I f**king love Stephen King

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He's a typical man for his age and time and all the men around here have his haircut and general looks. Factory workers who went on May 1 demos every year who now look as long as their face is when it comes to how cheated they were by those in power. Most cannot even live off the pension and sell motor bikes and cars and things and age badly in just the first year as a pensioner.
Some can be seen outside those cheap stores looking through the garbage bins for PET bottles they can get money for. Most of them got jobs and benefits from being party and union members picking and choosing at work and ending up with crap benefits like taking care of filling the first rescue station with band aid.
They are extremely immune to the truth and follow fake news like slaves loving to get dumber every day. King had the right background and political ideas to become the success he is but there were thousands out there much better than him that never got the chance cause they never sold their soul.
His works are in fact his subconscious being aware he sold his soul and what awaits him when he dies.
 
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He's a typical man for his age and time and all the men around here have his haircut and general looks. Factory workers who went on May 1 demos every year who now look as long as their face is when it comes to how cheated they were by those in power. Most cannot even live off the pension and sell motor bikes and cars and things and age badly in just the first year as a pensioner.
Some can be seen outside those cheap stores looking through the garbage bins for PET bottles they can get money for. Most of them got jobs and benefits from being party and union members picking and choosing at work and ending up with crap benefits like taking care of filling the first rescue station with band aid.
They are extremely immune to the truth and follow fake news like slaves loving to get dumber every day. King had the right background and political ideas to become the success he is but there were thousands out there much better than him that never got the chance cause they never sold their soul.
His works are in fact his subconscious being aware he sold his soul and what awaits him when he dies.

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The master of modern horror returns with a loose-knit parapsychological thriller that touches on territory previously explored in Firestarter and Carrie.

Tim Jamieson is a man emphatically not in a hurry. As King’s (The Outsider, 2018, etc.) latest opens, he’s bargaining with a flight attendant to sell his seat on an overbooked run from Tampa to New York. His pockets full, he sticks out his thumb and winds up in the backwater South Carolina town of DuPray (should we hear echoes of “pray”? Or “depraved”?). Turns out he’s a decorated cop, good at his job and at reading others (“You ought to go see Doc Roper,” he tells a local. “There are pills that will brighten your attitude”). Shift the scene to Minneapolis, where young Luke Ellis, precociously brilliant, has been kidnapped by a crack extraction team, his parents brutally murdered so that it looks as if he did it. Luke is spirited off to Maine—this is King, so it’s got to be Maine—and a secret shadow-government lab where similarly conscripted paranormally blessed kids, psychokinetic and telepathic, are made to endure the Skinnerian pain-and-reward methods of the evil Mrs. Sigsby. How to bring the stories of Tim and Luke together? King has never minded detours into the unlikely, but for this one, disbelief must be extra-willingly suspended. In the end, their forces joined, the two and their redneck allies battle the sophisticated secret agents of The Institute in a bloodbath of flying bullets and beams of mental energy (“You’re in the south now, Annie had told these gunned-up interlopers. She had an idea they were about to find out just how true that was"). It’s not King at his best, but he plays on current themes of conspiracy theory, child abuse, the occult, and Deep State malevolence while getting in digs at the current occupant of the White House, to say nothing of shadowy evil masterminds with lisps.

King fans won’t be disappointed, though most will likely prefer the scarier likes of The Shining and It.

https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/stephen-king/the-institute/
 
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He really looks like every leftie idiot out there from his generation. I bet he makes sounds like gnar gnar ööh ööh when he writes his shitty satanic stories about his jewish destiny.

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The master of modern horror returns with a loose-knit parapsychological thriller that touches on territory previously explored in Firestarter and Carrie.

Tim Jamieson is a man emphatically not in a hurry. As King’s (The Outsider, 2018, etc.) latest opens, he’s bargaining with a flight attendant to sell his seat on an overbooked run from Tampa to New York. His pockets full, he sticks out his thumb and winds up in the backwater South Carolina town of DuPray (should we hear echoes of “pray”? Or “depraved”?). Turns out he’s a decorated cop, good at his job and at reading others (“You ought to go see Doc Roper,” he tells a local. “There are pills that will brighten your attitude”). Shift the scene to Minneapolis, where young Luke Ellis, precociously brilliant, has been kidnapped by a crack extraction team, his parents brutally murdered so that it looks as if he did it. Luke is spirited off to Maine—this is King, so it’s got to be Maine—and a secret shadow-government lab where similarly conscripted paranormally blessed kids, psychokinetic and telepathic, are made to endure the Skinnerian pain-and-reward methods of the evil Mrs. Sigsby. How to bring the stories of Tim and Luke together? King has never minded detours into the unlikely, but for this one, disbelief must be extra-willingly suspended. In the end, their forces joined, the two and their redneck allies battle the sophisticated secret agents of The Institute in a bloodbath of flying bullets and beams of mental energy (“You’re in the south now, Annie had told these gunned-up interlopers. She had an idea they were about to find out just how true that was"). It’s not King at his best, but he plays on current themes of conspiracy theory, child abuse, the occult, and Deep State malevolence while getting in digs at the current occupant of the White House, to say nothing of shadowy evil masterminds with lisps.

