Friday, August 17, 2007

The gift unveiled


Yesterday, I told you in the most mysterious way possible of a major donation to the ministry. Today, I am here to reveal the details of what is, quite possibly, the most significant gift in the history of Pug Life Ministries.
Kevin McCormick, artist extraordinaire and a longtime friend of Pug Life, was deeply moved by the ministry's recent telethon. So great was his fervor that this master artisan saw fit to donate a priceless piece of propaganda poster art to the ministry. And rather than hang this masterpiece in one of the ministry's mosques or churches, where it could be enjoyed by the masses, we have decided to take the Capitalist Pug approach. (In truth, our present lack of any actual religious facilities may have played a role in this decision.)
So this limited edition, signed and numbered, hand-silkscreened, ayatollah-blessed print could be yours. For further details, I urge you to read my first-ever listing on eBay.
Let us all thank Kevin for his generosity, and then let us all dig deep into our wallets and engage in a frenzied bidding war against one another. Allahu akbar!

7 comments:

Nan and B.A.G.S. the pug -aka Aine said...

THis will look fabulous on the harem wall. I have bidded for the cause my husband! Aine

Brody the Bulldog said...

Such an awe inspiring PUGtriot masterpiece!

Sherrie said...

Gwaaa you only ship to the states :-( Please say it will make it to cafe press so I can at least order a notebook!! :-)

Anonymous said...

This is cause for celebration for any Pug-lover. May the money rain down on Pug Life.

Pugsley, Buster, Cricket & Daisy said...

Wonderful piece of propaganda. May the bidding war far exceed your expectations.

Pugsley, Buster, Cricket and Daisy Mae

Chelsea said...

I don't have any money to bid. I used all my poodle points on Mama's birthday gift.

xoxooxox
Chelsea

Eagle The Pug said...

Mugsy, this reminds me of the time my mother's husband thought he could sell a painting by Emilio Caballero that he picked up for $20.00 at a pawn shop and turn it around for $1500.00. Needless to say, there were no bidders. Of course he claims that the timing wasn't right. We'll see when he tries to sell it once again come Autumn.

Regardless, it's exciting to see that you have substantial bids so far, and of course the artwork itself is quite breathtaking. Good luck with your endeavour and we hope you raise a lot of money for rawhide, I mean, the ministry.