Posted by A. Moravian on February 05, 1999 at 20:16:27:
In Reply to: Re: Courier Almost [well] done...[hehehe] posted by Courier Editors on February 05, 1999 at 19:54:15:
: : : Dear revered Paulette,
: : : It is with great dismay that we must inform you of a need to hold the presses. With our next edition of the Courier already laid out in our mind's eye, we prepared for printing. However, when we arrived at ye olde printing shoppe, we were greeted by a most unwelcome scene. Our shoppe was trashed, our ink was splattered, our quills were blowing in the wind! As if this were not bad enough, there were slanders and obscenities scrawled everywhere! It was, dear Towne Crier, an ugly thing to see. Alas! We are much too busy scrubbing & organizing, and removing mud from a pig's sty to meet this issue's deadline.
: : : Don't fret, dear Towne Crier! We shall be back in business next week! You shall read ALL the news that's fit to print ..... and then some.
: : : Might we suggest a warm elk hide while you wait?
: : : Sincerely,
: : : The Courier Editors
: : >>Hmmm....
: : Sounds like my Wyandot brothers paid your shoppe a visit ;-)
: : lucky their flints & powder were all wet, or your humble little shoppe would've been sending smoke to the skies!
: : [hehehe]
: : "Katepacomen"
: : aka
: : S.Girty
: Esteemed & Steamed Katepacomen, otherwise known as Mister Dirty Girty,
: Would that it were your Wyandot brothers who wreaked havoc on thee olde shoppe! At least, then the senseless destruction would have made sense! No, sir, we believe it was the act of a sinister soul whose sole desire is to sabotage those who call a spade a spade ... when they see one. 'Tis fine you bring up your Wyandot brothers, sir. We may have need of their services.
: Regards to our Delaware friends!
: The Courier Editors
Dear Brother Girty,
Not all mischief in Mohicanland can be laid at the foot of the redman. Not by a long shot! The pale faces (especially the females) can be as vicious, evil and wicked an enemy as you could imagine as witnessed by the recent conflict known as "Queen Lizzie's War."
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