Fahrenheit 351

No need for a warm cozy blanket in this scenario. ;-)

Tagging +Sean Cowen and +Amanda Rachelle Warren, of course.?
Fahrenheit 351

No need for a warm cozy blanket in this scenario. ;-)

Tagging +Sean Cowen and +Amanda Rachelle Warren, of course.

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10 Responses to Fahrenheit 351

  1. Uhm… I'm obviously missing some critical element…
    /me runs off
    "To Google!"

  2. Jess Nut says:

    The book is called Fahrenheit 451 because ostensibly that's the temperature that paper burns. This is titled Fahrenheit 351, so the paper is just warm.

  3. Michelle C says:

    Mmmmm books. Delicious!

  4. #Austerity  saving the government money… by reducing the temperature bureaucrats diktats allow for book burning…

  5. … now I feel stupid. I'm well familiar with f451, classic Bradbury. I thought there was more significance with the number 351 than just lower temperature. #Duh
    Thanks +Jess Nut. =)

  6. Jess Nut says:

    +Jeff Pettorino I often miss jokes because I overthink them too. Curse of the genius. :)

  7. +Jess Nut you are too kind. Probably undeserved on my part. ;)

  8. Sean Cowen says:

    Punny! Nothing better than a warm book. hehe

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