Tuesday, November 08, 2005

waterfordchocolate part nine


"Chess looked around the graveyard, at all the graves of Indians killed by white people's cars, alcohol, uranium. All those Indians who had killed themselves. She saw the pine trees that surrounded the graveyard and the road that led back to the rest of the reservation. That road was dirt and gravel, had been a trail for a few centuries before. A few years from now, it would be paved, paid for by one more government grant."
--Sherman Alexie

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Blogger Rosa said...

Mr. D:
While I find the use of my blog for your amusement slightly amusing, I am deeply concerned with current and all future leaks in and by the U.S. federal government. Hence, I have deleted portions of your comments which could, if you are in fact undercover, lead to problems. Forgive my editorial whims, but it is, of course, my blog and my country.
R.

Mr. S:
I think this blog is sufficiently unrelated to our mission that we can safely use it for strategic communications. From now on all contact will be in code. I will also enlist the services of my conversational XXXXXXX partner as an unwitting messenger, requesting him to drop off communiques with your doorman. (His XXXXX is sufficiently left-wing that he will arouse no suspicions).
Tinkertoys (remember him from our Skl&Bnz days?) will assist me in the upcoming XXXX operation. Details to come. Check this site for future (coded) postings.
Clandestinely yours,
Duncan

1:19 PM  

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