T-Rex: What day is it? It's December now, isn't it?
T-Rex: It's DEFINITELY time for me to fix the great works of fiction!
T-Rex: The great out-of-copyright works of fiction, anyway. My brilliant idea is to completely recontextualize them through the magic of framing stories! So for example, instead of Moby Dick being about this guy after a whale, it's this CRAZY SCIENTIST writing whaler fan fiction, and at the end, the scientist stops and says "Sheesh, I didn't mean to write so much whaler fan fiction."
Utahraptor: And Moby Dick takes place in the middle? T-Rex: Exactly!
T-Rex: And Pride and Prejudice is still this fancy romance story, but now it's framed by this dude being asked to describe the ultimate video game, and at the end the dude says "Anyway after that it becomes a turned-based strategy game with a focus on resource management". Utahraptor: ...Huh.
T-Rex: Hamlet ends as it normally does, but then the framing play starts up again and it's Hamlet's dad looking into a crystal ball, and he says "Forsooth, now let's see what would happen if I won the lottery!!" T-Rex: It's SO GOOD, Utahraptor!
What are the haps my friends
December 1st, 2009:Here are some links I assembled for you guys!