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for The Light: a Fictional History of Thought

2/29/2004 c3 11Squirrelmistress
So that's what's written in the "special" section of my history textbooks, in the sealed pages labelled "Hazardous." Intriguing.
Well, what can I say? The cavemen section especially reminded me of Douglas Adams, and the rest was just as hilarious. I love rampant mockery of historical figures!
1/30/2004 c3 22vidalia.tortuga.88
wow i love your spin on history. especially cause we just started more shakespeare crap in school (julius caesar) and it would be hilarious if my teacher read about who you think the real playwrite was. post another chapter soon please!
12/23/2003 c2 3nuckpang
A very good take on the life of Shakespeare, very clever, i love the dialog. One thingy however, Columbus didn't prove the world was round, he simply sailed from Spain to the Gulf of Mexico, if you're looking for the person who was the first to circumnavigate the globe that would be Magellan. Sorry to nit-pick.
12/18/2003 c3 66Simon Psyc
mwaha shoulda known he was trippin'. keep goin, for ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever...
*Simon continued typing "and ever" for three hours until he finally got up to get a donut.*
12/14/2003 c3 34Forest Passant
still good...
your paragraphs are a bit long, but i'm searching for something to criticize here...
12/10/2003 c3 3L. Spiritwood
hehe! I love it! I really like your style. You kind of sound like Douglas Adams, but it's still kind of your own style too. great job! hehe! Now I know why I like Shakespeare's plays so much! hehe! keep it up!
9/19/2003 c2 66Simon Psyc
still awesome. keep it up!
9/14/2003 c2 Amberwood
LOL! That is hilarious! I especially liked Harold. Well, I guess that's what you get if you decide to eat a Death Apple. ;-D

Oh, but just so you know (I'm not being critical here, it's meant to be purely informational), very few Shakespearean scholars actually credit Marlowe for Shakespeare's work, mainly because he died before Shakespeare published any of his work. Anyway, your theory with Georgia is hilarious! Can't wait for the next chapter. Oh, and the first paragraph was bloody brilliant! VERY much like Douglas Adams. Now all you need is an interstellar highway thrown in somewhere! heeheehee!
8/21/2003 c1 3nuckpang
Lol, wonderfull! very hitchhiker-like.
8/11/2003 c1 34Forest Passant
hee, hee...
7/21/2003 c1 126lili brik
idiotically hilarious! i liked it! write more!
7/19/2003 c1 66Simon Psyc
that is some good stuff. i want to see more!
7/17/2003 c1 4Tirranek
Fantastic! You have certainly achieved that Douglas Adams feel and his ironic sense of humour.

If I was to suggest one thing it would be to perhaps focus on the first thought for a little longer and thus cause their disregard for it have a greater impact.

But like I said, this is a brilliant story. I eagerly await more!
7/17/2003 c1 8Fearless Swan
Very good!

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