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But, apparently, I'm uninterested in saying any of that.
I can "face to face" with anything, and even I'd find it more interesting that way. As long as I can't see you being afraid and breaking down, it's boring. That's what I said there - show yourself worthy of my particular attention (become the kingmaker you said you could), and I may decide to come after you. Talking online like this is a boring and rather disgraceful affair. But you, apparently, aren't bright enough to understand that.
I'm great at fighting and strategising too - no matter what it may come down to, a savage like you can never hope to defeat me in any equally matched event.
It'd be shameful if your such words can have any effect on me, chimp (though you're already too savage to care about what you say). Seems like you've finally given up on your terrible plan... not like it'd matter either way.
If you ever rise so high that I can see you, I'll feast on your fear, and you'll regret being alive. I won't be ripping out, for that's too quick and rather painless... you will feel every bit of your final pain.
It's funny that even as it stands, I'm more of a Christian than you are, yet you're the one claiming to follow it.
I don't reply to insults or similar personal judgements, savage chimp. (Also, you aren't worth my clarification.)
Refrain from replying if that's all you can say.
No, your words are too worthless to hurt me.
I wonder why I even told anything about it to you... I'd recommend you don't get any wrong ideas as if I particularly care about you or something - you're just a repulsive idiot.
It's been a dishonourable act (as to you not believing any of it, that was very easily foreseeable). It's better that you dismiss it all as fantasy just like you're doing right now. I hope the command is clear, chimp, or I'll see to it that you go to hell for not having sufficient faith in your god and saviour (consider it the last time I'm using your religion to command you if you obey).
As obvious as it is that you couldn't be farther from analysing me (and how you expected me to make it easy for you... ridiculous), all of that is just you.
It was too easy to distinguish between the things I said, anyway. You could potentially have been much more accurate if you had any intellect.
If I didn't knew how much of a savage idiot you were, I'd hope you to remember what I said in our first encounter. You're too worthless, zombie chimp. I'd rather talk with your masters about the topic.
But, it'd be dishonourable that I interfere with a chimp forming judgements about me, so you can think whatever you want. From next time, I won't go so soft on you if you try any such things again.
Ah, chimp, you understand little of what power means and is about. I see that you are still angry that you had to follow my command, but I assure you, that isn't all. I can use unsafe religion for any purpose I want to, and any zombie like you will have to obey.
But that's a disgraceful thing to do, to use the scriptures of such religions for my purposes.
Now, if you're done accusing me of random and baseless stuff, that's good. Even if not, I'd recommend you don't get any wrong ideas as if you can 'rebel' against my will. No blue chickens or ear-biting is going to save you if I don't want it to.
But don't worry about any of that. I've heard some of you baboons can observe auras or something... you might prefer to learn/practice that.
journey through Theorems Ive not read but I may as i find the subject fascinating ,
Also, proofs (forgot to mention there). It's rather accessible, though, even for anyone understanding middle school maths.
The Man Who Knew Infinity : Life of the Genius Ramanujan
It was supposed to be on my reading list... I guess I'd forgotten about it.
I'll be reading it later.
Looks interesting I like graphic books I've read a fair bit on Russell a brilliant and original thinker
I'm also reading Action Philosophers! right now, but it'll probably end up with 4-stars from me. Many good books fall short of being great, apparently.
Trump might be a bridge too far for me
I don't think so... The book is rather accessible (though I wouldn't have minded much if it wasn't). He's a persuasive man with something between a twisted honour code and a marginal intellect - the perfect combination to have become the president.
maybe the chimp will supprise us with his choices
If, at this level of activity, he stays similarly idiotic for about 1-2 more weeks, it'd be established beyond reasonable doubt (and under some generic premises) that he isn't putting up an act.
So, with that, you can check whether him surprising us is probable enough to take into account.
Well, I'll keep the list short for now.
Journey through Genius; The Great Theorems of mathematics
It's fully accessible to anyone who understands upto basic high school maths. The author tells about some of the important theorems and their histories.
Logicomix; In the search for truth
This is the story of Bertrand Russell, a central figure in founding of analytic philosophy and one of the greatest logicians (also, an atheist).
On Writing (by Stephen King)
More than just a writing manual, it's like the collection of the author's personal memoirs on the topic. A great book for anyone interested on the topic.
Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster
I believe it can go without an introduction.
The Man who was Thursday
As a novel, it was very well-written. I'd like to tell about the storyline, but I won't consider it as complete enough without including the major climax, and that might spoil the fun should you decide to read it.
Those are, so far, the only books I've given a 5-star rating. (I also like many of the mangas, though.)
Of those I'm reading right now, Trump; Art of the Deal is worth a 4-star. He is pretty good at negotiations, and you'll find him refreshing if you feel bored by those like the chimp making inflated claims for their skills.