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Being a Christian…

……doesn’t mean you’re perfect.

I am a Christian. Though let me be the first to tell you that I’m a piece shit. Not that I’m down on myself, I know my self-worth without the blood sacrifice by Jesus Christ, which is zero. Only God has given me the ability and opportunity to be the person I am today.

Does this mean I’m gonna cherry-pick bible verses and throw them at people I don’t like? No, I must stay humble and refrain from judging and try my best to be a good person.

Do I wish I read the Bible more? Sure! But I’m not gonna hold it over other Christians when I do. There are times I seek the Bible for times in my life I need Godly advice.

I suppose I should point out my denomination. I don’t have one. Sure, I attend a Southern Baptist church, but the only denomination I consider myself is Christian. As far I am concerned, if you follow the Bible, believe in the Holy Trinity, and try to be a good and humble person, you’re a servant of God in my book.

Does this mean I’m gonna come at people who sin or embodied in sin aka LGBT? No, Since I am of sin, I cannot judge, or at least try not to. A little something Christians tend to forget. My view is that if you purposely sin or allow yourself to be drawn into sin, that is between you and God. I will be civil, polite, and tolerant. No matter what.

My advice on following God, don’t let other people tell you when or how to follow. That is entirely up to you. When you are ready to be a servant of God, you will know. But if you feel you need to go to Church, I recommend going to a church that suits you. If you go to a church that you feel out-of-place at, it will be harder to take that path to be saved.

Finally, there are plenty of times to turn the other cheek and whether the storm. As a Christian, we must try our best not to lash out and pass the tests God puts us through. However, there will be times to stand up for yourself and you will know when those times come, not when a rally is happened. Just remember when you walk with God, but your life in his hands and give it all to him. You will be complete and life will go so much smoother.

That’s all I got for now. Thanks for listening to me and God Bless.


Not picking a side….

…..doesn’t make you weak.

Whether it be politics, religion, or something trivial as nerd debate, we’re often told that if we don’t pick a popular, established side, we’re considered weak and lack confidence.

I believe that if you aren’t one of these people who don’t pick a side or prefer an unique opinion that attempts to benefit all parties involved, you’re an unique individual who has enough self-confidence and willpower to form their own opinion against the norm. Of course these days it’s hard to express that view from the those who have picked sides, while not as delicate or unique, definitely make it loud and clear that their view is superior.

It’s important to look at all sides of the story before gathering your opinion or making a decision. By being influence by one side, it will appear you are close-minded and not open to compromise and cooperation.

Compromise and cooperation, the big C words that people hate. People hate them because it means they have to get off their high horse and actually communicate with people who get them out of their comfort zone. It’s also due to fear that they just might be wrong and might agree with others more than they ever thought they would.

I think if more people had this mindset, a lot of the issues plaguing America and the World itself could be solved if we all could sit down, talk in person, and work together.

This is a long-winded way of me saying I’m an independent moderate. I have some views on the left, some views on the right, some authoritarian views, and some libertarian views. I don’t follow any political parties because I don’t like having to stick with a side that only has a certain view that isn’t open to ideas outside their scope.

What I find difficult to understand is that people make everyday decisions by being able to look at all sides of the situation but when it comes certain issues or fandoms they hold dear, it’s either one way or the other with no compromise or cooperation.

I plan showing examples of my mindset on various issues and trying to meet the goal I had in mind when I wiped the dust off this blog.

Thanks for reading and  your patience.

Remember the Alamo.

The 1st Amendment….

….does not give you a free pass to say whatever you want with protection from the consequences.

I’m going to give a breakdown of the 1st Amendment and what it’s supposed to do as well give my two cents on what it should represent. This will be the first of many posts on the United States Constitution as many people feel that certain amendments gives them as I mentioned earlier, a free pass.

Here’s what the 1st Amendment says:

 “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peacefully to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

While the phrase “Separation of Church and State” is not in the Constitution, the Establishment Clause make it clear, the Government must remain neutral when it comes to religion or non-religion.

