Originally Posted by Squerlli
If you want to read good sci-fi, look up William Gibson and Neal Stephenson. Throw in some Phillip K Dick and you're set.
I would nominate George R R Martin, but he's more in the fantasy camp than sci-fi.
Neal Stephenson varies wildly
who wants to read some free books? Cory Dochtorow gives his books away online.
Here read this you pricks
How is giving bj's to vampires the cause the apocalypse? Take some goddamn responsibility.
Originally Posted by HappyOldGuy
You guys need to read real books like Tom Sawyer. Pay close attention to when Huck finn Kimuras Aunt Polly.
Damn you Tortelli, now i have to do push-ups!!!!
If you are actually looking for good hard boiled magical realism, and not someones WOD homebrew masquerading as literature, read Tim Powers.
Chardin- Seriously dude, don't provoke Errant on the subject of non-con Bhut sechs...
He'll **** you up!!
He knows t3h T@ntr1c sechs!!!!
So unless you want to become a sobbing shell of a human being, with a burnt out asshole and cum-shot exit wounds, I advise you to back away carefully!!!
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The best sci fi was written by Arthur C. Clarke, Philip K. Dick, and Kurt Vonnegut. Yes, I put Vonnegut in that category; if you disagree, you need to read more of his short stories.
I find this thread topic kind of funny, because even when I was a young lad reading Robert Jordan's "Wheel of Time" books many years past, I thought all "t3h d34dly" wristlocking performed by some of the characters was BS.
Royce Gracie is five feet tall and 100 pounds? Damn, the camera does add some pounds. And, apparently, some inches.
Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli
I guess I should have added "effortlessly" to my original sentence. Karrin Murphy beats huge, tough guys with ridiculous ease. Royce Gracie worked for his victories.