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Beamed directly into your brain by: bill33

The author writes:

So apparently one of you smart alecks thought it would be funny to post an audio clip of a nervous breakdown I had while rehearsing Hamlet in middle school and claim it was me freaking out reading the forum's response to last Wednesday's comic.

How can I prove it's from middle school? Simple: my vocabulary was much narrower at the time, which is why I assumed "pseudocounterargumentative" was a real word. Or at least a word that's been uttered more than a thousand or so times in the history of the English language. Also, if you crank up the volume and listen closely to how my speech reverberates in that clip, it should be obvious that this could not possibly have occurred in a cuboid apartment room. Or at least certainly not a normal person's apartment room.