Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Dafferty Hires Titstein

Bluegreenplant reporter Bill Dafferty has hired the famous lawyer, Larry Titstein, to represent him in court. He is suing Bill Duckton for scratching his own car and blaming him for it. Said Titstein, "It is an open and shut case. Obviously, that car was scratched by a trophy--a Pluitzer Prize, for example. Bill Dafferty's name has been dragged through the mud enough as it is!"

Duckton was not available for comment, but the Odd Prowler did engage the reporter of this story in some banter in English, and offered tea.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Photo of Odd Prowler

Bluegreenplant has found only remaining photo of the Odd Prowler. It was taken by a Metropolitan Police photographer who wanted "just one more" after the first two standard mugshots.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Man Who Passed Bar Exam is Puzzled By Duckton

"I do not understand why Bill Duckton Will not let me represent him in court to sue Bill Dafferty for damages," uttered Larry Titstein, a very famous lawyer who offered to do the work pro-bono if they didn't win the case. "It is an open and shut case. Dafferty has to pay for the damages and we can pin court costs on him as well."

Duckton, who won the Pluitzer Prize, laconically uttered, "Dafferty is an honorable man. I will not sue," when asked by another Bluegreenplant reporter for his take on Titstein's comments.

Duckton was accompanied by the Odd Prowler, who was studying an English as a Second Language book in a beanbag chair.

Dafferty, whose garage was hiding Bill Duckton's blue and scratched car, is nowhere to be found.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Insurance Company Refuses to Cover Scratch in Duckton's Car

Bill Duckton, Bluegreenplant's Pluitzer Prize winning reporter, got so mad that he dropped his sandwich at the Auto mat and kicked it instead of cleaning it up. "Some guy I don't even know was in front of me in line and he hands me a cell phone and says it is for me." That is how Duckton's tale began. "Then I say hello and a voice says she's from the insurance company and they aren't going to cover my scratch on account of...oh hell; I am still pist off."

The reporter, colleague Tabby Lane, got Duckton a glass of water and after he calmed down he continued.

"She says it was a pre-existing condition. This is a lot of bull!" Duckton cut the interview short in what Ms. Lane described as a "primma-donnish way," and headed out to his scratched car.

The odd prowler cleaned up the sandwich from the floor.

Sunday, March 01, 2009

Duckton Vehicle Located in Dafferty Garage

Blue car owner Bill Duckton, who had left the vehicle parked outside of Blue Green Power Plant World Headquarters while he was away on his journey to the Center Of the Earth, has reported that he received an anonymous call about the whereabouts of his missing car.

The anonymous caller led Duckton, along with a contingent of local police, and the Odd Prowler tagging along, to a garage in the "Spoonbill's Landing" condominiums, where Duckton identified his car. "That's my car. But what the...Where did this scratch come from?" he announced. The parking space was registered to Blue Green Power Plant colleague, Bill Dafferty.