Our Great Society



Ministers and Rabbi,
     The Minister of Media and Technology makes an important and insightful point – IFS prospers because of OUR eternal vigilance, which I believe the IHOP restaurant chain has little to do with.  Obviously, we all respect and remain grateful for the Turnpike IHOP.  They have fostered our growth and we will always remain loyal to Dottie, Marteen, and the rest.  But lets face it, we lucked out with Turnpike – they don’t all have backrooms and four rounds of booze.
     At these momentous crossroads we must think clearly and we must think for the livelihood of our Great Society.  Ask yourselves –  Do we pledge allegiance to the IHOP name?  Or do we pledge allegiance to the establishment (whatever thy name) that embodies the IFS spirit?  Do we remain loyal and go dry?  Or do we expand our horizons and seek an establishment that holds an open door, and an open bottle, for us bleary eyed and sharply dressed?  When answering these questions, we must never forget our Turnpike roots, but we must also remember the IFS vision and spirit.  And of course, we must ask ourselves the most important question of them all, "Why do we call him the Minister of Finance?"

Please comment or post your opinions regarding the place of meeting for our End of the Year celebration.  Thank you.  And Good Flapjack.

-The Minister of C. and R.





2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. schroediki
    Nov 30, 2005 @ 23:23:55

    my god…we have come to a crossroads and i feel we must choose wisely. IHOP or no IHOP my belly will be full with drink and cake.

  2. Minister of Media and Technology
    Nov 30, 2005 @ 15:55:29

    Well put Minister of C+R