Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Puppy Mafia: Super Sleuths Now on the Case.

 Warning:  Extremely random and nonmedically related post ahead. Please check back tomorrow for your regularly scheduled programming. 

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 I just KNOW that you all have been waiting and waiting to hear the latest update on The Puppy Mafia!  Bwaaah-haah-haaaaaah! Well, wait no more!

We have officially called in the professionals.

Yesterday Isaiah decided that he would take a snaggle-toothed bite out of crime--and take the matter of the missing Puppy into his own hands.  As I sat on the couch reading a magazine yesterday. . . . this is what went down:

In comes Isaiah (wearing my Target mini-trenchcoat and a hat from who knows where) -- who very randomly and promptly announces to me that he is, in fact, NOT  Isaiah but is instead "Detective Isaiah."

Dunn-dunn-dunn-duuuuuuuuunnn!!!!

That's "Detective Isaiah" to you.


Ummm, yeah.  Okay, so check it out. . . ."Detective Isaiah" was accompanied by his assistant, "Robert the Robot." 

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 Is it me or does Robert the Robot bear a striking resemblance for Buzz Lightyear?

(I'm just sayin'.)

Their goal?  Well, in addition to fighting "wobbers" and "crime," this dynamic duo is determined to find the whereabouts of Puppy the Mafia Don of the Puppy Mafia.

Oh yeah--and as for whether or not it was a set up by Pup Pup? The head detective and his robotic sidekick don't believe that his disappearance involves foul play, as they stated in our interview yesterday.

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Detective Isaiah wants to thank all of the readers of this blog who continue to keep hope alive for Puppy's safe return. He also wants you to know that both he and Robert the Robot are ON THE CASE.

We'll keep you posted.


See? These are the deep sorts of things that I get into when I get home from stamping out disease at Grady Hospital.  (Told you I didn't make these things up.)

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Happy Hump Day.

5 comments:

  1. Awesome! I hope the case is solved, the missing returned, and any guilty parties "whacked.". ;).

    P.S. Love the "stamping out disease" statement. I'm imagining you literally stamping about the hospital in your very own gradydoc dance!

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  2. I love the missing teeth on Detective Isaiah.

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  3. Too cute for words! :)

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  4. This is so fun! I remember doing stuff like this as a kid, we just didn't have YouTube to share it with the world.

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