Man, I considered calling this Chainsaw-A-Rama. But now I don't know who to believe.
Bee Tee Dubzzzz, don't forget about the meeting as described below. If you can get out there, go now. Go! Now! And then come back later to write comments and give us more hits. So many more hits! Hopefully, though, for those of you who can't make the meeting, this post can take your mind off of the nervousness you might be feeling.
And sure, maybe this is an epic affront to the woofing Gods. Maybe this is everything Cal fans would never, EVER want us to do. But I'm sorry, we can't help ourselves. We can't stop ourselves. We just had to do this. We couldn't NOT do it. We are so close, so close, SO close!
THIS IS WHAT VICTORY WILL LOOK LIKE:
Let's go on a rip roaring magical mystery ride of TREE REMOVAL!
Look at that chainsaw go. Yeah! YAY!
Thank you, Kittitinny Tree Service! Let's learn something
Here's how NOT to do it. Learn from this, UC. Learn from this:
This is some dude cutting down the SECOND biggest tree on some road. Cut down the first, too. And the third! Let's cut em ALL down!!!
I'm a progressive farmer. Is there anything for me to learn?
DON'T HIRE THESE GUYS. THEY ARE MOLES SENT BY THE TREE-SITTERS TO RUIN OUR PLANS:
And then, finally, for the sake of tradition, here is the Ruben Diaz Septet playing Chick Corea's classic tune "Dear Alice" off of his "Mad Hatter" album. This performance is a fraction of the unimaginable awesomeness that is Chick Corea's legendary track. The flute is sick and reminiscent of Chick Corea's performance. But it is all I could find on YouTube. And it cuts off at the end abruptly. :(
Let's hear it for no appeal by the City Council!