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  Posted: August 17, 2021      Views: 27

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"Baron Aaron and Count Too-ten" by Bill Schott

The scene opens on the beach of a tropical island. Two figures sit and stand in the center on either side of a palm tree. Both men are dressed in rags, have beards and long hair.

Baron Aaron (BA): (sitting left of the tree on a pile of coconutsLooks like it will be another hot one.

Count Too-ten (CT): (forms a gun with his hand, aims his finger at his head, and snaps his thumb forward to simulate blowing his brains out)  We should make a pitcher of lemonade.

BA: I think the lemons are a bit bitter here. 

CT:  Taste like urine?

BA: No. That isn't bitter at all.

CT:  Man. I haven't peed in a month.

BA: You should see a doctor.

CT: (looks around as if searching) Yeah, or drink some water.

BA: Well, there is plenty of water around us.

CT: Sea water?

BA: (points straight out at the ocean) All kinds.

CT: That water is too salty. 

BA: Not a good year for water.

To be continued ?????


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