Friday, February 22, 2008

Is It Friday Already and Other Classics

"So what happened to the Friday update today?"

A question a child might ask, but not a childish question. Today, from KHWL Books comes the first in a twelve part series devoted to answering the question: What Became of the Friday Update?

The first book in the series, entitled "Is It Actually Friday Already" will delve deep into the various conspiracy theories floating around the internet. From "it's not Friday yet" to "government cover-up of leaked UFO intell," you can read it all in "Is It Actually Friday Already," only available through KHWL Books.

Many people tell a story of a car crashing into an electrical poll outside Kanrei's office on this day, causing a mass blackout in the building and causing the office to close early. The story continues that Kanrei came home and, rather than napping on his couch, went into his bed and, rather than napping, actually fell alseep and awoke many hours later. Some even believe, after waking up, he forgot what day it was until he saw VE asking about the Friday update. OF course, that is only rumor.

Order now while supplies last. Have a great weekend.

2 comments:

Serena Joy said...

I'd like one copy, please. And I'd like it signed by the author. In this one case, I believe Friday wasn't cancelled. I believe it wasn't a government cover-up. I believe, just this once, that it was, in fact, a simple collision between car and electrical pole resulting in a subsequent deep nap involving REM sleep. I also believe in the Easter Bunny.:)

VE said...

Ooooh...Kan wrote a book on conspiracy theories? Does it have the one about the original dread blogger Kan who got so famous he retired and passed on to another person calling himself the dread blogger Kan? I love that one...

I think I'll buy a copy every single time I'm in a book store. I can't help it.

I'm not buying the car electrical thing either. I did my research and there are no above ground power lines in that area. I suspect Al-Qaeda behind all of this.

Go ahead, subscribe me to the whole Kan book club; Can I get 17 books for a penny and then be forced to pay $799 for the next two (plus shipping)?