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"Ren Höek: [stammering] I... I was nice today, nice to all those insipid little monkeys!, answering all their stupid letters!
[nervously looking at his hands]
Ren Höek: My hands... dirty!
[starts rubbing them together]
Ren Höek: The dirt won't come off!
Ren Höek: President what a joke, president... president of what?
[looks over at Stimpy]
Ren Höek: His fan club!, how they love him!
[crawls onto Stimpy's stomach]
Ren Höek: Look at him lying there asleep!
[stands up and stares at him]
Ren Höek: The idol of millions! He's a fool, a lying, silly little fool!, how easily I could end the farce
[looks at his hands]
Ren Höek: with these hands, these dirty hands!
[in a demonic voice]
Ren Höek: and with these hands I hold the fate of millions!, they think he's a god, but he's as mortal as we!, I know!
[imagines saw marks on Stimpy's neck]
Ren Höek: Just one quick twist!
[makes strangling and twisting motions]
Ren Höek: and it's over, just one!
[reaches for Stimpy's throat]
Ren Höek: [suddenly grabbing his head in pain] No it's happening again!, my brain!
[in a demonic voice]
Ren Höek: My hot stinging brain!
[shrieks in terror] "
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C.S. Lewis
Birth: 1898-11-29 Death: 1963-11-22

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Born in Belfast, C.S. Lewis was one of the most influential Christian writers of his day and made significant contributions to popular theology as well as children's and fantasy literature. During his lifetime he wrote more than 30 books, including the highly acclaimed The Chronicles of Narnia, The Four Loves, Mere Christianity and The Screwtape Letters. Lewis was appointed to the position of Fellow and Tutor in English Literature at Oxford and served there for 29 years. A one time devout atheist, he credits friend J.R.R. Tolkien for his conversion to Christianity. In fact, he and Tolk…

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