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"alcoholic pulp novelists"

You got something against Bukowski?

What if the institutions, by merit of their parasitic design, are inherently negative while portending positivity in the "let's get along with the status quo" vibe, and being sincere about the need to re-assert humanity is the only authentically positive story, while seeming negative by virtue of its disruptive implications?

What then?


The institutions are never as set in stone as all that, especially these days, and if disruption is an outcome then that's usually a good thing.

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