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Dorian Gray ([personal profile] theothermrgray) wrote in [community profile] entranceway2017-08-08 10:49 am

An Entry from The Painted Rose

Good morning, my friends.

As you have probably been made aware at this point, infected needles containing the Kellis-Amberlee virus were discovered at the Wonderland Convention Center. The whole place is in a state of panic. Security has become mercilessly vigilant, people are being quarantined left and right, and the politicians are being advised to move the Republican National Convention to a later date. As you might recall, the reason I had even bothered to attend the RNC was to keep up to date on whatever these silly politicians are going to claim next, not prick my finger on a needle and join the ranks of the undead.

Rest assured, I am still alive and well! I've been taking refuge in my hotel room for the past 24 hours or so, and I must say the staff has been doing a decent job of staying calm during these frightening times. Room Service is predictably slow and the random blood tests have markedly increased in frequency, but they're putting a lot of time and effort into making my (somewhat forced) stay a bit more tolerable. Now, if they would just give me a refund for the convention ticket and room I would happily attend the next convention held here.

Besides, there is still some good news in store for you. Since I have nothing better to do for the time being, you can expect the next installment of Romeo and Ophelia to be released earlier than expected.

Yours Truly, D. Gray

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