You have probably heard from the Christian Right (I’m a Christian myself, but more on that another time, it’s complicated) that America was, is, and always will be a Christian nation. Sure, our nation was definitely founded on Judea-Christian principles by descendants of people who escaped religious persecution from state-sanctioned religion, but it was not established as a Christian nation. If it were, then why make an establishment clause and go into great detail about Separation of Church and State in the Federalist Papers?

Prayer in private and home schools is ok because they’re not funded by public funds. Prayer in public schools is not ok since they receive public funds, which would make it appear that the state sponsors a certain religion. However, I would argue that if an off-school hours event is held on public school property not promoted or ran by the school itself is ok since they are simply allowing the people in charge a proper venue.

Sometimes the government allows certain religious events and gives reasonable exceptions to certain laws, but that is not establishing a state-sanctioned religion, that is keeping a free market of religion. Though, I believe that using religion to start banks, medical facilities, universities, anything non-related to following their religious beliefs should not be protected and should be subject to regulation and taxation.

Also, exercising your right to religious freedom doesn’t give you a free pass to bully, intimidate or oppress people who don’t agree or fit with your religious views. As for Gay Marriage, while gays have the right to marry, the church also has the right to exercise their beliefs. There are plenty of places to get married at that doesn’t require the church. As a side note, if church exercises their beliefs on gay marriage, then they should also go after the government for allowing people to use marriage as a tax-write off and for benefits.

As for the Free Speech clause, you are protected to speak your mind from government intervention, but not from private entities. In layman’s terms, that’s a house, a place of work, or a private social media site like Facebook. For example, if your place of work has a code of conduct that places restrictions of your freedom of speech, as long they are a private-funded place, that’s ok. Your place of employment is obligated to ensure you as an employee have the right to a safe, non-hostile, positive work environment. Although, I don’t agree with their social media policy, as that is outside of work. While they made state where they work at, it is still outside of work.

The freedom of speech clause does protect you from retaliation for using fighting words or to a general and obvious extent, racial slurs. I could go into detail and give examples of what’s ok and not, but to sum it up, if you say something stupid than can easily be taken out of context or with clear intent to offend and start dram, you’re aren’t protected from the possible consequences of your actions.

The same rules also apply to Freedom of The Press, or as we know it today as Big Media. Despite most of the media distorting the facts, pushing their agenda, and absence of morals to maximize their profits, they are protected. Is it right that they’re virtually untouchable are most take advantage of it instead of giving unbiased information based on fact alone? No, but it’s the law and to even consider regulating them is a very dangerous road.

Instead, as information citizens with a clear and open, we must filter out the garbage and determine what is genuine news reporting and an attempt to push an agenda to increase ratings. Once we have completed that, then we can form our own opinions free of bias.

We often see all sorts of music, television, video games, other forms of media that range from family appropriate to a one-way ticket to hell. While government has regulated these various medians to protect “our youth”, I feel it is ultimately up to the parents of the youth to govern what they’re exposed to.

If a parent decides that their child should be exposed to filth in the media, that is your right and duty as a parent to make sure your child is being raised in a loving, nurturing, positive environment. This should be the role of the government. If you decide to have and raise kids, you have ultimately decided to govern, mentor, and shield your children to ensure they become productive members of society. If you don’t like that, don’t have kids. Period.

To wrap it up, the last part of the 1st Amendment is the right to peaceful assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievances. Keyword is peaceful. If you are protesting in a peaceful and civil manner, that is ok. Kneeling during the National Anthem in protests is ok. Protesting down a city block is ok. Some may not agree with the message and that is their right, but so is peaceful protest.

However, if you are inciting riots, provoking violence, blocking commerce in private shopping centers, or blocking interstate freeways, you are no longer in peaceful protest. You are using fear, intimidation, and force to push change. That is terrorism and you have crossed the line to protester to domestic terrorist. In my opinion, this should not be tolerated and must be dealt with swiftly.

So…with that, this was my interpretation of the 1st Amendment. It was a long ramble, but thanks for reading.


Remember the Alamo.



