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1
After reading #2, I read the post heading "Remember: You have the right to remain _silent_" and giggled.
2
I'm too inept to solve a regular Rubik's Cube as it is.
3
I think you meant to say :largest and most complex Rubik's puzzle: in 3 dimensions.

Some of those which involve charm and beauty can be even more difficult, especially if made out of transubstantiated dark matter with multi-dimensional existences, especially as they change forms.
4
I wanted to read the poems online, but they were posted as .doc files.

The horror. The horror.
5
@4 use Open Office - it converts proprietary .doc files into open source files.

Think it's at Open Office dot org or something like that.
6
the insanely long poem reminds me of the beginning of sophie's choice when stingo encountered the farmer with the suitcases full of an epic poem he'd written about norse heroes or something.
7
100 page poem a day for 100 days?!

4.16 ish pages an hour assuming you are writing nonstop 24hours a day for 100 straight days! How is that even possible?

I want to read the last few poems in the book, I bet they are SUPER twisted
8
Someday, a puss-covered demon with bulging red eyes and mouths where his nipples should be will force me to read a 10,000 page poem...until then, I think I'll pass.
9
I bet the bindery the publisher uses hates that fucker David Morice. Ha!
10
His ability to write a lot does not also imply an ability to write well.
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@10 I'm guessing anyone writing 10,000 pages over a 100 day period is going to write a lot of garbage. If you asked me to sit down at a PC and bang away randomly on the keyboard for 100 days I still would get distracted and not finish.
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@7: what makes
a poem
a poem,
is the fact
that all the
words are
squished over
to the left
leaving mostly
space
to the right.

Hence
it is
not hard
to fill up
pages
without
using
very many

words.

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