Monday, August 4, 2014

Getting our acts together

This is not a great time to be a citizen of the world, is it? It seems like everywhere you look, something terrible is going on. That is an overwhelming prospect and even the greatest crime-fighting organization on the planet (us) can't solve all the problems at once. As a wise man once queried, "How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time." Of course, a better question might be, "Why in the world would you want to eat an elephant?" but that's beside the point. Which is, in order to keep things in perspective, as we do from time to time, we are employing Asian relaxation techniques. Specifically, we are once again practicing the art of Haiku.
The bottom 2/3 of a very good haiku
Participating in this exercise will (hopefully) allow us to find a sense of inner peace and balance necessary to go about our duties on a global scale (if this doesn't work, maybe we'll try meditation). Here goes nothing...

Oh, Henri Petit
I kick you through a window
Foul smoking infant

There are three of us
You outnumber us by ten
Yet, we still kick ass

Combing my chest hair
Relaxing out by the pool
Oh! Hello ladies!

Sleek, red, sexy, hot
I know you love it, but keep
Your hands off my car

I'm starting to feel better already! Let's see what the guys have to offer later this week!

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