Every successful mission starts with correct and accurate intelligence. Intel can often be gained as easily as picking up your cell phone. Mine, however, was confiscated after a prank call drew police, firefighters, and a SWAT team to my grandmother’s house.
NOTE: CONTINUALLY DEVELOP ASSETS
The best intelligence sources are often not intelligent at all. All they need to be is close to the action and capable of observation.
Calling Tommy T, Manager at JoJo’s Arcade, I quickly track Mitch Reynolds down.
Many missions can be run on foot—especially under the cover of darkness or foul weather conditions—but some require swift action lest a target slip away. I had Pat hop on my HBs, and we took off.
STEP 3: CONFIRM INTEL
In a rapidly changing landscape, intel turns sour faster than ball sweat. You must always double-check to see that the intel is accurate and current.
Why are douchebags drawn to arcades? Video games? Candy? Other douche-bags? Or is it Skeeball prizes?
STEP 4: ACCOMPLISH THE OBJECTIVE
Finally, it’s go time—literally.
Ahhhh…. The Golden Shower (no, that’s not a chicken foot). All that’s missing is a cherry on top and a little whipped cream.
Pat’s urine smelled heavily of Kool-Aid, Burger King, and Beggin’ Strips. Note to self: talk to Pat about his diet.
Mission Review: find a place to hang out and go over the op—the pros, the cons, the laughs, and the tears.
Conclusion: Operation Yellow Banana Seat was an overwhelming success. But… I’m concerned Pat may still be a target for bullies.
I’m thinking the next Art I teach my little Soulja Boy will include a little voice training…
To learn how Mads trains his new protégé, come back in a week, sucka!