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Whered You Go Joe? A Choose Your Own Adventure Book By: Mr. Udovich
1 One day Joe was sitting in front of his computer and he noticed an icon in the upper right corner. Shut off Computer Click Icon
2 Joe shut off his computer. Joe is now bored and has decided to eat 4965 Twinkies to break the World Record.
3 Joe slowly moves his mouse to the icon and clicks….at first nothing happens all of a sudden…
4 Joe is plunged into utter darkness. He doesnt know where he is. He starts to feel around him and his hand glances over a button. Press Button Sit and Wait
5 Joe decides to sit and wait it out. Maybe the power will come back on. Someone has to know that there is no power. Doesnt someone?
6 While contemplating, Joe purposefully stands up, proceeds to trip, falls, landing on the button. A light clicks on.
7 The button disappears, a door opens, and Joe starts falling …. down and down, farther and farther, until he lands on a big pillow.
8 When he suddenly remembers that he has to finish his storyboard for his choose your own adventure assignment. He wakes up and does his work!
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