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Community : Top Stories Last Updated: Oct 10, 2012 - 8:50:07 AM


The zip line at Governors Park: resident recreation or covert operation?
By Jennifer Johnston
Oct 3, 2012 - 8:52:31 AM

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Drew, a.k.a. The Pre-K Puma, "I like to go really fast."
Robby, a.k.a. The Speedy Spring, "It goes further if you bounce."

Kate J., a.k.a. Toothless Wonder, "Thee me thmiling?"





Mr. President, Madam Secretary, distinguished representatives from Marvel Comics: thank you for being here today. We seem to have uncovered what appears to be a training ground for action heroes and sidekicks. I’ll be honest; it’s a little embarrassing that we didn’t know anything about it prior to last week, and only learned of it as we were cavorting around the dog park. But the zip line at the new Governor’s Park “playground” is unmistakably their key conditioning apparatus.
Now, we don’t know if they are learning to fly, or simply testing their courage and thrill-seeking. And we don’t know why some choose to stand on the zip line while others sit. And we don’t know why they repeatedly order more power from their launching team (whom they refer to as “mom” and “dad”). What we do know is this: it would behoove us to infiltrate their circle in a most expeditious manner, before they become villains or, worse, scaredy-pants adults. They are an impressive, talented (also very giggly) squad, and frankly we could use them on our side of law enforcement and military. After weeks of surveillance via a team of A/Ved spider crabs on the ground and in the surrounding live oaks, we’ve been able to identify the young supers:
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