Summer is soon upon us, and it won’t be long before it’s off to overnight camp for many lucky
youngsters. They’ll be writing home, of course. href="http://www.lowculture.com" target='new"'>Low
Culture recently posted a href="http://www.lowculture.com/archives/2005/06/hello_muddah_he.html"
target='new"'>letter from a camper who got a
jump on the season’s frolics. Here’s an excerpt:
Dear Mom and Dad,
src="http://www.artsjournal.com/herman/images/CAMPXRAYfoto.jpg" width=180 align=right
border=0>Greetings from href="http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/facility/guantanamo-bay_x-ray-pics.htm"
Ray … I am having a lot of fun here and am meeting a
lot of really, really nice people from all over the world. We do href="http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/in_depth/americas/2002/inside_camp_xray/routine.st
m" target='new"'>sports face=Courier> for one hour every day and we get to sing along to all kinds of class=inline
target='new"'>music face=Courier>. Our counselors are really crazy!… (Once a counselor accidentally splashed class=inline
ml" target='new"'>pee-pee on my bunkmate’s
Holy Koran and we had an ice cream party.) Next week we’re going to a petting zoo with real live
target='new"'>animals face=Courier>! It’s gonna be great! We might also go swimming, but I am afraid I might drown.
Ha ha ha.
Love, Your Son
I keep touting (read:
target='new"'>lifting) Matt Haber’s posts at
Low Culture because, well, they’re good enough to steal. He is someone who takes blogging
seriously. To see how seriously, href="http://www.lowculture.com/archives/2004/05/former_low_cult.html"