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Reviewer needed for the weekend bedtime story: SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS vs. SLUMDOG GHANDIPANTS

Original post made by Douglas Kendall on Oct 10, 2009

This is a serious invitation to any serious student of literature to review my latest scholarly work of high acumen for PRATTLE & TATTLE:


Now, I'm serious. Don't let the pedantically stuffy title of this great treatise fool you.

I just finished it. But in my natural shyness am reticent to present it to you readers, whom I hold in near holy awe.

Email me at and I'll send back a copy.
Read it, and let me know if you were entertained.
If I don't hear from you, I'll know that you died laughing, and so will post it for all tonight, for sure.
( I know from all the delightful rebuttals to my posts that I seem to be killing a LOT of folks out there... )

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