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THE book causes cancer.......

Joined: July 13th, 2017, 1:50 pm

October 13th, 2017, 8:30 am #1

Book reviews for their version of Faulkner

My grandfather was a chain-smoker from the age of 15. One day my mother and some other family confronted him and told him that if he didn’t quit smoking, he would never see me graduate high school. He quit that day but was diagnosed with cancer three years later and died while I was a junior. After seeing what cigarettes did to my grandfather, I vowed to never smoke myself. But none of that mattered because this book gave me cancer.


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Joined: August 11th, 2017, 11:41 am

October 13th, 2017, 9:09 am #2

I thought this was the best review, "An Aesop Fable for modern times, this book tells the riveting tale of two crabs trapped in a bucket, and describes in painstaking detail how the smaller, weaker crab prevented the bigger, stronger crab from crawling out of the bucket by ratting on it to the fisherman for something the smaller crab actually did.

Spoiler alert: the book ends with both crabs being eaten with drawn butter and a Little Debbie oatmeal pie by Nick Saban."
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October 13th, 2017, 9:48 pm #3

Dirty Yards wrote:I thought this was the best review, "An Aesop Fable for modern times, this book tells the riveting tale of two crabs trapped in a bucket, and describes in painstaking detail how the smaller, weaker crab prevented the bigger, stronger crab from crawling out of the bucket by ratting on it to the fisherman for something the smaller crab actually did.

Spoiler alert: the book ends with both crabs being eaten with drawn butter and a Little Debbie oatmeal pie by Nick Saban."
I liked this one:

"Great book. To hollow out and hide stuff in."

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October 14th, 2017, 9:16 am #4

The reviews are amazing, and much more entertaining than the book the reviews talk about.  I know Steve is a first class ass clown but I still don't understand all the grammatical errors.  How do you not read over your own work, or at least get a 5th grader in Starkville to do it.  
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October 14th, 2017, 1:17 pm #5

IhateBryceDrew wrote: The reviews are amazing, and much more entertaining than the book the reviews talk about.  I know Steve is a first class ass clown but I still don't understand all the grammatical errors.  How do you not read over your own work, or at least get a 5th grader in Starkville to do it.  
Are you seriously questioning shitty grammar by Steve?  You assume there is someone within 25 miles of Starkville that can function at a 5th grade grammar level. 
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