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  • Jon-Paul shared from 20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill
    “Look at John Wayne,” Ray said. “They oughta have one bomber to carry him, and another one to carry his balls.”
  • Jon-Paul shared from 20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill
    First he said that every fictional world was a work of fantasy, and whenever writers introduce a threat or a conflict into their story, they create the possibility of horror. He had been drawn to horror fiction, he said, because it took the most basic elements of literature and pushed them to their extremes. All fiction was make-believe, which made fantasy more valid (and honest) than realism.
    Note: This.
  • Jon-Paul shared from Wolverton Station (Kindle Single) by Joe Hill
    Like the Beatles, he had gone to India as a young man to get himself a mantra and had come home without one. On an unconscious level, though, he supposed he had never stopped yearning to find one, a single statement that resonated with power, hope, and meaning.
    Note: Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo.
  • Jon-Paul shared from Wolverton Station (Kindle Single) by Joe Hill
    Like the Beatles, he had gone to India as a young man to get himself a mantra and had come home without one. On an unconscious level, though, he supposed he had never stopped yearning to find one, a single statement that resonated with power, hope, and meaning.
    Note: Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo.
  • Jon-Paul shared from Wolverton Station (Kindle Single) by Joe Hill
    His first wife said it made him look like Jack Nicholson with the ax in that movie.
    Note: nice.