Wiping off the dust and firing up…

….this ol’ blog and getting stuff off my chest.

I’ve been meaning to update a lot more than once in a blue moon, but with work and family, shit happens.

I have a lot on my mind and there isn’t a lot of places to speak it, the better half can only handle so much of my bullshit and I have to watch what I say in the places where they give me money for doing their work, so the internet, or what’s left of it is.

I want this to be something to help ease my stress so I don’t accrue health problems (i.e. heart attack, stress-related problems) or take my aggression out on others (screaming, laying the smackdown, etc.). I also want this to be a place for like-minded, independent, moderate individuals to speak their mind as well….within reason of course.

I feel that if you’re on a specific side of the political spectrum, a group considered a minority, or self-identity with any group or association, you have a place to speak your mind, a place to belong. Those of us that either aren’t affiliated or chose to walk our own unique path often keep our thoughts to ourselves either due to retaliation, offending someone, or all of the above.

I would like to end that. Don’t get wrong, I don’t mind listening to either side, or any group, but it feels like talking to a wall. So to wrap it up, I’m going to try to be more active with this page. So that’s all I got.

Remember the Alamo.

The Greatest McDonald’s Ad. EVER.

So I have an idea for the most controversial, yet awesome McDonald’s ad ever. In case that last sentence didn’t give you a heads up about what’s ahead, let me say this: THIS WILL BE OFFENSIVE AND RISQUE, IF THAT BOTHERS YOU, STOP READING. THANK YOU. 


It’s a series of black screens with white texts accompanied by a female moaning and groaning. The text reads as follows:

“McDonald’s has led overall in quality and sales in the past 5 years (that’s not true, 5 is an excellent number). Even our competitors agree with how awesome our product is. Don’t believe us? Fine. Ask the Wendy’s girl yourself.”

Then the camera pans to a naked Wendy’s Girl (ya know, that hot redhead from the commericals) getting pounded from behind. The camera pans out some more and you see Ronald McDonald in nothing but his red gloves and boots, just tapping her doggie style. He has one hand pulling her long red hair back and the other on her left hip. He’s got this blank stare, ala Nick Cage brutal fight/sex scene in Drive Angry.

He looks down at her and yells, “Oooh, take that Quarter Pounder you bitch!” and slaps her ass. She yells, “Oh yeah, I’m loving it, Ronald Baby! Get that Big Mac deep inside like how daddy puts his Baconator in my ass!” as Grimace stands in the corner and shouts out, “Yeah, Ronald! Pound that shit!” Ronald sings “Ronald’s in that ass” to the “I’m Lovin’ It” tune.

Then, Fry Gurl yells at Ronald to get the Money Shot ready as he puts the Wendy’s girl on her back and yells, “Let me make a Vanilla Milkshake to go with that Quarter Pounder!” as he starts shooting his jizz all over her face. “Oh yeah, gimme that McFlurry cum!” she screams as she licks it off.

The commercial ends with Hamburglar hi-fiving Ronald as the Wendy’s Girl looks into the camera and says, “Ummmm, now THAT’s better.” As the I’m loving it music plays followed by the McDonald’s logo.

The Gospel of Magnum PR: Remaking the Prequels: Episode I

So, with Disney owning Star Wars, one of the dream scenarios (as Disney likes to play it safe and just turn it into a cash factory) is rebooting the prequels. I’ll be giving my ideas on how to make each prequel better because let’s face it, they didn’t just suck, they were an abomination.

The prequels need to have a simple purpose: To show the fall of the Republic, the birth and rise of the Galactic Empire, rise and full of Anakin Skywalker, the arrival of Vader, and the fall of the Jedi Order. That being said, the tone of the prequels should be action packed but depressing.  The Sith should take the role of the Rebels as the underdogs and the Republic as the favorites, like the Empire.

The prequels should also be focused on Anakin, much like how the original focused on Luke as this father and son duo are vital to these key events occurring throughout the 6 films. You can also connect the time between the 6 films with various games, books, TV shows, mini-movies, etc.

