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Good morning, children!

How are you today, my dear Art Institute of Pittsburgh students and downtown workers?

Are we having a good day?

Isn’t the weather lovely?

Are we excited for the marathon this weekend that I’ll be winning with an hour to spare even though I’ve been training without my shoes?

Now that the chitchat is out of the way, let’s make this easy and you guys tell me which one of you shoved the library’s copy of the Wall Street Journal in my mouth this morning while I was still sleeping.

Sometimes you humans have no respect for the incredible destruction I could rain down on your toothpick-like bones.

If you’re going to put something in my mouth while I’m sleeping can I recommend you place a meat of some sort? A scutellosaurus would be perfect. Or Matt Lamanna’s car. Or the unconscious body of whoever STOLE MY RUNNING SHOES!



  1. Hey Rex,
    While you are looking for your running shoes, or the person who shoved a newspaper in your mouth, maybe you could find the person who ripped
    pages out the Basic Mathematics book that is on hold in the library.

    Comment by Dr. Griffin on April 27, 2009 @ 11:54 am
  2. Are you kidding me, Dr. Griffin?

    Basic Mathematics?

    Who needs a cheat sheet for BASIC MATH?! Other than “Dr.” Matt Lamanna, that is?

    That guy is a giant stupidhead.

    I’ll see if I can sniff out the page-ripper(s). What do you want me to do with them once I catch them?


    Comment by Rex on April 27, 2009 @ 12:08 pm

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