Posts Tagged with: Robin
Albert Camus – Myth of Sisyphus
Robin got the chance to read an essay by Albert Camus that made its author famous: Myth of Sisyphus.
In a nutshell: it suggests that there is no objective meaning of life at all and that …Read Full Article
Robin has another idea for his post-apocalyptic story Dawn of the Damsel.
(What happened so far:
Except the hero the whole world population has either died by some pandemic or mutated to evil cannibals. He finds a pretty girl but she …Read Full Article
What do the Germans vote for?
CUNTcellor Angela Merkel is incompetent, and so are the other candidates:
The (de facto former) labor party are traitors since for the poor its lobby-friendly politics are particularily destructiv.
The identity of the Green party is …Read Full Article
Brothels are closed!
Since prostitution is prohibited due to some obscure pandemic the rumour runs that sex workers are as cheap as never. So if you are about to die soon and thus don’t care about legal consequences anyway – now …Read Full Article
Today’s author: Paolo Coelho!
Robin read three novels by Coelho he found quite okay. Here we go!
The story about a young girl from Brazil who becomes a prostitute in Switzerland, gets to know a kinky artist and falls in …Read Full Article
If you are one of the poor who is a resident of a country where the government believes it is not necessary to buy masks to prevent its people from getting infected you can easily make them yourselves. Here is …Read Full Article
Robin saw parts of a real-time animation of the sinking of the RMS Titanic.
Particularly interesting he found that
The fireworks (no distress signal rockets were on board so the crew had to use the ones for partying instead) were let …Read Full Article
Today’s writer: Isaac Asimov
One of the best short stories ever written! It could even apply to non-science-fiction fans.
An apocalyptic masterpiece. Its name: NIGHTFALL.
Robin believes that Adele plays with words when singing “We’ll be together at skyfall”.
Though there has been …Read Full Article
Today’s writer: Ambrose Bierce
Though there a many works by civil-war-veteran Bierce worth reading, Robin likes one masterpiece in particular:
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.
First published in 1890 this short story is now one of the most famous in …Read Full Article
Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards. (Søren Kierkegaard)
Thinking back Robin needs to correct his former assumption; namely that a former band member was the punishment for Robin’s former life and thus that Karma is …Read Full Article