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'''''Odious Lusting After Finance''''' was a book which [[Jerome Squalor]] wrote about the injustices of the world. According to Jerome, it "chronicles the history of [[Count Olaf|greedy villains]], [[Esmé Squalor|treacherous girlfriends]], [[Arthur Poe|bungling bankers]], and [[V.F.D.#The Fire-Starting Side|all the other people responsible for injustice]]."
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[[File:44759252 2183918011848168 81806581389328384 n.jpg|thumb|250px|Justice Strauss holding the book.]]
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'''''Odious Lusting After Finance''''', known in the TV series as '''''The Incomplete History of Justice or Odious Lusting After Finance''''', was a book which [[Jerome Squalor]] wrote about the injustices of the world. According to Jerome, it "chronicles the history of [[Count Olaf|greedy villains]], [[Esmé Squalor|treacherous girlfriends]], [[Arthur Poe|bungling bankers]], and [[V.F.D.#The Fire-Starting Side|all the other people responsible for injustice]]."
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 13:03, October 27, 2018

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Justice Strauss holding the book.

Odious Lusting After Finance, known in the TV series as The Incomplete History of Justice or Odious Lusting After Finance, was a book which Jerome Squalor wrote about the injustices of the world. According to Jerome, it "chronicles the history of greedy villains, treacherous girlfriends, bungling bankers, and all the other people responsible for injustice."

Trivia

  • Taking the first letter of each of the words in the title spells "OLAF".
  • It was used as kindling to burn the Hotel Denouement.
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