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Neopia's Fill in the Blank News Source | 22nd day of Swimming, Yr 26
The Neopian Times Week 20 > Articles > An Interview With Al the Chia

An Interview With Al the Chia

by merlin775

Well, you all know him, heís the little blue guy who has been stirring the waters of the Lupe vs. Chia debate from the very beginning and continues to entertain us every week. Here we are in the quiet confines of his NeoHome with his trusty tape recorder whirring in the distance. This is Wild776, Lupe reporter, with Al_The_Chia.

Wild: "Hello Al, may I call you Al?"

Al: "ErrÖ Yes."

Wild: "So, I understand your fascination with Lupes has gotten you into quite a bit of trouble. In fact, isnít that your trusty tape recorder I hear in your pocket?"

Al: "Uh, yes it is. I always carry my tape recorder and note pad with me to aid me in my research."

Wild: "Yes yes, of course. If I may ask, where do you live and do most of your Lupe watching?"

Al: "Furgleton. But I do most of my Lupe research in Neopia central."

Wild: "Your owner, Mr. Chia is here also. Mr. Chia, what inspired you to publish Alís adventures?"

Mr. Chia: "It just seemed like fun at the time. And it still is!"

Wild: "For a while there was a series on Griffin the Chia loving Lupe. Did you read these stories? If you did what did you think of them?"

Mr. Chia: "I loved that! Griffin and me are great friends! His stories are still running!"

Wild: "Right, my mistake. So, what is your opinion on the Lupe vs. Chia debate? Do you support Chias, Lupes or think they should learn to get along?"

Mr. Chia: "I frankly donít care if Lupes get along with Chias, as long as their owners donít mail me saying how much they hate me. Not to name any names."

Wild: "Would you ever own a Lupe or disown one of your Chias?

Mr. Chia: "I would never ever disown Phil or Al (my Chias.) And as for a Lupe, if I really wanted one, I would probably change Teck, one of my other pets, into one."

Wild: "So, you have another Chia? What made you choose to write about Al over that one?"

Mr. Chia: "Something about a tomato Chia in glasses didnít work for me."

Wild: "At first, did you know you would write this many additions of the ĎAl Sagaí?"

Mr. Chia: "Nope. After the first one people Neomailed me wondering if I could do a sequel. They loved my sequel too, so I decided to do a series!"

Wild: "Did you have any stories or articles in The Neopian Times prior to these?"

Mr. Chia: "As a matter of fact, yes. I wrote A Letter to Lupes, I think it was one of the first Lupe vs. Chia articles ever. And even going back further, in an ancient account far, far away, I wrote Frankentecho. It's not a literary masterpiece in my opinion... That account was hacked into, and I haven't been able to access it since."

Wild: "Oh, Iím sorry."

Mr. Chia: "Itís okay, really."

Wild: "Do you ever see an end to the Al series?"

Mr. Chia: "I donít know, I canít really see an end. Unless Al was eaten by a Lupe or something."

Wild: "Well, letís hope that doesnít happen. But just in case, I have brought gifts for you both. For Al, five ĎWatch Lupes Without Risk of Bodily Harmí passes. And for Mr. Chia, two free pizza tickets to Shortyís Pizza Parlour."

Well, there you have it folks. You wanted it and Wild, Lupe reporter, got it for you. Iíll see you next time on Lupe Reports. Next Time, Neopian Conspiracy Theories, are they all conspiracy?

This interview was done with the full permission of both Al and Mr. Chia.


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