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Sunday, 26 April 2015

The Tally Ho Press

   Number 113, was he simply wasting his time when he interviewed the local candidate Number 6 in the election?
    “This is red hot stuff you know, haven’t had a candidate of your calibre for ages.”
    “Congratulations.”
    “How are you going to handle your campaign?”
    “No comment.”
    “Intends to fight for freedom at all costs. What about your internal policy?”
    “No comment.”
    “Will tighten up on Village security. How about your external policy?”
    “No comment.”
    “Our exports will operate in every corner of the globe. How do you feel about life and death?”
   “Mind your own business.”
   “No comment.”
   The only thing is Number 113 doesn’t write down one single word of that interview. The page of his notebook remains blank, save for the printed lines upon it. This is perhaps because he, or someone else has already written the interview, and had already been printed in the broadsheet. What’s more the interview with the candidate printed in The Tally Ho newspaper does not contain one word of the above interview, as seen below.
   And Number 113b, photographer for The Tally Ho, was he simply wasting film in his camera by taking a number of photographs of Number 6 sat in the taxi? Was there actually film in his camera? Because not one of the supposed pictures taken by Number 113b appears with the article! Only this one.
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