Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for May 28, 2024

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    saobadao  about 2 months ago


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    Enter.Name.Here  about 2 months ago

    Meet the exit.

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    Imagine  about 2 months ago

    From a meet and greet to a meet and beat.

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    oldpine52  about 2 months ago

    Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach. Those who can’t teach, criticize.

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    Concretionist  about 2 months ago

    The closest my mother ever got to being able to say “My son the doctor” was my handwriting.

    PS: These days, I type and if that’s not feasible, I print.

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    Bilan  about 2 months ago

    What is that on the table? The last person that tried to be a critic?

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    Alabama Al  about 2 months ago

    The author undoubtedly desires to demonstrate that the pen is at least equal to the sword by stabbing the critic with the writing instrument.

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    dflak  about 2 months ago

    I once had a boss whose handwriting was so bad that I accused him of going to medical school to study penmanship.

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    phritzg Premium Member about 2 months ago

    If that sword is Excalibur, they must be meeting King Author.

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    dot-the-I  about 2 months ago

    When it comes to signing, top athletes practice toward “characteristic” and quickness over legibility.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member about 2 months ago

    I read that Shakespeare spelled his name 13 different ways!!

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    [Traveler] Premium Member about 2 months ago

    There are millions of DIY critics on social media

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    mrwiskers  about 2 months ago

    I taught penmanship for years. The consistent goal was for the student to take their time and take ownership and pride in how their penmanship appeared. Then the Michigan Board of Education changed their focus to frequent testing. As a result, we no longer had control of our classroom time for things like penmanship.

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    Can't Sleep  about 2 months ago

    Nobody asks to meet the critic because they always give their opinions free of charge.

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    GreenT267  about 2 months ago

    I wonder when we will replace the signature line on credit cards, signature machines, etc. with a thumbprint. Few even try to scrawl their signature and most just squiggle a line.

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    kjeffus  about 2 months ago

    Whither Nebbish?

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    ladykat  about 2 months ago

    The critic seems more popular than the author.

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    calliarcale  about 2 months ago

    No one can ever accuse me of misspelling my name in my signature — because nobody can read my signature in the first place! :-D

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member about 2 months ago

    The critics today have taken the woke pill. On movies I wait a while for the audience reviews to come in on Rotten Tomatoes. Avoided more then one bomb that way.

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    KALKAY32  about 2 months ago

    And the most predatory of all critics are College Administrators.

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    dadlivonia  about 2 months ago

    I hope that is a dagger and not a cross

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    Kveldulf  about 2 months ago

    At least this author has found a professional to read his work. No publisher (exception below) will accept a submission that does not come from an established agency and no agency will accept a submission from an author who is not established.

    The exceptions are direct to press companies that will accept any drivel from any idiot because it costs them almost nothing. Readers go online to look for anything that might appeal to them. If they read eBooks, they pay a small sum for a file. If they want a real book, they pay a larger sum to have a physical copy printed and an even larger sum to have it shipped.

    The problem is that most so-called authors of such stories are either barely literate, extremely boring, or incapable of concise writing.

    I just finished a science fiction novel that told an original and interesting story in an unprecedented manner. Trouble was the author wrote a 200 page book but took 650 pages to tell it.

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    mistercatworks  about 2 months ago

    This is a meeting that is never going to happen. Hey, even Shakespeare didn’t always spell his name the same way.

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    brooklyn51  about 2 months ago

    We remember the artists; no one remembers the critics.

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    cooganm Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Loks like he has Hamlet for a critic. ’Alas, poor Yorick! My gorge rises at his spelling."

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    Adolf Trump  about 2 months ago

    There was a commentor, I believe his handle was “Riverine” had an avatar of a Viet Nam era river boat. Has anyone seen his comments lately? Been a while.

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    6turtle9  about 2 months ago

    You have to pay him not to show up.

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    An author is someone whose doodling is legible.

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    tomfromthe50s  about 2 months ago

    The critic is setting himself up to be called a racist.

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    cafed00d Premium Member about 2 months ago

    I bought a first edition hardcover copy of a book signed by the author. The “signature” was a faint, straight line on the page inside the front cover. Thankfully, the signed version was not more expensive than the unsigned version.

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    eddi-TBH  about 2 months ago

    He brings his own critic. It saves time.

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    keenanthelibrarian  about 2 months ago

    Well, I guess the author can spell his name however he likes.

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    fourteenpeeves  about 2 months ago

    you get a famous person’s autograph and you STILL don’t know who it is

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