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Six pieces today. Always kind, always gentle.
ARTICLE ONE: I had neighbors over for crickets
I have four wolves. Bill is the leader of the pack. If I have to work something out, I go through Bill, and he deals with the other three dudes.
So last month, a few nosy neighbors stopped by. They’re semi-vegans who work from home for the Atlanta city government or the Georgia state government, I don’t know which. Bureaucrats picking up a paycheck for doing nothing.
They brought a mush of crickets, clumped them into burger patties, and cooked them on the grill on the back porch. Neither the wolves nor I were interested in trying them.
I drank coffee to stay awake, while the neighbors talked about the crime of eating meat, climate change, energy quotas, windmills, clear skies, and associated signs of the coming paradise.
Bill sat up and listened. He looked at me and shook his paw. That meant he was getting annoyed.
A few minutes later, without warning, the wolves attacked the bureaucrats and tore them to shreds on the porch.
Naturally, I was surprised.
I called my pal, Frank, the county sheriff. He drove over and surveyed the scene. I explained what happened.
“Where are the wolves?” he said.