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An Open Letter About Open Letters

Hey there world,

You look alright today. I mean, you certainly don’t look your age. But don’t take that the wrong way. You look old enough to buy a beer, definitely. But you also don’t look like you’re about to croak anytime soon. You just don’t look like I expected.

Okay, you know what? Let’s start over. I don’t feel good about that.

Hey there world,

You look like crap. DANG okay I’m just going to move on.

This letter is to all of you, and it’s very important. It’s not “You will die if you don’t read it” important. It’s not even “If you repost this 7 times you will kiss your crush at midnight” important. But you should pay attention to this for one solid reason:

Tyler Tarver’s new book is released today.

That’s right. Tyler Tarver not only learned how to form complete thoughts, he also put them into a book format. Actually, come to think of it, I doubt he knows about complete thoughts. Probably just has a book going.

Either way, Letters To Famous People is a beautiful compliation of roughly 7 billion letters to famous people. Will you enjoy it? I don’t know. Do you enjoy any of these following things?

  1. Popsicles
  2. Simple Green
  3. The phrase “A tall glass of water”
  4. Tall glasses of water
  5. The numbers 1-5

If you answered yes to any of these things, then congratulations! Regardless of any of that, it’s pretty much a foregone conclusion that you will fall truly madly deeply in love with Letters To Famous People, Savage Garden style. Go to his site to learn where/how/what you should purchase.

BUT WAIT THIS INFOMERCIAL ISN’T DONE YET

Sir Tarver is actually having a dadgum GIVEAWAY on his site RIGHT NOW in celebration of the book dropping (noun) and the book dropping (verb). There are many prizes available, including something from yours truly! (hint: “yours truly” means me)

So what are you waiting for? Me to end the post? Oh. You are. Okay.

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About The Joseph Craven

I'm tall, but not so tall that people point and stare.

One response to “An Open Letter About Open Letters”

  1. Tyler says :

    this might be your best post ever that i just read

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