Chief Kaka

The Leader That Never Panics- SPSIU Chief Kaka

Reporter
Kyung Lah
March 28, 2011
About reporter
Slick and sly, Scott is the go-to man for information and gossip. It is wise to believe only half the things he says. The son of Swen and his ex-wife. Scott became part of the paparazzi team for Nestree News at the young age of 21. Scott’s inside sources are highly reliable.

Yoshay: Hello, everyone. I’m currently at the Southern Pacific Ocean witnessing the Marlin festivals. The SPSIU has sent out hundreds of boats for this event. Men and women armed with spears in hand occupy the front of the boats and hunt for the marlins. With this being one of the most important festivals of the SPSIU, even Chief Kaka has made an appearance. At this time, it is my honor to introduce the undisputed leader of the SPSIU, Chief Kaka. Hu-Ga!

 
Kaka: I’m pleasantly surprised that you can speak our language, Mr. Reporter. Hu-Ga!
 
Yoshay: It’s common knowledge that the SPSIU people have a tall and muscular built, Chief you seem to defy that common knowledge… But I guess it’s true what they say: good things come in small packages.
 
Kaka: You are absolutely right Mr. Reporter; good things do come in small packages. And I sure hope my best attribute is my leadership skills, and I will be able to lead the SPSIU people to a good life.
 
Yoshay- (wasn’t that funny? How come the Chief answered in such a serious tone?)
 
SPSIU people: “Look, Chief! There’s a big group of Marlins over there.”
 
Kaka: Turn the boat one hundred seventy two degrees and fire the spear.
 
(The group follow Kaka’s orders, and reel in a big group of Marlins)
 
Yoshay: Wow Chief, that was amazing. You could tell how much they needed to turn the boat and when to shoot the spear gun just by standing here. Any lesser of a man wouldn’t be able to do that.
 
Kaka: That’s because I participate in the marlins festival every year. Over the years, the experience really adds up. Of course we also have the spear guns specially designed and invented for us by Dr.Shun Lu and Mr.Johnson Gu. These spear guns are light and have tremendous range, making catching Marlins a piece of cake.
 
Yoshay: Personally I think the biggest advantage you have is your short chubby frame. It means you’re closest to the sea and can observe more clearly than anyone else, hahaha, I’m joking, aren’t I the funniest?
 
Kaka: Not at all. Height is not that important in catching Marlins. The most important part is still experience. Of course, without the spears from Dr.Lu and Mr.Johnson Gu, we wouldn’t be able to have such a big catch.
 
Yoshay: You’ve mentioned Dr.Shun Lu and Mr.Johnson Gu numerous times, I can tell you are really grateful for their invention.
 
Kaka: Yes indeed I am, if it wasn’t for…
 
Yoshay: Yes I’m sure everyone can tell you are grateful to the Pudoro Corporation. But aside form the spears, how come you don’t put in a request for some electric boats? It would be a lot more stable than the ships you guys have right now.
 
Kaka: I don’t think our ships are unstable at all. Unless it’s absolutely necessary, I don’t like relying on technology so much. Nature will find a way.
 
Yoshay: But with the boats being in the condition they are in, aren’t you worried about the heavy rainfall that comes every summer?
 
Kaka: We are used to the storms by now, that’s why we know when to avoid going out to the seas. Honestly, I’m not as concerned about the heavy rain as I am with potential tsunamis.
 
Yoshay: Have you found a solution?
 
Kaka: I’m really very grateful to Dr. Shun Lu and Mr.Johnson Gu, they are trying to come up with solutions against the storm as we speak, hopefully we will be able to find a solution before next summer.
 
Yoshay: Good luck.
 
Kaka: Thank you, but lets not talk about such serious matters anymore. Let’s go enjoy some fresh Marlins.
 
Yoshay: Speaking of which, do you know why they’re called Marlins? It’s because…
 
Kaka: Let’s just go have some food.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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