1. Letter from Tom Hanks to the producers of the "Nerdist" podcast cursing their ingenuity in securing him as a guest.
  2. Letter from Raymond Chandler parodying the Science Fiction genre and inadvertently inventing the word "Google".
  3. Memo to all staff at NPR about the imminent arrival of something called "The Internet" at their offices.
  4. Letter from Mark Twain to the next burglar in his house.
  5. Letter from Walt Disney to Walter Lantz, creator of Woody Woodpecker on behalf of a fan who thought the woodpecker was a Disney character.
  6. Letter from Stanley Kubrick verifying that IBM, which will be credited as a consulting company in "2001: A Space Odyssey", is aware of the plot specifics vis-a-vis HAL.
  7. Letter from E. B. White to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals regarding dog bureaucracy.
  8. Apology letter from Sly and the Family Stone to Dartmouth College.
  9. Collection of tone-deaf memos from the president of Tiger Oil Company to all employees.
  10. Reply from Ronald Reagan to a young fan upon the declaration of his bedroom as a "disaster area" by his mother.