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"I Actually Relate More To The Villain," Declares Brave Young Man

By Danny Neary

COLUMBUS, OH — In a moment of exceptional bravery Columbus State Community College student Brian Robinson declared it was not the hero of the film he related to but the film’s antagonist, a violent, charismatic super-villain. “He’s just more interesting, and he actually made a lot of good points” said Robinson adding that he even put a decal of the villain on his Dad’s old Ford Taurus. Never one to shy away from controversy, Cale even went so far as to insinuate that the film’s hero was naive in his belief that people are inherently good. “Things are messed up, and the villain was the only one who got that and who understands how fake, and full of shit everyone is.” At press time, Cale was receiving a lot of backlash for his bold and controversial view that video games are in fact a modern form of art.

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