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PostSubject: Why is a Raven Like a Writing Desk? (Theo, Kenzie, PM)   June 28th 2010, 11:06 pm

Bailey walked slowly down to the amphitheater, confused. There was no doubt that he was a demigod; how else could the cyclops and empousa be explained? What didn't make sense was that he had both parents. Not like most demigods who were either adopted or knew which parent was truly theirs like, "This is my mom and step-dad". Bailey had no idea which parent he was was truly related to. The weird thing was that he looked like both of his parents. He had his mom's eyes and his dad's sandy hair. When Bailey smiled, he apparently looked a lot like his mom and people would swear he looked just like his father when they stood next to each other. Being a demigod made no sense, but it solved just as many mysteries as it brought up.

Bailey had arrived at the dining pavilion, which was little more than a large area of stone with a bunch of tables on it. No roof, no all you can eat buffet. Two more things that Bailey found odd was the large brzier in the center of the pavilion. It was summer. It was summer and they had a fire pit. The Greeks must have been pretty fond of fire, because they had braziers nearly everywhere. The cabin's center, the amphitheater, the dining pavilion. And Bailey had even found out that the Greeks had their own fire! How cool was that? It wasn't even fire colored, but bright green like the toxic sludge people threw into the oceans on television or Nickelodeon's famous green slime. Bailey had yet to see Greek fire, but he bet it looked cool. And then there was the giant crack in teh middle of the stone. Well, it was no longer a crack, because somebody must have filled it in. It was certainly a crack at some point, though, like an earthquake had come through. It wouldn't have surprised Bailey - he'd watched a TV special on how the city of Manhattan was sitting on 20 different fault lines. It was a documentary.

Bailey grinned and walked over to the Hermes table, wondering when dinner would start. He wished someone was around, so he could ask somebody about the fire and the filled in crack. "Hello?" He called.
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