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Sunday, September 6, 2015

The Rock

Version 1

Nicolas Cage stands before a huge rock and he hates the rock, and he knows if he could only get past the rock he would be happy, but he cannot move past the rock because it is too big. He sits down in a state of helpless misery. The end.

Version 2

Nicolas Cage stands before a huge rock and he hates the rock, and he knows if he could only get past the rock he would be happy, but he cannot move past the rock because it is too big. He sits down in a state of helpless misery.

After sitting a while, he thinks, the rock is very big, but I must try something, I must try and move past this rock.  He walks away from the rock until he is very far away, he takes a breath, and then he runs towards the rock screaming.  He runs straight into the rock, and through his mighty charge, he pushes the rock away and is able to get past it and then he is happy.  The end.

Version 3

Nicolas Cage stands before a huge rock and he hates the rock, and he knows if he could only get past the rock he would be happy, but he cannot move past the rock because it is too big. He sits down in a state of helpless misery.

After sitting a while, he thinks, the rock is very big, but I must try something, I must try and move past this rock.  He walks away from the rock until he is very far away, he takes a breath, and then he runs towards the rock screaming.  He runs straight into the rock, and through his mighty charge, he pushes the rock away and is able to get past it, but he finds he is still not happy  The end.

Version 4

Nicolas Cage stands before a huge rock and he hates the rock, and he knows if he could only get past the rock he would be happy, but he cannot move past the rock because it is too big. He sits down in a state of helpless misery.

After sitting a while, he thinks, the rock is very big, but I must try something, I must try and move past this rock.  He walks away from the rock until he is very far away, he takes a breath, and then he runs towards the rock screaming.  He runs straight into the rock but the rock is simply too big to be budged.  He sits back down in a state of helpless misery. The end.

Version 5

Nicolas Cage stands before a huge rock and he hates the rock, and he knows if he could only get past the rock he would be happy, but he cannot move past the rock because it is too big. He sits down in a state of helpless misery.

After sitting a while, he thinks, the rock is very big, but I must try something, I must try and move past this rock.  He walks away from the rock until he is very far away, he takes a breath, and then he runs towards the rock screaming.  He runs straight into the rock but the rock is simply too big to be budged.  He sits back down in a state of helpless misery.

After sitting a while, he thinks, I cannot move this rock, but why should I let it ruin my happiness?  He learns to be happy with the rock, even though he once hated it, and finds in the end he could never have been happy without the rock.  The end.