Episode I should introduce the players that set the pieces of events leading to A New Hope into motion. So without further ado…Episode I – The Phantom Menace. This will be set 45 years Before A New Hope.

  • Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan, just having passed his trials to be eligible for Jedi Knighthood, are at a Republic Post outside Naboo orbit. They notice that the forces requested by the council has been significantly smaller than promised in the orders, agreeing that they shall approach the Supreme Chancellor after this mission. They debate about the role of the Jedi being nothing more than “Force Scientists” and “Republic Policemen”. Qui-Gon tells Obi-Wan that a Jedi Knight should not only follow the force, but protect its delicate balance, become one with it and life will have endless fulfillment instead of being either stuck in a lab, on Republic patrol while having to follow the bureaucracy of the Jedi Council and Senate.
  • Qui-Gon senses a disturbance as the Republic Cruiser is assaulted by a massive droid armada. Under heavy fire, the cruiser loses power, sinks into the Naboo Atmosphere and crashes into one of its heavy marshes. The Jedi are the lone survivors and wake up in an underwater city. The Gungans reveal themselves and inform them that they were the only ones that survived the crash. They also inform the Jedi that Naboo, like other planets were under siege by the Trade Joint Force due to the GFTA. Qui-Gon convinces Boss Nass to inform Queen Amidala of the Jedi’s arrival, to initiate a plan to bypass the blockade, and show the botched Republic ambush and Naboo occupation to Senator Palpatine.
  • Amidala arrives at the underwater palace and with Boss Nass, form a small escape team with the Jedi to head to Coruscant. The Gungans and Humans unleash a diversionary attack on the droid forces so the escape team can bypass the blockade and leave the system. Veteran Cliegg Lars heads the ship crew and brought along his son, Owen. During this Owen struck a friendship with Obi-Wan.
  • While they managed to get out of the Naboo system, Amidala’s Freighter took serious damage and as a result, the hyperdrive was disabled. Cliegg advised Qui-Gon that he knew that the closet planet for repairs was Tatooine. He also advised that they could approach his friend, Jorelles Skywalker, a moisture farmer and expert starship mechanic could repair the freighter to full mission capability at a reasonable price. Qui-Gon agrees as they get a hologram from Valorum. He explains to the Jedi that he ordered a sizeable force to repel the Trade Force blockade but the orders were modified at the last minute by one of his opponents on the Armed Forces committee and would like them to investigate when they arrive to Coruscant. He feels someone is secretly pulling strings behind the scenes for a sinister plot as Qui-Gon agrees.
  • The Trade Forces contact Palpatine as Sidious and inform them of the situation. He deploys his apprentice Darth Maul, now a Sith Stealth Assassin to follow the Jedi, agitate them, and return to him with his results. Palpatine uses this maneuver to appease the Joint Forces and sets the seeds for the trigger to oust Valorum.
  • When the group arrived at Tatooine, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan felt a tremendous presence in the force as they been sensing it since entering Tatooine space. Both Jedi confirm that it is a presence they are not familiar with and do not know the origin until they notice the protocol droid C-3P0. Jorelles explains then that his 10-year old son, Anakin, created the droid and scrap pieces when he was only 6. He calls Anakin into the room (this is also when Owen, Anakin’s older sister) and both Jedi are in shock as the presence of the force is coming from the 10-year old.
  • While Jorelles is working out the details to repair ship as well as catches up with Cliegg, Anakin asks Obi-Wan if he wants to see his lightsaber. Obi-Wan laughs as he believes Anakin is pulling his leg and reminds him that the only way to obtain a lightsaber is through one of the many trials at the Jedi Academy right as Anakin pulls out and activates his lightsaber.
  • Anakin explains to Obi-Wan that he was to find materials while searching a cave on the farm property (which would later become Obi-Wan’s cave) and built his lightsaber. Obi-Wan then decides to entertain the child and briefly duels with Anakin as he is surprised by not only Anakin’s ability to wield the lightsaber, but has remarkable swordsmanship skills for his age.
  • After the repairs are done, the Skywalker family and the group enjoy a nice dinner as Shmi talks about Anakin’s miraculous birth, his mysterious anger issues which he has no idea he was or how he gets angry. Amidala contacts Palpatine about the situation and informs him of the evidence they intend to show during the Senate session as proof the Joint Force is blockading and occupy many planets such as Naboo who pushed for the GFTA.
  • Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon discuss Anakin as they were impressed with the young boy’s many abilities. Obi-Wan suggest they give him a midichlorian test when Qui-Gon scolds his padawan that The Force cannot be treated as an exact science and inform him that they were able to feel his presence just entering Tatooine space. Qui-Gon informs the council of the situation and about the young boy.
  • Maul, who was spying on the Jedi, contacts Palpatine and informs him that the “superweapon” not only exists, but is alive and well as a 10-year old boy. Palpatine, as Sidious, informs Maul to track the group and if the opportunity arises, to kidnap the boy and bring him directly to Sidious.
  • Jorelles enters the porch with Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan to discuss payment options:
  • Jorelles: I had a feeling you two would still be up. I wanted to discuss pay.

