Patriots, there are those who say that the decline of civilization can be measured by the amount of crap you find on the internet. Similarly, the spread of squirrel world domination can be observed in the proliferation of skwerlien propaganda across the web.
Case in point: the inscrutable popularity of a video clip dubbed "Drama Prairie Dog" or "Drama Chipmunk".
For those who don't know, Drama Prairie Dog (DPD) appears on popular video dumps such as YouTube. It started as a 5 second clip of an englutted p-dawg turning to look over its shoulder. Someone added a dramatic musical flare, and for some reason the video became a hit. It now appears in a myriad of forms. Here's a sampling:
DRAMA PRAIRIE DOG CLIPS - CLICK TO PLAY - IN WINDOWS MEDIA
Patriots, it's clear that these clips are designed to promote skwerlhuggery by portraying otherwise vicious p-dawgs in amusing ways. This deception leads the viewer to conclude that these slavering dirt nutzys are cute.
How can we be sure that our analysis is correct? By viewing the original video from which the clip was taken.
As it turns out, DPD was introduced on a Japanese TV show. A screenshot from DPD's debut is below; clicking on it takes you to the clip itself.
In it, young Japanese women squeal in mock terror as the program host shoves DPD towards them. Their fear subsides as they learn that the p-dawg isn't a dog at all; it's a squirrel. With this revelation, the women declare that DPD is "so cute"...
A CLIP FROM THE ORIGINAL PROGRAM - CLICK SCREENSHOT TO PLAY - IN WINDOWS MEDIA
There you have it. Another Profile in Terror and further proof that the minions of skwerlhuggery will stop at nothing to spread the false promises of squirrel world domination.
Will DPD succeed in turning millions to the skwerl side? Or will DPD simply have his 15 minutes of fame and fade from view? More importantly, is it too late to stop this nefarious plot to poison our minds and destroy civilization?
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