My first drug test: by Trevor Lemon
Today I had to go to a place called LabCorp in the far off land of Westur Linnd. I had to mount many slow Trimet-uh-sahrus' during my journey. On the first I met a large Indian who was kind enough to show me a shortcut, if I had heeded the advice of the robot that gave me my original instructions, my sand may have run out. After some time, and un-mounting my second steed in the Lake of O, I began the final leg of my journey. I saw the Webb that was spoken of on my map and lept from my four legged transpo. This must've angered the gods, because where there was once sun, now was only rain.
Once I regained my bearings, I headed east. After I was sufficiently soaked, I finally found residence at my destination. I entered, and with a glance from the maid at the counter, I was prompted to go down to the depths of the laboratory. The next part of my quest was not going to be as easy as I'd thought. I had not eaten or consumed much water before I departed. And before I was allowed to leave I had to fill a cup to a drawn line. Now the spirit was willing, but the body was just not able at that time.
So me and my friend Adam have been going out to Lake Oswego for the past couple months attending meetings at the Art Center. Every year they have an art festival with a different theme. This year's theme is digital art. The point of this was to educate the public on how digital art is created and to hopefully lift a bit of the 'digital art isn't real art' stigma. Brian Despain was cool enough to let us use one of his images for the poster (below).
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