Qui-Gon: Yes, of course.

Jorelles: Preferably alone.

Qui-Gon: I can assure you, your words are safe with my Padawan.

Jorelles: Normally, I would charge 5,000 credits for full repair since Cliegg is my friend and I am helping the Republic, but I won’t charge you. Instead, I would exchange my services for a favor…

Qui-Gon: What kind of favor?

Jorelles: Take my son with you. Train him to be a Jedi Knight.

Qui-Gon: You want me to train him?

Jorelles: You both have seen his abilities. Hell, for no training, he held his ground against your padawan. Sure, he could help Beru, get into the family business or join Cliegg and Owen to become a freighter pilot, but I feel he is destined for great things, not to rot away here. If you can get him the Jedi Academy or get him into something more meaningful than he would ever achieve here, that would be worth much more than any amount of money you could pay.

Qui-Gon: You have my word. I will see to it that Anakin fulfills his destiny; he will become one with The Force.

Obi-Wan: Master! You can’t assure him—

Qui-Gon: It WILL my padawan. With or without backing of the Council.

Jorelles: Thank you, Master Jedi.

Qui-Gon: No, thank you.

  • The group adds Anakin as he gives an emotional goodbye as well as Owen, who has become attached to Beru. As Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan prepare to leave, they hear Anakin scream. The crew is knocked down while Cliegg, Owen, Jorelles, and Captain Tanaka are taking aim at a mysterious warrior in black, deflecting their shots while trying to kidnap Anakin. Qui-Gon force sprints and force pushes Maul off his speeder, freeing Anakin of his grip. Obi-Wan grabs Anakin as Qui-Gon orders him to protect the boy with his life as well as ordering the crew back into the ship and prepare for flight.
  • Qui-Gon manages to get Maul away from the Freighter and duels with Maul, giving the crew time to get the ship in the air. Once the ship is ready to exit the atmosphere, Qui-Gon force pushes Maul into a nearby Sand Dune that stuns him; Qui-Gon jumps up into the ship as it exits Tatooine.
  • Maul arrives at an undisclosed location and gives another report to Sidious. Sidious does not scold Maul for failing to kill the Jedi and retrieving the superweapon. However, he advised him to find Qui-Gon and to slay him as he could put their plans into jeopardy due to his immunity to the dark energy from the force flare Palpatine is using to hasten his dark scheme.
  • The group arrives at Coruscant as Obi-Wan, Qui-Gon and Anakin meet before the Jedi Council. Qui-Gon makes his case to train Anakin to be a Jedi Knight. While the council agrees that the young boy has tremendous skill and power, they cannot agree to put him through formal Jedi training as due to the dark energy, they cannot foresee his future, but hint that Qui-Gon can train himself as it would be beneficial for him to receive some sort of Jedi training instead of falling into the wrong hands. Qui-Gon tells Anakin if they won’t accept him into Academy, he will train him to be a Jedi Knight himself.
  • As Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan leave the council room, Valorum appears before them and asks them if they noticed anything odd from the files he gave them as it supports his theory. Qui-Gon advises that they would need access to the full Senate archives to make a full inquiry. Valorum says he’ll try to get it through but reminds them to hurry, the emergency session is about to start soon and might be removed.
  • At the emergency session, Amidala, Nass, and Palpatine present their case to the senate to take military action against the Joint Force. After showing not only the evidence of the Naboo blockade but of the ambush on Tatooine by Maul, Palpatine uses the shock and disgust of the Senate to set forth his motion to oust Valorum:

