Sunday July, 3 2011 - Book 44 - Ok, I know I told you that the drill battery finally died in the last two book production scenes, but this time I'm telling the truth. It really died this time. Not only that, in this scene I managed to break my favorite fat needle and bind the wrong side of the pages, which of course meant that I had to drill twice as many holes for this book than others. Now, this production scene presents an interesting Living City question...Why should you PAY MORE (or exchange more of your time) for a production scene with a stupid mistake in it? I won't try to answer that one here, but I will offer up another question to prompt our future dialogue: Why do we like movies and stories with more drama in them? I mean, historically speaking we like it went the hero stumbles, makes a big mistake, and then fights to overcome it. Why should our production scenes be any different?
PROP COSTS: $9.80 + (STORYTIME WORKED: 3hrs 44min x OUR EXCHANGE RATE (based on fed minimum wage): $7.25) = $36.87