TORONTO, APR 20. Master Roshambollah of Washington, DC, a longtime promotor of RPS orthodoxy, became an At-Large Member of the Retired Veterans Committee, the first of the new millenium. In his acceptance speech, Roshambollah referred to himself as a "humble toiler in the fields of RPS, and moral, too."
Early Wednesday morning, the ceremonial burning of the ballots on the roof of the Trinity Building was observed. Within minutes, Roshambollah made an appearance on the roof of the Trinity Building before a crowd of about a dozen and made a ceremonial throw of paper to signify the tone of his tenure. The remaining members of the RVC remained inside the Trinity Building, hastily scooping up remnants of the catered continental breakfast.
"My fellow Society members," Roshambollah addressed the crowd, "I have been selected to join the most august and revered body of the Retired Veterans Committee, as an At Large Member."
Roshambollah continued, "I regret the passing of the great Simon Watson, Sr., and will do my best to preserve his legacy. Work with what you've got. Think Three. Peace out."
Roshambollah is the International Head of the Outreach Ministry, and an Ambassador of the World RPS Society. He is 34.
In Roshambollah's hometown of Washington DC, a room full of Jr. RPSters jumped up and down, cheered and clapped as the news was announced.
"It's fantastic that it's Master Roshambollah. I met him once before and I found him really nice,'' said "Kid123", 17, who is a Junior Director of the Greater DC Jr. RPSters.
It is assumed that on Thursday night the traditional harrowing induction ceremony will take place in the Trinity Building. On Friday night there will be a reception in Washington, DC, open to any WRPSS member.