18 December 2012DAILY MONSTER PAPERS 213 PreviousNext THE DAILY MONSTER PAPERS Share this More Posts Like This One DAILY MONSTER PAPERS 344 24 November 2014 THE DAILY MONSTER PAPERS 106 12 June 2010 THE DAILY MONSTER PAPERS 175 25 October 2011 2 Comments littlefluffycat18 December 2012 6:32 amHarrison longed to join the social media revolution, but his fingers were too big to hit single keys. This resulted in tweets and FB postings that were, well, enigmatic. At best. He couldn’t talk to type, either – not because of his monsterhood, but because *nobody* can talk to type. At last he resigned himself to a lifetime of ludditry, comforted by the fact that his laptop screen made a magnificent mirror for brushing his teeth. Reply Stefan G. Bucher21 December 2012 4:27 amIronically, Harrison's postings have since attracted a cult following online and off — an *actual* cult following. The Harrisonians spend their lives trying to divine his meaning. They revere him for his cryptic wisdom. The story of the Harrisonians spread all over the internet, but Harrison never knew. Which, had he known, would've been fine with him, too. ReplyLeave A Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.