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Dec
5th
2017

Some News · 6:16pm Dec 5th, 2017

I will not do the time skip like I originally planned. Dylan's teenage years shall be explored, and there shall be more character development.

Also, I am finished with finals, and I will be able to work more on chapters.

Report Shimmer_Bolt · 285 views · #Dylan's life
Dec
5th
2017

What will happen to Dylan? · 5:02am Dec 5th, 2017

I need an opinion... It has come to my attention that some people don't like time skips. Later on in the story, I was going to do a three years later thing for Dylan, making him 18. After a few chapters I would get him into a sex scene...

BUT... What do you guys think? Should Dylan go through his puberty phase instead of me skipping to him at 18? It would make the story MUCH longer.

Honestly... I wouldn't mind working on the story longer. It would give Dylan more character development.

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Report Shimmer_Bolt · 200 views · #Dylan #Need Advice
Dec
11th
2016

Bob Dylan, Dante, and Genres of Literature · 11:44pm Dec 11th, 2016

This year Bob Dylan has received the Nobel Prize in Literature. As this is the first time the prize has been awarded to a singer-songwriter, it has caused no end of heated discussion in educated circles about whether this was the right decision. Traditionally the prize has gone to novelists, philosophers and poets. But the times they are a changin’, and the prize committee appears to be now more open to alternative ideas about what constitutes ‘literature’, and willing to take a look at more

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Report Pineta · 710 views · #Bob Dylan #Dante #Literature
Jan
31st
2016

Columbine Kids · 9:20pm Jan 31st, 2016

I watched a documentary about the Columbine Kids. Let me tell you that I feel for those kids. They were bullied a lot and they had something against society. Those kids were just like me. I've been bullied and I had something against society. I'm going to write a rip off story about those kids with the cutie mark crusaders. Just wanted to tell you that.

R. I. P.
Eric Harris
(1981-1999)
Dylan Klebold
(1981-1999)

Jul
20th
2016

To: Randy Robertson · 1:50am Jul 20th, 2016

LIKE A ROLLING STONE
(Bob Dylan) Warner Bros. Inc.; Special Rider Music (ASCAP)

(Courtesy of Columbia Records by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing)

Once upon a time you dressed so fine
You threw the bums a dime in your prime, didn’t you?
People’d call, say, “Beware doll, you’re bound to fall”
You thought they were all kiddin’ you
You used to laugh about
Everybody that was hangin’ out
Now you don’t talk so loud

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Jul
16th
2017

Looking to be your illustrator · 7:12pm Jul 16th, 2017

YES it is exactly as it says in the title. I'm looking to be anyone of your illustrators in the hopes to be known throughout this website. Now by no means am I a writer but my passion does lay in the more artistic sense. Now I know what you might be thinking "well what's the catch?"well that's the greatest part, I will sketch you a cover, scene, or even character templates and I don't care about getting anything in return only to bring a more in-depth idea on what YOUR story will be like

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Oct
24th
2016

Here's a fun spoof of the Alt-Right! · 3:49pm Oct 24th, 2016

TALKIN' JOHN BIRCH PARANOID BLUES
by Bob Dylan
2016 Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize!

Well, I was feelin’ sad and feelin’ blue
I didn’t know what in the world I wus gonna do
Them Communists they wus comin’ around
They wus in the air
They wus on the ground
They wouldn’t gimme no peace . . .

So I run down most hurriedly
And joined up with the John Birch Society
I got me a secret membership card
And started off a-walkin’ down the road
Yee-hoo, I’m a real John Bircher now!

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Jan
27th
2022

Hardware (1990) · 11:10am Jan 27th, 2022

Where have I been. I could attempt some yarn about how I was circling the drain or something overly dramatic full of the type of pseudo symbolism that the going through puberty set thinks is edgy and dark. In reality it's a lot of navel gazing and thinking you understand something more than you actually do or being overly disappointed when things don't work out because of a lack of experience, especially when it comes to nuance.

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