“Hey Nick, take a look at this,” yelled Jason.
“What, the cave?,” responded Nick.
“No, what is in it,” answered Jason.
“What, all those sketches on the wall?,” questioned Nick.
“Ya like the one showing a historic war where the city is on fire, their house is burning and their friend is being burned alive.” suggested Jason.
“And those swords and shields” added Nick.
“They all look Egyptian.” stated Jason.
“Do you have your phone on you?” requested Jason.
“Ya, but I got no reception,” responded Nick.
“I’ll try outside,” recommended Jason.
“Yes I got 1 bar,” yelled Jason.
“Ok, so I just dial: 1-888-ran-dom-ond-ema-nda-rch-eolo-gist,” said Jason.
“Hi random on-demand archeologist service, how can we help you?” answered The Phone Operator.
“Hi, could I have an archeologist at a cave near 500 different parks in the town park?” answered Jason.
APPROX. 5 MINUTES LATER
“Jason, where is he, it’s been 5 minutes already,” questioned Nick.
“There he is!” responded Jason.
“Hi, are you My Archeologist Guy?” asked Jason.
“Yes,” responded The Archeologist Guy.
“There’s a cave over there filled with artefacts. Have fun with it,” said Jason.
“Oh là là,” answered The Archeologist Guy.
“Yes, oh, of course, yes, here we go, the total value of this collection is $999 999 999,” said The Archeologist Guy.
“Holy cow,” Jason and Nick both yelled in sync.
“That sure is a lot of money,” stated Jason.
“And it’s mine,” yelled Nick.
“No way, I found the cave,” responded Jason.
“Ya but I’m your friend and you give it all to me,” demanded Nick.
“No way, 50/50,” compromised Jason.
“Wait this is a park so its government property which means it’s all the government’s,” interrupted The Archeologist Guy.
“That means your bill is going to the government, Archeologist Guy,” stated Nick.
“Bye Archeologist Guy, remember to bill the government,” waved Jason.
“So that was fun. What you want to do now?,” asked Nick.
“We could play on the swings,” recommend Jason.
“Not when the slide is open,” answered Nick.