Dear Mr. Hance:
   We are aware that young people are easily bruised.  Word has reached The
Orphanage from several sources that you feel under-valued or un-appreciated.

Remember: I had posted something to the effect of "someone doesn't appreciate the fact that we sleep less than they do". They took it more seriously than I meant... Their messages were getting bitchy, though... Several sources could refer to the fact that, as a test, I put a little message in my source code, too.
Such is not the case.  The Orphanage, unfortunately, is not at liberty to
communicate with you directly for another week or so (a period of time that
would seem to you like a week.) No native speaker of colloquial English can
undertake the editing until then.

Yikes: are we talking direct communication or an AD being placed in the newspaper? You can see that some of the announcements come in March. Period of time? Does he mean that because I work so much, it will be sooner, or longer?
   More specifically, a large shipment must reach the immediate vicinity of The
Embarcadero no later than 1659 Hours, 3/2/99.  The field operations entailed in
that delivery are extensive and every section west of Coimbra is directly
involved.  Once delivery has been confirmed what you would consider HQ will be
at liberty to send you a friendly message.
I'm totally fucking lost on this one. Best I can muster is
A shipment must be near San Francisco no later than 3:59, 3/2/99. We have a bunch of shit to deal with and everybody west of Portugal (i.e. everyone in the US) is involved. Once we're done, we'll get ahold of you.

   Authorization has been received to inform you, during the interim, that your
interest in Games is not entirely mistakne when dealing with the Announcements.
 This Game, however, is more akin to the classical Agonists.  No offense, but
if you are not familiar with the term "agonist" look it up. Etymology, history
in the English language, etc.  The connections are semantically  extensive and
the "people" connected with the Game (the Announcements) would  have an
ontological affinity with those whom the term first described.
Main Entry: ag·o·nist
Pronunciation: 'a-g&-nist
Function: noun
Etymology: Late Latin agonista competitor, from Greek agOnistEs, from agOnizesthai to contend, from agOn
Date: circa 1623
1 : one that is engaged in a struggle
2 [from antagonist] a : a muscle that is controlled by the action of an antagonist with which it is paired b : a chemical substance
capable of combining with a receptor on a cell and initiating a reaction or activity

Again, it is emphasized that those connected with the Announcements, wish you
well and and are monitoring your progress with intense and friendly interest.

Well.. we're monitoring you, too...