New ‘Fake Fake News’ Book Reviewers Say They Have No Idea What You Are Talking About


By Van McRobotface

NEW YORK—After reading the first few pages of a new book review appearing in the online edition of The New York Times Sunday, critics of the online publication said they have no idea what you’re talking about. “There is so much here that I don’t even know how to begin,” said reviewer Mary Haynes, who noted that “this is a book about an author’s life that is hard to read,” adding that she does not really understand what you’re saying when you refer to the author as a “writer.” “You’re talking about a young man who is a little different than most of his peers, and you’re not even sure what that means. I don’t think I’m even sure what you’re talking about.” At press time, sources confirmed that after reading the first few chapters of the book, a member of the reviewer’s family had no idea what you’re talking about either.

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