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Thursday, February 13, 2003
by the Writer's Guild of Wunderland

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What's Going On? The Giant Cabbage that Ate Alison's Weekend

When Leah found herself needing a Giant Cabbage, she knew immediately who to ask for help in building one: Alison. She was right, too... Alison took on the project with enthusiasm and skill, and together they created this incredible-looking over-sized cabbage (which is actually layers of papier-mache wrapped around a big balloon). Of course, the task did take most of the weekend, and the sad thing is, it's ephemeral art -- it was built to be destroyed! Oh well... but doesn't it look cool?

As for the question of why Leah needs a Giant Cabbage, the short answer is, it's a piñata. (The long answer is that they need it for the attack of the giant cabbage they'll be staging at an upcoming Darkon event hosted by the country of Moot, whose citizens honor Tirade as their war-god...)

Well, that's all for now... we've got to get ready for Toy Fair...

AndyHave a great week!

Thought Residue
"It was as if a man on trial for reckless driving was unable to tell the jury that his pregnant wife was hemorrhaging to death in the car on the way to the emergency room.... These jurors are not only angry at being deceived but even worse they are filled with remorse for convicting innocent individuals.  Having been denied in jury deliberation, the conscience of these everyday people will now disturb them for the rest of their lives." -- Jay R. Cavanaugh, PhD; National Director, American Alliance for Medical Cannabis, on the conviction of Ed Rosenthal

"To blame marijuana, while welcoming four hours' worth of beer commercials, is hypocrisy at its best.  This is just another example of how out of touch with reality the Bush administration is." -- Michael Davoli, "Ads Condemn Pot Yet Condone Beer"
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