Planes on a Snake (Farm)!

Planes on a Snake (Farm)
Story idea by M. Jenkins & J. Hurley
June 4, 2009
Samuel L. Jackson is a simple Cajun snake farmer in rural Louisiana.
He runs a snake farm and a snake zoo called “Snake Land.”
The zoo has a large plaster entranceway in the form of a mock giant snake head.
To enter the zoo, a visitor walks in through the giant open ‘snake mouth.’
Due to local zoning restrictions, his farm is outside of town and regrettably close to the small regional airport.
After the end of a typical day, herding schoolchildren around the zoo, he is up on a ladder, leaning against the top of the snake head entranceway. He is using a broom to sweep children’s paper airplanes off the top of the snake head. He mutters under his breath, “I’m tired of these m*f*king planes on my m*f*king snake.”
The weather turns cloudy…
Watching TV in his house (attached to the side of the farm & zoo), he sees a hurricane is making an unexpected sharp turn, and is now heading directly at his location.
Meanwhile, the President has just finished speaking in New Orelans.
He and the First Lady have just enjoyed the first Presidential Mardi Gras.
The President threw out the ceremonial first beads.
Air Force One and her fighter jet escort are now headed northeast, back to DC.
They had hoped to go around the hurricane, but while travelling northward to avoid it, Air Force One is struck by lightning! She must land, and the closest airport is the one right next to Snake Land!
Air Force One makes a landing attempt, but runs off the end of the runway, right into Snake Land!
Now only Samuel L. Jackson (and the President’s Air Force escort) can save the Comander-in-Chief from a flooded zoo full of deadly snakes gone wild in –
Planes on a Snake (Farm)!

Story idea by M. Jenkins & J. Hurley

June 4, 2009

Samuel L. Jackson is a simple Cajun snake farmer in rural Louisiana.

He runs a snake farm and a snake zoo called “Snake Land.”

The zoo has a large plaster entranceway in the form of a mock giant snake head.

To enter the zoo, a visitor walks in through the giant open ‘snake mouth.’

Due to local zoning restrictions, his farm is outside of town and regrettably close to the small regional airport.

After the end of a typical day, herding schoolchildren around the zoo, he is up on a ladder, leaning against the top of the snake head entranceway. He is using a broom to sweep children’s paper airplanes off the top of the snake head. He mutters under his breath, “I’m tired of these m*f*king planes on my m*f*king snake.”

The weather turns cloudy…

Watching TV in his house (attached to the side of the farm & zoo), he sees a hurricane is making an unexpected sharp turn, and is now heading directly at his location.

Meanwhile, the President has just finished speaking in New Orelans.

He and the First Lady have just enjoyed the first Presidential Mardi Gras.

The President threw out the ceremonial ‘first beads.’

Air Force One and her fighter jet escort are now headed northeast, back to DC.

They had hoped to go around the hurricane, but while travelling northward to avoid it, Air Force One is struck by lightning! She must land, and the closest airport is the one right next to Snake Land!

Air Force One makes a landing attempt, but runs off the end of the runway, right into Snake Land!

Now only Samuel L. Jackson (and the President’s Air Force escort) can save the Comander-in-Chief from

a flooded zoo full of deadly snakes gone wild

in

Planes on a Snake (Farm)!

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