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Vonnegut may have lost his moral compass during WW2, but he took up the marxist cause during much of his adult life.

Glad to see that the SOB is dead. Now if Harold Pinter and Alan Rickman would join him, the literary and entertainment world would be a better place.

And as for librarians, the American Librarians Association has refused to support freedom for Cuban librarians and for freedom of thought in Castro’s paradise. Too many reds have gotten into positions of power in the ALA and have subverted it into a Castro protection racket.

Vonnegut was never know for his intellectual honesty.

I think the devil will like having the author of “Slaughter House Five” as his permanent guest.

MadMax, the Grinning Reaper, Free Republic 68 Comments [8/5/2011 3:50:29 AM]
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Kitourahime

Now if Harold Pinter and Alan Rickman would join him

You can't kill Alan Rickman. He's Alan Rickman. He's british and well, you're not.

Seriously though, wtf is your problem with him? Best actor ever.

7/29/2011 1:18:01 AM

Percy Q. Shunn


8/5/2011 4:00:07 AM

Cousin Id

You know who really needs to die, though? Charles Dickens, the Commie fuck.

8/5/2011 4:00:32 AM

aaa

Remember this, kids! Not sucking up to W's regime during his first term will still make you a dirty commienazi!

8/5/2011 4:07:04 AM

Cousin Id

Alan Rickman once cut out a Cuban librarian's heart with a spoon.

8/5/2011 4:09:22 AM

Doctor Whom

But you quote from "Harrison Bergeron" every chance you get, right?

8/5/2011 4:14:27 AM

Atheissimo

You might want to sit down, because what I'm about to tell you may send you into a faint.

You do realise, don't you, that Alan Rickman isn't REALLY Snape. He didn't kill Michael Gambon and all those nasty things he said about Harry were just an act.

8/5/2011 4:18:52 AM

Chest Rockwell

Alan Rickman is still alive? How is this possible? I personally saw him fall from the Nakatomi Tower in Los Angeles, back around 1988.

8/5/2011 4:37:13 AM

Dorothy Mantooth

Wait; didn't Kevin Costner murder Alan Rickman in Nottingham England?

8/5/2011 4:44:01 AM

Dark_Lord_Prime

Chest Rockwell and Dorothy Mantooth each win one internet.



Also, I could swear I witnessed Alan Rickman being violently murdered by a gi-normous snake just recently.

8/5/2011 5:09:16 AM



Yeah, Vonnegut's moral compass was all shot to hell. We all know that firebombing innocent civilians is only wrong when the other side do it. When we do it it's a legitimate military target and anyone who disagrees is a commie and no true patriot.

8/5/2011 5:09:26 AM

Jamaican Castle

So, um.. does the leap from Vonnegut to librarians to Castro make any kind of sense in context? 'cause from here it just looks like gibberish.

Also, I wasn't aware "intellectual honesty" was a major requirement of fiction authors, but hey, what do I know?

And... who is Harold Pinter?

8/5/2011 5:12:05 AM

RiJayden

I don't know about the others, but you CAN'T kill Metatron, A.K.A "the Voice of God". No way, no how...
(/Dogma nerd)

8/5/2011 5:26:17 AM

gaijinlaw

And so it goes...

8/5/2011 5:33:01 AM

Zeus Almighty

Vonnegut was a very heavy smoker and loved to drink his beer into the early morning hours, and during World War II was one of a handful of survivors in a massive fire-bombing that destroyed a major German city. Yet he lived to 86. Seems your Bible-god had plenty of opportunities to snuff this evil man, yet Vonnegut lived to a ripe old age and was writing his "Marxist" screeds 'til nearly the end.
So either your god agreed with Vonnegut or he's impotent at smiting people he doesn't like.
I'm pretty sure there isn't a heaven, but if there is I can guarantee that Vonnegut will be there.

Also, what's up with all the Vonnegut hate lately? Are these old quotes from when he died? Because I've never, until this week with a couple of quotes here, realized that Vonnegut was on the fundie hate list.

Correction: Vonnegut died at 84. Still pretty good for a chain smoking Marxo-atheist.

8/5/2011 5:40:31 AM

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Now you've gone to far! I can take all the injustice and blood spilled by religion but dissin' Alan Rickman is just EVIL!
Oh and we all want to go to hell anyway, much better night clubs.

8/5/2011 5:46:54 AM

Mister Spak

"I think the devil will like having the author of “Slaughter House Five” as his permanent guest."

I think I'll go to hell so I can read his next book.

8/5/2011 6:08:08 AM

Doubting Thomas

Glad to see that the SOB is dead.

Good to see that Christian compassion & love.

8/5/2011 6:12:05 AM

Vermicious Knid

Hey MadMax, Alan Rickman is worth about a thousand of you.

8/5/2011 6:13:13 AM

Raised by Horses

Reality check

Kurt Vonnegut: WW2 veteran and author of important and incendiary works of social, political and moral critiques.

You: Keyboard warrior and author of irrelevant brain-farts that pass for social commentary on your internet cul-de-sac.

8/5/2011 6:51:30 AM

JohnTheAtheist

Hans Gruber died in the first Die Hard. All time classic Hollywood death scene.

As for the rest of this post it was nonsense even before I got to the part where I realized that MadMax believes that hell is a real place and the devil a non-fictional character.

I laugh at you.

8/5/2011 7:00:32 AM

Dan Onymous

You're wrong and you're a grotesquely ugly freak.


Oh and round of applause @ Doctor Whom.

8/5/2011 7:17:53 AM



And they'll know we are Christians by our love, by our love...

8/5/2011 7:18:48 AM



By Grabthar’s Hammer, you’re an idiot!

8/5/2011 7:32:22 AM

Anon-e-moose

"Glad to see that the SOB is dead. Now if Harold Pinter and Alan Rickman would join him"

Ahem:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Pinter

(emphasis added):

'Harold Pinter, CH, CBE (10 October 1930 – 24 December 2008) was a Nobel Prize–winning English playwright and screenwriter.'

Max, the Grinning (Dog)Raper =



...oh, and Max:



X3

@Dorothy Mantooth

"Wait; didn't Kevin Costner murder Alan Rickman in Nottingham England?"

And before that, Bruce Willis undid his wife's Rolex clasp, causing Alan Rickman to fall to his death from the Nakatomi Building in Los Angeles, USA.

So it seems that it's not only Lord Voldemort who relied on Horcruxes, neither.

'Yippie-ki-yay, motherfucker!' >:D

@JohnTheAtheist

"As for the rest of this post it was nonsense even before I got to the part where I realized that MadMax believes that hell is a real place and the devil a non-fictional character.

I laugh at you."

Max the Grinning (Dog)Raper had better not watch the new film "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" if he knows what's good for him, then. It's gonna give Creationist fundies aneurysms!

PROTIP: The part of Severus Snape was initially offered to Tim Roth, until he was casted as General Thade in the "Planet of the Apes" remake, thus was Rickman given the role in "HP".

8/5/2011 7:42:05 AM
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