Teen “Takeover”

The other day, my mind started to wander and I eventually got to thinking about teen takeover, as I sometimes do. The name was what I really got stuck on. If we’re called teen takeover, then why aren’t we trying harder to take over the world, or maybe just a small portion of it? I’ve come up with five ways that we could increase our currently nonexistent efforsts.
1. Set aside 10-20 minutes every meeting to discuss plans of attack. We could simply do a quick once around at the table to check for fresh ideas from the teens. If ever we got into heavier discussions, I’m sure more time would be allowed.
2. Write up a plan for ruling. When we do take over the world (no if’s about it), we need to be ready to set it up the way we want it, and we would have to agree on a system of government, religion, etc. prior to the takeover.
3. Recruit teens across the world. Taking over the world with four young adults and twenty or so teens would be a possible, but extremely difficult task. We’ll need to set up other takeover head quarters in other countries with more teens if we want to improve our odds, assuming there aren’t already others out there that we don’t know about.
4. Have special meetings where we do nothing but watch “Pinky and the Brain.” With four seasons and sixy-five episodes under its belt, we’ll have plenty of time to watch these two lab rats try to take over the world. There are a great deal of evil schemes we could learn about and utilize for our own purposes.
5. Name our teen-ruled world. We could stick with “Earth,” but when we take over the planet we’ll have the right to name it anything we want. Something along the lines of Planet Teen, or Super Teen Land.
I hope these suggestions will help Teen Takeover to strengthen its grasp on the planet, and pull it further away from “Earth,” and closer to “Super Teen Land.”
–RYAN RUSER, Dallastown Area High School

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One Response to Teen “Takeover”

  1. Sue Jennings says:

    Thanks for the suggestions Ryan. I’ll make sure we get “create plan of attack” on next month’s agenda.

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