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Sunday, 21 October 2012

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A BRIEF PROCEDURAL HISTORY OF THE GRACE LEE CASE, WRITTEN AS AN R-RATED PLAY FOR SECOND-GRADERS.

Grace: Kill me.

Grace's parents: No, it's a sin.

Grace: Fuck you. Kill me.

Grace's parents: No, you'll burn in Hell, forever.

Grace: Fuck you, I'll ask a Judge.

Grace: Judge, let 'em kill me.

Grace's parents: No, don't, Judge. it's a sin.

Judge: Fuck you. Doctors? Kill her.

Doctors: You got it.

Grace: Yay!

Grace's parents: No, it's a sin. We'll ask another Judge.

Grace: You suck.

Grace's parents: No, we don't want you to go to Hell. It's a sin.

Grace: Appellate Judge, kill me.

Grace's parents: No, Judge, keep her alive. It's a sin.

Appellate Judge: Fuck you. Doctors? Kill her.

Doctors: Yay (again).

Grace' parents: Nooooooooooooooo!

Grace: Fuck it. Don't kill me.

Grace' parents: No, it's a... Wait, what?

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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