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Explain myself.

Karen you said you’d be back at SNTC.

Why, yes I did.

So what’s the deal?

Well, that’s a long story…Once upon a time, there was a blogger named Karen. She was going on a long voyage across the state.

But when she got there, she got herself into a car wreck!

That’s lame.

I know! But the only obvious damage was to the hood, which wouldn’t open. Being so far from home, our brave Karen decided to tough it out and wait until she returned from her trip to get her car fixed.

That’s dumb.

Well…maybe, but hindsight is like that. But anyway! On her way back home, our heroine’s car decided to finally allow the hood to open. On the highway. In the rain.

But our brave Karen was not afraid too much. Her cell phone was dead, so she bravely went out and fought with the hood of her car, forcing it down and binding it with a scarf.

A scarf.

Karen does not have rope in her car.

But a scarf?

Yes. So. Wearied, she then carefully made her way to the mystical foreign land of Lincoln Illinois.

A life-saver.

A life-saver.

Being a stranger there, she made for the first familiar site; an AT&T. “Aha!” she cried. My own phone provider! Surely they will help me charge my phone and call for aid!

But alas, such help was not to be. For little did Karen know that the AT&T store was guarded by an evil troll who gave no favors to young bloggers seeking shelter from the danger and the rain. Luckily, a cute blonde happened to approach the counter, distracting all the troll’s attention away from our heroine, who found a charger and purchased it from a kind employee at the side disk, after which she made her escape.

To save the day!

To save the day!

Not long she came upon an Auto Parts store. The wise man running the counter found her a sturdy strap and helped her secure her automobile’s hood down! Karen was saved!

Yet, the force of the hood against her windshield wipers had ruined them, and she was forced to stop early at her apartment on her campus, rather than continuing home to her family.

Is this story over yet?

There Karen was met by the wicked witch of the house, who broke her things and stole her food, and kept the temperature at 80 degrees Fahrenheit.


Luckily, in the course of the next week Karen escaped the evil witch’s lair, into a new nicer apartment, and the wicked witch was sent away from her cave and forced to dwell in a different place, with new innocent victims to terrorize.

The end?

Basically. However, between her trials with having no car, moving all her things from one place to another, and trying to be a good productive person, she has been sadly kept away from her dear SayNoToCrack.

What’s the moral of the story?

Things usually don’t get bad unless they’re going to get worse.

And what have you to say for yourself?

I’m super sorry?

And how will you make it up to us?

With a new SayNoToCrack feature that hasn’t been attempted in over a year. It’s going to be good.


Sure why not.

3 Responses to “Explain myself.”

  1. on 08 Jan 2009 at 2:10 pm DoubleAC

    I think I have just found my new favorite bedtime story to read to my niece and nephew. But this new feature better be good!

  2. on 10 Jan 2009 at 5:30 am Sam

    Wow, quite the epic tale.

  3. on 10 Jan 2009 at 3:53 pm David

    >>>Things usually don’t get bad unless they’re going to get worse.

    That is some beautiful poetry…and so true

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