March 3rd, 2011
I have tried to know absolutely nothing about a great many things, and I have succeeded fairly well.
For sale: baseball hat previously worn by Dar Brogan, the first man to wear a cap backwards who was not a catcher. 7$ OBO. Box 28.
The Mystery of the Lost Lenore
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The Potato Who Resembled a Bear
Once upon a time there was a potato who resembled a bear. Actually resembled isn't really the right word. The potato looked almost exactly like a bear.
This caused the potato, whose name was Randolph, a number of problems. For one thing whenever he went out of his house he was, sooner or later, darted by animal control and when he awoke from this unjustified drugging he was always out in the bush somewhere far from home.
And secondly none of the other potatoes wanted to hang out with him because they were afraid, having heard that bears were omnivores, that Randolph would eat them.
These things made Randolph fairly unhappy. That is until the day that he realised that he actually was a bear. That night he felt very happy and satisfied as he sat in his living room watching TV. He was very full from his huge meal of potatoes.
C. F. Maynard
March 19, 2011
With presentations on: The Potato: Its Role in Persiflage Fiction; A World of Weltanschaung; Panel Discussion: Hugh Briss: Regular Genius or Super-Genius; A Reading by Mikel Magnusson.
Registration: $5.00 before the Ides of March $10.00 after. Please note change in price.
A post symposium Cinq à Sept will be held at the aforementioned PLATFORM Centre.