The compiler of the zombie apocalypse's oral history doesn't like what Hollywood did with his story, and now he's speaking out.
In an effort to prevent theft of pricey electronics or other goods, the retailer instituted security checks - on the way out - for its warehouse staff, but the lengthy lines are causing problems.
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Phillip Patterson, from New York, “inspired by Islamic tradition”, has nearly finished the hand-written copy of the Bible he started in 2009.
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Philip Aidoo, a teacher at Eastern University Academy Charter School in Philadephia, bought James' book for the 14-year-old “after seeing it on his reading wish list”.
The Pulitzer-winning author was allegedly duped by her former agent into signing her legal rights away.
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