Saturday, June 30, 2012

Bathroom Monologue: Shadow of the Valley of Death, Redux

Livington is a wonderful town with a great view of the Purgatory. In the mornings the shadow of the Valley of Death passed right over them, but even this sight doesn’t help Livington’s poor tourism. You see the town council of Livington spent the entire treasury keeping any new towns from cropping up in the locale, zoning out developers who would block the view. They put their last pennies into advertising, but it didn’t catch. The ad was in Psalm 23 of “the Bible,” a very popular circular back in the day. With tourism being nearly non-existent, the town is pinning its budgetary hopes on suing the studio behind Pulp Fiction for cribbing from their ad.

1 comment:

  1. "Even though I walk through the darkest valley,
    I will fear no evil, 'cause I'll by pass the town of Livington ^__^


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