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Q/A #1
Posted: Thursday, August 17th, 2017

Syd, 
So glad that you were brave enough to bring this essential point up. I have been studying the behavioral habits of the common housefly for years and have come to the conclusion that yes, they’ve got it out for us. But the transition of one fly soul to another is where it gets quite tricky. I have learned that if you simply swat a fly, another fly will appear somewhere in your house, piloted by the same fly soul. It may sound brutal, but to efficiently break the cycle and get rid of the initial fly soul, you must drown every fly you find… in your toilet. 

Although the topic of proper fly extermination is of dire importance, I’d like to bring your attention to a similar, yet more menacing phenomenon: 

Robin Drones. 

All across America today, a widespread domestic espionage plot is in full swing. Back in 1995, the government released thousands of surveillance drones, disguised as the common Robin. 

Think about it. 

When was the last time you watched a Robin hopping about in the grass? Did it look fake to you? Almost… painted? Well, the sad truth is that this beloved species of birds, the REAL Robins, went extinct an entire decade ago. 

How do we bring this to the attention of the public? How can we combat this sinister plot? 

If only I knew… 

Your Master of the Universe, 
Cyrus Youngman