Forum / "Icosadyadria."

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    Smiley McGrouchpants Jr.
    May 08, 06:28pm

    I just want to thank you all for your support during the writing and plotting of these pieces.

    Thanks.

    #sallyhoutmanRIP

    https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/smiley-mcgrouchpants/icosadyadria/

    https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/smiley-mcgrouchpants/icosadyadria/

    #stephaniepuhlisanIDIOT

    #watchoutforREEDBITCHshewontGOAWAY

    ;)

    #STALKER

    #andidontmeanTARKOVSKYSeither

    ;)

    ;)

    #yeah

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    Smiley McGrouchpants Jr.
    May 08, 06:40pm

    Sorry, I meant to post *this* link, this is where you can *get* it:

    https://net.ondemandbooks.com/odb/selfespress/odb0000001793

    Unfortunately, all the espresso book machines -- except for Schuler Books, in Michigan -- seem to have given up on the contraption; they're "temporarily UNABLE" to fill the order (roll EYES!). But, there's espresso book machines in other locations, where they can look things up for you, particularly in France, where they have a TON of them, per capita (maybe they like espresso -- ha ha! ;) ), so I imagine you could consult them and have them order one for you, from there. They print up in ten minutes -- actually, speaking of France, and of "Non-Fiction," it's a line in Olivier Assayas's relatively-RECENT "Non-Fiction"; the title is "Double VIES" in France, but I think the translation of "Double LIVES," truly enough, would sound to hot-to-trot here in America, more like a thriller like "Arlington Road" or "Single White Female" or "Fatal Attraction" or "Basic Instinct" -- kinda like they thought "Eyes Wide Shut" would be, so it bombed ... remember? ;)

    I was surprised they mentioned it in the movie, but then again, they seem to really have taken to it in France; maybe it's the Situationist thing, and leaflets in the streets, and needing to print things up on a moment's notice, and Maurice Girodias and Olympia Press and all that. I uploaded it from Powell's, but then they let the espresso book machine fall by the wayside and disappear (I felt sorry for those who paid $99 rather than $149; theirs was only printable from that machine, and mine stays in the system forever and never goes out of print, it's terrible to waste people's creative energies and I think Powell's should have been more cautious), and then they kicked me out anyway. I got kicked out of Milepost 5 recently too. People don't like artists. They make people feel too suspicious, too unwilling to let them *live* and pay attention to things and leave others (and themselves) alone. A word to the wise. Vote Alito out ... oh wait, you *can't* --

    https://www.amazon.com/Non-Fiction-Guillaume-Canet/dp/B07VT8HJ8C/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1D0IUJG3HHOKP&keywords=Non-fiction+olivier+assayas&qid=1652035232&s=instant-video&sprefix=non-fiction+olivier+assayas+%2Caps%2C1447&sr=1-1

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