Jeremy Corbyn

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it's been posted by luke's mate jim in the twitter replies - i'm not gonna post the link cos i dunno if he wants it on here, but it's a nice film
 

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I love how she makes a big performance of looking around as if for an ATM, but already knowing there won't be one, just wanting to make the good faith gesture. But come now, who thinks a street poet for hire's gonna bust out a card reader, she knew from the beginning, a big performance
 
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It's interesting how they all want to connect with you, digitally. "What's your name...? How will I ever...?" as if you'd just gone out on a date, "Gimme your digits, yeah?" I wonder if it's about the feeling of intimacy the language creates, or about a desire to show gratitude, or
 

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And so strange, to watch them performing reading to themselves, knowing you're watching, not wanting to make you feel bad, wanting to reward you through their emotions, because they know there's something more than capital which has been transferred, that the gift demands repayment in gift form
 

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The "draped clothes as freedom" poem was genuinely really nice

Not that the others weren't, the love-as-geological-sediment one had some nice bits too, but it was almost as if you catered the poems' sophistication to the person in front of you.

So the clothes connect you (cue the pedestrian to you) and then the clothes cue you to the person.
 

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Beagle has got to be either Barty or corpsey no?
I don't think so. They always came across as genuinely nasty, even when they were funny, so I assumed it was someone who didn't post much or a lurker who'd had enough of what they'd been reading and decided to put the boot in.
 

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I don't think so. They always came across as genuinely nasty, even when they were funny, so I assumed it was someone who didn't post much or a lurker who'd had enough of what they'd been reading and decided to put the boot in.
The only thing Thirdform has ever been right about is Luke being gay.

Luka is just some sad lonely narcissist. Craner runs Dissensus.

A single Craner essay is better than Luka's entire life.

When tourists by the Thames first spot Woops they think it's Craner in a fedora.

sad. some good stuff in there
 
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