The Case of Winnie the PoohHaving just been stabbed in the back, quite literally Im afraid, by one of my loveably inept childhood cartoon characters, W. T. P. Bear, I found myself with no remaining options as to how I should decidedly not die. Ah, but alas, as I am the narrator and you the reader, perhaps it would be proper of me to lend you some perspective as to how these dreadful turn of events came to be. A typical narrator might go all the way back to the beginning, full of numerous bad days and awful bosses, and work their way to said climax, but Im no such narrator and find it all rather boring and traditionally old. So lets just cut to the chase then, shall we?
W. T. P. Bear, known to his young audiences around the globe as Winnie the Pooh Bear, had been linked to a series of bank robberies within the past 15 years. Having no fingers thus no fingerprints, you can imagine how hard it was to finally find the culprit. As it turns out, this Bear was not so stuffed w