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The concept of 'Ten Thousand Things' is that each illustrated page of each issue covers one idea. For example, issue #33 counts down from thing #9448 - #9432. Two examples of the topics include; 'does orange and syringe rhyme' and 'lyric choices in Bowie's Space Oddity song'.  
 
The concept of 'Ten Thousand Things' is that each illustrated page of each issue covers one idea. For example, issue #33 counts down from thing #9448 - #9432. Two examples of the topics include; 'does orange and syringe rhyme' and 'lyric choices in Bowie's Space Oddity song'.  
  
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Latest revision as of 14:01, 27 September 2009

Ten Thousand Things is a long running mini size zine by K.D. Schmitz of Poukeepsie, New York.

The concept of 'Ten Thousand Things' is that each illustrated page of each issue covers one idea. For example, issue #33 counts down from thing #9448 - #9432. Two examples of the topics include; 'does orange and syringe rhyme' and 'lyric choices in Bowie's Space Oddity song'.