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Apparently, Weird Books Are Fictitious
January 2, 2005 — 8:57 am

When I have several days in a row during which I don’t have to be anywhere at any particular time, I tend to stay up later and later, and sleep in longer to match. It’s mid-morning and most normal people are awake by now, or soon to be. I have yet to fall asleep.

In an effort to kill a few more minutes before I make an attempt at unconsciousness, I present you with a little something I overheard last night on the way back to my car after seeing Beyond the Sea:

Guy #1: (noticing a Son of the Mask poster on an outside theater wall) “The Mask is Back. Uh oh . . .
Guy #2: “You know who’s not in that?”
Guy #1: “Yeah. You know that really weird movie he’s in now?”
Guy #2: “Lemony Snicket?”
Girl: “A Series of Unfortunate Events?”
Guy #2: “It’s not that weird. It’s based on a book.”

— Eric D. DixonComments (0)

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