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What's so great about this guy?,
This review is from: The Great Gatsby (Paperback)
I don't understand. This book is called the Great Gatsby, but everyone in the book treats Gatsby like he's regular size. What's so great about that? I mean, if he were a giant or something, that would be totally sweet, but if he's just a normal size guy, then why does he get a whole book about his greatness?
All I really remember about this book is there are some strange things about lights on the shore, and a chick named Daisy, which made me think about the Dukes of Hazard a little bit, but that's it. I sorta vaguely remember Gatsby fighting a jive talking robot, but it was in one of the later chapters, so I won't ruin it for you.
You can read this book if you want, but I'd recommend you try and figure out who is better: Kitt from Knight Rider, or the Orange car from Dukes of Hazard.
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Initial post: Jan 15, 2008 4:10:07 PM PST
Also a joke review, I assume . . . that seems to be your specialty.
Posted on Oct 2, 2012 11:16:19 AM PDT
Mr Honest says:
Congrats! You've punked The New Republic - http://www.tnr.com/blog/plank/107870/the-
They are a shadow of their former, um, greatness.... but still. Well done!
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