So Of Course

When websites or hotline numbers are mentioned in works of fiction, I tend to call them, particularly after a few years ago when I called a 1-800 number offered up by a faux-Oceanic Airlines commercial during Lost and there WAS A RECORDING AND I FELT LIKE I WAS ACTUALLY PART OF THE MYSTERY, so yesterday I visited http://www.guiltyremnant.com and emailed join@guiltyremnant.com, and got this response:

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from: join@guiltyremnant.com

to: itinerantdaughterandson@gmail.com

dateTue, Mar 6, 2012 at 2:37 PM

subject[Auto-Reply] I am interested in joining

hide details Mar 6 (1 day ago)

Dear So and So,

Thank you for your interest in the Guilty Remnant. If you’d like to know more about our organization, you should read The Leftovers, by Tom Perrotta. For a closer look at our community, feel free to drop by our compound, located on Gingko Street in Mapleton. Guided tours and overnight visits are available by reservation. And don’t worry: There’s always room for one more.

Join the Guilty Remnant. Belong to the New World.

Sincerely,

G.R. Staff

I don’t want to say I BLAME Tom Perrotta for this, but I just wish the mystery were more comprehensive and nefarious.  Sigh.  At least I have a desk, and an office, and my health.  Boring.

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