Saturday, July 14, 2007

ARF security conference

Greetings, my flock. I come to you from an undisclosed location in central Oklahoma, where I have convened an emergency summit to discuss the urgent security issues facing the ministry. I met last night with Rabbi Jake and my new cousin Bruce, who also made the trek from the Dallas area. The three of us began with a thorough security sweep. We marked off several hundred yards of curbside property, claiming it for the Armed Revolutionary Forces (ARF). With a secure cordon around our meeting place, we went to work under the abundant stars. The talks sometimes got testy. I won't lie, my flock, a few growls were exchanged. A security crisis within the ministry has a way of ratcheting up the tension. But ultimately, we knew we were working toward the same purpose.

You may think that Bruce, being less than 4 months old, is too young to sit in on such high-level talks. But he is rather advanced for his age, and he is eager to learn. Plus, he is tall enough to knock the food off the humans' table.

4 comments:

TransplantedOkie said...

Remember - Pansy Pug is right there in the heart of Sooner Nation (Norman) if you need her...

Ranger The Airedale said...

Only good things come out of Oklahoma .. as in fine Airedale puppies like myself (and maybe Carrie Underwood)! But I'm sure you goofy pugs, schnauzers and labs are doing all you can to ensure the ministry continues to live long and prosper.

Anonymous said...

Bruce's youthful outlook on life makes me feel happy and optimistic for the future of your mission. I long for that kind of energy, but will have to settle for wisdom, hopefully. Rabbi Jake

James Beauregard duPug said...

M'sister Rosebud says she'll follow Bro. Bruce anywhere...she's always been hopelessly attracted to Black Labs. Rosebud even joined Ducks Unlimited - she was the only pug there...which pleased her to no end.

J. B.