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A blog about my life, universe, etc. At any given time you might find something endlessly interesting or just me ruminating on something else, which no one (not even myself) finds interesting. That's the way blogs go, I suppose. Anyway, I was eleventh in line, and you weren't. Hah!

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Columbus, OH
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Tuesday, December 10, 2002
This random bit of silliness comes from Caroline's site. She has an Urban Legend Generator, you see:

The legend of the haunted Grauman's Chinese has been passed down from kid generation to kid generation. And our very own Sarah is the keeper of the tale...

One hundred years ago, a group of Star Wars Line Nerds arrived at the Grauman's Chinese with the fortune that they had earned from Camping out in line. Since some Mormons had heard of the treasure and wanted to steal it, they hid their money in a secret spot there and agreed to split it later on. Unfortunately, one of the Star Wars Line Nerds had the silly idea of stealing the money and fleeing to Lithuania.

When the others heard of this plan, they tricked him into meeting them by the beach outside the city. Nobody knows what happened there on that night, but none of the Star Wars Line Nerds were ever heard from again. Some say that the schemer killed the others and had to flee to Lithuania before getting the money. Some say that they all died in a freak avalanche. And some say a magical giant sloth punished them for their greed, turning the lot of them into ghosts.

But, whatever happened to the Star Wars Line Nerds, everyone noticed odd things happening in the Grauman's Chinese where the money had been cleverly hidden. Any person who entered there could swear that he or she saw the ghosts of the Star Wars Line Nerds, who threatened them with harm if they attempted to stay. The building was soon abandoned, and the ghosts made sure that nobody could take the money that they had never gotten to use in life.

Pretty cute, yes? Of course, yes.


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