Gibberish 131 Sebastopol. The Clay-Animated Demise of Lieutenant Hollander has been on the screen for over 16 days. Its box office reception has been great, selling over three million in just four days. The tickets that have been sold during those four days contained a GPS tracker and a small microphone. The ticket devices have […]Read more "The Clay-Animated Demise of Lt. Hollander"
Gibberish 129 There is something strange that being awake at dawn brings out of you. Masters and incorrect sisters, the watches and clocks and the digital displays pointed to a time that was neither night nor morning. A mourning of the needles. Needless to say, it had not been so long since his eyes were […]Read more "Masters and Incorrect Sisters"
Gibberish 127 Hoist the colors. The late Robert Vanderveerd had one unseen memo in his breast pocket. The pages were as colorful as the flags that hung from the mast, a swing that fell a thousand fathoms deep. Hence, Henry was his friend whose trousers would never match the girth of his legs. Then there […]Read more "The Grief of Henry and Robert"
Gibberish 093 Rabbits and hares occupied most of the wartime hospitals. From a certain point of time, it had become obvious that it was going to end badly, if not horribly. However, most people were not aware of this predicament. They chose rather to spend their time in their holiday homes, doing away with what […]Read more "The Reality of a Rabbit-Hare Collision"