George W. Bush, the former CEO of the now bankrupt Burro
Corporation, today defended his decision to firebomb the Scamp
factory in Backus, Minnesota, by claiming that "those Norwegian tyrants ruling that infamous factory" had squirreled away "weapons of mold destruction." He elaborated by saying that the hidden Burro
molds were under imminent threat from those "blond, blue-eyed goons" whose spies had uncovered where the molds were hidden. If the had been successful in destroying them the threat of further "rivet proliferation" would have loomed over the Camping World and no campground would be safe.
CEO Bush emphasized that preemptive strikes are proper and sanctioned by the RV Association. He warned that Casita
is also developing the use of larger rivets (and more of them). On the other hand it is not clear how far the rulers of Trillium
have come in their rivet development. Bush has dispatched his secretary, C. Rice, to talk to Reace, but it is unclear at this time whether Reace will even talk with Rice or if Rice can even rout Reace from his rigorous routine of reintroducing the reconfigured Escape