With their parents away most of the time using every spare minute they have to work on the Queens home, Justin and Logan Sobieck found that manufacturing WMD's in is great for passing those many lonely hours. Common household products are the only ingredients needed to produce explosions of a disturbing magnitude. The manufacturing process, the brain child of Logan, takes place in their back yard. It is basically a chemical process which Logan learned from an unnamed friend. The secret combination of ingredients commonly found on store shelves were mixed again and again for testing purposes until just the right combination was formed to create the weapon. I witnessed the creation and detonation of several of the weapons including an oversized one leader container. Logan creates the weapon right at the detonation site while onlookers stay back at a safe distance, in our case the deck behind the Sobieck home was our safe zone. Justin never sets the weapon or mixes the final ingredients, it is thought there would not be enough time for him to hobble away before detonation. When the right combination is complete and the container is sealed Sobieck calmly walks away from the explosive explaining to those watching that a couple of minutes will elapse while the chemical reaction plays out. From our vantage point it seemed nothing was happening but soon the container, viewed through field glasses, was seen to fill with smoke and seconds later a magnificent explosion took place. Sobieck explained that the US military has already expressed interest in the device and that it will be hard to keep this out of terrorists hands.
Wedding bells are in the future for Blackie Cornelius and Shannon as announced by Blackie's mother Sue Wenzel. Wenzel said the two had taken a vacation to Las Vegas where Cornelius popped the question, Shannon who was taken back by the proposal agreed. It is not known if a date has been set by the couple or where the wedding will take place. Details will be published in an upcoming edition of the NEWSLETTER.
Last weeks Turkey Bowl meeting at Sobieck Hall was plagued by low attendance and lack of snacks and treats. A pre-meeting at THE KAT AND MICK REPORT offices produced the intended results of the Sobieck Hall meeting. New rules and augmented existing rules have been instituted for the game this year and can be viewed by clicking the XPFL page. In a related story Justin Sobieck who was thought to be sitting on the bench this year due to an ankle injury suffered in a motorcycle accident has been cleared by the team physicians and his own doctor to start in the Turkey Bowl.
I hesitate to report on myself in this publication following in the footsteps of other world renown news gathering outlets. For example you never see news in the NEW YORK TIMES about publisher Solesburger's personnel life. However I am relaxing the constraints this time due to the importance and severity of the incident. On Wednesday November 17 early in the morning I did have a heart attack. The event was small in magnitude and little damage occurred to my heart. The doctor says the output from my heart is considered to be normal. I had two stints put in and still have to have another put in another blocked artery on Monday November 29. This should complete any medical work that I need to have done and I should be able to return home the next day. Thank you to all who called and sent cards on my behalf. I must now work on a change of life style, and get used to taking a mountain of drugs to prevent any further medical problems. I am already feeling much better and look forward to returning to work. The NEWSLETTER will continue to be published each week with out fail until I have the "big one". There's a new UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT on the burner that is in part about the Turkey Bowl. Click here to see it. That's all the news that is news, see ya.
