Jason Pargin (born January 10, 1975), known by his pen name David Wong, is an American humor writer. He is the executive editor of humor website Cracked.com, a recurring guest in the Cracked Podcast and has written four novels, John Dies at the End (2007), This Book Is Full of Spiders (2012), Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits (2015), and What
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John Dies at the End is a comic horror novel written by David Wong that was first published online as a webserial beginning in 2001, then as an edited manuscript in 2004, and a printed paperback in 2007, published by Permuted Press.
guide to the philosophy of mind. Since 1997 I have been philosophy of mind editor for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, with coeditors Daniel Stoljar (since 2003), Susanna Siegel (since 2013), and Alex Byrne, Amy Kind, and Jeff Speaks (since 2015).
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Ada Wong is the pseudonym of an otherwise-unnamed red-clad, Asian-American of Chinese descent. Initially a private agent, Ada was drawn into the intrigue and treachery that is the corporate world when she was recruited by a rival company to participate in their activities against their primary
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