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In which John talks about reading non-fiction books, which was Darion’s topic suggestion from the Project for Awesome. The Wimbly Womblys play Scunthorpe United.

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Hello and welcome to HankGames without Hank. My name is John Green, manager of the AFC Wimbledon Wimbly Womblies, today taking on Scunthorpe in Kingsmeadow.

Rosianna, is Scunthorpe a real place? She didn't answer me. I think-- I think she might have headphones on or something. 

By the way, I don't know if you can hear in the background. There's a--

Maybe the reason that Rosianna didn't answer me is that she didn't want to tell me the truth, which is that Scunthorpe is a made-up place. There's (?~0:28) manager. Is Scunthorpe real? Is it a town of like more than 1,000 people. There's not a lot of people in Scunthorpe, Rosianna said. How can there be so many towns in England? It's a small country. It doesn't even include Scotland and Wales for God's sake. It's so weird to me that there would be so many. 

(?~0:47) manager, just looking very handsome.

I don't know if you can hear that chainsaw in the background, but God knows I can hear it. I've been hearing it all morning. It's incredibly annoying.

There's 65,000 people living in Scunthorpe, but that's down-- I mean, during the height of the British empire, there were like 400,000 people there. Now it's down like 80%. Anyway, we're just gonna-- let's look into the future, guys, and I think we all say the same future, which is a nil-nil draw.

However, today's topic comes from Darian, who writes, "How should I go about transitioning from reading fantasy-fiction to non-fiction?" Darian contributed to the Project for Awesome. Thank you, Darian.

Lots of cutaways to (?~1:22) today. I don't really know why but I think it's great. And there, of course, is Other John Green, just motioning with his finger where he would like the ball to be played. It's a horrifically ugly night here in south London and I don't-- I have to squint just to see the screen, which, usually, usually, that's a bad sign. I probably should move my chair closer to the television set where I play this game. I'm, in general, starting to feel like-- oh, I thought that was me, but that was one of the green players. In general, I'm starting to feel like I'm too old for FIFA.








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