Friday, January 09, 2004

ARN&R Staffer Photographed in the Wild

Stunning developments took place in the amusement world today, as an intrepid amusement industry fan captured photographic evidence of an ARN&R editor in its natural environment.

The Rare and Elusive Quarry Finally Caught on Film

"This is absolutely stunning," said the photographer. "Capturing an ARN&R writer or editor in the wild is a combination of great reaction time, photographic skill, and, yes, tremendous luck. It all came together for me. This is as momentous an event as getting a clean picture of Sasquatch, or a Yeti, or even Nessie."

The photographer was briefly flustered by the news that hundreds of enthusiasts have taken pictures of the Loch Ness Monster, and many pictures of the legendary beast have found their way into books, magazines, and masturbatory coaster enthusiast websites.

"Well. Be that as it may," he stammered, before regaining his composure.

The photograph clearly shows the ARN&R Assistant Editor (generally referred to by the enthusiast community as the "Ass Editor" for both its caustic attitude and its obsession with articles about bodily functions) in its natural working conditions. National geekery experts concur with the assumption that the Assistant Editor is "a really huge nerd."

"I was pretty lucky," said the photographer. "I'd have been in big trouble if that editor was defending its cubs!"


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