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Edmund Berger
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Edmund Berger 8h
Replying to @deepcomrade
The sheer power of Brother Reza to show up, spend a week flipping everything on its head, then vanishing from twitter forever... an inspiration
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⊂´⌒つ・ω・)つ Jun 25
Replying to @EBBerger
any Jim post becomes better when paired with this picture and voice. for instance:
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Edmund Berger Jun 25
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Edmund Berger Jun 25
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Edmund Berger 17h
Replying to @l_th_ia
it me
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Edmund Berger 17h
Replying to @mylifeisafarce
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Edmund Berger 19h
ok now this is a tortured artist
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Edmund Berger 20h
Replying to @cyborg_nomade
I think the position in the OP is nonsense.
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Edmund Berger 21h
It's not even 9:30 in the morning here and already the tl is getting unbearably lewd
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Rhett 21h
When the cartoon villain puts on a fake nose and a pair of glasses and calls it a day. Am I right, ?!
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Edmund Berger 21h
Replying to @cyborg_nomade
i.e. recoursing to eco-gloom as apex tragedy that allegedly shatters development and reveals it to be an unworkable myth, as opposed to the situation as something that is to be overcome by being 'more modern'.
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Edmund Berger 21h
Replying to @cyborg_nomade
Hmm, I would position gloomerism more of an inability to grapple with modernity as process and to maintain an understanding of an (open) future comparable to it, thus regressing to the position of modernity being impossible or at least untenable in longer-run time-scales.
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Edmund Berger 21h
Replying to @great_old_ones_
fuck, I've been found!
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Edmund Berger 21h
Replying to @cyborg_nomade
"Amazing" probably isn't the word choice I would go with but in the sense of it being superior to what preceded it, not to mention that gloomer thought is a regression..
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Edmund Berger 21h
Replying to @Marav0ne @l_th_ia
lol I did like Ted's very dry and condescending attitude towards the journalist
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Edmund Berger 21h
Replying to @hikespointshero
halp
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Edmund Berger 21h
Replying to @xenogothic
apologies for frantically trying to shoo you out the window with a towel!
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Edmund Berger 22h
Replying to @cyborg_nomade
I don't buy it!
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Edmund Berger Dec 12
Replying to @worthy248
lolll
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