Saturday July, 16 2011 - Book 61 - I made this book, like the last three, on the heels of another great book, "The Mini-Keg Book" inspired by Jeff the Hot Springs Caretaker (see the photo at the top of this page). I spend most of this book trying to understand the box I salvaged for its cover, "a buffet and ham and water product" from the evil corporation known as Sysco. I actually sold this book to the Kitchen Manager at "The Moon Colony" in Portland, but (after a month of promising to pay for it) he announced that "HR informed me that I can't buy anything from my employees." What a fucking cop out huh? My direct supervisor didn't let policy get in the way of buying a book. As of May, 2 2012 he owes me a fresh salmon from the Willamette (preferably without the third eye). This is a good production scene. I figure what's the Kitchen Manager's loss is your gain. Ha!
PROP COSTS: $10.30 + (STORYTIME WORKED: 1hr 48min x OUR EXCHANGE RATE (based on fed minimum wage): $7.25) = $23.35