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[ooc: This is kinda 4th wall breakage, but I don't know the fandom XD;;;;;]

Hide your LOLs and you're EEEEs this is THE THREATDOWN

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We'll be right back.


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For all you Degreeinsitas attention for all your time earning your 'degree' may actually come in handy. If you don't know, I have an honorary PhD from Knox College. That degree allows me to do physicals in the mens restrooms and allows me to perform surgery (but, apparently the patinentistas say that I need to have a sterile room to remove a heart to see if it is not soiled like our cultural values) and even cure cancer. As soon as I get cancer, I'll be sure to cure myself. With tears of justice.

Regardless, Knox College invited former president Bill Clinton to give a speech to the graduating class. I said that I would burn my degree if he did, and I tried! It's ... made of metal. Actually, it's quite sharp so I tried throwing it at a likeness of Bill Clinton.

My rage is not satisfied! This is for all you HEROES. Figure out a way for me to show some form of rebellion against Knox College and I will be sure test it out on an intern first.


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I am not Stephen Colbert, I am not the real Stephen Colbert either. I do not represent Comedy Central, nor the individual. This journal account is to role-play as the character "Stephen Colbert" from the show "The Colbert Report". This has not been authorized by Comedy Central nor the individual.

Please don't take anything I write here seriously as it is for the role playing community dramadramaduck


A role-playing game is a type of game in which the participants assume the roles of characters and collaboratively create stories. Participants determine the actions of their characters based on their characterization, and the actions succeed or fail according to a formal system of rules and guidelines. Within the rules, they may improvise freely; their choices shape the direction and outcome of the games.

Source: Wikipedia.

In conclusion, Mr. Lawyer representing Viacom or Stephen Colbert, please don't sue the shit out of me.
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