[lit-ideas] Re: Faux-sama released on bail

  • From: Eric Yost <eyost1132@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2006 13:28:32 -0500

I have hardly any Japanese, but shouldn't that be Faux-san?

Faux-Osama, known as Faux-sama in the trade.

His is the usual curriculum vitae. Faux-Osama is a phenomena, known as much for the role-playing game named after him as for the daredevil biplane acrobatics that made "Faux" a household word in households where people care about that kind of thing. Born under a pear tree in Pomona, California, Faux-Osama learned to read and write before he was one year old. By age four, Faux-Osama was fluent in twelve languages, a Democratic activist, had mastered differential equations, had earned an MA from Oxford University, and had badly scraped a knee in a tricycle accident. He and a large, disorderly crowd of fans, admirers, students, and people who were swept up in the large, disorderly crowd, are a regular sight at bailbondsmen everywhere. The author of fifty-two books, Faux-Osama and his family live in the Omega Bio-Ark, a self-sustaining techno-organic structure in the Mojave Desert.

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