Mike Stouffer, sometimes cook, tattoo artist, and baseball card collector, wrote President Obama a letter.
Andbetter get ready for thisthe President wrote back.
Seriously, its true! OMG!
Stouffer reports I am humbled by the whole experience. I never thought my writings meant anything. I pick away on a keyboard with two fingers...If I can inspire the president, I can keep trying to inspire these teens and putting their feet in the right direction.
In addition, the power of the letter has cured Stouffers hard-of-hearing uncle, and healed several AP copy writers of their drug problems. A pig in a nearby town has cleaned itself of leprosy, and unconfirmed reports are coming in that several teenagers have agreed to turn their lives around and treat part-time cooks with a little more respect when they order pancakes.
Evidently, the power of the letter is so great that absolutely nothing else could be mistaken for news today. It is conceivable that some event tomorrow may be so earth-shattering that perhaps it could overshadow this momentous day.
Get a grip, people. The Czars son wrote The Dalai Bama a letter as part of a kindergarten assignment, and all he got back was a form letter thanking the boy for voting for him. Wheres your Moses now?