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Johnny and the Elk? Seriously?

Well, how’s that for a crescendo?  Yup, I think this might be a first.  The evil guy dies.  How dramatic.  I love the look on Mark’s face as he peers over the ledge.  Not sure how to read that one.  Shock?  Mere interest? Oh well??

Morals in this story abound- and they are just starting to come in… the latest being don’t leave a wounded elk to its own devices… It will become enraged and be your demise!  What do you suppose the Elk and Johnny are saying to each other as the forces of gravity take hold?  They should both hit at about the same time, if the drop is long enough and what I remember about terminal velocity holds.

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No you’re not, Mark.  Not only don’t you have feelings, but Johnny embodied the evilest of all evil and you are glad to be rid of him…

Why did he run away? Because he had something to hide, Anne Marie.  As Abe Lincoln once said, “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.”  Johnny apparently didn’t pass that test… Anne Marie, it’s your Father who has some ‘splainin’ to do…

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