FAYLOR, J. Gordon
Caspar, a non-gendered entity, only has five hours left before it is executed by its employer. Though it remains to be seen if this execution is biological and programmatic in nature, it’s clear that money needs to be made for the two partners Caspar leaves behind. Enter Registration Caspar, at once a log of Caspar’s life within the strangulated housing market of Ceaurgle—where it has taken on a second job as a farmhand in order to supplement another in the meteorological sequestration industry—and the hectic structuration of an income source. It’s already too late for the log, however, infiltrated as it has been by said employer, and so made inextricably more dizzying and deranged than the original. The money is gone.