Abacus9: aerojockey: Tolstoy didn't write Les Miserable, dumbassmitter. That was Alexandre Dumas.No, Dumas wrote Moby Dick. Tolstoy wrote Crime and Punishment.
free_waffles: No, H.G. Wells was the director, Orson was the writer. Orson Welles also wrote that one, Invisible Man about the angry black kid.
angrycrank: Valjean! At last! We see each other plain!/if I have to have the Confrontation Song stuck in my head, everyone does/This is why Neil Patrick Harris is my Gay TV Boyfriend and I want to take him away from his lovely husband and beautiful children and have him all to myself.
Babwa Wawa: I for one am thankful for the Consumerist. These hucksters at Target (indeed a telling name for this retailer) are simply leveraging an upcoming movie to expose our naive populace to works of fiction that are MORE THAN 30 YEARS OLD!Imagine if someone - a child, perhaps - had purchased and read this book thinking that Tolstoy was the next Danielle Steel or Dean Koontz. Who if not the Consumerist will protect us from this chicanery?Bravo Consumerist, bravo. Stay ever vigilant in your watchtowers. We need you more than ever.
fusillade762: ds_4815: Subby gets 19 years for reading comprehension.Wat? I must be missing something.[consumermediallc.files.wordpress.com image 610x457]
ds_4815: Subby gets 19 years for reading comprehension.
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