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Question #90333 posted on 09/09/2017 10:38 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

We used to live at Wymount behind the laundry building with a view of the loading dock. There was usually a lot going on back there. We would see normal trucks, Penske trucks, even one time a camper. And lots of police cars, very often, frequently at night. As happy little newly weds we often pondered on the presence of all these vehicles on the other side of the fence. Particularly the police cars. Besides the loading and unloading of laundry, is there something we ought to know about the loading dock?

-George and Martha

A:

Dear Washington,

Is there something you ought to know? Haha, no, of course not!

Ahem, in all seriousness, you've probably already surpassed the bounds of that which you ought to know. Perhaps it would be better to just forget you saw anything in the first place. Certainly don't conjecture as to the covert purpose of said police cars, and how they were working with matters connected with tunnel worms. As writers, we never met with the police to discuss such matters. Any assigning of tunnel worm related missions from the police to the writers would never have occurred in those meetings. Meetings which, may I remind you, were never held in the first place. 

May you have a wonderful--and above all--tunnel worm free day!

~Anathema