With knowledge... you see the true evil in the world, then you finally see the light. With knowledge you see the true evil in world then finally light
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#31 - wliia
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#46 to #31 - gokey
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#4 - alimais
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I got the original right here
#5 to #4 - alimais
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and this rip off
User avatar #21 to #5 - highfocus
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...
User avatar #22 - ktom
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The next generation of people is gonna see only the good wall because kindles are super thin
User avatar #40 to #22 - thebaseballexpert
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if you stack like 400 of them on top of each other you can start to see over the wall
User avatar #68 to #22 - hydraetis
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You clever little bitch.
User avatar #10 - ScottP
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But just reading a bunch of books doesn't make you wiser
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User avatar #12 to #11 - ScottP
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There is a difference between reading books and understanding what they mean. There is a further difference between understanding what they mean and being able to incorporate them into your life.

So much of what we read ends up just wasting space in our minds and they are inevitably useless.
User avatar #17 to #12 - thiotez
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Yeah, that's why you need to choose what you read. You can get life lessons from Winnie the Pooh, but that's only if you analyze it or whatever. It's just what you make it yourself.
User avatar #45 to #10 - IceViper
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If you read science theory books such as Sagan, De Grasse Tyson and Dawkins I disagree
#76 to #45 - mrmamric
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Wisdom and knowledge are two different things. Knowledge is knowing the universe you're in is physical. Wisdom is knowing how to make a physical-universe based fruit salad.

Do you even DnD, you fool?
#13 to #10 - bunkerman
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I think the books are supposed to be symbolism for knowledge. I mean, I can't imagine a different object than books that can both signify knowledge and act as piss poor ladder.
User avatar #14 to #13 - ScottP
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Yeah, I know. I was just having a laugh.
#112 to #14 - anon id: e3c66643
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User avatar #43 to #10 - jukuku
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Well, not reading means you're limiting your ideas. Books expose us to new ideas and problems in the world. They're often something which inspires thought and reflection about ourselves, society and our own morality and what we want to do.
User avatar #69 to #10 - cactusphalus
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True dat... I read bearly a book per week and I'm borderline retarded
#96 to #10 - StickyTissueLoLz
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No, but standing ontop of a bunch of books will ascend you to the heavens.

Did you even bother to look at the content. My God...
User avatar #97 to #96 - StickyTissueLoLz
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That was meant to be in italics, not an underline
#74 to #10 - mrmamric
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Of ******* course not. This image clearly tells you that you need to stack books up into a tower and somehow ascend to the paper spire's pinnacle to achieve great knowledge.

Damn, do you even lego instructions, bro?

This is a joke and I'm not mad at you. You're a very handsome man and I think we should be friends please like me.
User avatar #36 to #10 - icanpaintyay
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it could still open your mind to finding that wisdom.
#23 - supremetaco
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User avatar #26 - rarityrarityrarity
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Moral of the story:
Don't stand on books unless you're planning on standing on a lot of them.
#25 - buttholee
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Reading books doesn't make you smarter
User avatar #28 to #25 - thefunnyside
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Reading some books does
User avatar #30 to #25 - vileinsect
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in this makes you more stupid
User avatar #47 to #30 - buttholee
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I guess I forgot to type "certain"

My bad, but I guess I'll just take those red thumbs like a man
User avatar #109 to #25 - jogocii
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I wouldn't really consider that a proper novel, in my opinion.
User avatar #110 to #109 - buttholee
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Read my other comments below
User avatar #34 to #25 - icanpaintyay
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I guess you never bothered to read anything important then huh?
Let he help your well being buy throwing out a few suggestions.
Animal Farm, The Cask of Amontillado, 1984, There Will Come Soft Rains...
Try a few.
#52 to #34 - anon id: a89a2a2a
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1984 and Animal Farm have to be the two most overrated books ever written.
User avatar #48 to #34 - buttholee
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I forgot to type "certain"

I understand what you mean, though. I was just thinking how some people read Harry Potter or Hunger Games and **** like that, and assume that they're smarter than everyone else because they read fantasy novels.
User avatar #53 to #48 - icanpaintyay
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people like that hopefully suffer the same fate as Fortunato.
User avatar #55 to #53 - buttholee
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All I have to say is it's the reason why I've slowly started to hate more and more people after time.
#82 to #55 - solideogloria
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You hate people? Isn't that one of the most stupid things a human being can say?
User avatar #86 to #82 - buttholee
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I hate some people, and I think that is in our human nature to do so
#87 to #86 - solideogloria
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Oh, yeah, obviously. I thought you were saying that you had a disdain for humanity as a whole.
User avatar #100 to #87 - buttholee
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Well I'm not at that point yet...
User avatar #56 to #55 - icanpaintyay
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i think you and me are going to become best friends. do you like Arthur C. Clarke?
User avatar #57 to #56 - buttholee
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I enjoyed 2001
User avatar #59 to #57 - icanpaintyay
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he has some short stories that will scare you ********. and at other times, make you feel like your on a shoom trip.
User avatar #61 to #59 - icanpaintyay
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Theodore Sturgeon's work will do both at the same time.
User avatar #60 to #59 - buttholee
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Sounds interesting
User avatar #33 to #25 - amuzen
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standing of them makes you taller though, that's the morale of the story, build a tower out of books.
User avatar #58 to #33 - buttholee
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You saw an oppurtunity and took it
#18 - carnivoreapples
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I've had the original one for a while
#19 to #18 - carnivoreapples
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I also have this similar one
#64 to #19 - anon id: 0cbef8d9
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that's ******* sad yo
#41 - wrigcon
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User avatar #85 to #41 - guitarflute
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hmmmm
#37 - fegut
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Good thing i can't even read yet.
Good thing i can't even read yet.
User avatar #92 to #37 - wobblewub
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I thought of this very exact scene when I saw this too.