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  1. CELMX
    18th February 2010 16:05
    sorry, i'm not really familiar with computer shit...what's linux distros ?
  2. CELMX
    17th February 2010 16:04
    Pretty good, pretty good. Like Expropriate, I'm trudgin through Das Kapital...strange, when I first read it, it was hella boring. But now, after attempting it again, it's pretty great. I watched Tout Va Bien, and it was really boring. It should be a musical instead...that would be much cooler.
    How about you?
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    2nd February 2010 16:08
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    2nd February 2010 05:05
  5. Lyev
    1st February 2010 19:12
    Haha, it's good old Dave Cameron: the UK, conservative MP
  6. Communist
    31st January 2010 07:58
    Cheers, comrade.
  7. Lyev
    19th December 2009 20:51
    I'm still trundling through Capital, it reads so slowly. I've started a rather interesting book called "The Shock Doctrine" about the evils of capitalist economics. It's by a woman called Naomi Klein, and whilst not from a radical perspective it's a jolly good read, I'd recommend it
  8. Lyev
    4th December 2009 22:31
    It is hard, but I've read a few books and whatnot explaining the key ideas of exchange-value, use-value, LTV, surplus value, composition of capital, variable and constant capital etc. etc. Some things on my reading list are: The Civil War in France, The German Ideology, The Poverty of Philosophy, (all by Marx) and a few of Trotskys works, a few of Luxemburg, a few philosophy books, like Utilitarianism by John Stuart Mill and also Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman, just cos I wanna get a different perspective on things. There's loads more that I haven't mentioned , so yeah it's a lot to get through... what stuff are you reading at the moment?
  9. Lyev
    3rd December 2009 22:31
    Not at all close, at the moment, it's a pathetic, tiny and underwhelming library. I'm trying to slowly slog my way through volume I of Capital at the moment, it's taking a while.
  10. Lyev
    2nd December 2009 21:52
    My stories pretty much the same as you really, as soon as I discovered Marxism I labeled myself a ML, but didn't really know what it entailed. Although, I've still got loads of books to get through before I decide on some definite sect or anything. So many, many books...

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