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   | The Olympia Times                                       issue g1-189 |
   | Februrary 4, 1998                                                    |
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   | turn 189  15 players                             http://www.pbm.com/ |

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Hootie had flown for days now without seeing anyone. His pinions were ragged, and he knew that soon he would have to stop and rest or surely he would drop from the skies like an incautious noble. "Aooo-hooo!" he called, but no one answered back. Where were his people? Never had he done so long without being supplied with the delicacies he had come to depend upon, like freshly plucked eyeballs of newbies or the tender skin under the fingernails of an oath-1 noble. Hootie had never been so alone. He flew on, through plain, forest, and mountain, over ocean and swamp. Never would he give up. Somewhere there must be evil to sustain him. Before him, a crypt loomed. An idea sprouted in the raptor's mind.

Agnostes Asked: > Dear Answer Guy: > When the AOO left, did they take Atnerks with them?

Well, the famous philospher Ehcsztein said "Atnerks is dead."

Personally, I believe he merely sleeps.

Someone Else Asked: > Who's second?

No, Who's on first. What's on second.

-- The Answer Guy

It sure would be nice if we got a day off for the president's birthday, like they do for the queen. Of course, then we would have a lot of people voting for a candidate born on July 3 or December 26, just for the long weekends.

Who's third?