In Attendance

Velasco Villalobos
The Dangerous Man
Shannon the Unwavering
Mrs. Tabasco-Ramirez
The Articles of the Learned Elders of Zion
Fabius Cunctator

Called to Order.

Old Business.

Wrongs done.
V. Villalobos opens the floor with a list of grievances, to wit: We are Unknown; We are Too Much Commented On; We are Denigrated; We are Not Denigrated; We are Neither Praised Nor Censured; We are Murdered; We are Ignored; We are Cast Out. Discussion of same. S. the Unwavering notes certain grievances contradict certain other grievances. Censure of S. the Unwavering. T. A. of the Learned Elders of Zion moves we take Decisive Action. Discussion of same. F. Cunctator advises delay. S. the Unwavering notes that F. Cunctator always advises delay. Second censure of S. the Unwavering. Mrs. Tabasco-Ramirez suggests Taking the Battle to the Enemy. Seconded by T. D. Man. Discussion. For: Mrs. T-R, T. D. Man, T. A. of the L. E. of Zion. Against: F. Cunctator, S. the Unwavering. Abstaining: V. Villalobos. Motion is carried.

New Business.

Taking the Battle to the Enemy.
Much discussion on how best to prosecute. F. Cunctator, having been earlier voted down, suggests a campaign of silent assassination. Discussion. Suggestion deemed too subtle though otherwise meritorious. F. Cunctator praised. S. the Unwavering suggests Throwing a Bomb into a Crowd. Discussion. Suggestion deemed too unfocused for correct interpretation. Third censure of S. the Unwavering. T. D. Man suggests Open Murder. Discussion. Motion carried. Sec’y requested to draft a list of Victims for review at next meeting.

Meeting adjourned. Members depart singly, with much secrecy.

One thought on “In Attendance

  1. I really like it – it reminds me of Foucault's Pendulum.

    By the way, do any of your pieces fit into the same storyline? Or is that something we have to read to realise? :)

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