Happy 4th of July: The Newspaper Boys and Girls Association, Int’l

posted by Newspaper Boys @ 10:38 AM
July 4, 2013

4thJulyKidsJohn J. Jr.:  As we prepare to celebrate the 4th of July anniversary of our country’s Declaration of Independence, we are honored to welcome new workers from the associations of newspaper kids to our intern ranks.

Let us take this opportunity to thank you for all the diligent work you do to send in urgent news stories from around the world.  And of course we congratulate our kids at home for their promotion to internships as well.

Intern Sissy:  Of course I wanted to intern with sassy Ms. Feermeno, and write about animals. But nooo!  Her beat is nuclear energy wars, so to do stories about dreadful declines in animal species, they stick me with Butterman.

Intern Violet: Don’t feel bad Sissy.  They stuck me with Newsworthy and she assigns me to work on volcanoes. Such gooey stuff.  So I’m flooded with news carriers from Extinction Protocol and its news outlets every day. ugh!

Intern Ernie: Oh quit your belly aching Violet. I’m an understudy with Sarah Newsworthy too. I mark up stories on earthquakes everywhere.  Neat!

Intern Wally:  I am so glad I’m working with Wendy Weathersbee. She assigned me to research tornadoes, hurricanes and other violent storms.  Neat!

Intern Frank:  Frank Fredericks here. Newsworthy assigned me to forest fires and drought. Hot work, but I’m glad to be aboard. She had me send a memo to the prayer teams for the families of those 19 firefighters we lost recently!

Farley:  I think Sissy’s right John.  We need to do more on animals––wild and domestic––and insects, etc., rather than sending kids out to these new things.

Allie:  Yeah, and no one writings about disappearing bees and butterflies anymore. If we don’t have kids to do it, who kids-marching-4thwill?

John J. Jr.:  Don’t worry.  We’ll get more kids.  The news corp. babies are growing up. They’ll take up the slack.

Intern Terry:  Wait, wait for me!  John assigned me to work with Taryn at I.E.     Plexus. I have to make sure orders get out and new products are added and proof read all the blogs.  Neat O!  Taryn get’s frustrated sometimes with Jael’s ah lack of attention to business details on occasion.

Intern Paul:  Wait for me too! Rev. Repriestly sent me to bolster the prayer teams.  So I’m working with Brothers Michael, John, and Jude to learn how to pray. Wow! I had no idea there are so many things to pray about.

John J. Jr.: Great!  With that in mind, let’s thank God for the U.S. A.  And Pray for Our Country on this 4th of July.  As our Christian childrens t-shirts say:  “This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it (Psalm 118: 24).”

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