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Life is only what you wonder.

Thursday, May 13, 2004

Us-ers Vs. Them-ers

I’ve always been a big fan of Dr. Seuss (Theodore Geisel).
As a matter of fact, Green Eggs and Ham was one of my favorite childhood books.
So I was very pleasantly surprised to find Part Two of The Great Go-Goop War, by Tom Chalkley, in the latest Baltimore City Paper.

In case you missed it, here’s Part One.

How will it end?
what will transpire as the Us-ers tower grows higher and higher?
No one can tell just what it will be,
But I’m seriously hoping they’ll be a Part Three.
OK, I admit it, I’m no Dr. Seuss -- but I tried.

UPDATE: I just recieved an email from Tom Chalkley himself, and I quote:

"I may be committed to a Part III just because the story's not over yet. I can imagine it ending with the Great Tower falling over!"
Defin'ly looking foreward to it, Prof. Chalk.