September 23, 2015

While discussing complicated literature...


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  1. And don't even get me started on the complexities of "Clifford the Big Red Dog." Or the nuanced portrayal of Keynesian economics present within "Hop on Pop."

    And when you realize the "Monster at the End of This Book" is really the proletariat... whoa. Your mind is blown.

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    1. Hey, I've had "The Berenstein Bears in the Dark" from the public library since December, 1983. I still haven't plumbed the depths of its complexities.

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  2. “You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children.” - Madeleine L'Engle

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  3. Children have NO HOPE of understanding _The Hobbit_. Sure, Tolkien wrote it for them, but what does he know? He's just the author.

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  4. What a brilliant way to combine your interests! I admire your creativity! Keep sharing this kind of post which implements a great idea with the help of creative drawing skill. Good job!

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  5. The spam is getting more on point each post, I think. Perhaps spam bots have gained artificial consciousness?

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    1. No one ever knew the singularity would be begun by spambots. And it was that lack of knowledge that allowed them to take over without our knowledge.

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  6. Hmm, I wonder what she thinks the Harry Potter books are actually about?

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  7. Yeah, kids read so often these days, discouraging them is fine. #sarcasm

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