"Luckily, the farmer was vacationing in Miami to boycott the
Super Bowl, making a stance not popular with most of beer
drinking America, his position being the Super Bowl should be
cancelled until the illegal invasion of Iraq was suspended.
While the farmer was picketing Slats was now holed up in the
storm cellar while agents were declaring the farm an enemy
combatant zone and micro shipping all the farmers cows. From the
hidden storm cellar, Slats could hear the helicopters, tank
vehicles and Gestapo storm troopers ransacking and illegally
invading the farmer's property.
"I wonder if they'll blow up the Coliseum?" thought Slats while
he waited out the pillaging of the farm.
With one candle burning and a pen and paper in hand, Slats
decided to write his first important message to the patriots, a
message he planned to send to the editors of the major
newspapers across the country.
Before he began, Slats vowed to finish the Coliseum project
which was about half complete even if the agents decided to blow
it up. "