Citizens of the LA bloc:
Welcome to my 2nd edition of Proxy’s Corner. If you haven’t bookmarked colonyinvasion.com yet…I urge you to do so. Strongly. Very. Very. Strongly. You wouldn’t want to miss any of the enlightening things I have to say – do you? That’s what I thought.
Also – A big thanks to Erin Way who joined me and my counterparts on our Blab from the Bloc this week. If you haven’t watched it – check it out on the homepage. She was awesome! Thanks, Erin!
STATE OF THE COLONY:
Colonists! The state of our colony is strong. We have a wall. (Eat your heart out Mr. Trump.) We have drones and a homeland security force to ensure constant and consistent safety. We have a rationing system to ensure all needs are met. We even have a new favorite watering hole – The Yonk. Most importantly…We have an amazing leader in myself who also happens to bring home the bacon. We are a lucky colony.
In my address last week I spoke of the terrorist, Eric Broussard. Thanks to the extensive and dedicated work by #Team_Willifer (Will and Jennifer for those of you just joining in on the conversation.) – We came very close to apprehending this dangerous fugitive. We now know everything we need to know about him and his capture and eventual execution is imminent.
Great news! The “Resistance Code” has been cracked and the Transitional Authority has used this code to create a message for those left in the resistance:
34 – 44 – 11 – 23 – 91 – 17 – 32 – 55 – 80 – 5 – 79 – 7 – 20 – 66 – 3.
Translation: “Beau wears great shirts and he’s coming to kick your ass.” You heard it here first.
To wrap things up… We are a colony of strength and we are a colony that perseveres. We are the LA bloc.
Your friend and always an ally,
Proxy Alan Snyder
It seems at times you didn’t trust Will. After he kept hiding you and saved you, how do you feel now?
At the time…I felt a little cramped. He put me in a frickin cabinet. How would you feel? Looking back on it now though … He did what was best for me, for him, and for our bloc. I owe him my life, but I still don’t entirely trust him. There’s only one person I can really trust. Only one person anyone in the LA bloc can trust. Me.
What is a typical day like for you? We learned you had a position of authority at Stanford prior to the arrival. Now that you are Proxy what has changed for you?
A lot has changed. My typical day goes something like this: Wake up. Brew coffee. Drink coffee. Check twitter. Respond on twitter. Drink more coffee. Respond to the resistance termites on twitter. Retweet Pro-Proxy messages on twitter. Brew more coffee. Shake my head at Tory Kittles and his idle threats on twitter. Drink coffee. Wonder why it’s not Thursday yet. Respond to more twitter (The resistance never stops.) More coffee. And so on. Somewhere in between all that very important stuff I also: lead the colony, look good doing it, make sure Helena and the Hosts are happy, and cook/serve an awful lot of bacon just so people will collaborate. It’s really a full time job!
What do you think Peter Jacobson thinks about your portrayal of his character?
I’d like to think I do him and his character justice. He probably shakes his head a lot. Probably says to himself “I would never say that!” but he’s been super kind to me and I believe he knows that I try to do right by him. Plus, being the twitter Proxy has it’s privileges. I could always send him to the Factory too! (Kidding, Peter. I would never. Well…probably never.)