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Title: LISTVERSE: The unbearable story of the real Dennis (the Menace) et al
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Published: Jul 22, 2020
Author: Yungman the jew
Post Date: 2020-07-22 12:16:29 by NeoconsNailed
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10 People Stranger Than The Fictional Characters They Inspired

Stories have to be bound by logic. Life does not. Authors usually draw upon interesting personalities for inspiration. For these ten people, the writers did not do them justice. As fantastical as many of the characters in the literary canon are, they cannot compare to the absurdity of the following ten people behind notable creations.....

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Hank Ketcham followed in the blundering steps of A.A. Milne in exploiting his young son for all the world to see through kid culture. Article also includes wild notes on Robert Ripley (the original inspiration for Elmer Fudd?!?) and Johnny Appleseed.

You who love the jewish people® will be pleased to know that writer Yungman has included a stab at Nazis in this lineup. Listverse's doughty authors have a positive talent for this -- stabbing Nazis in the course of writing up ANY subject. It's like the old George Burns joke about pheasant under glass.

I don't know what popular Listverse's original goal was, but the Chosen have made a beeline for it and have exploited it to the max as a vehicle for busting Nazis. If they don't do this, you see, Germany will go Nazi again and exterminate them all with shower heads, crematory ovens and even masturbation machines. masturbating-machines-at-auschwitz

It's weird and coocoo, but has the benefit of keeping up public awareness that Germans are evil anti-human beings from some dark planet who are only fit for scouring off the face of the earth. This is indeed an important public service.

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#1. To: NeoconsNailed (#0)

Dennis Ketcham never lived the idealistic childhood of his cartoon counterpart.[5] Inspired by his son’s antics, Hank created Dennis the Menace, the mischievous scamp and eternal tormentor of neighbor Mr. Wilson. Naming his most famous creation after his child drove a wedge in the family. His mother, Alice, turned to alcohol. His father receded into his work at the expense of the same child he was depicting.

In 1959, Hank and Alice divorced. Later that year, Alice accidentally overdosed at 41. Hank coped with the loss by marrying Jo Anne Stevens. The family moved to Geneva. As Dennis struggled in Swiss boarding schools, his father sent him back to the United States. Hank stayed in Europe.

In 1966, Dennis joined the Marine Corps. After fighting in Vietnam, Dennis suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. For the rest of his life, he meandered through menial jobs. The only time Dennis ever spoke to his father again was to ask for some of the money made off his name.

The Truth of 911 Shall Set You Free From The Lie

Horse  posted on  2020-07-22   12:29:27 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#2. To: Horse (#1)

Calls to mind a tragically profound John Lennon lyric:

I heard something 'bout my Ma and my Pa
They didn't want me so they made me a star

I constantly read entertainment history and am here to tell you there are a great many stars, speshly actors, who sought compensation for traumatic childhoods in the entertainment biznis.


USA! USA! USA! Bringing you democracy, or else! there were strains of VD that were incurable, and they were first found in the Philippines and then transmitted to the Korean working girls via US military. The 'incurables' we were told were first taken back to a military hospital in the Philippines to quietly die. – 4um

NeoconsNailed  posted on  2020-07-22   14:00:00 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

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