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tl dr What do fifty foot homicidal snowmen zombies that help the living and gorillas with jet packs have in common They re all part of the strange cast of characters that fill the pages of tl dr a collect

  • Title: tl;dr
  • Author: Will Ross
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  • Page: 110
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  • What do fifty foot homicidal snowmen, zombies that help the living and gorillas with jet packs have in common They re all part of the strange cast of characters that fill the pages of tl dr, a collection of the funniest poetry, short stories, and essays of Will Ross, co writer of One Eighteen Migration From Unitarians to plutocrats, no one is spared from the satire iWhat do fifty foot homicidal snowmen, zombies that help the living and gorillas with jet packs have in common They re all part of the strange cast of characters that fill the pages of tl dr, a collection of the funniest poetry, short stories, and essays of Will Ross, co writer of One Eighteen Migration From Unitarians to plutocrats, no one is spared from the satire including the writer himself Contains Letters from Gay Camp, An Ode to Jackson Pollock, Women s Shoes in a Man s Closet, How to Become a Writer, and 20 others.

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    About "Will Ross"

    1. Will Ross

      Will Ross is an author of novels, satire, audio drama, humor and poetry living in Chicago, Illinois He s been creating content for the Internet since 2005Best known as a co creator of One Eighteen Migration, Will is a science and technology enthusiast who one day hopes to fire a railgun at the Moon.He lives in Chicago with his fiance, a large cat named Tucker, a larger cat named Tesla, and their tiny dog Mr Pickles.

    646 Comments

    1. Will Ross might literally be the finest satirist writer to ever be born in any civilization, anywhere, and at anytime in the history of the entire Universe. I say that without any bragging whatsoever. He is the best!Will Ross's writing talent is stupendously awesome. He has a very rare talent to completely merge multiple grossly divergent situations into the funniest slices of life, the universe, and wicked humor.Will's writing is so engrossing that I read the entire work in one day. I could not [...]


    2. TL;DR is a collection of some of Ross's funniest short stories and poems. From the moment I started reading I couldn't stop laughing. This was a very entertaining read and I highly recommend this book.


    3. Not quite what I expectedI enjoy satire like many folks, but this book is beyond dry. Save for a single poem about Jackson Pollock and a single short story about airline safety, this read wasn't my cup of tea in the least.


    4. I am so glad that I persevered after the initial story in this collection. A lot of these essays are humorous and the satire is well written. I look forward to more of the musings of Will Ross.


    5. MehDidn't love it, didn't hate it. It was pleasant, but even right after finishing it it feels insubstantial. If you want a light diversion for an hour, this fits the bill.



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