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06:01:41 AM Oct 18th 2013
Shouldn't there be a "not" in this sentence: "Mr. Carlson is so much a miser as he's afraid of his mother" ... it sounds weird. Don't you mean "Mr. Carlson is not so much a miser as he's afraid of his mother" ? Haven't seen the episode, so I won't do the edit, in case I misunderstand something here.
10:41:20 PM Dec 3rd 2010
edited by R.G.
I was wondering about basically retelling Dickens' story done in the style of the Dr. Seuss classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas!. Bear with me on this one:

Everyone in London Town

liked Christmas a lot,

but Ebenezer Scrooge, who lived

in London Town - DID NOT!
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