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Gus Bjork
PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 10:12 pm  Reply with quote



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um...uhhhh...

buh...huh....

Shocked

..my art...my art keeps me sane...
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conundrum
PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 11:13 pm  Reply with quote



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Location: On... teh INTERWEB!!1!

Gus Bjork wrote:
um...uhhhh...

buh...huh....

Shocked

..my art...my art keeps me sane...


LOVE that! I say that all the time, but I do not think anyone has every gotten the reference.
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Gus Bjork
PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 11:18 pm  Reply with quote



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conundrum wrote:
Gus Bjork wrote:
um...uhhhh...

buh...huh....

Shocked

..my art...my art keeps me sane...


LOVE that! I say that all the time, but I do not think anyone has every gotten the reference.


Wel then there's just two of us.
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LivingDeadPunk
PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:07 am  Reply with quote



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conundrum wrote:
Such a butchering of the English language. He was the only person I ever blocked not because he was a troll asshole, but because reading what he wrote literally gave me headaches.
I've never gotten my head with pain from it. I have laughed until I was unable to breathe and had to take a hit from an asthma inhaler but, never my head with pain.
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Uncle Creepy
PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 9:49 pm  Reply with quote
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How could I resist rescuing and resurrecting this important piece of pop culture literature?!

IT WAS MY DUTY!

I hear ya!
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Screamz
PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 12:47 am  Reply with quote



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Why?! Why?! Why?!
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 7:23 am  Reply with quote



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Why?! Why?! Why?!
“BRAIN, I want BRAIN!”
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HorrorLibraryNet
PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 6:26 am  Reply with quote



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Wow. Um....WOW.

This reminds me of some chain letters I used to get from desperate women in Russia who were looking to move to the United States 'for te love and of the married type person and such.'

Who is this author? There MUST be a market for this...somewhere. This is like the MST3K of horror writing. I love and loath it at the same time.

Inexplicably magnetic!

(Edited to add)

I almost imagine this is what it would read like to have Uwe Boll write up a script treatment for his latest project.

I must know more about this author. There has to be some incredible backstory to this all...
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LeeTheAgent
PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 8:25 am  Reply with quote



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HorrorLibraryNet wrote:
Wow. Um....WOW.

This reminds me of some chain letters I used to get from desperate women in Russia who were looking to move to the United States 'for te love and of the married type person and such.'

Who is this author? There MUST be a market for this...somewhere. This is like the MST3K of horror writing. I love and loath it at the same time.

Inexplicably magnetic!

(Edited to add)

I almost imagine this is what it would read like to have Uwe Boll write up a script treatment for his latest project.

I must know more about this author. There has to be some incredible backstory to this all...
Well... there is a backstory...

He woke up one morning getting ready for school. He was not feeling really good. He was going down for breakfast, all of a sudden he felt a sudden pain in his hands, He looked at them and his veins were bulging and than his stomach started to hurt. He started getting dizzy trying to make it back to his room; he fell down half way in his room. Five minutes his body woke up, and he had the taste for brain. When he walked to the kitchen he saw his parents and saying, “BRAIN!” His parents than said “Stop screwing around and eat.” Than he grab his moms’ head snap it off, taking her eyes out. Than he jump on my dad eating out his brain through his mouth.

Than he log onto forum and write story. Than he fell on the floor and seeing what he wrote, he got a knife and stabbed himself.

THE END
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LivingDeadPunk
PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 10:24 am  Reply with quote



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That wasn't "THE END" by a long shot.

When he woke, "Still the knife in my shoulder, I pulled it off."

Screw Hemmingway. TSMK is a real man's man of a writer. I've been known to "pull it off" after waking too but, to wake and "pull it off" with still the knife in your shoulder? That's tough.
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Samhain
PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 2:29 pm  Reply with quote
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I am in complete and utter awe. While re-reading this epic saga (my first blessed experience was at THC), I've decided that this story needs to be published and made available to the masses.
I feel they're being cheated out of experiencing literary greatness.
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Sifu Scott
PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 4:18 pm  Reply with quote
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HorrorLibraryNet wrote:
Wow. Um....WOW.

This reminds me of some chain letters I used to get from desperate women in Russia who were looking to move to the United States 'for te love and of the married type person and such.'

Who is this author? There MUST be a market for this...somewhere. This is like the MST3K of horror writing. I love and loath it at the same time.

Inexplicably magnetic!

(Edited to add)

I almost imagine this is what it would read like to have Uwe Boll write up a script treatment for his latest project.

I must know more about this author. There has to be some incredible backstory to this all...


Tell the truth...You've gotten worse in submissions, haven't you... Razz
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LeeTheAgent
PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 12:56 pm  Reply with quote



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Sifu Scott wrote:
HorrorLibraryNet wrote:
Wow. Um....WOW.

This reminds me of some chain letters I used to get from desperate women in Russia who were looking to move to the United States 'for te love and of the married type person and such.'

Who is this author? There MUST be a market for this...somewhere. This is like the MST3K of horror writing. I love and loath it at the same time.

Inexplicably magnetic!

(Edited to add)

I almost imagine this is what it would read like to have Uwe Boll write up a script treatment for his latest project.

I must know more about this author. There has to be some incredible backstory to this all...


Tell the truth...You've gotten worse in submissions, haven't you... Razz
God I hope not... and if so... post plz!!! Mr. Green
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HorrorLibraryNet
PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 2:04 pm  Reply with quote



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Sifu Scott wrote:
HorrorLibraryNet wrote:
Wow. Um....WOW.

This reminds me of some chain letters I used to get from desperate women in Russia who were looking to move to the United States 'for te love and of the married type person and such.'

Who is this author? There MUST be a market for this...somewhere. This is like the MST3K of horror writing. I love and loath it at the same time.

Inexplicably magnetic!

(Edited to add)

I almost imagine this is what it would read like to have Uwe Boll write up a script treatment for his latest project.

I must know more about this author. There has to be some incredible backstory to this all...


Tell the truth...You've gotten worse in submissions, haven't you... Razz


Honestly...no, I haven't. Well, not yet at least. *LOL*
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HorrorLibraryNet
PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 2:07 pm  Reply with quote



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Samhain wrote:
I am in complete and utter awe. While re-reading this epic saga (my first blessed experience was at THC), I've decided that this story needs to be published and made available to the masses.
I feel they're being cheated out of experiencing literary greatness.




I'm totally with you on this. Whoever wrote this is by far the Wesley Willis of horror literature. Goddam...it's so painful, it borders on brilliant. It's like having a horror story told by memory from a mail-order bride.
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