He kept smiling the whole time, like it didn't even phase him. Smug bastard. And I donât even know why exactly they wouldn't let me in. If I had to guess, I'd say it probably had something to do with my particular choice of words when I met the security guards. Apparently, you can't go into the UN and demand entrance to a meeting if you claim that your ideas are "da bomb," or that your new plan for peace is going to "blow this whole stupid building wide open," and that "as soon as I light the fuse, you're all going to be really sorry you messed with me." It's really because I have new ideas, and the system hates new ideas, they're scared of them. I've got a fairly bold strategy for taking peace in an edgy new direction, something that speaks to all young, hip Twitters out there who are sick of old peace and ready for a peace that's more in your face. Dan O'Brien's Peace 2.0 is going to be louder, sweatier and more ready to party than any piece-of-s**t peace that dared to come before it. This peace is only for the strong, so if you can't keep up, stay the f**k home. That includes you, Stevie Wonder. I don't care how good you are at Pogs4, this Peace 2.f**k will leave you behind and not even pretend to give a s**t. Read my lips, Wonder: The world of peace is not for the weak. And tell that to the rest of your Pog Master buddies at the next tournament. Are there still tournaments for Pogs? Is that even a thing that ever happened, or was Pogs more of a solo thing? If memory serves, all you did was throw stuff at other... stuff. That can't be right, there's no way I spent all of second grade playing "Throw Stuff" with a bunch of cardboard circles, no way. Connect Four used a bunch of circles. Was that too complicated? Did we really need to revamp circle-game technology? I've always been of the school of thought that you should never revamp anything. New ideas are scary, really, stick with the old, I've always said that. Now Pogs specifically, while popular and- "Hello? Hello?" It was a voice on the other end of the phone, most likely responding to the several minutes of silence that had evidently taken place. "And that" I said without missing a beat, "is why my first order of business as Supreme Pog Chancellor would be to take a hard look and seriously consider a reevaluation of the formal Pog rules that reflects our current economic landscape."