The Amish versus the Mime

The Amish versus the Mime

by Dan Schwartz

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BN ID: 2940032970118
Publisher: Dan Schwartz
Publication date: 06/30/2009
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 166,856
File size: 40 KB

About the Author

I am an independent author and I am driven by my dedication to nature, humor and the written word. My personal personal philosophy that there is always room for jokes, and as such my writings are always sprinkled with puns, humor, and plenty of things that can be read tongue-in-cheek (if that phrase makes sense in this context). Having strong interests in the environment and mathematics, I tend to craft my tales and works around both and I use writing as an outsource to keep my creativity alive.

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The Amish versus the Mime 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is funny. I liked it. J... :@
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was ok as a short humorous diversion, wondering where the author was going to take it, but not for someone looking for great literature.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am both appalled an insulted. The story is very well written with great attention to detail but I resent the fact that 15 pages were spent portraying mimes as a source of trespassing evil once banished that would dare mock, let alone go looking for a fight with an Amish man...and then to rip out his heart in the end and walk off like it was just another day in the park? This is not cool. Not cool at all. t's stuff like this drivel that does nothing to help how the general public views mimes. And what is this "Charade Parade" he mentions? I know he's not talking about that crap iPhone app. I have to wonder if Mr. Schwartz has ever met a mime. Maybe I should ask my bodybuilding mime friend, Marco, to go visit him and straighten him out. I realize that people are allowed to say and print anything they want, but seriously, there should be some sort of  something against writing things that defame others character, especially an entire group of people. Seriously, what is this? In the world of political correctness we can't stereotype or make jabs at people based on sex, sexuality, religion, skin colour or handicap so we pick on mimes? Is that what this is? The mime has become the whipping boy? Every other group of minorities has an activist group. It's high time we mimes put one together. People need to be made aware of  how mime stereotypes hurt and how we are made fun of and shunned from society. People like Dan Schwartz need to be held accountable for what they write. This needs to end, and it needs to end now.