When artists get hungry, they get bloodthirsty. Please, feed the starving artist.
Today, a new creature was discovered wandering along the sand wastes, dear listeners.
Carlos, the beautiful and perfect scientist, has named it a Kappadile, after the Kappa from traditional oriental tales of old. Of course, this creature has a longer appearance, as looks remarkably like a crocodile.
He says that in order to prevent one from dragging you into the eternal howling void to consume your flesh and entrails, you must make it bow and spill the water from it's basin-like head.
Well, dear listeners, I'm not sure I approve of wasting water like that when we are, after all, a thirsty desert community, but if Carlos says so, then I suppose I will listen. Still, I can't help but wonder how a crocodile-esque creature so close to the ground and supported by seventeen legs is apt to tip over.
Oh look, there's one of those creatures now outside the station window. I'm sending intern Brian to investigate. I sure am glad we have interns for this kind of thing, listeners! Better to avoid the dilemma between my life and my civic duty to the City Council water supply altogether. More information on Brian's interactions with the treacherous, violent beast that's currently attempting to swallow his leg as it develops.