History YMMV / RobertBloch

12th Feb '16 6:23:55 AM aye_amber
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* OnceAcceptableTargets: Gays, who were almost always depicted as the campiest of {{Camp Gay}}s for cheap laughs. The best example might be the over-the-top celebrity impersonators in Bloch's ''Psycho II'' (nothing to do with the movie), who are shrieking, giggling, catty queens-- even the ones who do Creator/JohnWayne and Creator/ClintEastwood. * HarsherInHindsight: In his 1947 novel ''The Scarf'' the protagonist fantasizes about going up onto a rooftop with a high-powered rifle and shooting at anyone and everyone he can. Editors originally removed this as too nasty and outrageous, but it was put back in the 1966 and subsequent reissues after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Whitman Charles Whitman's]] shooting spree.
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* HarsherInHindsight: In his 1947 novel ''The Scarf'' the protagonist fantasizes about going up onto a rooftop with a high powered rifle and shooting at anyone and everyone he can. Editors originally removed this as too nasty and outrageous, but it was put back in the 1966 and subsequent reissues after [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Whitman Charles Whitman's]] shooting spree. * OnceAcceptableTargets: Gays, who were almost always depicted as the campiest of {{Camp Gay}}s for cheap laughs. The best example might be the over-the-top over the top celebrity impersonators in Bloch's ''Psycho II'' (nothing to do with the movie), who are shrieking, giggling, catty queens-- queens -- even the ones who do Creator/JohnWayne and Creator/ClintEastwood. * HarsherInHindsight: In his 1947 novel ''The Scarf'' the protagonist fantasizes about going up onto a rooftop with a high-powered rifle and shooting at anyone and everyone he can. Editors originally removed this as too nasty and outrageous, but it was put back in the 1966 and subsequent reissues after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Whitman Charles Whitman's]] shooting spree.----
16th Jun '15 4:42:12 PM WillBGood
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* OnceAcceptableTargets: Gays, who were almost always depicted as the campiest of {{Camp Gay}}s for cheap laughs. The best example might be the over-the-top celebrity impersonators in Bloch's ''Psycho II'' (nothing to do with the movie), who are shrieking, giggling catty queens-- even the ones who do Creator/JohnWayne and Creator/ClintEastwood.
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* OnceAcceptableTargets: Gays, who were almost always depicted as the campiest of {{Camp Gay}}s for cheap laughs. The best example might be the over-the-top celebrity impersonators in Bloch's ''Psycho II'' (nothing to do with the movie), who are shrieking, giggling giggling, catty queens-- even the ones who do Creator/JohnWayne and Creator/ClintEastwood.
29th Aug '14 5:47:00 AM WillBGood
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* OnceAcceptableTargets: Gays, who were almost always depicted as the campiest of {{Camp Gay}}s for cheap laughs. The best example might be the over-the-top celebrity impersonators in Bloch's ''Psycho II'' (nothing to do with the movie), who are shrieking, giggling catty queens-- even the ones who do Creator/JohnWayne and Creator/ClintEastwood.
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