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To: Bump Team
I have embedded the bump copy at the end of this e-mail. I considered the possibility of dispersing parts of it in to various
ancient dungeons in which you would have to solve riddles, each more riddly than the last, and fight monsters in order to
find the individual pieces of the intern bump copy that I would inscribe on the mystical skin of a giant turtle (once you
found all the pieces, the turtle would become whole and tell you the Intern Bump copy) But not only do I not yet wield that
kind of power, what with the current dungeon loans running at a whopping fifteen percent interest rate of the total amount
borrowed and that's after a quarter down payment (Let's not even mention the general expenses that would go in to
upkeep and maintenance of said dungeons, daily lunches for all the monsters haunting the various rooms is also something I would have to come out of pocket on and God forbid I should try to have a theme like "Amazon" or "Atlantis" because those things don't exist in Atlanta so then we get in to decorating expenses and a professional dungeon decorator
who knows their stuff is one of the biggest above-the-line costs one can accrue in this kind of venture) but I also did not
think anyone currently has a lot of time to invest in to the necessary adventuring that would be required to overcome the
dangers and perils I would most assuredly attempt to outfit my dungeons with. Also, there's a gray area these days as to
whether or not the I should be covering the medical insurance of all the monsters. Personally, I consider them freelance,
which I thought meant they should be taking care of this themselves, but I think we're all still in an adjustment period...anyway, I laid off all of my monsters and opted to just put the bump copy at the bottom of this e-mail.
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