The poems are really spontaneous and random which gives them a vitality or freshness. One reason I like O'Hara's poetry so much is he is so open emotionally and takes such an honest and unrestrained approach to his emotion. He basically has no shame or filter which is necessary to be a truly great poet.
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Only about an 80 page essay but it was very good. Pretty much the thesis for libertarianism and he attacks a lot of socialist philosophers and intellectuals.
Moving on to this:
Just finished this. Bauer is a very effective writer and his arguments against the use of foreign aid and egalitarian economic policy is pretty convincing. I especially enjoyed his logic approach and attitude about the misuse of statistics by economists.
Just finished this. Awesome book, it's too bad Metro 2034 hasn't been translated yet. I had been meaning to read it for a while now, but I had only picked up a kindle recently. Now I gotta dig through this thread and find something else to read.
Of Human Bondage - Recommended by Dasher, said this helped him comprehend the dynamics of love really Principles of Neuropharmacology - Kind adull but this joint has EVERYTHING about the actual biology. sh!tz amazing. dopamine, neuropenphrine, oxytocin.. all those feel good chemicals. u can practically re-emulate certain emotions (fear, anxiety, anger, grief, depression, happiness) and, the implications of htis book are amzing man. Light in August - Faulkner (gotta get that literary thang on) Mrs. Dalloway Anthology of English Restorative Literature