Good morning my sweet, sweet minions. Congratulations for making it through another week of work! To begin today, I’ll give you a short recap of my Thanksgiving festivities from Pittsburgh.
There was a lot of eating, driving, a lot of games, even more eating, and too many dogs. I know I randomly post about how cute puppies and other animals can be, but honestly, I prefer to look at them through a computer screen.
….NO! I don’t want you to sniff me, and NO! We can’t be friends! Sorry I’m not sorry.
Although I realized that dogs are not my preferred company, especially the one wearing the awful t-shirt, I did get to enjoy the outdoors and experience my first snow. Again, it was an adventure of sorts, but I’ll probably never want to experience it again.
I’m happy to be back in my ORA home that’s for sure.
Before I leave you, I’d like comment on a development that has brought my already-high star power into the stratosphere. Recently, the television show Family Guy aired an episode that featured something quite unique. By unique I mean awesome and by awesome I mean an evil tortoise named Sheldon. Naturally, given my eminence, I’m not surprised that my legend has carried over into the television world, though it was a long-time coming.
However, I must admit being a bit blindsided by the fact that no one from 20th Century Fox bothered to contact me in any way, shape or form to ensure that their depiction of me was at all accurate, let alone something I would authorize. The fact that I’ve since been inundated with requests for interviews and red carpet appearances helps a bit, but I still feel that I need to consider my legal options. Thankfully, the prison office in which I currently reside appears to dabble in these sorts of things, and there’s one guy in particular who prattles ON and ON about copyright this and trademark that and other things that make me yearn for the quiet environment of a pet store. But I’m sure one of his colleagues is just as knowledgeable but with a better personality, so I’m hopeful they’ll be able to help me figure out how to move forward. I’ve spent years toiling to reach where I am today, and I’m not about to let some two-bit cartoon writers mess up my ascent to total world domination.