Thursday, November 22, 2007

Mont. Co. sayonara

moshi moshi, this is Suzy, hope you are all doing well.

I am well, but after careful consideration have chosen to bid Mont. Co. sayonara, since the craziness is too much to deal with.

Native curses may be to blame for the unbearable levels of ambient insanity in this place, but in any case I wish all of you Montgomery County dwellers well and good luck in the future. I am going to a place where the location of my shotgun and other arms is not foremost in my mind at all times.

whether you make Montgomery County your home or not, please learn a little about the native cultures that once made this area their home so you can stop torturing ghosts in this region with the crunch, crunch, crunch noises that the wheels on the genocide wagon keep making, and making, and making, as "lost" cultures keep getting buried in the ever-expanding cultural desert that has settled on it.

The Shouseki people wish ardently for peace. As their advocate I must offer pitying forgiveness to anyone whose visions of success included, and include, acts which compromise the sense of harmony our people once felt in Montgomery County. Please cease and desist with these actions, and know that the Shouseki people plan to trouble you no more, providing that you leave us alone.