Monday, June 2, 2008

Chairman Meow at Rutgers University

The Revolution has received word from our brothers and sisters at Rutgers University that the spirit of Chairman Meow is alive and prospering. This propaganda sticker was photographed outside "the grease trucks" of Rutgers New Brunswick, New Jersey.

The Grease Trucks, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

This is the 2nd photo from the glorious state of New Jersey, a venerable hotbed of agitprop thus far for Great Leader Chairman Meow.

Apparently "the grease trucks" of Rutgers University have always been hallowed ground for the inebriated student-reveler in search of chicken gyros, cheese fries, and feline cults of personality.

Chairman Meow expressed sincere pleasure in seeing this sticker posted outside the fine University, and urged student radicals pondering the menu to choose the sandwich entitled "The Fat Cat" - a hoagie roll jammed with fries, two hamburger patties, cheese, lettuce, tomato, ketchup, and mayonnaise.

Great Leader urged caution, however, in eating "The Fat Darrell" - an RU Grease Truck legend consisting of chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, marinara sauce, and French fries - even if Maxim magazine once named it the #1 sandwich in America.

Quickly veering back to spiritual matters of concern to the Revolution, Great Leader then shared this wise learning, spoken in Chinese, one of the hundred languages he is fluent in:

Ming k'o ming fei ch'ang ming.

Translated into English, this becomes:

The name that can be named
is not the eternal name.

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