Natalie Egenolf is Headed to Micronesia
We don’t make the rules, but they must be enforced:
The Eagles did, indeed, come back and win on Sunday, so Natalie needs to follow through here. She needs to stay true to her word. She must walk roughly 2,700 miles to California, then get on a rowboat and paddle to Guam, which looks to be another 3,000 or so miles west of Los Angeles.
Guam, in case you’re wondering, is an island. A United States territory. It is in the middle of nowhere in the Pacific Ocean. Beautiful place, though. According to Wikipedia, “the United States occupied the island following Spain’s defeat in the 1898 Spanish–American War, as part of the Treaty of Paris of 1898. Guam was transferred to the United States Navy control on December 23, 1898, by Executive Order 108-A from 25th President William McKinley.”
We expect Natalie to complete this task.
— fletcher cox (@fcoxx_91) October 11, 2021