Argon - Editor

Newswire Sourses Centaur Cookout

Specialty of the house, even if the house is Centaur Square and last evenings specialty was, according to Ping, local mouse and SpinDizzy wandering restaurateur at large, grilled wallaby tails in pineapple sauce. Of course this didn’t cause a dining sensation as Ping would have liked.

Argon, local centaur and SpinDizzy food critic remarked that grilled wallaby tails in pineapple sauce was as bad as badger. Mouser, local fursnake and SpinDizzy food connoisseur at large remarked that if badger was in season he wouldn’t mind having one. Ping wouldn’t allow a badger into his establishment though. Argon then said that badger has a weird taste to it to which Reiter, local centaur and SpinDizzy regular as well as spell checker remarked that it depends on how it’s cooked.

Ping then tried to seat Reiter on the nearby grill. Reiter thought the grill was there to warm up the seat but it became quite clear that Ping was attempting to add centaur to his menu. When Reiter declined the honor of being the entrée, Ping turned to D`saynin, local winged centauress and Spindizzy shapeshifter for his entrée but he couldn’t figure out which wine to serve with her, the one for steak or the one for fowl.

Ping’s centaur cookout folded after he couldn’t get anyone to sit on his grill. Of course he didn’t want to do it either and the fear of hantavirus scared everyone away from a mouse dinner… Except for Mouser, that is.
Argon Slow News Week
  Well, between being distracted and not much going on, there really isn't much to talk about this week.  Maxl is still dead, Eris hasn't been on, and Patch and Nikon seem to be settling into Domestic Life pretty well.  Boki still claims all fish, Tanuki was able to stop by and Flutterz is still DREAD.

Anyway, hopefully next week there will be more to talk about.  Send any news you might have to me at argon@spindizzy.org and I'll put it in the paper.

Boki Watch out for "The Other Gull"
This winter you may experience an increase in gull-related problems, primarily due to the other gull!  Here is how you will recognise the other gull when you see it:

The other gull is not very picky!

The other gull may be tall or may be short!
The other gull is young!  Or sometimes old!
The other gull can be seen in parking lots or following fishing boats!
The other gull says they do not know Boki!
The other gull likes swimming in water!
The other gull likes flying, but not very well!

But you should watch out for when you have tasty fish!

Because it is never the other gull's fault that you dropped it!
It is the other other gulls!
Argon Weekly Survey
  Argon asked in this week's survey, "I'm doing a survey to be published in @Action News.  The question is,  'What's a good survey question?'
Rown says, "well, how about Does your winter fur make you scratch? Badly? :-p"
Reiter says, "Here's a good survey question: How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?"
Mavra says, "What is your favorite color?"
Gilead pages, "How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?"
Dellway pages, ""How many woodchucks chucking wood, can I eat?" :o9" to you
Nimble pages, "'How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?'" (No really, they said the same thing!)
Flutterz thinks we'd shortly be out of woodchucks who could chuck wood. O.o
PatchO'Black pages, "'What kinds of marshmellows should Patchy grow for Christmas?'" to you
Argon The Doze Garden

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  Submitting a story or artwork for @Action News is easy!  Just send it to newspaper@spindizzy.org, or qmail or page Argon about it.

Most any type of story or article will be excepted.  Generally, we'd prefer things that aren't out and out lies or flames about other folks, and have a basis in the reality of SpinDizzy. Things that occur in public areas are fair game. The things reported don't have to have actually happened, (Any more than anything that happens here does.) but make sure you don't overstep the social boundaries and rules of interaction that we have.  These are pretty broad guidelines, but we expect good sense to apply.