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Dingbot
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04:09:35 PM Jan 10th 2014
Someone needs to read this monsterpiece in Victor Borge's phonetic punctuation.
SirQuady
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01:53:51 PM Nov 8th 2010
edited by SirQuady
Uhh, what's up with the page image? What does it have to do with the topic? The best I can read into it is that the piece is so bad you wish the author was dead? (Wut?). This just seems wrong from both a "THATS JUST WRONG MAN" and a "I think I'm incorrect" side of things. So yeah, can someone explain why it's there, what it's supposed to mean?
MrDeath
02:14:11 PM Nov 8th 2010
The page image is meant to depict some poor soul who's tried to read it, and whose brain has subsequently just given up when faced with the sheer awfulness of the book.
Ryuuma
02:03:33 PM Mar 7th 2011
Oooook.... but.. why there's a lampant "The author, Jim Theis" written right under it?
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