Batman's Log 2011.11.11
Gotham is quiet. An eerie darkness shrouds this city of unsuspecting citizens. What evil still lurks in the night is busy scurrying for the shadows. A new day breaks the silence. Done fighting crime for the night, it's time for Batman to get his pizza on. He scored another 4 pak for $10, but this time from Rainbow Foods. Batman's usual quick stop convenience store, Super America, jacked up the price or jacked down the pizza count, all depends on how you look at things. Last time he picked up smokes it was 3 for $10. You're just like a dope dealer SA. Guess that first one was free. You're on the list now so you better watch it. Batman don't roll that way.
Anyway, a funny thing happened this morning; Batman was just sitting around on his facebook and writing about SA when a citizen commented on one of his posts from the other night. Left him with a book recommendation which got Batman to thinking about how when he first started fighting crime, grateful citizens would try to shower him with gifts for saving their sorry asses from any number of evil villains. Now Batman probably won't even be offered a discount when he goes to Barnes & Noble later this morning. It makes him wonder what has happened to this city that he once loved so much. Hey people. Batman isn't going to accept your gifts for doing what is right, but Batman has feelings, you know, and it kind of hurts that you all take him for granted these days.
Now Batman's craving nicotine and is tired of referring to himself in the third person. So he's gonna go grab a smoke and then Google him some info on what the second person voice is all about. He's thinking of hanging up his cape and picking up a pen soon. He knows someone, who knows someone, who works for the Daily Planet. Supposedly this guy's a real super friend, just hoping he isn't too friendly cause Batman don't roll that way. Robin is just a sidekick, that's all, nothing more. So Batman's gonna hit this guy up for a day job. Batman's optimistic, but he should probably learn a little more about the written word first. Batman's not the best communicator as many people can attest, but at least he knows his onomatopoeia.