I watched "The Good Shepherd" this weekend with my parents and, in addition to the killing and conniving, I was quite impressed with the ritual of the skull and bones; and I realize that PIA cannot survive based on its reputation alone. From now on the Pug Intelligence Agency will be a secret society full of ritual and butt sniffing.
This is me- I am authorized to announce that I am the Head of the Recruitment Directorate. I cannot disclose my overall position in the Agency but, like another "W", my rapid promotion was based largely on my lineage- as opposed to being based upon any qualification or intelligence. It rocks to be born into privilege!!!
The selection process is quite grueling. This recruit, Codenamed "Gorby," was ultimately determined not to be up to snuff and was run off. [Parents' note: We just talked to Gorby's people yesterday and Gorby is doing great. He has a big backyard and a Boston Terrier brother that actually likes him.]
This is Gorby miserably failing the quite simple "follow me" command.
This is actually my tapping out to join PIA. I cannot disclose the identity of this pug because he still on deep cover, attempting to get close enough to smother either some Jack Russell Terrier puppies (the Pug's mortal enemy) or any cat (target of opportunity).
Here, me and another veteran PIA member carefully inspect a young pup. He was ultimately selected to continue PIA training; so it would be a gross security violation to tell you that his name was Otis, and his mission is to recover the destroyed toys that my parents have hid on top of their dresser.
One of the last tests for a PIA trainee is to hunt down and kill a dog that has been declared an "undesirable." This little guy actually suceeded, but then attempted to eat this dog's still beating heart. He was subsequently ordered to undergo a follow up psychiatric examination. Note that no PIA member is ever alone, we always back each other up.
I like to run my new ideas by my most trusted advisor. Like Alberto Gonzales, he always gives me the answers that I want to hear.