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Belvyland: February 11

One of my favorite genres is one I like to call Epicly Ridiculous Satire. Equal parts grandiosity and
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Belvyland: February 11
By Berny Belvedere • Issue #25 • View online
One of my favorite genres is one I like to call Epicly Ridiculous Satire. Equal parts grandiosity and absurdity.
I have been known, from time to time, to dabble in this glorious literary subfield. In fact, I recently had the opportunity to revisit two pieces I wrote not too long ago: one on Donald Trump and the other on Sean Hannity. Here they are.
The first imagines whether Donald Trump could successfully travel the Oregon Trail. Remember the computer game? That’s how we test this extremely important question. Read to find out what happened.
The second involves a scheme to verify a claim Sean Hannity made by surreptitiously gaining access to his house and recording video of his home set-up. Sean claimed to own 5 Keurig Coffee Makers. America deserves to know whether this is an accurate self report. Read what we found.
I should do a book full of these one day.

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