Waging War, by Bobby Warner

We had no choice but to declare war. They were ruining our economy; people were starving; farmers out of work.

Michael Corwin led us into battle; a true general.

The battle waged on and on for days; men stumbled and fell, had to be carried off the field. The situation looked hopeless.

Then the tide turned and, as we called in our last reserves, they broke and ran. Men shouted and cheered and hugged one another, triumphant in victory.

Corwin summed it up nicely: “I’m proud of you boys. You defeated the bloodiest bunch of bunny rabbits we’ve ever faced!”

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