Author hid funny messages on the copyright page of his book

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2019/07/29/21st-century-dodos.html

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It’s only a green crayon because if you used purple, your copy would turn into a real book.

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I used to “copyright” all my highly exclusive, limited-edition, cassette-only releases* as such:

“Anti-copyright 19XX. All rites observed, all wrongs reversed.”

*low-fi demos foisted on a handful of friends and the local college radio station

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I’ve already ordered a box of Crayola bulk green crayons.

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I would allow engraving on a gold disk on a space probe.

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Ⓚ, (ɔ)

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harold-pies

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Next, build a LEGO Mindstorms based mechanical plotter.

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“This motion picture is protected under the laws of the United States and other countries. Unauthorized duplication, distribution, or exhibition may result in civil liability, criminal prosecution, and the wrath of The Tall Man.”

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Good thing Dave Eggers was mentioned because I was ready to jump all over that. [I tend to read everything in a book]

I was under the impression that those “No other binding” limitations had been ruled unenforceable.

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