Volume 93, Issue 42
Friday, November 12, 1999
|ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
Day 42, Isle of Midterm Western
"...today I went fishing for some action. Using the last of my doughy bait, I cast my line to various places in the Western ocean. Many hours of quiet comtemplation and boredom passed, when I finally caught some action. Action of the cream-filled variety.
Having avoided starvation, I can now focus my efforts on preparing for the coming winter months. The primitive locals inform me that the weather here can be very cold and grey, requiring vast reserves of 'fun' and 'excitement'. They have given me a map, cryptically labelled 'Weekend Pass,' to help me locate these vital supplies.
With luck, I shall survive the winter. If not, this diary will be the last record of my trials here in this harsh and desolate land..."
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