The dogs have sued for peace, and as this allows us to concentrate our efforts on the war with Greater Mausistan, we magnanimously agreed. We have even allowed them to claim their "superior" technology as a factor. Why quibble when we know we are worshiped as gods?
The cessation of hostilities has allowed us to focus our attentions on more deserving enemies:
Needless to say, we were not fooled by such pathetic tactics. Our war with Greater Mausistan ended abruptly. Our soldiers are home just in time for the holidays, and peace reigns.
Some of our troops are finding it hard to adjust.
And the dogs are finding that holiday cheer can be humiliating.
While we are discovering that holiday cheer can be hazardous.
If we survive this truce, it will be nothing short of miraculous.
25 December, 2008
A Fragile Peace
Posted by Dana Hunter at 2:27 AM
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