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Originally posted by ziggypogo
If I remember correctly, the character, Jake, briefly discusses how things that are meant for kids are creepy.
edit on 19-4-2012 by ziggypogo because: Same answer in previous post
Actually it is Charlie the Choo Choo from a book Jake was readingedit on 19-4-2012 by ziggypogo because: (no reason given)
Charlie the Choo-Choo was a book purchased by Jake Chambers at The Manhattan Restaurant of the Mind. It tells the story of Charlie the Choo-Choo and Engineer Bob. In the book, Charlie is very friendly and dependable, yet Charlie's smile is often described as being untrustworthy. Charlie bears many similarities to Blaine the Mono.
Originally posted by xXxinfidelxXx
reply to post by Leftist
Oh how I wish I could. Life would be alot simpler if I could, but you have to realize that improper spelling is a sure sign that the poster didn't want to put in the effort into their post, which is the main reason why ATS has gone from a great way to find alternative news to nothing more than a glorified "water hole" for people who have no real business posting in anything other than the Off-Topic forums. You have to admit, if people put just a shred of effort into their posts, ATS would instantly jump up a couple of notches in my book. Grammar and spelling carelessness is actually a very fast way to tell if someone actually knows what they are talking about, or in most cases, that they really don't have a clue what they are talking about or are just too lazy to spell check (which is no excuse, as any misspelled word is underlined in red). The laziness is what really gets under my skin, not lack of intelligence, which is at no fault to the individual.