Props go to Michelle Stone for that dialogue. Everything that looks like

this is where I quote a contributing author directly.

As a journalist, I hope you like my man on the street interviews, where an intrepid reporter and his specially gifted camera operator talk to the unwashed masses (people with less than 500 followers) about what they think is going on inside the arena where the Grammar Games rage:

Meanwhile, Outside the Colosseum, part 1

Meanwhile, Outside the Colosseum, part 2

Meanwhile, Outside the Colosseum, part 3

You have the social caché of being in the nosebleed section, so if you want to contribute something about the action on the field or in the sky up above (especially the section about the black crows flying over the arena in Chapter 10), or the snackii or street vendors, you could. It could be a 200 word post, a paragraph, or even a sentence. It doesn’t have to be funny. It’s the different perspectives and imaginations that inspire me to construct the logical absurdity surrounding the whole premise of the Grammar Games.

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