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Saturday, September 24, 2011

HFL Week 4

Haroo everywoo! I am overjoyed that my darling niece, Khady, is doing so much better! Keep up the good woo, KhL! I am also thrilled to report that this week in the Husky Football Leagues season is much more victorious than last week! The Bloomsburg Turbo-Colored Huskies remain undefeated after doing away with some marauders. I'm not really sure what a marauder is. I think that Bea Arthur had a TV series in the 1970's called Marauder or something. I don't know for sure as I wasn't born until a long, long time later.

So, Michigan Tech, Washington, Northern Illinois, & Connecticut all defeated their opponents, which were respectively some greyhounds, golden bears, mustangs, & bulls.

Sadly, the U of Saskatchewan lost their second in a row; this one to some dinosaurs. Go back to being extinct stupid dinos! You'd think Jake would have been able to gnaw on their bones.

To answer Huffle Mawson's question, there are many North American schools that have panthers as mascots. In fact, it's the 3rd most common mascot. In conclusion, here's an old picture of me so that you don't feel neglected:

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Husky Football League 2011: Week 3

So I decided that what the world needs now is not "love sweet love." Instead what is needed is me to report on the weekly results of the Husky Football League. I did not cover the league last year and it has caused the world to be on the verge of economic collapse. I'm doing my part to right this wrong.

There's some really good news this season! The Northeastern University football team will not be losing any games this season! Now, back in 2009 there final record was 3 wins and 8 losses. Apparently these wise Huskies decided to stop losing games in 2010 and will continue to not lose games this season. In non-related news, they are no longer fielding a football team.

In other good news, the Bloomsburg Turbo-Colored Huskies are leading the league! This week they beat a bunch of Crimson Hawks. I bet those hawks were even more crimson after the Turbo-Colored Huskies got done with them, too.

But, sadly, that is where the good news ends this week. Michigan Tech lost to some warriors, Saskatchewan trampled by some bisons (and one of my Human's old schools at that!), Washington shucked by some ears of corn, Northern Illinois were badgered by badgers, and Connecticut were blown away by some twirly winds.

In closing, here's a picture of the gigantic husky of the University of Saskatchewan:

Don't be scared, though. Jake is inflatable:

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

The Answer

Queen Meeshka had her human woman draw the obvious answer to what happened to the message that Princess, the alledged Mark Trail "husky" was given:

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Don't Know If This Is A Husky

I don't know if the "dog" in this Mark Trail cartoon is supposed to be a husky. I suspect so because the man is dressed like a Mounty, so the most stereotypical dog he could have would be a husky. (Mounties, of course, always dress like this.)

Let's assume this is a husky. Then my question for you is what do you think the husky will do with the message her human gave her?

Friday, September 02, 2011

International Bacon Day!

woo! I just found out that today is International Bacon Day in the United States. Therefore, I proclaim bacon and cheese for all!