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Editor's Comments:Carmine makes his case; do we cover it, or not? That, dear readers, is a decision best not left to me. Because I'm not good at handling delegated authority, it stresses me out.

Editor's Comments:Something about some girl from Animal Crossing, I don't know. Seriously, I'm not good with command decisions. Last time I tried to lead, I woke up in Reno carrying a cooler filled with my own blood.

Editor's Comments:Carmine continues talking about Animal Crossing. It won an award, apparently. But to get back to my story, I had to shoot my way to the state line. Wouldn't have made it, if not for the timely intervention of Gary Busey.

Editor's Comments:The Redman takes us home, talking about multi-player aspects and such. So anyway, Busey got me home in time for the Kojak marathon. I paid him with the blood, which he seemed to appreciate. The moral of the story is that orange juice is good for you.

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At long last, we have life! And of a most unusual sort, to boot!

The good Carmine M. Red, famed contest winner and self-described Huguenot, has graced us with his presence, and with not one, but four editorials, all of which were a byproduct of last week's brainstorming session. Mysteriously, they all seem to be about Animal Crossing, a topic Mr. Red feels very strongly about. We received a few other submissions, which will be going up next week, so we're not quite dead yet! Speaking of which, eds hour this week. The day: Wednesday. The time: 8pm EST. The place: #edscorner. The info: here.

I'm going to break up the format here a little, I need to pose a few questions to the audience here. You ever get that feeling that that feeling you got is lasting way longer than it should have? I mean, I know everybody feels like life is passing them by at some point in their lives, but is that supposed to be a persisting thing? Also, should I be worried when a fortune cookie tells me that I "will have no need for money"? C'mon, fortune cookie, help a brother out here! As an aside, fifteen dollars worth of Chinese food goes a long freakin' way. Additionally, I had a dream one time where I had to explain my catgirl fixation in front of Congress. That would've been a fun day to work for C-SPAN, I think.

In conclusion: Rise of the Triad did not get the recognition it was due. Discuss!


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