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The Dennard Dayle Newsletter
December 1,
“Mariah Carey is Trying to Kill Me”


The carols own us now.

Lrrr returned to google search results.

Jack Dorsey is radicalizing a retirement home now.

Mississippi lawyers presented a suitcase of Babylon Bee headlines to the Supreme Court.

WWE fired the guy who makes tables.

GOP took the circular firing squad for a test drive.

War Journal

This is functionally my Fallout: New Vegas scrapbook right now, and I’m fine with that. I just finished Old World Blues, and it reminded me why I love science fiction, video games, and punchlines. Thank you to everyone that touched that project.


I made copious amounts of Jamaican food for Thanksgiving, and I’m grateful to me for it.


I’m fine with the holiday. But Christmas songs make me want to walk into the sea. I’ve come to accept them as proof I murdered someone in a past life. Probably on Christmas Eve.

The Present

Fun fact about Komi-san Can’t Communicate: It sucks. We talked about it on Weeaboo Hell.


I think my favorite out of the Climate Apocalypse Survival Tips is “Don’t follow the crowd! Raiders target them first.”

The Past

In 2017, I ran a gag Twitter account with headlines from the future. Everything that’s happened since then is my fault.

The Future

My book Everything Abridged is better than love. Trust me, I’ve tried both.


One day until my Bluehost diss track’s out.


The gag comic, like the album Chinese Democracy, is coming eventually.


The short video project has evolved from pre-preproduction to preproduction. Get excited.

One Sentence Reviews

King Richard: Every biopic we’ve made in the 21st century is the same film. (2.5/5)

Oblivion Song: Healthy reminder that outside the US school system, 3.5/5 is good. (3.5/5)

Super Crooks (Animated): Wanted, minus 87.5% of the stupidity, plus Bones. (3/5)

Signing off

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