Thursday, October 2, 2008

A New Sheriff!


(Sheriff Lukas - 2008)

Yep folks, there's a new sheriff in town! This new sheriff promises that he will make a strong effort to clean things up around here! He also indicates that given the proper time, he will certainly flush away the dirty elements that have been menacing this humble abode.

The residents around here, though skeptical that anything can be done right away, do welcome the idea that this sheriff will eventually restore order, serenity, and cleanliness to this small community.

(Sheriff James - 1968)

The old sheriff did a pretty decent job for many years. He was a beloved figure, especially with the attractive females around town. However, with the community growing in population, leading to an increasingly cluttered and failing infrastructure as well as increased rowdiness over the past several months, he has grown tired. The result being that too many punishable offenses have been allowed to slide by without proper retribution.
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Lawlessness is on the increase, with the younger members of the community committing numerous previously unknown acts in these parts, such vandalizing public property and abusing local house pets. A change was necessary!
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And now, with the news spreading quickly, the rogue elements are in disarray and are running scared. It's once again safe to visit our town!

6 comments:

Rob said...

Great shots, James! That Sheriff from '68 looks like he was quite the enforcer in his day.

Time for me to start getting some of those early photos of me online!

Xbox4NappyRash said...

similar much?

You can't deny him anyway!

James Austin said...

@Rob - Yes, quite the enforcer while the population was low, but now he will allow the young kids in town to get away with anything just for looking at him with a smile.

@Xbox - We like to say that he has my face from the nose up and Mrs. LIAYF's from the mouth down. A nice mix of both of us really.

Whit said...

Great shots! Where are the chaps?

Ed (zoesdad) said...

That's cool! Nice shots.

James Austin said...

Thanks Ed!