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Excerpt from the diary of the Media Minds Program Supervisor's puppy, Sir Reginald Dancing-Bear McGillicuddy:
Bark, bark, bark, bark, yip, bark, bark, bark, bark, yip, bark, bark, bark, bark, yip, yip yip, bark, bark, bark, bark, bark, whiiiiiiiine. Bark… bark, bark! Yip, yip, bark, bark. Bark, bark, bark, bark, yip, bark, bark, bark, bark, yip. Bark, bark, bark, bark, yip. Bark, bark, bark, bark…. Bark, bark, bark, bark, yip, bark, bark, bark, bark, yip, bark, bark, bark, bark, yip, bark, bark, bark, bark, yip, bark.. Bark. Bark, bark, bark? Bark, yip!! Bark, bark, bark bark, bark, bark. Yip. Yip! Yip, yip, yip. Bark, bark, baaaark!
(Translation to English:)
Today my momma went into the room-of-boredom again. In that room she sits and stares at a boring looking box that beeps and pings for what feels like an eternity. What a weird toy! Suddenly I hear all sorts of excited barks coming from inside the toy, and momma gets excited too! She laughs and talks to the box and I think people laugh and talk to her too!
It's preposterous really… nothing should make momma as happy as I do. Although I admit at times the excited nonsensical barking makes me happy, but more often than not I am hoping that she'll come to her senses, leave the weird toy behind and give this very good boy a much deserved belly rub instead.
Sir Reginald is still conducting his own investigation into what his momma Saba (the Media Minds Program and Volunteer Supervisor) is doing with the beeping box. Help Reggie get to the bottom of this mystery by volunteering as a Workshop Facilitator with the Media Minds Program!