RICHARD POQUETTE (LEFT) EXTINGUISHES FLAMES FROM EXPLOSIVE DEVICE THE BRAIN CHILD OF JUSTIN (CENTER) AND LOGAN (RIGHT) SOBIECK
BLACKIE SOON TO WED SHANNON
SHANNON SOON TO WED BLACKIE
November 28, 2004
BLUE JELL-O'S VICTORIOUS AT TB V
Once again with a zest for the game the Blue Jell-O's were victorious at the fifth Turkey Bowl to be played at the popular Poquette field in the Village of Hobart. The Blue Jell-O's, winners now of two consecutive Turkey Bowls celebrated with ground bologna sandwiches and pie in Sobieck Hall adjacent to Poquette Field. It was a cold and windy day at the field and some of the older more decrepit fans were unable to stand the weather and remained inside while the game was played. Such was the case with the medical staff of Peg VanLanen and Mary Ann Meeusen who never ventured out to the field the entire day. The Oneida Red Gobblers did not take the defeat laying down however and proved to be a formidable opponent for the Hobart Blue Jell-O's keeping the score just one touchdown apart until the very end. Many times the a glance at the score board would reveal a tie game but in the end an interception in the end zone in the final two minutes of the game by the Blue Jell-O's proved to be too much to overcome and the Red Gobblers succumbed to the Jell-O's. Red Gobblers Brandon Pickett, team captain, returned one of two interceptions he had during the game for a touchdown while team mate Mike Van Den Heuvel had three touchdown catches in the first half of the game. Van Den Heuvel achieved a milestone never before seen at the Turkey Bowl and is entitled the the MVP award for his team. The Blue Jell-O's had their own stars who shined as well like Jules Cornelius, team captain, also named "the Bus" by the announcing staff because of his unstoppable runs. Three or four lineman could be seen hanging off the back and sides of the Jules as he advanced the ball time after time for a first down. Also making a notable dent in the Red Gobblers defense was back Ben Hock who with great finesse and shear determination gained over 200 yards in the game earning him TB V MVP status by announcers Mike Pickett, and Whitey Cornelius. With nearly a full compliment of players on each team, this years full tackle football game on Poquette field proved once again to be an exciting exhibition from kickoff through the half time demonstration of "home made explosives", to the end two minutes where the Blue Jell-O's emerged victorious. Thank you's go out to all who helped make TB V a success. Dick Poquette, scaffold for speakers - Kevin Sobieck, providing set up of platforms, tents, and scoreboard, tools, ladders, and equipment - Trixie Sobieck, sign painting, modeling - Brittany Sobieck, manning the scoreboard and modeling - Dawn, scoreboard - Whitey Cornelius, announcing - Jo Anne Lade, announcing, singing national anthem - Kat Pickett, Jean Poquette Hansen, sing national anthem - Scott Treml, video - Mike Pickett, sound - Clara Snel, laptop for sound - Dan and Don VanLanen, halftime fireworks - Jeremy Bubannas, general labor - Earl and Sam Poquette, officials. Hopefully TB VI will be as successful as this one was.
A major faux pa occurred the day of the game by forgetting an important part in our campaign to acquire an electronic clock for our scoreboard. As you know we are attempting to raise money to pay for the adding of an electronic countdown clock to our scoreboard to make the game run smoothly and allow players to better judge the time remaining in a key part of the game. In a plan conceived earlier this year a calendar was to be produced by Tim Lade to sell for profit which would have a collage of photos for each month along with all the known birthdays. Because of my own inadequacies I did not get the photos needed to Tim Lade in a timely manor, therefore he worked feverishly to finish the master piece in time for TB V and placed it in Jo Anne's car. We were supposed to show the calendar to everyone and take orders, however everyone forgot about it and it probably still sits in Joan's car. I am making the pitch here and letting everyone know that this wonderful calendar will be available in time for Christmas Eve if you still would like to have one. Because the cost of producing the calendar is high we are asking for the money up front and you will receive the calendar in time for Christmas. To make the deal even more sweet we are throwing in a copy of the edited film of the Turkey Bowl on DVD. Scott Treml has agreed to produce a DVD video which we will duplicate and include with your calendar for $25. That's right you get the 12 month award winning Poquette Calendar and a copy of the Turkey Bowl V DVD all for just $25, but you must act now! You can order by contacting us here at the Kat and Mick Report 920-869-2368 or (click)firstname.lastname@example.org. We will have your order ready for Christmas Eve if you order now. That's all the news that is news, see ya.
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CHEERLEADER TRIXIE PREPARES TO GIVE MOUTH TO MOUTH TO INJURED PLAYER BEN HOCK, HOCK DECLINED THE OFFER
LANCE PICKETT HOLDS FIELD STENCEL ON EVE OF TB V
THE NIGHT BEFORE TB V AND THE FIELD IS ALMOST DONE
IN SPITE OF THE COLD FANS LINE THE SIDELINES OF POQUETTE FIELD