Monday, August 3, 2009

My Old Home Virginia

Irekq Master of the Deadly Art of Vinjitzu traveled to Virginia with his Consort and her brother Minister of Procreation this was not a pleasure trip, it was a crusade against one of PETA'S many base conspiracies. The begetter of Master Irekq's consort, advanced in years as they are should not be left alone so they had to be brought along. They are in no danger while under the umbrella of Irekq of Master of the Deadly Art of Vinjitzu.

The vocation of this excursion was to prevent that villain most vile Ingrid from setting up a human mill (See PUPPY MILL) for food. This may come as a SHOCK to most people but all of PETA's upper crust are not as you may think vegan. They are in fact cannibals. The whole reason for their blitzkrieg against meat eating people is not for the welfare of the animal kingdom, truth be told it make human flesh taste bitter and harder to chew.

Anyway back to the peregrination into the mountains of Virginia to forestall the creation of the human mill. Irekq Master of the Deadly Art of Vinjitzu alone would have no problem dismantling the project and have it done in expeditiously. Not wanting his consort and her brother the Minister of Procreation to feel unneeded he allows them to come along to keep an eye on their aged progenitors. Besides at their age they need to get out.

The PETA encampment was 10 miles of mountainous terrain from the cabin Master Irekq and his accumulation were staying. The ramble would only take Irekq Master of the Deadly Art of Vinjitzu 45 minutes, his 3 minute mile pace would be a little slower for two reasons the topography and he wanted to enjoy the scenery.

Upon his arrival of the bivouac belonging to PETA he quickly and savagely put down the cannibals guarding it. Blowing the place to hell with the proper mixture of house hold chemicals is the next course of action. Besides who does not like a camp fire? Timer set and 5 miles away up cliff side Irekq Master of the Deadly Art of Vinjitzu roasts a marshmallow as the mill is burned from the hill side. Maybe next time Ingrid

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