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Royer Watches Draft From Cell Room

January 17, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

By Bernie Keebler
Senior Staff Writer
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Terrifying Bat owner and GM Ric Royer watched last night’s draft on closed-circuit television from his cell room at the Foontz-Flonnaise Home of Abundant Senselessness. Veteran Pondicherry News reporter Bernie Keebler had the chance to sit with the eccentric executive.

BK: First off, I’d like to describe the scene here for our readers.

RR: Everything is coming off well. Everyone is pleased.

BK: To begin, it seems as if there are more illuminated snow villages then before.

RR: Yes. I’ve added the Village Tea Shoppe and the Candy Cauldron as well as some further accessories.

BK: OK. Now, the room is also stuffed to the gills with balloons.

RR: To celebrate the draft, yes. Nothing unusual there.

BK: The ceiling and none of the walls are visible.

RR: I can assure you of a construct. Succumb to the mystery.

BK: The draft is currently in process but you don’t seem to be paying any attention to it. For example, your club just drafted Ilya Kovalchuk.

RR: Never heard of him. But I am glad you set the proper mood. This is a colorful theatre erupting with buoyancy.

BK: Do you think you will win this year?

RR: Thank you.

BK: What about the question of winning?

RR: Thank you. Mind the balloons.

Royer gave Keebler a wide-eyed look of diabolical fury and the reporter felt it best to leave. The interview was ended prematurely.

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