Wednesday, January 09, 2008

public service announcement....


This is a public service announcement of disciples' refuge blog:


Please be warned, these cute, cuddly dogs that we have living among us have one goal in mind: the complete annihilation of the human race, even if they can only do it one person at a time. Never before have we faced such an enemy. The threats of international terrorism are nothing compared to this. They do not seek our conversion at the point of a sword, they desire our deaths!
This, in my humble opinion, should probably be the main issue of the Presidential primaries and subsequent election. What will Obama or Romney do to keep the American people safe from this formidable, deeply entrenched threat? (At least it wouldn't be as much bull as all the candidates are spouting right now!)
disciples' refuge investigators have recently discovered and taken photographs of the Lord High Canis, the rule of the Dog nation.

Although it may look like Lord High Canis is chewing on his foot, he is in fact pulling out a dagger that he was planning to use to kill our investigators. Thankfully, our man (or woman) was able to make a quick strategic withdrawal.

Clearly, folks, we need to up our preparedness regarding this imminent threat. Otherwise, the entire human race will be destroyed. There is no if's, and's or but's about it. If you think this is a joke, let me ask you one question: Where do you think the Pound Puppies got their name? It wasn't because they lived at "the pound". They were a super-elite canine fighting force that could kill a human with one hit or one "pound" of their paw. They were not cute...they were vicious...they are vicious!

- mike

I promise some serious, thoughtful posts after this one. Seriously.

4 comments:

heather a. goodman said...

Where on earth did you get such a dreadful picture?

www.heatheragoodman.com

Bolo said...

Kind of reminds me of several of my relatives.

mike said...

I google imaged "ugly dog" and the pic of sam came up. He won the ugliest dog competition for several years in a row (he has since died). Apparently, though, he was an extremely affectionate dog.

Mark Goodyear said...

I'm a little late to this post, and I am so glad to see that is not your dog.