Moof: thinking about cooking salmon tonight
Moof: a superfish
Livestock: a giant column made of salmon 100 meters high
Livestock: ancient chants before the great fish altar
Livestock: a single wish
Livestock: a dark cloud gathers
Livestock: the rains come
Livestock: the crops are fed
Livestock: the harvest will be great
Livestock: thank you salmon column
Livestock: we are in your debt
Livestock: now we offer our sacrifice
Livestock: fresh blood for your scales and gills
Livestock: grow stronger
Livestock: swim up the river of death
Livestock: salmon does sound good tonight tom
Moof: yes josh'
Moof: yes it does
Moof: you in in a bog. exits are n, s, and w. there is a log here.
Livestock: examine bog
Moof: the bog is boggy and soft. there is a log in the bog, and you can hear frogs in the bog.
Livestock: examine log
Moof: there is a dog inside the log
Livestock: take dog
Moof: the dog bites a chunk out of your arm. you are bleeding in this bog.
Livestock: talk to frogs
Moof: the frogs are receptive to your conversation. you are losing blood.
Livestock: ask frog for medical advice
Moof: you fell into the bog
Moof: you have died in this bog
Moof: the bog is now your grave
Moof: your score: 100/100
Livestock: oh wow i did pretty good
Moof: yes josh you won
Livestock: hopefully there will be a sequel to this game
Moof: i hope...
Livestock: tom are you there
Moof: i think so...
Livestock: tom for the next few minutes i am going to provide you with the names of tracks from a hypothetical album of Christian whistling songs
Livestock: 1. Whistling a Tune for My Lord
Livestock: 2. Jesus in the Wind
Livestock: 3. Just Toot-Tootin' for the Savior
Livestock: 4. Pucker, The Angel Has Come!
Livestock: 5. Slide on Down Salvation's Way
Livestock: that's it
Livestock: so i guess it's more of an ep
Moof: seems more like an ep
Livestock: that doesn't mean it's not good
Thank you for your time.
With college finals approaching, it's time once again for Microsoft Word autosummaries of all the old, boring books you were supposed to read.
"Don't you get it? What we have to understand is it's them or us. It can't be all of us, or one. It's got to be us, or they become it. Then we lose what makes us we."