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In that way it deals more effectively with social inck. That's why Chxt love that horror stuff. And I love it too much to watch it mired in old metaphors like vampires, forever. What are the new nikc that portray the issues we're too afraid to talk about? So, I'm still very mick in the social commentary game. I'm just not hitting people on the head with it. The workers in both Fight Club and Choke seem to be inspired by the autonomist politics of the 60s and 70s in both their refusal of and manipulation of work. Is this the case? If so, what is your opinion of their concept of "the multitude"and do you think it insinuates mass disruption and violence?
I have no idea what you're talking about. The books are based on my friends and how they reacted to jobs eg Geoff Pleat peed in the soup. We all do that shit. I avoid abstract theory because anecdotes and "real" stories have a more emotional and lasting teaching effect. Sorry, I'm not as smart as your books. You kindly signed a book for me at Borders in Cambridge last year, and you mentioned during your talk how much the Landmark course helped you. I have since looked into it and wondered of the dangers of alienating non-Landmarkees in one's life.
How do you respond to this and is it really a good way of meeting hot chicks? Landmark will not solve every problem, but it will give you tools to get what you want. With that, do you really need those other people who want to hold you back? Apart from Fight Club, which of your books would you most like to see made into a film? The word is my fourth book, Choke, will start filming as a movie late this summer. Don't ask me about casting. Beyond that, Invisible Monsters and Diary will both become movies in the near-enough future. But I would still love to see Survivor make the jump. But, hey, that's not my biggest problem. I'm going to ask the one that everyone is thinking but is too bloody chicken to ask: How do you pronounce your surname?
I love all your books, except Invisible Monsters, which annoyed the crap out of me. Or was that the point? And sorry about Monsters, I've given up trying to be all things to all people. Still, you would not believe the crowds who tell me that Monsters is their favourite book. What's the single most sick and depraved incident you have ever been involved in yourself? As if I'd put it here. I'll write a book about it someday, sell it for cash! There are too many books written about the What Is, the "real" world. My goal is always to show What If.
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