Addressing the Bunny in the Room

Good Morning Troops!

First, some housekeeping announcements.  I’m proud to say that Scottie HQ has promoted me to a commissioned officer, jumping me up from the rank of Private First Class.  I have been informed today that I am now a 2nd Lieutenant in this Scotties’ Army.

Apparently, the boys in command were impressed with my work in protecting Angus Manor (Open Under New Management) back during the Great Graffiti Caper of 2014.  Also, they like my work in the sciences, observational skills, and research.  Weren’t impressed with me flunking out of obedience skool, though, but in their words, “due to the recent attrition in the senior Scottie ranks, we have slim pickings, so we might as well offer this to you.”

Ok.  My first order of bidness is to address up front the elephant in the room.  But in this case, it ain’t an elephant, but a 6 foot tall Bunny.  Specifically, a serial break in artist that has been tentative identified as a Mr. E Bunny.   Intel suggests he may be operational this Sunday, so it’s our job to capture him, to kill him, and then eat his eggs.  Do I get a Hooyah???

Ok…listen up.  We are dividing into two groups.  First, those of you who have successfully passed the Scottie Undercover and Infilitration Course (Available online from Angus Fala Worldwide Enterprises, by the way.  Only $1495 in a self paced class), don your undercover disguise (see me in disguise below for wardrobe tips), and present yourself to the nearest bunny hole.  Try to blend in, until E. Bunny puts you in his confidience, then strike when he breaks into his first house.  Try not to bite the bunny, or bark at the bunny, until he commits his first unlawful entry.

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Bunny Disguise

Now, for you slacker Scotties who didn’t pass the course, we have an important mission for you as well.  In case the undercover Scotties aren’t successful, you need to be back up and strike the bunny when he breaks into your individual abode.  So stay hidden in your barracks Saturday night-Sunday morning, making sure you wear protection, i.e. your standard issue Polymer Based Attack Repellent Cranium Covers (PBARCC).  Either the camouflage version, or standard issue Scottie Green or Black will do.  As you see below, I’m wearing the camouflage version.

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Me in my PBARCC

Well, that is it.  Let’s end this lecture now, as I know we Scotties all have short attention spans.  Happy Hunting, and HOOYAH!

2nd Lt. Ainsley McKenna

14 thoughts on “Addressing the Bunny in the Room”

  1. Hi Ainsley or 2nd loo for short.. ( are we allowed to shorten your rank?) ……de count asks why can’t he just pick em off as they lurk in the shadows waiting for the morning, in other words as per his usual mode of operandi ?? 😃😊

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  2. Congratulations 2nd Lt. Sorry my 2 won’t be joining the coo. I won’t let them kill rabbits. When you plan one for squirrels mine will be 1st in line

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  3. Congrats Ainsley on the way passed due promotion of Second Looey…we are sure you will advance way pass the grade to full Four Star General in no time. Well we will be out looking for those bunnies…Hooyah! mean while we are on squirrel patrol.

    The Mad Scots

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  4. Hooyah and congrats on your promotion. We want to know if we can do internet transfer payments in installments? Don’t trust the post and sending cheques. Tell me? If we kill all the bunnies this year where are we gonna get eggs for next Easter?

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    1. Dougall, We wondered if this was you and reading your 4-6 blog see that it is. You gave it a good try and thats all that matters. Sorry the peeps were worried but thats the way peep or hoomans are.

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