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Monday, April 25, 2011

The Internet Is A Playground by David Thorne


David Thorne is impossible to critique.   I suspect you will either love him or hate him as I don’t see a lot of middle ground.   This is a collection of his musings on his website noted below.

This book reads like the diary of a bi-polar satirist.   Thorne appears to do all the things that we often wish we had to courage to do.   He responds to inanity with insanity.   I suspect that hospitalization may have been necessary for some of the recipients of his brand of humor.

The most widely distributed example of his humor is the series of emails in which he attempted to pay his chiropractor with a picture he drew of a spider.   Writing this on Easter, I found his revelations to the school chaplain regarding his son’s attendance at an Easter program most amusing.  

This is not a book for the faint of heart.  If you don’t have a satirical sense of humor you may be put off by David Thorne.   I found him hysterical.  

I recommend the book.

Body of work of David Thorne

Web site:  http://www.27bslash6.com/



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