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Well,

No one’s been killed yet.  No, I have not padlocked or stabbed anyone.  I heard there’s a lot of people in here with hepatitis C and I don’t want any part of that at all.  If it comes down to it, I’ll either hit somebody with a chair or kick them in the manhood.

Anyway, during the lock-down they took our padlocks away and they found quite a few weapons in other pods.  Our pod was the last one they searched, so everybody got ample time to get rid of their weapons,.  Lots of flushing was going on during the lock-down.

Been looking at the town populations somebody sent me.  It’s hard to believe that “Hardshell” only has a population of twelve people.  Must be located in a remote place (really remote.)  Now you got me curious about the history of Hardshell.  I might end up changing the name to “Hardsell,” as in it’s a hard-sell to get people to live there and put it on the farthest frontier island, probably just make it an old hideout for certain people or a place of exile.  Plus “Nooseneck: and “Pelican Point” would be it’s nearest neighbors (30 miles away.)

So Monhegan Island has seventy -five people on it?  Thought it had more.  Guess they don’t get many tourists in the summer.  Sounds like a great place to get away from it all, being so far away from the mainland..

Well, goodnight, everyone.   Can’t believe it’s almost August.

Kenneth McDonald

kenny

Hey, Circle,
So how are you doing these days? Summer has sprung and I’m seeing lots of fresh grass. It’s nice out.
Well, here’s the map of the prison, and I found a couple of things in a National Geographic I was reading. Thought you could think up a couple of ideas for these gemstones. Let me know what you come up with.
Well, I hope you got yourself to the comic book store on the 5th, for “Free Comic Book Day.” Each Comic Book Day you get a free bag of goodies. Zimmie’s in Lewiston is back open, I heard a few years ago on the news and Casablanca Comics has two stores, one in either Windham or Topsham, and the one in Portland and there are a few other places and don’t forget, this summer there’s Free Role-Playing Game Day. You can look it up on the internet and find out when it actually is.
So, have you been watching a show called “Riverdale” yet? It’s on Thursday nights at 9pm, on the CW, channel 12. It’s about Archie and Jughead and all the gang, although it’s a drama, not a comedy. Check it out; only two episodes left to go before the first season ends. It’s actually a good show.
Tell Melanie I said hello.
Well, good night.
Excelsior to you, my friends!
Kenneth McDonald

kenny

Hey, Circle, how’s it going?

Hey, yes, I heard from Melanie.  How did she get the nickname, “Dolphin” anyway?

Well, here it is, it’s June and it’s cooler than normal.  Oh, well, it will warm up soon.  Hey, keep an eye and ear open for free RPO day this summer.  On that day you get a free bag of gaming goodies, when you go to a comic and gaming store.  Try to go to a gaming convention this year too.  I believe that the university of Maine Mall has an anime/gaming convention.  Or, you can just look up “gaming conventions in Maine” on the internet.  Still looking for those spells from the Dragonsfoot website, if it’s still around.  I am trying to get as many spells from that website before it shuts down for some reason, like a man made or natural disaster and then everything on the internet is forever lost.  They have some great spells and I would hate to see them forever lost.  I would like the first through third level spells  and the first three firth level magic user spells from that website as well as a list of first and second level spells that they have so I can pick out the ones that I need.  Still looking for the populations of the following Maine towns as well.  Planning on putting them in my campaign world:  Machias, Machiasport, Arundel, York, Freeport, East Port, Boothbay Harbor, Iselsboro, Vinalhaven, Monhegan Island, Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, Pemmaquid, Harpswell, Crownpoint, Nooseneck, Pelican Point, Hardshell, Salmonfirm, Vaginaville.

So, how is everything going?  Does the landlord know about the cats yet?  How is the game going so far?

Well, it’s official:  I found out that my sister and her husband have sold the house and are leaving for Texas.  They got sick and tired of Maine winters.  Now, I have to find out how much money I can have in my account.  Because after they’ve got settled in Texas, she plans to send me some of the money from the sale, plus she is setting some aside for me for after I get out!  Now, that’s one good sister.  By the way, the last five towns listed are out of state.

Well, it’s Sunday night, and it’s the “Return of the Walking Dead” on AMC, and it’s not just about the zombies; it’s abou8t the people.

Well, good night.

Kenneth McDonald

kenny

Hey,

Well, I thought I would send you a new idea for Dungeons and Dragons.  It’s a dwarven race called “the Overdwarves.”

Going to be watching the Superbowl this afternoon.  Hope New England does win.

So how are things going with you guys?  I am still in contact with my sister and she and her husband are doing well, although their dog has diabetes and has to take medication for it.  Brady the labradoodle turned twelve years old this year.

So how are the cats anyway?  Do they try to wake Rage up at three in the morning?

Yes, the Patriots won.

Good night.

Kenneth McDonald

kenny

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