By Willem deKluyver
RAP, RAP, RAP, Professor Butterfinger entered the cave where he was building his time travel watch. He was busy building a time travel watch so he could travel back in time.
“Please hand me the screw from the cabinet in the kitchen!” he asked his helper. The Professor was carefully pressing two wires together when ZAP he got an electrical shock. His hair got static, stuck up, and burned on the ends.
A wire started to jiggle and the whole time travel watch exploded KABOOM! This made the watch send him to France in 1999, which is not when the Statue of Liberty was being built. He looked down and saw that the time travel watch was on his wrist and not broken!
He begins to set the watch to the right year, but instead of sending him to France, it sent him to Italy. The Professor notices he is not in France. He has to reset the watch again. Finally, he lands in France in 1885.
He is so excited about seeing the Statue of Liberty being built. The builders take him up into the crown of the Statue. He sees the metal that was used to build the Statue.
“WOW! This Statue is amazing!” he said to one of the builders. He went back down to the base of the Statue. He saw what he set out to see and now it was time to go home.
“Well, I guess I should get back to Canada. I need to get ready for my next adventure.” He keys in the code on his watch to go back home and returns to his cave to prepare for his next adventure to Italy.