“Colleagues and Comrades, we have seen the devastation that the Trade Federation and their associates have done to punish those that want a fair marketplace. The Republic cannot stand idle and allow these thugs to cripple this great Union. The time for us to act is now. If he cannot meet those demands, then I recommend that we find someone that will fix our problems with an iron fist, restore order to the occupied planets, and restore the glory and legacy of the Galactic Republic!!!”

  • The Senate reacts to his speech with thunderous applause and unanimously votes to impeach Valorum and hold a special recall election for an interim chancellor. They also approved Palpatine’s motion to activate the Republic Armed Forces to resolve the conflict. The Jedi Council approves deployment of Jedi to the locations and Qui-Gon is allowed to train Anakin while they can discuss implementation of a special program to be run by Qui-Gon to train Anakin to be a Jedi Knight.
  • The crew gets back into Naboo with the help of the Republic Fleet. The Fleet with Naboo’s Space forces attacks the Trade Union blockade while the Gungans and Naboo ground forces battle the droids. As Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon escort Amidala, Darth Maul appears, armed with his double-edge lightsaber. The Jedi battle the Sith Lord while Amidala and Anakin head to the control room to activate the cannons to destroy the main station.
  • As they approach the control room, Anakin runs off and watches the Jedi fight Maul. Maul seals off Obi-Wan and fights Qui-Gon one on one. By the time Obi-Wan is able to break through the shield, Darth Mauls stuns Qui-Gon and impales him, killing the Jedi. Obi-Wan falls to his knees in a state of shock as Anakin screams in sadness as Amidala muffles his cries and rushes back to the control room.
  • Maul kicks aside Qui-Gon’s dead body and walks towards Obi-Wan and attempts to take his head off but Obi-Wan unleashes a fit of rage and blocks Maul’s attack and force pushes him back. Obi-Wan jumps up and overpowers Maul, slices him in half and kicks him down a chute. He rushes to Qui-Gon as his master informs him he is ready to become a Jedi Knight and makes take a vow to train Anakin, to make sure he becomes a Jedi Knight, and to keep him from the dark side at all costs.
  • The main cannon destroys the main station, which resulted in a victory for the Republic as their forces overwhelmed the Trade Federation. In Coruscant, Palpatine is elected as Supreme Chancellor with 80% of the vote.
  • Obi-Wan is made a Jedi Knight and vows to train Anakin to become a Jedi Knight.
  • Palpatine, under the guise of Sidious, meets with the leaders of the +
  • Trade Federation. He advised that it was time for a build up for forces and keep an open eye since many systems dissatisfied with the Republic may view it as an abuse of power. This would be an opportunity to strengthen your ranks as well as scare off the thugs. He then goes into a room with an unidentified person. Sidious proclaims that everything is going as planned and he’ll need to remove another threat.
  • Palpatine summons Damask as his senator identity into his chambers, announces his plans to take over the republic and become supreme overlord and that he has outlived his usefulness. He uses force lightning on Plagueis, killing him, making him the true Dark Lord of the Sith.

The last scene is a celebration at Naboo with Obi-Wan, newly initiated padawan Anakin, Amidala, and Palpatine. Palpatine looks down at Anakin and tells him he expects great things out of him.

A few more things, as you noticed I kept some scenes from the original the scene. I think they could still work with a bit of polishing up. Anakin should be seen as cocky, arrogant, but a good-natured kid. I will keep the Sidious/Palpatine angle because if Palpatine is going to pull off this grand scheme, he can’t be waltzing through the senate halls under his Sith Persona, can he?

That’s all I got, see ya!

