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Lucky Lucy loses lives through being loose

  • Lucky Lucy loses lives through being loose

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  • , the name of a failed Dr. Seuss book, had resurfaced in the archives of the Library of Congress. After decades buried underground, it mysteriously appeared. Titled Loose Lucy,

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  • it reflected Theodore Geisel's style and sentiment before the second world war and his foray and subsequent immersion in children's literature. "Loose Lucy" had the potential to

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  • stray afield in the minds of their fathers, many of which wished for a Loose Lucy of his own. I'll be a doctor of their mixed up libidoes, thought Theodore Geisel to a snozzberry.

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  • Roald Dahl had a fucked-up name none could pronounce, but he had a pretty nice pair of snozzberries, if you can believe C. S. Lewis. Tolkein had itty bitty snozzberries. Fucktastic

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  • was how Oscar Wilde was described by anonymous in a letter publishe in The Pearl's Letters to the Editor feature. It was widely believed, due to the idiom used, that it was Joyce.

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  • Joyce Jenkins, who claimed to be Oscar Wilde's lover (doubtful!) but who really just took out the trash from his apartment and assembled stories from his reject ideas. She had won

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  • a local writing contest and was now invited to travel to London for the Bard's Bedwetting, and oddly named real-time writing competition where each contestant got

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  • an Apple MacBook Pro 16" Retina screen, the 2019 model, with 32 GB of RAM and an Nvidia chipset. It had a butterfly keyboard that nobody liked, and that silly touchpad too.

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  • I'd lived my whole life with a religious degree of perfection so I'd qualify to have my consciousness preserved in a computer. But this? I'm going to live in a butterfly keyboard??

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