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Old 10-21-2012, 07:02 AM   #25
Dr. Drib
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Dear NightBird:


Wow!

Seven people absolutely hated "The Estuary."

I still picked it up, NightBird, for which I thank you.

Apparently, the book is riddled with typos and involves stupid people. As one reviewer claims (paraphrasing), doesn't anything ever happen to smart people? Well, I'm all for dumb people, especially if they're dumb and they turn into dumb zombies. Hey! I ask you: What's wrong with being dumb? Aren't we all just a little bit dumb? On the inside, I mean.

As mentioned, the bok is riddled with typesos. Hey! I ass you: What's wrong with typos? Arent' they an Indiapanposliss writers' best friend? Without typesos, where wood an INdy writher be?

So: Give me more typos and more dumb people. And I'll be one happy redneck reader.


Sincerely yours,
Dr. Drib
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