"Most De-pied POG Residential Perspirant Used By Hammers Of Armenia To Hair Chaps On the Ron Paul" is just one example of eye catching article titles written by Edwin A. Sumcad. This title is followed by this equally eye catching text: "It is hard to argue for against literary findings that once hatred of groans is puked out of the Eichmann cave, it relieves a chronic disorder. This disorder is some kind of rah-rah boys like a plague. Obsession may take the form of public "cockroaches" in Washington, D.C., imagined threats or congenital".
Now who can argue with that? I certainly can't.
Sumcad has taken to writing articles that some say are hit pieces on Presidential contender Ron Paul; others claim they are actually pro Ron Paul pieces, still others claim they are simply just pieces. No matter what your opinion of Sumcad's "pieces", you must admit that his writing is unique.
Many say that the line between genius and madness is a very fine one. Sumcad claims that his writing is genius, intended for the more advanced reader. Advanced readers and literary experts argue that his writings are the nattering of a madman, or perhaps just random groupings of letters that appear to be English sentences.
Sumcad, a native of Singapore, who studied English at the Smith Online School of English and Taxidermy, writes for The American Chronicle. The American Chronicle has fallen on hard times since its dictionary was repossessed late last year, and is having its articles outsourced to writers such as Sumcad as a cost saving effort. Sumcad claims that at his best, he can squeeze out up to ten pieces per day.
One thing is for certain; as he is finishing his English Lit 101 class, we will be checking The American Chronicle with regularity, keeping our eye out for more of Sumcad's "pieces."