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'Gremlin is one half Douglas Adams, one half Stephen King, one half Kurt Vonnegut, one half Chuck Palahniuk, one half Dave Barry, one half HP Lovecraft, one half Deity, one half non-existent deity, one half Harry Knowles, one half Kevin Smith, one half James Randi and three-fifths Oligarch of the universe. This staggering amount, approximately 610%, is only fitting for someone bigger than life, which is Gremlin to a T.'
Now, here we are, nineteen years later, ready to castigate a new generation of thinky losers who communicate largely in selfimpressing sound effects.
Armed with a laptop, a mobilephone, a pack of cigarettes, a coffeechick, and a state of mind hovering between pure apathy and utter contempt, he spends the hours from dusk until dawn on a summer night trying to write a book about an alien invasion, an actual invasion of his privacy by every selfimportant twerp in the building notwithstanding.
Written from his perspective, coloured by his own interpretations, the fictional autobiography remains mired in truth, documenting the unfortunate epidemic of drunks and joiners lamented by lurkers the world over, his reactions and strategies to be left the hell alone ameliorating him as the antihero deigning to counterattack the forces of dimness foolishly appointing themselves entitlement to respect and adoration, all while George—a paranoid schizophrenic in the corner—counts down to the end of the world at dawn: a premise insane, yet, in the strictest sense, not necessarily inaccurate.
tl;dr: guy writes book while bad stuff happens.