Good Morning Campers,
As my dear friend Lethal announced yesterday, we are in negotiations to bring Dragon and Leprechaun Laffs to you on a (less) regular basis. That’s not an easy task. As I was informed yesterday by Lethal, the entire staff was let go at once, amongst many grumblings, moonings, and out-right threats. Severance checks were cut, bonuses paid, pension funds raided and it’s difficult to get all that back to work again.
Our kitchen staff has been replaced (temporarily) by a bank of snack machines because it was deemed too dangerous to hire the original kitchen staff back for fear of being poisoned.
All the Dwarves in the printing press cavern are still off on a drunken tear somewhere and most of the printing press itself was disassembled and reassembled in the shape of a gallows with a likeness of a dragon hung in effigy.
My virgin supply is gone. Kaput! Rumor has it that they are now all safely at work on a small, privately owned island for a small green man, with a tall hat, but that is just rumor as it is well understood that if I find said island I will burn it to the waterline.
Seriously now …
The out pouring of love and friendship from all of you was, quite frankly, overwhelming. And we are re-evaluating our time and energy and we will most likely come up with a plan that both of us can live with. We knew we were important to some of you, but we had no idea how many of you that really was.
A blog runs on two things…feedback and money. There are a few ways that you can get each of those, some reputable and some that make it difficult to shave in the morning because of having to look yourself in the mirror. Mrs. Dragon likes it when I’m not all scratchy, as I’m sure Molly does with Lethal, so we’re kind of limited on what we can do. Neither one of us wants to put advertising on here because we believe it’s tacky and takes away from the fun. We also don’t want to seed our website to other places in the hopes of generating feedback and thus growing the blog because, quite frankly, we don’t have the time to even do the blog, much less publicize it elsewhere. So, if this blog is going to succeed these two things need to be handled by you guys. Tell your friends, spread the word, grow the blog. If the blog gets big enough, we get sponsors that allow us to hold our heads up. And, if you feel inclined and have a buck to spare, hit the donation button at the top of the right column and let us know in that way that what we are doing is worthwhile.
We hope to have this campground back to working order by the weekend. Keep watching this space for further developments.