arrrrgh! There are so many things. The record has to set completely straight. Okay, including but not limited to this:
Few didn't want them back. They got in on Spitz' Ignatian beliefs, which he really does live. Can't believe I'm saying this but I'll go with the Protestant.
The people have spoken. Bastards. We're all moving to Tekoa. Or Priest River. Where ever there's enough houses for us all.
Yes, you need a Japanese encephalitis shot to travel in Southeast Asia. duh.
Finally, overheard in the Peyton Building coffee shop on election day:
First 25yo making sandwich: hey. it's election day. You voted, right?
Second 25yo making sandwich: no, not yet, but I will.
First: you better. (sidelong glance)
Second: I would have done it already but the ballot is just so confusing; I don't know what to pick.
First: That's why you use the Voters' Pamphlet; it lays it all out and tells you what the choices are.
Second: well, I did read the Voters' Pamphlet but it was so confusing; I couldn't understand what it all meant.
First: Like what for instance? (another longer sidelong glance)
Second: well, that guy who's running for mayor, you know the guy? The man?
Second: He says he wants to lower taxes. But what does that mean? WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is the face of the electorate here in The 'Kan EWA.
The 'Kan EWA