Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: Out of Print

edttos_frontcover_alp_noDoes Goddess Eris give es faithful followers immunity to the real world?  Apparently not.

Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: The Tales of Shamlicht is currently out of print.  ‘What?’ you say.  ‘Didn’t it just get published in October of last year (or March of last year depending upon whom you ask)?  What happened?  Was it:’

1) Because of death threats made against Reverend Loveshade?  No.  The latest threats were apparently someone’s idea of a joke.

2) Because of plagarism as accused on Amazon.com?  No.  The accusations were apparently someone’s idea of a joke.

3) Because the book is obscene/pornographic/illegal?  No.  The concerns were apparently someone’s paranoia.  The book’s contents really were inspected before publication by Government Agents.

4) Because Reverend Loveshade started a retro-hippie-anarchist-Kerista-Koresh-inspired-freelove-family-nudist commune invaded by government agents?  No.  The commune-in-progress was never invaded but quietly moved to another and better location and is alive, doing well, and slowly growing.

5) Because The Agents of Greyface, The Illuminati, and Adam Weishaupt are still out there?  Now you may be on to something.  But remember, it’s not over til it’s over….

Lowest listed price on Amazon.com for Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: The Tales of Shamlicht is now $527.72 + $3.99 shipping.  Seriously.  Want one a whole lot cheaper?  We still have a few copies left.  Contact us at the address at discordia.loveshade.org.

Views and opinions of an individual member of The Loveshade Family do not necessarily reflect those of the entire family.

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16 Responses to Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: Out of Print

  1. TawTew the Naturally Perfumed says:

    I’m sure you’ll get another publisher. With Alan Moore and R. Crumb and the Rev. Ivan Stang talking about the book? Bring it back soon!

  2. Pet Girl says:

    Please get it back in print soon. I got it and it’s awesome!

  3. Dharma says:

    The book is awesome. It has to come back!

  4. Anachris Annie says:

    They got more sellers now and the lowest price is $43.82. The highest price is $3,948.26 and you have to pay shipping. Such a deal.

  5. MJ Lover says:

    Stop, stop,
    Look around,
    The book we had
    Cannot be found.

  6. Miley Spears says:

    It’s one of the greatest books I’ve ever read. And I’m not saying that just cuz I contributed! It’s sad that some Discordians are so obsessed with chaos and destruction that they’ll outright lies to attack other Discordians. If they really read the book maybe they’d learn something.

  7. Hakim Bey II says:

    The attack on your book is Poetic Terrorism in reverse, the anti-establishment attacking the anti-establishment. Reaction followed revolution, the want-to-be revolutionaries bought the bill of goods, the Discordians became Greyface and attacked their own. This wasn’t art sabotage, it was literary self-assassination. But the phoenix will spring from the ashes, and your book will again see the sun.

    • R. P. says:

      Hakim I love your work. I have Exquisite Corpse and all three volumes of Panthology and love what you wrote for NAMBLA. Are you going to do the book DogStar? I’ve been waiting for it for years. Love your work!

  8. Leo Croce says:

    You don’t pull on Superman’s cape,
    You don’t spit in the wind,
    You don’t pull the mask off the old Lone Ranger
    and they won’t stop this book again.

  9. pd.comer says:

    The book is plagiarism! Other than some of Rev Loveshade’s kiddie lover junk it’s ripped off from our site. It’s all available online for free.

    • There is only one piece on one page out of the book’s 204 pages that first appeared on that website. This is “Knowing We Are Free” by St. Verbatim which was used by the author’s permission. Some of the pieces, such as Reverend Loveshade’s “Five Blind Men and an Elephant,” are available online and in collections. But the great majority of the book’s pages contain material not available anywhere else. Nothing was used in the book that was not: 1) submitted specifically for the book, 2) used with permission, 3) used under the appropriate Creative Commons or GNU license, or 4) available in the public domain. No one has yet presented any evidence to us or to the publisher of a single item in the book not covered by the above.

  10. Rev. Bootie says:

    I’d buy the book if they paid me enough.

  11. TiGeRR Phan says:

    The publishers a fool. Of course none of us read the book we wouldn’t touch it or anything Loveslut fondled with his filthy perverted fingers. We had no idea what was in it and don’t care. We know its nothing but sick filth. PD.COMERS: 100 Loveshades: 0!

  12. Tom T. Trucker says:

    If you can’t pay the time, don’t do the crime.

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