Since the universe picked apart The Dargsterís story of the Vivian Girls like a bunch of hungry animals, Iím going to try to pull back together every scrap of the 15,000 or so page manuscript right here at the Daily Doofus, and if Iím lucky, by God Iíll put them in order. If the hypothetical 'you' - being the person with great curly horns I've imagined who looks through my website - happens to have more excerpts from the story, or if you happen to be Mr. Darger himself accessing the internet from Angelinnia, I PLEAD that you share them with me so I can reach my goal of 1% of the manuscript: A HUNDARD FIFTIE PAGES. Hereís the first excerpts I found, concerning weather and storms in the story:
"There were never cold winters nor terrific windstorms nor anything to make people afraid."---
"Robert Vivian going near the beach of the southern sea shore, noticed a sudden change in atmosphere, and that the---
wind had changed to four directions in four minutes, then back to the south."
"Eddies of power and not wind, it seemed, grasped thousands of buildings and sent them careening into scattered---
piles of kindling."
"I was literally blown out of my house and forced to turn some complete cartwheels, landed in a chicken house in a
yard opposite my own home, which was torn to pieces, and its walls scattered about."