Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Deadly Moose Attack May Have Involved Muffin.....

Cloquet, MN-During an emergency press conference held today at Gordy's Hi Hat Drive-Inn, Moose Lake State Park manager Don Del Greco revealed that yesterday's moose related death of 37-year-old Cloquet native Darrell Darrellson involved a muffin.

"We have some pretty solid evidence and the pieces are beginning to fit together," Del Greco explained. "It appears that the moose, after being given a muffin, wanted some jam to go with it. Darrellson didn't have any jam and the enraged moose trampled him in a bloody reprisal."

The small Minnesota town of Cloquet, located on the St. Louis river and home of the only gas station designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, is no stranger to tragedy. Still reeling from the death of 10-year-old Timmy Martin last Spring, who despite warnings of the danger involved had given a pig a pancake but refused to part with his favorite maple syrup, the community is considering making the feeding of wild animals illegal.


The Preemie Experiment said...

Well hopefully the residents learned a lesson and they don't attempt to give a mouse a cookie!

The Laundress said...

Wholeheartedly seconding the opinion voiced by P.E. -- no good can come of giving mice cookies.

Feeding of wild animals is irrefutably harmful, it upsets the natural balance.

Plus, it makes for a whole lot more housework.

Laura Innumerbleoff should be restrained from writing more books, good lord but she has made her millions. Elsewise, she oughtta come up with a new concept.

Sam I Am