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Number 521 Chaim the Squirrel Keeper

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For more information and an explanation of this project, visit the wikipedia entry for John Hodgman's book, The Areas of My Expertise.

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ElDave says:

Imaginative idea that wonderfully executed! Great job!
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Tolomuco says:

I wish to have that kind of imagination
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andertoons says:

Holy criminy! You've done 118?! I'm so ashamed of myself...
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Ape Lad says:

It's I who should be ashamed of myself. Don't I have better things to do with my time?!?
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xadrian says:

If we all had more time to be better than we are.
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sandrino says:

I love the variety of styles. You've made it a very interesting and creative project.
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Ape Lad says:

To quote my favorite line from a Bugs Bunny cartoon ever: "Everyday the same thing: variety!"
(This was the complaint of the Charles Laughton-looking king who yearned for simple hasenfeffer, in case you've forgotten that particular short.)
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halcyonsnow says:

"You've done 118?!" + 4x=498
Where x=hoboes per month; x=380/4 >> x=95 hpm
Or, about 3 per day on average.
Is that right?

Good god, robot. You are a robot animal.
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Ape Lad says:

No, robot. Although I'll have to trust you on the math.
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halcyonsnow says:

I will redact the message. Although robots are, technically, animals.
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Antony Hare, P.I. says:

I love your line work. Found you via Gawker Artists.
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rpoe says:

You hoboes are by far the best I've seen, as far as hoboes are concerned.
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devojane says:

Congratulations! A towering acheivement. Whence the book?
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tinkerer [deleted] says:

Great stuff ! Found you while visiting Eduardo.
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