August 15, 2008


The e-mails went out and tomorrow is D-Day. Here are the details:

Greetings fellow Americans,

The king has refused our demands and thus, you have been drafted along with 450 other soldiers into the Boston Minutemen, fighting alongside your countrymen! We shall put those Tories in their place.

Specific Army Meetup:

1:30PM Sharp

Uniform Color:
Blue shirt of any sort

Necessary Supplies:
Water Gun (empty upon arrival)
At least 2 two-liter water bottles full of water
One bottle of bubbles

Weather Intelligence:
War is hell! There might be a bit of rain tomorrow, but this battle is taking place regardless! You can bet our countrymen never gave up due to a little bit of precipitation. All our past events have had record number of participants, and two of them happened during blizzards. We are Bostonians, we never negotiate with bad weather.

Expect an all-out battle, we shall see you on the field. If this be treason, make the most of it!

With sincerest regards,
General Washington
Company Officer Commander
Boston Minutemen


Ehsan said...

I am so freakin jealous!!!

In other words Boston rocks.

Anonymous said...


Heh, never heard of the "Banditos Misteriosos". Sounds like fun =D.

Ehsan said...

This is totally not related but it is really urgent. Anyways here goes.

Make sure you go and reserve your licence plate to ***SNIVELY***

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