Zack: We have reached the end just as surely as Raven reaches the limit of his gladius budget every month.
Steve: I know we just spend 15 pages trashing his master work, but I love Raven c.s. McCracken. He's pretty much the best dude.
Steve: I wish I knew what he was up to now.Zack: Funny you should mention that:
Steve: Dang, that dude rocks so hard. His people to meet thing is pretty much exactly the same as mine only I would say that Keeley girl with the giant rack instead of Madonna and then that Brazilian lady with the giant butt instead of The Donald.
Zack: All Brazilian ladies have giant butts.Steve: You know who I mean. We talked about her before.
Zack: Oh, yeah, that butt. Anyway, it turns out Raven McCracken has another business venture. It's called Scandalous Entertainment.
Steve: YESSSS! HELL YES!
Steve: Raven c.s. McCracken wrote the best RPG book of the 90's and then he turns around and becomes some sort of mogul doing sexy babe TV shows. It's the ultimate lifestyle.
Zack: I wonder how many sexy babes have seen his gladius.Steve: Oh all of them dude, no doubt. Can you imagine resisting his charms? I can't. His house must be like sex place #1.
Steve: Raven McCracken rules. Dude if you read this email me at [email protected] and let me know what your next book is going to be about. Is it set in the synnibarr worldship setting? How do lingerie babes factor into it?Steve: I have to know this!
Zack: He is in the wild now, Steve. Let him be free. If he comes back with a Synnibarr II you will know it was meant to be.
It's true. Grimace is human. God help us, we did our best for him.
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