Posted 22 August 2003.
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Part one: Annie walks home and thinks things over.
Annie was walking through the park although it was late at night. No lights but plenty of moon so she just did it, ha she was not like those other girls always afraid of being in the dark. She didn't worry and she had so much to think about, just so much to think about. She thought about the big city she lived in now for two months already and the differences between the university and her old school. And it was all so much and all so beautiful and so big and so complicated, but she did her best and until now most things went great.
Only that nasty neighbor living below her, he was often on the sidewalk outside with some friends and they only looked at her titties and between her legs and even gave a 'thumbs up' every now and then. And the ugly words they spoke, bah she just could not remember them. No, she did put that nasty guy out of her head and she went back in her mind to the congress. Never has she been at a congress but the university has organized a big congress and she has had the greatest of luck because she was allowed to go to some senior speeches as well. This was a big step forward for this little junior and it was all so great. All those hot shot figures from corporate America and all those wise elderly politicians, so wise were they all and they could tell it so well. Just so well.
all those speeches and all those lectures they were all so interesting. At
first there was that young executive from Halliburn Corp and he was
telling how the company was working great miracles for the freed and poor
Iraqi people. The executive looked so good and he could say it so smart,
Annie repeated softly one of his many hardliners 'A smart brain can run
some smart business'. And the young executive showed on diagrams how his
company performed while freeing the Iraqi people and all the diagrams they
just went up!
From the speech of that figure from the chemical industry she did not understand much. The female said that the great liberation of the Iraqis even contributed to the chemical industry because her company did have the patent for the most important ingredient of the Mark 77. But Annie did not understand it, what the hell was Mark 77? And she could clearly see that a lot of people in the audience did not look happy when the female spoke of 'significant progress' from that patent profits and that they very likely would win big future contracts. No, even while she was walking in the park Annie did not get it. 'Why not Mark 88 or Mark 99'? No, all that technical patent info was nothing for her, that was what she clearly understood.
Her mind went back to the last speech,
this was not some speech this was a very very good lecture done by one of
the greatest minds of American history. This man was a senior in the
administration of the great President, oh she could understand him so well
and so good. It was just like her daddy talking, no it was even far better
now she thought upon it. His name was Paul Hollowwitz, what an interesting
name she thought. Oh, if I just had neighbors like Mr. Hollowwitz life
would be much better. But away with that negativism of neighbors!
And the image of Mr. Paul Hollowwitz just kept on going
in her mind, wow what a teacher! Why don't they ask him to give lessons at
the university she was just wondering. She would love to have such a great
teacher, the man had such a big mind and he was so wise just so wise. From
hearsay she knew that Paul was a Jew and he was also a conservative and
has achieved many great moments of conservative intellectualism. That was
hearsay, now she has heard the great mind herself and she felt devastated.
What a wisdom in such a small body, the guy must be a pure sun. She felt
so proud to be American and now she has seen one of the greatest sons of
Abraham and could think about all that devastating wisdom.
Part two: Annie meets trouble...
Not yet finished, may be later may be never. Why not, unfinished stories are a part of humanity too...
But, my dear reader, what is good trouble for Annie to run into. What do you think? A bit of:
I still don't know, may be leave it in this state. So you can figure out for yourself how this story has to end.