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  1. To The Residents of New Apt F7,

    According to what we have seen here in this video you are violating no less then fifteen health and safety parameters which are clearly stated on the Kenyon website. We have sent you all an email and will be conducting an inspection of the apartment tomorrow morning. Graphite, hanging lanterns, and living in utter filth is simply disrespectful to yourselves and to future residents. Mr. Dougherty, we will perform a more in-depth search of your room in particular which appears to be quite frankly unlivable. We are also interested in what seems to be a fifth roommate in a four person new apt (?). We look forward to speaking with you tomorrow.

    • why don’t you take a flying fuck at a rolling donut? Why don’t you take a flying fuck at the moooooooooooooon?

      • Ivanov’s fear was of a literary nature. That is, it was the fear that afflicts most citizens who, one fine (or dark) day, choose to make the practice of writing, and especially the practice of fiction writing, an integral part of their lives. Fear of being no good. Also fear of being overlooked. But above all, fear of being no good. Fear that one’s efforts and striving will come to nothing. Fear of the step that leaves no trace. Fear of the forces of chance and nature that wipe away shallow prints. Fear of dining alone and unnoticed. Fear of going unrecognized. Fear of failure and making a spectacle of oneself. But above all, fear of being no good. Fear of forever dwelling in the hell of bad writers.

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