The President of Lankville

Dispatches from President Pondicherry

By Dr. Albert C. Pondicherry, Jr.
President of Lankville
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Now is the time for us to be thankful for hockey and for the foods at the Pondicherry Association arenas.  You have pretzels, frosted nuts, terrible automat pies, decorative hams (decorative only), small pizzas, and seasonal sandwiches.  The league is at its largest this season– 9 teams on 2 islands and this means both a greater occurrence of hockey contests but also a greater selection of foods.

We have been privileged this season to enjoy the mysterious seafoods of the Hoover Islands: Dalefish, fried prepondoros, Half-Crabs and Boat Raifs.  Chris Vitiello has introduced our fine league to decorative meats and may I say, they are beautiful but somehow not very satisfying.  (Pondicherry was immediately whipped).  This has truly been a great campaign.

We can now only pray that “The Summoning” will not be released upon us.  For then, and only then, will there be true world comfort.

God Bless,

Dr. Pondicherry

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By Dr. Albert C. Pondicherry, Jr.
President of Lankville
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Unflattering file photo

Dear Friends of the Pondicherry Association,

During summer, I find it useful to wander shirtless into a waving field of grains. There, using primitive tools, I dig a hole. With each year, due to the increasing capaciousness of my rump, the hole must be made larger. And yet, with each year, my strength grows weaker. It is a conundrum.

I am looking forward to a fine season of hockey. It is our hope that the owners and the Players Union will come together in the spirit of the game to forge a solution. Solutions happen only after careful contemplation in holes which is why I mentioned the earlier story about sitting in a hole.

God bless,

Dr. Albert C. Pondicherry, Jr.
President

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