The struggle in terms of the strange

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A. E. Robic


  1. angela
    April 27, 2022 @ 2:14 pm

    Filth! I caught my teenager reading this yesterday and now I think she is dealing drugs. You are no Shakespear!


  2. Fill Haze
    April 27, 2022 @ 3:59 pm

    Yes, but in the sober absence of e she may yet be Shakespear’s sisterhood.


  3. Austin Loomis
    April 27, 2022 @ 9:45 pm

    “The zombie,” explains Eddie Munster, recovering from a drug-induced coma, “is a satire of the vampire. Unnoble, unsuave, uncharming, and billions of them.[…]”
    Eddie Munster falls dead on fiery coals, his soul goes down to Heaven.

    — Nicklaus Maack, “Why Can’t We Be Friends?” (a 1994 Usenet post about James Joyce with a shotgun [“Phallus of horrors, demonsweat and badgerfuck”] defending his ivory tower from an oncoming zombie horde for as long as he can, but ultimately he is swarmed under “and the zombies feast like they were sneezing backwards in slow motion”)


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