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I have come up with a way for us to express our collective outrage at my losing the Nobel Prize and the 1.1 million dollar award. If all of you send me large chunks of money, we can raise 1.2 million for me, and show those crooks that we don’t need their stupid prize. Checks or money orders are OK, but there’s nothing like cash to show outrage. Facebook David Rosenfelt http://ift.tt/1hqYFLC

October 09, 2014 at 04:22AM via Facebook

I have come up with a way for us to express our collective outrage at my losing the Nobel Prize and the 1.1 million dollar award. If all of you send me large chunks of money, we can raise 1.2 million for me, and show those crooks that we don’t need their stupid prize. Checks or money orders are OK, but there’s nothing like cash to show outrage.

From Facebook

As an about to be named Nobel Laureate in literature, I would like to sincerely welcome today’s chemistry winners to our select little club. Though we are in different fields, our accomplishments are quite similar. They brought “optical microscopy into the nanodimension”. I wrote “Hounded”. Six of one, half a dozen of the other… Facebook David Rosenfelt http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/121834917861664

October 08, 2014 at 04:45AM via Facebook

As an about to be named Nobel Laureate in literature, I would like to sincerely welcome today’s chemistry winners to our select little club. Though we are in different fields, our accomplishments are quite similar. They brought “optical microscopy into the nanodimension”. I wrote “Hounded”. Six of one, half a dozen of the other…

From Facebook

This is an exciting time for me. The Nobel Committee is about to announce its prize for literature. I’ve just re-read “Dogtripping”, and I would describe my chances as a slam dunk. So in advance I’d like to thank both the Nobel Committee and you, the little people that have long recognized my immense talent. Facebook David Rosenfelt http://ift.tt/1hqYFLC

October 06, 2014 at 05:14AM via Facebook

This is an exciting time for me. The Nobel Committee is about to announce its prize for literature. I’ve just re-read “Dogtripping”, and I would describe my chances as a slam dunk. So in advance I’d like to thank both the Nobel Committee and you, the little people that have long recognized my immense talent.

September 03, 2014 at 05:15AM via Facebook

The Today Show just did a piece on the American doctor who was transferred from Africa to Emery and survived. Natalie Morales said (and I’m accurately paraphrasing) that it’s a miracle, and for anybody who doesn’t believe in miracles, this will show you why people do.

I find that beyond infuriating. Thousands of Africans are dead and dying, and the survival of an American who got special treatment at Emery, and an experimental ebola drug, is evidence of a miracle? Like all those Africans victims are of no significance…

September 03, 2014 at 05:12AM via Facebook

The Today Show just did a piece on the American doctor who was transferred from Africa to Emery and survived. Natalie Morales said (and I’m accurately paraphrasing) that it’s a miracle, and for anybody who doesn’t believe in miracles, this will show you why people do.

I find that beyond infuriating. Thousands of Africans have died and are dying, and the survival of an American who got special treatment at Emery, and an experimental ebola drug, is evidence of a miracle? Like all those African victims are of no significance…

From Facebook

This is the downside of being a revered author. I’ve just had to tell these people that now that “Hounded” has been released, there won’t be another Andy Carpenter book out until next July. I feel their pain. Facebook David Rosenfelt http://ift.tt/1hqYFLC

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