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Attractive Promises By Evil Andrew Wilcox
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This is a serious guide for the student wanting to master the art of owning and controlling their fellow human beings, or for those wishing to attain freedom from the ancient arts forever. The art... More > of selling promises is as old as time itself, and while buying empty promises does give some hope when all else is failing, they ultimately make slaves of those who cling to them so desperately.< Less
Attractive Conspiracy By Evil Andrew Wilcox
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Want to know why the "flaw of attraction" isn't working for you? Because... It's a lie. It's an empty set of promises. It's a cleverly designed "belief drug" for those needing... More > and wanting hope in their lives. It's a for-profit religion. Hear the truth from an insider, who spent many years "teaching" and trying to utilize the "flaw of attraction" for himself. There is still hope though, but whether or not it's for you is for you to decide.< Less
Forum Hero Tales, Volume I By Commissar D the EviL
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The Forum Heroes are a crazy crew who helped someone win WWII, we're just not sure who! Their hijinks on the Ostfront are wild, foolish, but mostly unbelievable. More fun if you're a member of... More > Feldgrau, but anyone can find humor in their Tales!< Less
The Toaster Method for Universal Domination By Evil Andrew Wilcox
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The only true way to manifest abundance into one's life. The Toaster Method for Universal Domination allows the true believer to own and possess anything and anyone they desire.
Forum Hero Tales, Volume II By Commissar D the EviL
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The Forum Heroes are a crazy crew who helped someone win WWII, we're just not sure. Their hijinks on the Ostfront are wild, foolish, but mostly unbelievable. More fun if you're a member of Feldgrau,... More > but anyone can find humor in their Tales!< Less
Fight Evil With Evil By Teejay LeCapois
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The life and times of Peterson Alexander Leconte, a bisexual Haitian-American corporate lawyer who moonlights as a vigilante under the tutelage of his uncle Mike, a semi-retired Massachusetts State... More > Police Trooper. Together, they fight the murderers, sociopaths and serial killers who plague the vast metropolis of Boston, Massachusetts. What happens when the police and their enemies catch up to them ?< Less
Fight Evil With Evil By Teejay LeCapois
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The life and times of a bisexual Haitian-American corporate lawyer who moonlights as a vigilante under the tutelage of his uncle, a retired Massachusetts State Trooper. Together, they fight the... More > murderers, sociopaths and serial killers who plague the vast metropolis of Boston, Massachusetts.< Less
See No Evil Live No Evil By Baleigh Closson
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A short story about a girl who finds out she is adopted and a witch. Wish I could make it longer but I didn't want to add dullness.
See No Evil Live No Evil By Baleigh Closson
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A short story about a girl who finds out she is adopted and a witch. Wish I could make it longer but I didn't want to add dullness.
Paganesimi Elettrici By Evil Monkey
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Nel cyberspazio dei blog musicali, e in verità anche tra le pagine della stampa specializzata, la “recensione” dell’album è ancora uno dei pezzi forti, il formato... More > perfetto per ogni post, per ogni colonna da riempire, soprattutto per fare, nel bene e nel male, un po’ di propaganda. Eppure c’è sempre qualcosa che non convince del tutto. Sul versante internet, per esempio, è quasi inevitabile che ogni blogger finisca per recensire ciò che più ama e di cui ha più piacere di scrivere e diffondere, col risultato che sommando le opinioni di ogni spazio web abbiamo sempre album “fantastici, eccellenti, seminali…”. Non per scarso spirito critico o eccessiva superficialità, ma per troppo amore verso la propria musica. Una seconda considerazione, più ampia, che può interessare anche la carta stampata: ha ancora utilità recensire un album in un’epoca in cui chiunque, in pochi secondi, può ascoltarlo senza spendere un centesimo? E’ ancora un’ opinione utile o semplicemente pubblicità?< Less