And so, the professor found this chap called Morris. I think he fits the bill. He’s a tramp, you might say. In fact, some call him Tramp.
He answers each of Shnodgrate’s proverbs below:
V. Shnodgrate: Knowledge—ah! that elusive subject never taught or learned; I know it well, and am quite trained in the discussion of it.
Morris: It’s not that troublesome to talk about knowledge. I’ve done it.
V. Shnodgrate: The rats run swiftly when they think the light is coming.
Morris: Rats always seem to be running at the same pace to my thinking.
by J. Freedwoppen
Mr. Magi has retired to his cave for a quick hibernation.
Until next time, this has been a JF report.
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(Before Daddy Salami Disappeared)
DADDY SALAMI: So, Ruber…if I was ta adopt a child, what would ya think?
RUBER SALAMI: I don’t know, eh? I guess that would be interesting. You just adopted Lucini Pavarinni!
DADDY SALAMI: Some say I adopted you crying cur!
RUBER SALAMI: Whatever, eh? Would you get out of me office?
DADDY SALAMI: Yes, I’ll see you when I get back.
Life in the Studio
by Nicholas Warren
The cold weather has descended—for now. The next couple days about the studio are supposed to be in the 60’s (Fahrenheit). I told you we descend into fall very early in the year…
We’ll be starting a new ripping now. Actually, Prof is supposed to be working on it now. (Actually, I think he’s watching the studio’s TV. Sh.)
It’s a movie I would have liked to like, but I was ultimately bored stiff. It wasn’t very good. Hint: It was about something big. Something very big, and chubby. You’ll see.