On April 1, 2023, Neal was constantly repeating everything that George said. It was later discovered that as a practical joke George used the time traveling machine to go back in time to learn what Neal was about to say, then said it moments before Neal said it, so it appeared like Neal was constantly copying George. Although annoyed by that joke, Neal liked the concept of pre-plagiarism, and used it to "ghost-write" such novels as Wuthering Heights, The Picture of Dorian Gray, and A Confederacy of Dunces which he then sold to the authors who originally wrote the books in the first place. (Though, given that each of the authors only wrote one book, it's quite possible that Neal actually wrote the books himself at some point in the time continuum, and simply sold his manuscripts to those authors.)
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