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Dril (wikipedia.org)
56 points by octosphere on Nov 24, 2019 | hide | past | favorite | 4 comments

>The Fact Remains That Your A Guy From Reddit, And Im A Guy Who Posts On A Website Thats Somewhat More Prestigious Than Reddit

Dril is the Shakespeare of our age.

God, for a Wikipedia page to dance around the identity of an author (Paul Dochney), for what amounts to essentially a well-received daily comic strip in a newspaper, really says a lot about what's wrong with the world as we know it.

It's just too much to plainly state:

  @dril is Paul Dochney
Once you have a book to sell, and have been interviewed by Vice, it shouldn't be a big deal to say that. At the very least, it's also reasonable to give the author his own wikipedia page, and cross-link to the persona's wiki.

If I could only bring one twitter account to a deserted island it would without a doubt be dril/wint.

This reminded me to buy his book.

There is something very relaxing about reading 75% nonsense, 25% satire posts.

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