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Acknowledgments W ith

by Kevin Schroeder
Acknowledgments W ith a new book comes a new round of acknowledgments. But how does one write creatively when the same people deserve thanks? The answer, it seems, is obvious. Write it in the style of Medieval literature and read it with an English accent. Toward the beginning of the fourth age of man, the author emerged from Dallas, a great city of men. As was told in History of the World: Part II, our hero journeyed from his homeland, where he had been sired by Randy the Great and Irene the Peaceful. Also left behind was his sister, Melanie the Foolish, who had become great in the cutting of hair and the curling of rocks. To this day, the explanations of both the reason for this curling and the mechanism for how these rocks were curled have remained a mystery. Throughout the hero’s journeys, several persons made an impact on his quest. Among these were Mark, the former King of the realm of Titus 2, with his queen, Debbie the Wise; Jennifer and Bob, the Lady and Lord of the North. . . of Dallas; and David, King of the Castle of the Glen, with his wife, Marsha the Sweet. During the preparation for this great dissemination of knowledge, many people came to know and love our hero and were loved in return. Whilst a complete list has never been discovered, much evidence has been found in the Annals of Facebook of what relationships may have transpired during this period. The Earls and Countesses Buckley and Bruner were chief among the correspondent’s contacts here. The stronghold of Fort Dana, whose ruler went by the name of a greeting, contributed mightily to the correspondence.

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Acknowledgments W ith a new book comes a new round of acknowledgments. But how does one write creatively when the same people deserve thanks? The answer, it seems, is obvious. Write it in the style of Medieval literature and read it with an English accent. Toward the beginning of the fourth age of man, the author emerged from Dallas, a great city of men. As was told in History of the World: Part II, our hero journeyed from his homeland, where he had been sired by Randy the Great and Irene the Peaceful. Also left behind was his sister, Melanie the Foolish, who had become great in the cutting of hair and the curling of rocks. To this day, the explanations of both the reason for this curling and the mechanism for how these rocks were curled have remained a mystery. Throughout the hero’s journeys, several persons made an impact on his quest. Among these were Mark, the former King of the realm of Titus 2, with his queen, Debbie the Wise; Jennifer and Bob, the Lady and Lord of the North. . . of Dallas; and David, King of the Castle of the Glen, with his wife, Marsha the Sweet. During the preparation for this great dissemination of knowledge, many people came to know and love our hero and were loved in return. Whilst a complete list has never been discovered, much evidence has been found in the Annals of Facebook of what relationships may have transpired during this period. The Earls and Countesses Buckley and Bruner were chief among the correspondent’s contacts here. The stronghold of Fort Dana, whose ruler went by the name of a greeting, contributed mightily to the correspondence.
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