Sometimes, The Wheel is on Fire

Sometimes, The Wheel is on Fire

Thursday, April 28, 2011

The Spot is Marked

Agent XXXXX:
On July XXX 1976, at XXXXX pm, in the tiny
town of XXXXX, Utah, XXXXXX claimed to have
seen old XXXX of the XXXX dock his ship at
the pier, XXXX for XXXX even if Utah is
landlocked. XXX to XXX before unloading
9 trunks of XXXX XXXX which, according to
XXXXXX, they XXXXXX at that precise spot
using metal XXXX XXXX and a XXXXXX crane (a
live one). XXX & XXXX then spotted him, so
they then XXXX his XXXX and forced him to
walk the XXXX. Next XXXX parrots swooped
down and XXX (so he XXXX) which brought
him to XXXXX. Thus we XXXX his mind, so he
would XXXXX be able to XXXX it ever again.

This post is part of the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge, hosted by Talli Roland and seven others. Go check out the other participants!


  1. What an X-Citing edition to your blog with this post. I really can't wait to see how you wrap up the alphabet, Nate.

  2. Nice job on such a challenging letter!

  3. Wow, how many page previews did it take to get that straight? Very Nice!

  4. you're like some sort of genius. Some crazy crazy genius

  5. Brilliant!!! I was enjoying coming up with my own words to fill in the X's! Pirates in Utah, who knew??

  6. Jeffrey: I also can't wait to see how I wrap it all up. I had been writing my posts ahead of time, but time caught up with me. Starting with W, I've been putting these things together at the last minute...

    V: Thanks! I love a challenge.

    L.G.: Luckily, by using Courier I could see exactly how it would turn out as I was writing it.

    Falen: Well, at least you've got the "crazy cray" part right.

    Mary: See Falen's comment. You forgot the "crazy crazy."

    Heather: Well, according to the above document, XXXXXX knew all about it. And thanks!

  7. Alex: Thanks. It's certainly more creative than this response to your comment...

    Jemi: Thanks! Still, I like to think that its coolness isn't in the past tense just yet...

    baygirl: It'd be even cooler if we could figure out where those 9 trunks of XXXX XXXX were XXXXXX.

    Angela: I like to think that I'm the creative one, rather than just my post... but yeah, you're probably right.

  8. That is very clever. How were you able to come up with the placements and know it worked?

  9. Ava: The secret is all in the choice of font. Since Courier is a monospace font, every letter is exactly the same width, and I knew as I tested it in Word that it would appear the same way on the blog.