From 1993 to 2001, this Serbian middle-school biology textbook sported a cutout of a still from Raising Arizona in which Nicholas Cage and Holly Hunter cradle their stolen baby.
So obviously, Nicolas Cage was also the face of a Serbian biology textbook between the years of 1993 and 2001, because Nicolas Cage binds and surrounds us. And obviously, nothing says “a study of life” like a photo of its most active and vital participant, Nicolas Cage—specifically, Raising Arizona-era Nicolas Cage and Holly Hunter, together with the baby they stole from a wealthy furniture magnate, which is where all Serbian babies come from. Anyway, we fully expect that Nicolas Cage is, at this very moment, rewriting his will to have “Face on a Serbian biology textbook” inscribed on his pyramid tomb.
Nicolas Cage was on the cover of a Serbian biology textbook, obviously
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There are three more stops on my tour for Walkaway: tomorrow at San Diego Comic-Con, next weekend at Defcon 25 in Las Vegas, and August 10th at the Burbank Public Library.
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