Sunday, October 3, 2004

The Katie LN Reporter

The Katie LN Reporter
Volume 1, Issue 1
3 October, 2004 Sunday

by - M. Goose
We've all heard the childhood nursery rhyme, "Make new friends, but keep the old ones. One is silver and the other gold", but how many of us actually took that rhyme to heart? After feeling left behind by her closest friends, Katherine R****** of Puyallup, WA, did just that. She decided that though her dear friends were off on their own adventures, she would keep them close to her heart, but at the same time step out and make new friends. On Friday afternoon, October 1st, she took her first step at making a new friend. Around 3:30 she went into work to relieve her co-worker, Ryan P********, of his duties. When P******** inquired as to what the Lord was doing in her life, R****** replied with a smile, "He's forcing me to make some new friends!" Mentioning that she'd like to visit P********'s church, he responded that she was welcome to join his posse of pals. P******** then proceeded to give her his cell number (and his girlfriend, Amy Jo's number) so they could get together. R****** felt a glow of success in her first attempt to at developing a new relationship. So with the infamous words of Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), "This looks like the start of a beautiful friendship."

by - U. N. Owen
Agatha Christie's AND THEN THERE WERE NONE (aka TEN LITTLE INDIANS) is perhaps the most famous murder mystery ever written. What is even more intriguing is that the author herself decided to write the play as well. We at the K.L.R. decided to investigate and sent reporters Candice C***, and our very own Katie Laine, to the scene of the crime. Although Laine had to constantly remind C*** that they were not in fact, on the set of C.S.I. and would not be allowed to dust the stage for prints. They did, however, much enjoy the re-creation of that disaster of a weekend on Indian Island that sadly took the lives of 8 people. That's right, Christie did it again! A twist at the final moment revealed Phillip Lombard, who was shot only moments earlier, was not dead, indeed. He was able enough to save the life of Miss Claythorn from the crazy Jusice Wargrave and leave us with two survivors instead of the original NONE as described in the novel. "Two little Indians left all alone, they went and got married, and then there were none."
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