The Economist: A Story About Our Backwards Little World

Editor’s note: read Part 1 here, and Part 2 here.

 

Plop.

Oh well.

Life goes on, you know? There are always other things to do. I always wanted to be interesting. Didn’t think I’d have to be different to do it.

I guess it’s fine. Been thinking for awhile, and you know what? This guy’s got a point.

This is getting boring, isn’t it? I’m so dull. Everybody’s so dull.

It’s like I want to yell out “Pizazz!” really loudly. But I can’t—that might get me in trouble here.

What should I do today?

Hello, my name is Laurel.

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Dylan Matthias

Dylan served as Editor-in-chief of the Gazette for Volume 144. He was the Sports Editor for Volume 143.

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