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Monday, September 23, 2013

In Defense of FooX2



In an earlier post entitled, In Support of Foo link, I advocated changing the word ‘off’ to foo. Typically, the etymological community ignored it. Maybe titling this blog Just Plain Stupid was a poor choice in that regard.

While I stand by my foo/off argument, that has nothing to do with today’s post. This is not about foo, but Foo, as in Little Bunny Foo (X2).

It’s a case of improper judicial finding without benefit of appeal. For those unfamiliar with the case, here is an excerpt from the record:


Little Bunny Foo Foo, hoping through the forest

Scooping up the field mice, and bopping them on the head.


This, in short, is the accusation against FooX2 – that he was recidivist field mice bopper. According to the fairy mandatory sentencing law of 18298 CFE (common fairy era,) repeated and unrepentant mouse bopping must be punished by eternal goonhood.

How barbaric.

What is this, the middle ages? The same law punishes badger painting and skunk hypnosis with 7 to 15 years fairy labor (either flower brightening, or tooth sorting.) Do I need to tell you how dangerous a lavender badger is? – not to mention a skunk under the influence of post-hypnotic suggestion.

I’m not defending field mice bopping. I know that bopped, swirlied, nuggied, and wet-willied rodents suffer PTS (post Tra-rattic Stress) disorder, but with counseling, and dairy products, these vermin can live out their normal disgusting lives.

Unlike lavender badgers.

There are some extenuating circumstances clearly spelled out in the transcript that neither the fairy mandatory sentencing law, nor the fairy standing in judgement recognized in this case.

  1. While rabbits are generally much larger than mice, we need to point out that FooX2 was called LITTLE, and the mice victimized were field mice (among the largest of their species.)

  2. The acts in question did not take place in a field, but a forest. Might FooX2 feel threatened but an incursion of strange rodents coming into his territory?

  3. FooX2 was a bunny, not a rabbit – in other words, a juvenile. The FMSL gives no guidelines for juvenile leniency.
     

Clearly, the problem here is not FooX2, an intimidated youthful offender, but a system of justice run not through a representative and therefore responsible government, but by a cadre of organized fairies under the arbitrary leadership of cruel and capricious godmothers.

How ironic that a smalltime prankster like FooX2 is sentenced to eternal goonhood, by a tyrannical wielder of supreme judicial power who is little better than winged and wanded Al Capone.

Who is the true goon in this case?

The following video was clearly put together by the prosecution in order to put FooX2 in a bad light