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Ah, Monday . . . Don't we all simply love it? Lousy rainy-weekend hungover tourist jerks. Hydro-One Network shirks. Everybody and their grandmother playing whatever online-gaming quirks, dragging down we hard-working dial-uppers, generally miserablue, tired-but-true through and through. Not the best day to do much more than goof off (if you can get away with it; and, if you can't, you can always blame me for leading you astray); but, here's a wee treat for you to play on this terminally dismal day:

"Check which famous writer you write like with this statistical analysis tool, which analyzes your word choice and writing style and compares them with those of the famous writers."

Whose writing does yours most resemble? H. P. Lovecraft? Stephen King? Kurt Vonnegut? All of the aforementioned? Drop by I Write Like and give this gratuitously useless gadget a try.

Me? Apparently, I write like James Joyce. Don't believe it? Click here to view my badge of authenticity. That's it for me. Oh, I might keep going . . . I can also play @ Wordle, making word clouds (and now, so can you, too).

Have a nice dawg daze :).

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