rupert the moose (ruperthemoose) wrote in jks_curse,
rupert the moose

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The following statements are not to be taken as inflations of the truth, they are straight facts:

There is a man at Oak Grove who I will call Bob. He schedules practice for the play, every day, even on sunday. After school, the practice continues, sometimes as late as seven o'clock. He does this in such a way that characters minor, such as myself, are forced to wait until five-thirty, 2 hours after school ends, to practice a thirty minute scene. And in the case of today, and a day last week. He tells me, after I have waited so long for this one moment to speak my few lines, that he just decided not to do my scene today. Sorry, he says, but that hardly gets my wasted hours back. My mother, upon asking me how play practice went, threatens to write him an angry note. Should I let her?
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