What follows: Proverbs from V. Shnodgrate. (A PL Poet.)
I. Once upon a happenstance, something’s purpose is vague to us, but its truth lives on—always.
II. Imagine the perfect—ahh, we can’t. We’re aware of its existence somewhere out of our reality, even though we have no proof of its existence here.
III. How would it be for a being that always existed to step into time?
From V. Shnodgrate:
Words cannot describe how lucky I am to have you read my proverbs. Not all poets are celebrated. Some are hated. Witness the career of Dick Hercules.
I will see you in 2015.
Have a great Christmas.
Breaking News by J. Freedwoppen
Schwarz Tauptinker and Fats Henry went to buy a tree together. On their way back to Schwarz’s house, the tree—poorly tied onto the car’s roof by Fats Henry—speared off and harpooned Daddy Salami’s minivan.
Moral: Don’t drink your tea too hot!
DADDY SALAMI: Well, Ruber me boy, it’s Christmas time. RUBER SALAMI: Yeah, eh? DADDY SALAMI: Too bad Arthur won’t be celebrating. RUBER SALAMI: ‘Course he will! He does every year. DADDY SALAMI: Not this year, he won’t! RUBER SALAMI: Nonsense, why not, eh? I bet he will. DADDY SALAMI: We didn’t get invited to his Christmas party. RUBER SALAMI: There’s proof for you. He’s having a Christmas party. So, he’s celebrating. DADDY SALAMI: But he won’t be, ‘cause we weren’t invited. RUBER SALAMI: Oh my…
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Message from Professor VJ Duke
Hey Punchy Family!
It’s been a great year in the PL! This is our last scheduled week for this year. We’ll have an extra post on Friday that might be great. (Hopefully, if we can get it done. Might be a bit later.)
Our whole staff is very thankful for you, our friendships, and the absolute Punchy fun!
We’ll have many changes to the blog in 2015 as well as new sections and new categories. (This is probably our last PL Newsletter.) Great changes mean great things, though, right? We hope.
Have a great Christmas. Professor VJ Duke