doods and doodettes, i'm here. still alive, which is more than i can say for some people. but i can't get into that too much. let's just say that things have been getting a little crazy around here...as if they weren't crazy to begin with. there have been some accidents and the doctors here aren't always equipped to handle the injuries. it's not like someone can be airlifted down to one of the big medical centers, ya dig? plus some people just keeled over--stress, i guess, natural causes, sh!t like that. a couple of people even cracked under the pressure and did terrible things. but, like i said, i can't get into that too much. my mom says that we should keep the town's bizness private. it's about the only thing we really have.
some folks are really starting to get worried about provisions. needless to say, we don't have much by way of fresh fruit. a lot of people have gardens and farms, so there are certain vegetables, but is there enough? and for how long? lots of frozen food -- burpee's has this immense storage warehouse and i'm scared to think how long some of that sh!t has been in there. some of it doesn't even have expiration dates on it, and that's not good. but we're all doing what we can.
the days are all starting to run into one another. people are working at important jobs to make sure the town keeps running, but a lot of other people are just doing nothing. i mean, what good's an income if there's really nothing to spend it on? it's crazy, that's for sure. and there's a lot of political wrangling going on, too. they try to keep us kids out of it, but i hear things. the president and the military wanted to appoint one guy the leader in town, but they had no way to force that to happen, and other people in town think they should be running things. kinda ugly. reminds me of the lord of the flies, big time.
the internet isn't working all the time any more, and even when it is, we use it to stay in touch with dad and to find out what's going on in the rest of the world. i'm goofin' around with the web server at the middle school, so if you're reading this and playing along, stay tooned for some new fun things to do there. helps keep my mind off things.
what do we know, really? nothing more than on that day last month when we got locked away from the rest of the world. we can look out, but we can't touch, and people can look in but not touch, too. everything they've tried so far has failed. it's a big frickin' mystery, and i'm still determined to be the person who solves it. it's not that i want to be a hero or anything. i just want things to go back to being normal again. ya know?
Friday, November 6, 2009
sorry i haven't been around much
Posted by Scarecrow Joe at 4:21 PM
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Wow SCJ! Hang in there man. Hopefully they'll figure some way of getting you guys out of there.ReplyDelete
Saw this on the news! Craziness! If ya can get ahold of a camera or sumthin you should start posting videos of this stuff on the Internet. You'd be frikkin famous!ReplyDelete
I was just browsing around the town websites, and noticed went to the church's website. Interesting choice for their little motto thing: "slay the righteous with the wicked". And the title of the page, "we are your life".... sounds just a little bit on the creepy side to me.ReplyDelete
yeah, well, some of those ultrareligious doods get a little carried away. we have this radio station in town with a huge transmitter that blasts out the word of god at an amazing power level. pretty much drowns out all the other radio stations.ReplyDelete
Just curious, has that radio station with that huge transmitter made any changes or upgrades just before the dome appeared?ReplyDelete
nah -- it seems like it's always been there.ReplyDelete