You will rue what you have done

by Anonymous I was a 20 year old lad a month ago feeling gloomy from my country’s lock-downs and my idleness. It was in this dampness that I spotted a peculiar post on /lit/ where I drown lost hours by talking about books so i don’t have to read them. It was /lit/’s very own … [DO NOT CLICK]

‘Covid Blues’ by The Privy Poet

Been down with the Covid Been down fer sev’ral weeks Fer so long I been bedrid And when I breathe . . . I squeak   Corona’s made me sick Lethargy’s got me sicker I decided to take a trip ‘Ile I still got a good ticker And with twenty-twenty hindsight I should’ve reckonsidered   … [DO NOT CLICK]

The Tale of the Autist

By Alfred R. (haud ignota loquor!) I am contemplating not inditing a book, that is what I am doing right now. This is an endeavor at making the least engaging and worst experience for you. Question 1. -Why are you reading this? (labor ipse voluptas?) (e causa ignota?) Question 2. Do you optate some more … [DO NOT CLICK]

A Town by the Beach; or, Anon-Oedipus

I’ve sat down at a table with my dear friend, he doesn’t have a name. Guy I knew knew a girl who didn’t have a name either, had to pick one. He also knew a lot about this one game, town with no name. He wouldn’t stop talking about how it replicated scenes from a … [DO NOT CLICK]

Industrial Society and its Future

Introduction 1. The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race. They have greatly increased the life-expectancy of those of us who live in “advanced” countries, but they have destabilized society, have made life unfulfilling, have subjected human beings to indignities, have led to widespread psychological suffering (in the Third … [DO NOT CLICK]