King fans won’t be disappointed, though most will likely prefer the scarier likes of The Shining and It.

https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/stephen-king/the-institute/

It sounds like Stephen King is reclaiming all the things that Stranger Things stole from him.
 
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Stephen King's TV Mini-Series 'Rose Red' or Dean Koontz's lengthy book '77 Shadow Street'? doh:
 
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What an ugly c*** and more of a lizzard than Khadaffi ever was. He looks like men of his generation do here in Sweden that kept the same hairstyle since they were teens and were brainwashed and beaten to vote socialist.

Hollow eyes that look at people enjoying life they hide in the bushes crying silently for themselves going home to a woman who is so fat they can hide in her armpits.

He is a copy of the local Chelsea fan who has no life and hides when his side are beaten and walk another way to avoid bumping into me and others.

Like a bad loser kid at almot 70 years old.

Remind me to shoot myself if I ever end up that sad.
 

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What an ugly c*** and more of a lizzard than Khadaffi ever was. He looks like men of his generation do here in Sweden that kept the same hairstyle since they were teens and were brainwashed and beaten to vote socialist.

Hollow eyes that look at people enjoying life they hide in the bushes crying silently for themselves going home to a woman who is so fat they can hide in her armpits.

He is a copy of the local Chelsea fan who has no life and hides when his side are beaten and walk another way to avoid bumping into me and others.

Like a bad loser kid at almot 70 years old.

Remind me to shoot myself if I ever end up that sad.

Your reminder:

shoot yourself.
 
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What an ugly c*** and more of a lizzard than Khadaffi ever was. He looks like men of his generation do here in Sweden that kept the same hairstyle since they were teens and were brainwashed and beaten to vote socialist.

Hollow eyes that look at people enjoying life they hide in the bushes crying silently for themselves going home to a woman who is so fat they can hide in her armpits.

He is a copy of the local Chelsea fan who has no life and hides when his side are beaten and walk another way to avoid bumping into me and others.

Like a bad loser kid at almot 70 years old.

Remind me to shoot myself if I ever end up that sad.

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Boston tea party idiot!

He looks like the local Chelsea fan reaching for the garage door and dragging it down going "the transfer ban is the best thing that could have happened" when his side are gone and are nowhere near challenging for titles and have a manager without a clue whose finest hour was shagging whores at a John Terry cocaine party.

That generation is behind the worst crimes to mankind and has stolen opportunity from billions of people. They will be hanged like the traitors they are from the lamp posts and will hang there until they rot and fall down.

We will parade people like them as a warning example. The lists and addresses and plan is in place and I've seen them myself. Same in every country and will be a bit like in Romania in the 80's but a lot more brutal.

I've hanged a full size human doll with others for practise and it is hard work but can be done.
 
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Like what? Read a Stephen King book and bore yourself to death?
I never read cause it is monotone art. Stephen King wrote boring books that others turned into amazing movies and tv series.

He has in fact admitted he did not produce many of the things from the production with his name on it. I even suspect the real writer is someone else.
 

!Viva Hate!

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I never read cause it is monotone art. Stephen King wrote boring books that others turned into amazing movies and tv series.

He has in fact admitted he did not produce many of the things from the production with his name on it. I even suspect the real writer is someone else.

How do you know his books are boring if you never read them? Durrr
 
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Boston tea party idiot!

He looks like the local Chelsea fan reaching for the garage door and dragging it down going "the transfer ban is the best thing that could have happened" when his side are gone and are nowhere near challenging for titles and have a manager without a clue whose finest hour was shagging whores at a John Terry cocaine party.

That generation is behind the worst crimes to mankind and has stolen opportunity from billions of people. They will be hanged like the traitors they are from the lamp posts and will hang there until they rot and fall down.

We will parade people like them as a warning example. The lists and addresses and plan is in place and I've seen them myself. Same in every country and will be a bit like in Romania in the 80's but a lot more brutal.

I've hanged a full size human doll with others for practise and it is hard work but can be done.

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How do you know his books are boring if you never read them? Durrr
It's been discussed on here and most are of the view they are crap. This time I choose to trust those people and of course the vast majority of journos that have been pissing on his work ever since he started.
 
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