Friday, April 11, 2008

Pulitzer Displayed In Coveted Refrigerator Position

Ann Arbor, MI- Danny Logan is an unhappy six year old boy. The front of his family’s refrigerator was once a place to prominently display his artwork, but it has been taken over by an eyesore that Danny doesn’t even understand.

“I don’t know what a ‘pulser prize’ is,” puzzled Danny. “I drawed superman, but it’s all covered up.”

Danny feels as if his greatest artistic achievements have been ousted by this inexplicable award. Danny wasn’t sure to whom the award was given, but he expressed serious concerns about the blatant disregard for precedent. He noted that the refrigerator has always been a forum dominated solely by his work.

Actions taken to remedy this outrage have included sulking in a corner, crying and one unsuccessful attempt to tear the award apart. Danny’s expressions of outrage, despite intended diplomacy, have resulted in little more than time outs and various other punishments.

Danny folded his arms and refused to make any further statements about the matter.