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Charles Mudede, looking at his bookcase: “Hey! I have a spider crawling up to my commentary on Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit. What could it mean?”
It means that he never touches any of the books he has. Kind of like most intellectuals.
Charlotte just won't give up on that pig.
It means that you need to dust.
Trust me, Will. The combined electrostatic charge from all that dust may be the only think keeping Chaz' bookshelf from collapsing into a veritable tsunami of paper, and inundating the entire Editorial Staff.
Is this an everyday kind of thing?
Which, the electrostatic charge, the spider, or the post by Charles?
The spider is seeking a mate.
Or it is thirsty.
Unless...was it a glowing translucent spider?
Cause' that's bad.
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