Completely Unsuspicious

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Francesca Lemon
- 4/15/2019 9:29pm

Mmmmmmmmph!!!! MmmmMMMMMmmmmmmph!!!

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Kimya Abbey
- 4/14/2019 10:01pm

The most confusing thing about this week's dig at the Jolene Avenue Graveyard was the hallucinations. Wooeeee what a doozy! Luckily the Dig Director had her anti-centipede venom, or who knows how long they could have gone on.

The last thing me and @Melody Quinn remember is climbing off the ladder at the bottom of the hole and walking for a ways with our phone lights. You're not supposed to bring your phones on the dig as a precaution against picture taking but they got lax about searching us.

Anyway the centipedes must have been getting us the whole way in but they were those centipedes with arms and feelers like soft hair and we never felt the bites. But we're pretty sure (and Dig Director assures us) that the Centipede King (or Carlos as they called him) towering in his throne, sitting up like a cobra and undulating back and forth as he sang that weird poem must have been a hallucination. From all the bites. And then the vast cavern around us roared in ecstasy as the center of the portal opened up.

Next thing we know we're laying on the grass in the Jolene Avenue Graveyard and Dig Director says she administered the anti-venom and do we feel better and sign these papers and we're back in the van with warm bottles of water they gave to us.

All in all, totally still worth the credits. What's a few bug bites? Don't know why they didn't keep @Dara Boman around though.





Kimya Abbey
- 4/9/2019 9:37pm

Psychic archeology sure is mysterious. @Melody Quinn and @Dara Boman and I landed at the Jolene Avenue Graveyard and the Dig Director (she still won’t tell us her name) did our shovel check (had ‘em!) and our glove check (didn’t!) and then used her dowsing rods to point us to a place right in the middle of all the holes we dug last time.

“Dig!”

CLUNK

Right away we hit something. It was like a manhole but bigger was covered with many strange inscriptions. SEE? Psychic archeology. I wanted to take a picture for class but Dig Director says no photos.

Anyway we pried it open and do you know what’s under Psychic Archeology manholes? Holes! Or at least one very deep dark hole. There was a ladder and none of us really wanted to go down in it but @Melody Quinn and I thought @Dara Boman was the best candidate, because of bug repellency. Did I mention the centipede issue?

So @Dara Boman went down the hole and @Melody Quinn and I spent a long time not talking (because Dig Director) until Dig Director called the van and said it was time for us to go.

Does this mean @Dara Boman gets overtime? I wanted to ask but I haven’t seen them at school since. Maybe when we go back!





Kimya Abbey
- 4/5/2019 12:21pm

Can you keep bugs away from other people too, @Dara Boman? You might be a perfect candidate for the Dig Team! @Melody Quinn and I got eaten alive digging those holes at the Jolene Avenue Graveyard, but we’re headed back tomorrow and could really use your help. Plus, free credits! Free money! Definitely room for a bug repeller. Meet at the parking lot by the gym at 11am.

Hope you work for centipedes too!





Dara Boman
- 4/4/2019 5:44am

I'm not sure why I attend Psychic High School, I feel and seem normal. The only thing different or unusual about me is the fact that bugs steer clear of me. I don't think this is to out of the ordinary, but I still can't stop myself from coming here.





Kimya Abbey
- 4/3/2019 7:48pm

@Melody Quinn and I spent some time at our new great part-time completely unsuspicious job and I guess it must not be suspicious because psychic archeology.

The Dig Director directed us all around the Jolene Avenue Graveyard, pointing her dowsing rods around and shhhshing us when we talked. She pointed them here and pointed them there and pointed at the ground for us to dig our tiny holes.

We were glad not to have to dig the big holes because that must be hard work! There were lots of big holes that had gotten dug recently and then filled in and you had to be careful not to trip over them or the headstones when we walked. And holding our breath! You have to hold your breath when you walk between the spots which helps with the not talking.

Anyway we dug a bunch of tiny holes all over and they must have liked our work because they want us back! Maybe next time we put things in the holes? It’s all very hush hush. I guess they could still use more bodies though. You should sign up!







Lake
- 4/1/2019 12:49am

Hello Ms. Abbey!

We thank you for your interest in this job offer! Allow us to clear up some misinformation, and explain how you may take up this exciting opportunity.

Our office is closed Friday through Monday, but most of the manual labor our company does occurs on those three days. That is why the office is closed. There is absolutely no other reason that our office is closed while the labor is being done.

Francesca, unfortunately, passed away very suddenly just a few days ago. This, of course, is an entirely unrelated incident to our company. I truly do hope that this isolated tragedy does not discourage you from applying for the position. We pride ourselves on our extremely high safety standards and thorough disaster-preventative measures, hence why we require all applicants to supply full medical records. Francesca worked with us very shortly, but did not complete the job. We are still be looking for work and accepting applications.

Thank you for your time and consideration!





Kimya Abbey
- 3/30/2019 4:15pm

Hey so @Melody Quinn and I went to the parking lot out by the gym today to try and find the vans and get a ride with @Francesca Lemon to the Jolene Avenue Graveyard field trip and maybe earn some extra money and get credits for psychic archeology class but there was nobody there. If you are closed Friday through Monday why is the job on Saturdays? Is Francesca already working for you? Do you want to see how long we can hold our breath? Ready? 1... 2... 3..........





Lake
- 3/26/2019 9:22am

Hello again, Francesca!

We would like to apologize for the time which it took us to receive your emails, as our office is closed Friday through Monday. If you are still interested in the position, we would love for you to apply. The answers to your questions are as follows:

Pay for this service will be $10,000 minus the number of years you have been alive. Any hereditary illnesses, disabilities, current health conditions, and injuries may also affect your pay. For this reason we request full, clinically authorized medical records along with your application.

The van will be a plain white moving van. We will email you the exact time and place of pick-up if you are selected for the position.

If you are to be selected for this position, then the mystery machine will not be permitted under any circumstances to accompany you during work hours. No other vehicle, living thing, or animated non-living thing may be present while you are on the clock. We apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.

For any further inquiries about the job or application submissions, please email roses.and.sunflowers.123@gmail.com.

Thank you for your interest!





Francesca Lemon
- 3/23/2019 11:00am

Hi I am waiting for the van but I am not sure which one to get into.

There is the Grey Van Delivery Van Company Van, which delivers anything you can think of just by thinking about it. And it brought me a shovel. But I do not think it can bring me your van because it is not big enough to fit a van inside of it.

Then there is the Mystery Machine van which usually follows me around but I do not like the man who is driving it.

What time it the pick up of the van?? I am writing your customer support email but maybe it is Saturday and they are off work.





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