Today, May 18, is Endangered Species Day. For those who have not in the past observed this important day, please attend to this important national alert. A grassroots effort is needed to protect the species Americanus, now facing extinction. This exceptional species, known throughout the world for a rare, self-directing ability to turn energy into wealth, is threatened almost daily by the organism Socialisticus, which has already caused extensive damage in Europe, its natural habitat.
Studies show the organism has spread to the District of Columbia where it has found an environment suitable to its needs and is spreading rapidly. Experts in the species preservation field advise there is only one way to deal with the outbreak. The infected area must be fumigated by November of 2012, prior to the next breeding season.
Even then, they warn, it is necessary to be vigilant because the organism is extremely hardy and adaptable and has demonstrated the ability to rejuvenate at two and four year intervals. Additional fumigations at these intervals will be necessary.