew up reading his books. I love his earlier stuff, back before he got sober. His later stuff the creative juice dried up and he got political. Happens.

I still think Christine is one of the coolest books I’ve ever read.

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KernalMustard 2 points ago +2 / -0

The 2nd he stopped being a good read was Wizards and Glass. Everything after has been horrible

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ParticleCannon 4 points ago +4 / -0

Also NY Times: ignorant masses try to vaccinate anything that moves, including animals that can't get COVID and children that aren't affected by it, then blame Trump supporters because their vaccine doesn't work

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schnazzmizzle 3 points ago +3 / -0

Off base, as usual.

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762xPat 3 points ago +3 / -0

I used to like King, read a lot, especially in the military pre internet days.

I noticed he writes a LOT about rape, and kiddie rape in his books. Not surprised he is a lefty.

When there is smoke, there is fire.

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Trumpdidit 3 points ago +3 / -0

Fish Face says what?

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stealthboy 3 points ago +3 / -0

The brainwashed have been told what to think and what the reality is. You cannot convince them otherwise, even with data and logic.

I want to think in the back of their minds they all know they made a terrible mistake and are just doubling-down because they cannot admit it.

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Dragluian1 2 points ago +2 / -0

Where's a van when you need one?

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unicornpoop 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wish I had twatter just to call this piece of shit a pedo.

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Persuasion 2 points ago +2 / -0

He writes an elementary school level because he thinks at an elementary school level.

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Jmricht 2 points ago +2 / -0

Over/under on he’s a pedo?

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Meddlesom 2 points ago +2 / -0

When kids in school were reading King, I was reading Heinlein, Asimov and Clarke.

Still not listening to you, Stevie.

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FireannDireach 2 points ago +2 / -0

Same. I was getting into them, and Pohl, Niven, and McCaffery, along with Michener, Clavell, and Clancy, raiding the bookcases in our house (all of us were big bookworms, both parents and siblings.) I also discovered Mark Twain, and other classic authors. I read the King books, like everyone else, they were okay, if a quick read.

I think of him like Dan Brown, with his awful Da Vinci Code books - quickly written, easy to read beach books. They sold millions, because advertising works, but god damn, they're awful at a literary level. Especially Dan Brown. That hack always astounded me - the idiot wrote a book set in the Louvre - and never detailed or spent any time taking about the art there. I honestly think he wrote it, never stepping foot in the place. Dan Brown will always be the worst author of the 2000's to me. Just awful. I can recommend so many books on the same kind of subject, like Ecco's Foucault's Pendulum, or for some serious woo woo energy, Holy Blood, Holy Cross (thanks Art Bell!), who Brown stole liberally from for his schlocky books.

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Meddlesom 1 point ago +1 / -0

Tom Clancy really had a way of seeing these vastly terrifying, but completely plausible scenarios. It's a shame what hollywood is doing to Tom Clancy's legacy. In fact, it's a shame what the CIA is doing to his legacy by being the total opposite of the good guys... of course Clancy touched on that quite often, but I wonder what he would have thought about the CIA turning out to be such villains.

A friend of mine got his first book published this year, and given your list of authors, you would probably like it. Archer's Thread by Noel Zamot. He's a patriot too. The only problem... it's the first book in a trilogy, and we gotta wait for the rest. There's already talk of it being made into a movie. It reminds me of a mashup of Clancy, Ludlum, and a bit of Timothy Zahn's non-Star Wars science fiction.

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AlphabetAgencyFags 2 points ago +2 / -0

He’s a sick, diabolical man in his books are real trash. The book “it” literally has a child rape pedo orgy scene

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ChuckedBeef 2 points ago +2 / -0

This guy is garbage.

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runonce 2 points ago +2 / -0

I liked some of his stuff quite a bit until it became impossible to keep track of anything because of his constant rehashing of older works.He's no Ray Bradbury.

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TheUpsetter 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ever read his books? Dude is a pervert of the highest and filthiest order. Pretty sure he orders pizza with Barack and Joe.

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labajada 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's just one long book that won't end.

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Qaptain_QeQ 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, but Republicans didn't grow up and join the slavery, child-molester party like you did, Stephen.

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Do_the_Math 2 points ago +2 / -0

I only blame Biden for continuing the COVID scam. As soon as the liberals and MSM face the reality that COVID is over, we can all move on.

As to King, I still like his work, but all that cocaine rotted his brain. I am enjoying Dean Koontz more than ever these days.

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COanon 2 points ago +2 / -0

Unfathomable that so many that we liked and followed are really nothing but dog shit as a person. I think each and every one of them have past crimes to hide. That is why they side with a senile faux resident in DC.

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Flipakademsarepedos 2 points ago +2 / -0

King needs to die already

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gimpchimp 2 points ago +2 / -0

Remember when he got run over while walking down the road??? Man those were good times.

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TurdFerguson 2 points ago +2 / -0

I used to love his books growing up but that crap isn’t readable now.

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TheOutlawPepeWales 2 points ago +2 / -0

He never did have a firm grip on reality.

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AerialRush 2 points ago +2 / -0

Stephen Cuck is a selfish, irrelevant, pedophilic progtard anyway.

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Symonize 2 points ago +2 / -0

Isn't he a fiction writer? Seems appropriate 🤔

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covok48 1 point ago +1 / -0

All I know him for now is being the occasional Commie psycho. He hasn’t written anything worthwhile since what? 2007?

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dagoat4l 1 point ago +1 / -0

Let's not forget this dude used to do hardcore drugs write about children have orgies. Ole boy brain is fried and you got to question things. Last don't give a fuck what he wants. I want his ass gone to any country that would take him not the good ole USA.

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Do_the_Math 1 point ago +1 / -0

Someone needs to tell King that COVID is not Captain Tripps.

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OdieOD 1 point ago +1 / -0

That guy's turned into such a fucking moron.

Figures a guy who spent his life dreaming up fiction would be so ignorant of reality in his old age.

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DeathArrow 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just visited his homestate of Maine a few weeks ago. You wouldn't believe all of the bullshit, contradictory and eventually quite maddening mask rules, requests and signs all over the place. They even have big mailboxes in public with the words FREE MASKS on the side. That has to be sanitary, right? Right?

Fortunately, everyone there seemed to be aware of the madness and for the most part, they/we went about our lives/vacations maskless.

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penguinjay1212 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just in, "IM AN ASTROTURFING FAGGOT WITH A WEIRD ASS JAW WHO WROTE A BOOK WITH A 7 v 1 CHILD GANGBANG IN IT. I'm Deliberately lying to you fucktards right now and you wont believe me if I told you..."

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IvIA6A 1 point ago +1 / -0

He can fuck right off. There are tons of pictures of Pelosi, Biden, and other leadership going to weddings, walking through restaurants, doing fundraisers etc with no mask or social distancing.

How about listening to the science that says cloth masks don't do shit

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buckiemohawk 1 point ago +1 / -0

MASK DO NOT WORK. All those mask do is make it easier for you to get sinus and lung infections. The only time you should wear a mask like that is if you have a serious cough and need to go in public

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GreyKnight 1 point ago +1 / -0

What is missing is that where there are mask mandates, there are test mandates. If only people who were sick and wanted to be tested were, then case numbers collapse because they need the false positive test for cases and deaths.

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bratt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Did you read Stephen King's latest novel? Jab Sematary