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Karl Morgan

Karl Morgan is 22 and lives in London, where he is currently at university. Morgan is a massive celebrity in his home country of Ireland, having written some hugely successful self-help literature including 'How To Beat Your Son At Chess' and 'You Are Most Certainly Not A Loser'. The pressures of fame forced Karl to cross the Irish Sea to England in 2000, but he only regrets the move 47% of the time. He is an avid lover of music and has been playing drums for 5 years, most notably with a death-metal band whose six members dressed up like horses and called themselves The Neigh-Sayers. If Karl could offer you one piece of advice it would be this : "Never rub another man's rhubarb".

contributions

Moff Jerjerrod and I 02.22.2007
'24' - A Philosophical Masterclass 02.05.2007
A Monumental Waste of Time, Energy and Money 10.31.2006
Jet Li - Fearlessness and Fisticuffs 07.11.2006
Food is Good 05.12.2006
The Top 5 Cartoons of Recent Years 02.10.2006
Death by Teleportation 01.20.2006
Living On Borrowed Time 12.11.2005

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