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January 25, 2012

John David Snyder (born Flip Wilson Snyder on February 20, 1968) is an American philosopher and computer typer. He holds the record for consecutive shoutings, from memory, the full text of Danny Dunn and the Homework Machine (1958), by Raymond Abrashkin and Jay Williams, complete with ISBN, Library of Congress and copyright information.[1]

An avowed philanthropist [citation needed], Snyder helped raise funds as a school-sponsored March of Dimes “Walkathon” walker at a 1982, netting the charity $30 in its fight against Lupus.[2]

The subject of a popular 2007 profile on Animal Planet’s “Cautionary Tales” special, [Cont’d.]