Einstein had a formula, Team Joe Camel has a formula...:

I noticed Team Ro/Davis has a Mission Statement for the upcoming Davis challenge. I believe it was "Lead the Way!", which is clever, because neither Davis nor Ro were Army Rangers, though I think Davis used to towel off their weight lifting equipment for them. Plus it has an exclamation point!! (Nice eh? I'm learning from you Davis!).
This has led me to believe team Joe Camel also needs a mission statement. I considered several. Early favorites included "Hey little kids, smoking is cool!", "The only Team that Matters!", personal favorite "You've come a long way baby!", and of course "What we're dealing with here is a complete lack of respect for the law!"
However, given the increasing militarization and jingoism present in modern American culture, following the lead of Davis / Ro, and as Schwarz has recently returned from a tour of duty as a special forces "Shooter" in operation "Photograph a High School Dance Squad Competition" (He can't talk about it, so don't ask), our new mission statement is "He who dares, wins!" (Note: this is in no way implying that the afore-mentioned "He" is in fact an Andrejko or a Schwarz, or that either man has ever served in the SAS, those guys are sissies).


thewidowmaker said...

Dear Team Joe Camel,

"He who dares, wins!" Ha! Is that what you're bringing to the Davis Challenge? I'd like to suggest a couple mottos that are more fitting. "It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game" or "On my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law".

My final piece of friendly advice is it's true we are training hard for the physical aspect of the Challenge. No lie there. However, you are warned that Susie & I are actually de-training or DECREASING our alcoholic drinking. Frankly, at our current state, it just wouldn't be a fair fight...

Davis / Ro Lead the Way! Hooah...

TheGuth said...

All of you might as well quit this posturing and pontification. It is all in vain.

You know what I did earlier this afternoon? Pushups. That's right. Three of them. In a row.

Then you know what?

A situp.

Frankly, I don't see how anyone is this field can hold a candle.

Chris from Ventoux said...

I suppose we could have gone with the Army Band motto: "and one time at band camp..."