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This Blog Combining Accounting Standards and the Work of H.P. Lovecraft Is the Greatest

Although I'm woefully unfamiliar with H.P. Lovecraft's work, I am aware of his reputation as a master of horror literature and prose as well as his disturbing creation, Cthulhu.

All of this is irrelevant other than to introduce you to another masterpiece, Dark Accounting, "A collection of Lovecraftian accounting standards which are entirely computer generated."

I don't think I exaggerate when I say: It is the best.

Here's a mere sampling:

There's a Twitterfeed of course, so you can keep up with the financial reporting macabre. Enjoy.

Image: "H. P. Lovecraft, June 1934" by Lucius B. Truesdell/Wikimedia Commons

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