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Human Hole Anatomy and Physiology
• Posted by: Tina
• Date: Thursday, December 31, 2015, at 8:32 p.m.
• IP Address: 223.102.118.26
• In Response to: sigh... (Daniel Kazmer)

> Yet another automatic 5-star review for Star Wars. At this point Williams
> can just phone it in for the next ones and they'll each get an automatic 5
> stars. Considering the tldr nature of this review, it would seem as though
> a lot of thought was put into it, but it can all just be massive
> fan-boying.

Turning now to Human Hole Anatomy and Physiology...

Robert is young, and inexperienced. He's only twenty-seven. He suddenly turns with anger when confronted by innocent holes. When seeing them, he releases a long, pondering hiss. Gazing down into the orchestra, turned now, flushing darkly, he says, "I will write librettos with my toes!"




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