User talk:Formula408

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edit Homage to Catatonia

Thanks for your little review of the article, and to hear someone call one of my ideas 'fascinating metaphor, that actually i find extremely interesting' is praise indeed. I would try and explain the humour involved, but I think the article needs to do that (that's the gist of your review). All I will say is that the Spanish Civil War is not really meant to be featured in the article, it is only a pun on the original, though the aspect of a civil war is. --Knucmo2 10:26, 2 August 2008 (UTC)

yes, but the entire book is about the spanish civil war, so it leaves me a little confused to not mention it in a parody of the book. on the other hand i guess it might not matter

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