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I Finally Found A Use For Play Magazine

Posted on Monday, September 17 @ 17:58:26 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Ever since the mysterious statue of that which can eternal lie arrived in our offices, mysterious underground calamities continue to strike.

Indeed, last Monday a geyser of water erupted from the middle of the GR parking lot quickly flooding the place. I barely got my car out in time.

Today the eruption was even more foul as all the toilets began to run backwards, flooding the lobby and seeping into our doorway. I needed something fast to block the water (or rather I should say liquid)... something convenient in our front reception room... Play Magazine to the rescue!

I knew when they gave Lair a 9 out of 10, that something strange was up. It's comforting to know that for every honest, accurate review we publish, there's a fluffy Play lovefest to restore the publisher's flagging confidence. Indeed, it turns out that two thirds of all Play Magazine reviews scored higher than the critical average.

Anyway, thank you Play for helping to save our carpets. And don't worry guys, I really like your layout.



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