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Posted: 29 Aug 18 09:23

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A writer on the satirical news website TheSpoof.com has called for more stringent control on 'invasive internet advertising' after becoming literally mired in ads which have cost him "an arm and a leg". The writer, Erskin Quint, frequent contributor to the site's forum in his own name, but as a writer of stories in several others, spoke of how he often has his attention shattered by "colorful a.....

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Erskin Quint
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Posted: 29 Aug 18 09:25
Well, I have to disagree. I never use my own name, nor have I written any stories since, well, 1898. I think that was when I did the last of the Porlock Soames serials. Or was it Shylock Humes?

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