Journal Entries

Michael Hirschowitz, Mason baker, Zachary L

1/31/16

Day 1

Today was my first day in pseudanth, it started with entering the capital city through the airport. After getting accepted in the new citizen station, thanks to the paper I received. I was then off to the apartment complexes. After about one hour in the apartment office I finally received my room, A 6 room top floor apartment, with an amazing view of the city. After unpacking I went back to ground floor to find somewhere to eat. I looked for nearest restaurants on my phone and almost a dozen 4 star restaurants were in a one mile distance from me. After eating at the nearest bar and grill I headed back to my apartment to finish unpacking and get ready for bed. Before I fell asleep I thought to myself was this the right choice, will I find a job, and what friends will I make here.

 

Day 372

It has been more than a year since I arrived in Pseudanth, and I can whole hearted say I have not regretted moving here not one bit. And today shows one the reasons I moved here, today I broke my leg during the company game of softball, I was running to catch a flyball but I smacked right into another outfielder and could not feel my leg when I was lying on the ground and was quickly rushed to the hospital. There I was expecting it to be wrapped into a cast but when I woke up it looked lit it was never broken. I was told it is a brand new medical procedure only available here. They put a special paste into the leg and into holds it together will simultaneously fusing the bones back together. I tried it out and it felt like I never even broke the bones I was allowed to leave the same day I was brought that is one of the reasons I moved to pseudanth

Day 700

Today marks the seven hundred day I have been in psuedanth, to celebrate I got all my friends to go to the fanciest restaurant in the capital. Las Somanis, an Italian steakhouse, it has a 2 month minimum wait list, so I had to make the reservation months in advance. It didn’t start off to great with two friends bailing last minute and 1 calling sick leaving me with 4 friends coming. After I rounded up the remaining friends we arrived at the restaurant I walked up proudly to the waiter running the front and asked,

“Table for 5 under Michael.”

She asked “it says table for 8?”

“Some people bailed on me.” I said

After having an amazing yet ridiculosyly expensive meal that I was happy to pay. We went to my place for an after party drink. After calling 4 separate cabs I stated the clean up thinking to myself what a great idea it was to move here

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Invitation letter

Michael Hirschowitz, Mason Baker, Zachary L

Mercer Island, WA

5801 84th ave SE

206-236-1052

 

 

Dear Karen Casey

 

I am writing to tell you of the amazing new land I have moved into, Pseudanth. This place is amazing, the grass is always green the rent here is so cheap, and you’ll never be out of work. Education here is public school education is free, and any college you want to attended with be very inexpensive. New jobs come up almost monthly here, and all of them pay a good sum, and don’t worry minimum wage is much higher here than anywhere else, so no poverty line.

 

Healthcare and other health related benefits will be fully assessable by only a 50 dollar monthly fee. If you don’t have it and need to be rushed to the hospital you will pay a fee departure of the hospital. Currently Pseudanth is guided by a king and his minsters, and nobels that govern over the different providences.

 

Currently where you live you deal with pollution, crime, shootings happening so often they aren’t seen a surprises, war. If you move to Pseudanth you won’t ever need to deal with any of the problems you have. If you move here I promise you will not regret it.

Invitation letter rough draft

Michael Hirschowitz

Mercer Island, WA

5801 84th ave SE

206-236-1052

 

 

Dear Karen Casey

 

I am writing to tell you of the amazing new land I have moved into, Pseudanth. This place is amazing, the grass is always green the rent here is so cheap, and you’ll never be out of work. Education here is public school education is free, and any college you want to attended with be very inexpensive. New jobs come up almost monthly here, and all of them pay a good sum, and don’t worry minimum wage is much higher here than anywhere else, so no poverty line.

 

Healthcare and other health related benefits will be fully assessable by only a 50 dollar monthly fee. If you don’t have it and need to be rushed to the hospital you will pay a fee departure of the hospital. Currently Pseudanth is guided by a king and his minsters, and nobels that govern over the different providences.

 

Currently where you live you deal with pollution, crime, shootings happening so often they aren’t seen a surprises, war. If you move to Pseudanth you won’t ever need to deal with any of the problems you have. If you move here I promise you will not regret it.