The Gospel of Magnum PR: McGruff 2: The Wrath of Vick

Not only does McGruff need a movie…he needs a trilogy! This sequel goes back about 10 years to 2007. Michael Vick’s Bad Newz Kennelz was peaking in business and then FBI Agent and Favorite Pupil of McGruff Timothy McDonald enlists his former mentor’s help to take down Vick’s dogfighting ring. 

McGruff is on a personal vendetta since due to dogfighting, many of his fellow brethren was sold into slavery as dogfighters. As such, many have died. He is considered the last of his kind. He’s warned not to let his emotions to take over as Vick is the cog in the puzzle they need to breakdown this cruel sport across the nation.

Timmy would “sell” McGruff to Vick so Timmy will investigate the paperwork while McGruff investigates the operations of the ring. While McGruff fights his way up the ranks, he arranged for his defeated opponents to fake their deaths with APSCA’s help to get them out.

As Timmy searches the paperwork and databases in Vick’s office, he becomes concerned as he sees classified documents about genetic experiments performed by a government-endorsed agency whose name has been blacked out. It eventually leads him to an underground laboratory that has clones of not only McGruff, but other anthropomorphic dogs as well.

As McGruff gets to the top of the dogfighting chain, he rendezvous with Timmy as they feel they have enough to arrest Vick and shutdown his ring. As McGruff tells the authorities their conclusion from their findings as well as requests for reinforcements, Timmy shows McGruff the labs. McGruff is horrified and angered with what he sees, he tells Timmy to wait for the reinforcements to arrive as he handles Vick himself. 

McGruff barges into Vick’s personal quarters and demands all leave him and Vick alone. He grabs Vick by the neck and throws him across the room, against the wall. McGruff reveals to Vick his true identity as well as Timmy’s to inform him of their undercover sting. Vick and McGruff battle it out in an Epic Fight Scene as they are equally matched.

Vick is finally defeated when McGruff pulled out the original copy of Madden ’04 as Vick drops to the ground in incredible pain, holding on to his leg. Vick taunts McGruff to kill to justify his lust for revenge but McGruff show mercy as he wishes for Vick to receive judgement and atone for his sins. 

McGruff drags Vick to Timmy in cuffs as Timmy tells him the reinforcements are here. Vick begins to chuckle at the two. This starts a key conversation that reveals they were set up, a conspiracy unearthed that links this movie to the third and final film. 

McGruff: What’s so funny, Vick?

Timmy: Yeah, soon the FBI, DEA, ATF, with state and local authorities will be here to end your operation.

Vick: *laughs* You think it’s that clear & cut?

McGruff: Ah, you think the “Celebrity Card” is gonna either get you out of this or get you a trip to Club Fed.

Vick: You told “Them” about those documents and my labs didn’t you?

Timmy: Of course we did! We aren’t letting you off the hook. They’ll throw the book at you! Those were top secret files and operations that you had illegal access to! 

Vick: And you think once you told them, they’ll send those authorities and have this leaked all over the press? Hell No!

McGruff: *Looks out the window* That’s Spec Ops! They must be here to clean up, stage it as just dogfighting rings as well as making it look like his cousin threw parties with illegal drugs here. That’s what you want us to believe, right?

Vick: They’re “government sponsored” but not our government’s forces though.

Timmy: Then who?

Vick: I’m not at liberty to say, too soon…..but you two will find out eventually. 

McGruff: Tell that to the authorities. 

As Vick predicted, a spec ops team came in and escorted the three out of the compound. They destroyed the documents and labs as they made it look like it was a regular drug bust and they just happened to find a dogfighting ring exposed. These crews would also be similar to the cleanup crews McGruff saw Procter & Gamble used in the first movie. When McGruff and Timmy attempt to pry for information, they were told to drop as National Security depended on it. 

The last scene of the movie is where Timmy & McGruff part ways. Timmy tells McGruff farewell and encourages him to live his life as always, not to worry about the cover up. Timmy intends to dig deeper into these workings and exposes it, which cliff hangs into the third and final film.