Monday, July 1, 2013



It was long and deep, as any tragedy should be. After a drawn out silly-season, the media gathered for the opening, eager to witness the much awaited comeback of Pemberton’s work.
After two hours, of which one was an exasperating monologue, the journalist of a smallish publication stood up.
“Kill him already!”
Silence invaded the theater.
In a fit of rage, Pemberton hurried across the stage, coming from behind the curtain, and threw one of the props, a rather heavy one, at the journalist.
Unfortunately, having his masterpiece ruined was not the lowest moment of Pemberton’s day… or following years.

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