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Winter 2003

Helping America procrastinate since 1636

September 25, 2020
 
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Area Man Unreasonably Proud of Incredible Hulk Playing Cards

SAN DIEGO, CA - San Diego state junior Zach Anderson, according to friends is, like way proud of his recently acquired Incredible Hulk playing cards. Says girlfriend Lisa Nguyen, "So Zach fell off his bike and was in the hospital for a couple days, and as a joke, I picked up a pack of these silly playing cards, you know to cheer him up. It's not like I really loved the movie, but you know, I thought it was kind of random and Zach usually likes that kind of stuff. Little did I know that I was creating a real monster."

Added friend and roommate Travis Taylor, "Zach and I always get together with friends to play poker or hearts, and ever since he got those silly Incredible Hulk playing cards, he insists on using them every time, and he's like really serious about it. Now don't get me wrong, I thought it was kind of funny the first few times, but after a while, it gets a little distracting to see a picture of the Hulk smashing a truck instead of the familiar Queen of Spades or Jack of Hearts."

"It's been over a month since Zach got out of the hospital." Added Nguyen. "But I guess I should expect these phases. Last year it was Indiana Jones Boxer shorts and New Kids on the Block Marbles. I just wonder what it will be next?" Anderson himself only had to say, "Hulk Angry, Hulk Smash!" while enthusiastically waving around the Two of Clubs.  HSP 




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