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    Or a
    Kind of steamy fantasy piece
    About having S-E-X with a fascist lady

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    none of us here apart from craner have ever had sex, so it'd be interesting for us to read about. give us a glimpse into that world.

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    me and luke once had a cuddle. there was a charge to it for sure. hard to say if it was sexual or not.

    that german girl on corpse's instagram who works for bmw gave him a kiss on the cheek before leaving. he was a proper gentleman and took her to the airport and everything. carried her bags right up to security. he's still one of hankies in his room. it smells like her perfume. he'll sniff it from time to time. i asked if i could come round to have a go as well, but he said we're not that close. i hear brackles got a sniff in once though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    none of us here apart from craner have ever had sex, so it'd be interesting for us to read about. give us a glimpse into that world.
    What's it feel like when you stick it in?

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    what we want is the unified field theory of craner.

    oedipal

    central asian birds with big schnozers

    italian exploitation films

    white suits

    a couple of literary references

    people who go to posh hotel cocktail bars and talk about middle eastern politics in sexually suggestive ways before shagging on a marble balcony next door to where the ambassador's about to be assassinated

    then a weird britishness; faint echoes of steptoe and son or something



    all your niches and quirks presented in a single, unified vision

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    oliver craner: refined aesthete and spiritual aristocrat
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    It says bless the lads and it means bless the lads.
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    i don't know, probably some marxist cultural theory or something
    https://manifestacionesoterica.bandcamp.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Or a
    Kind of steamy fantasy piece
    About having S-E-X with a fascist lady
    file_749579_Ilsa.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    Nazi but nice!
    Doin' the Lambeth Warp New: DISSENSUS - THE NOVEL - PM me your email address and I'll add you

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    The pre-Britpop context is interesting. Late-92 to late-93 was the key period (which also coincides with the darkcore era in the alternative Dissensus canon): there was the Morrisey Finsbury Park incident in August 92 and the BNP council by-election victory in the Isle of Dogs in September 1993 which sparked an Anti-Nazi League revival. This all culminated in a big anti-racism concert in Brockwell Park in May 1994.

    This is the same time that Blur were creating their British Image. The best contemporary review of Modern Life is Rubbish was in Lime Lizard and it was an extended essay, basically, on this phenomenon, which opened with the very serious and outraged and anxious question of Blur: “Why ‘Britishness’? Why now?” This was never properly answered, no one even really engaged with it, until suddenly Parklife was the greatest British album since the Beatles or the Jam depending on your perspective, and then it was too late to go back to it.

    Everything happened so fast in those days, one thing reacting to the previous thing, that it’s difficult to go back and unpick what happened between then and Parklife but some significant (and negative) shift occurred and British culture ended.

    Unless you were listening to jungle.
    craner's next essay's going to be on the revival of britishness as an aesthetic and political force.

    he'll explore the the framework of what britishness is as portrayed in 60's and 70's film and television. hancock's half hour and all that.

    then it's demise in the 80's followed by this early-90's ground zero he's just honed in on and taking us right up to farage/mogg/ boris/ brexit.

    it's going to be fucking amazing.

    peek craner.

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    blair's internationalist leftism as opposed to corbyn's wallace and gromit socialism.

    https://twitter.com/UKLabour/status/1045931435780001792

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    It's a great idea but it's so, so hard trying to get him to do anything. He resists everything that sounds like it might be acting in his own best interests.

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    he done his list, his fascism essay, he's engaging with dissensus more than just drunken choon of the day drive bys.

    he's in a good place. superhuman abilities restoring.

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    That's a good point actually.

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