Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Well, to make a long story short the city inspectors quickly disappeared after their arrival Tuesday. We were concerned. The border collie thought donuts were involved. But it turns out the natives weren't in a mood for red tape and opted for, well, duct tape.

We found one inspector affixed to the side of the neighbor's house and another mounted on a garage wall.

We cut them down -- that was no easy task, and the inspectors weren't in a mood to do any enforcing. So the border collie spread the word:

Free peanut buster parfaits down at the Creamy Cone! The natives brought their cousins and lined up. Now there's the not-so-small issue of how to pay for the tab. The natives have a lot of cousins.

1 comment:

  1. Good work Riley T. How did the border collie manage to rip down those warning signs about eating contaminated Georgia peanuts before the natives and all their cousins lined up at the Creamy Cone? As for the tab, maybe the inspectors would authorize some economic stimulus funds to pay it--from the safety of their offices.