Welcome to the Violent Little (bird) Clownshow...the greatest clown show on Earth next to this White House administration at the moment.
Don't overthink it. It's a little bird (MH-6) with a bunch of clowns with guns stuffed into it on their way to the convenience store to get some Snickers Ice Cream bars. Just let everybody out on the corner of the roof. But then how do we get into the store? Ladder down? Ok, let's do it. Who brought the ultra-lightweight MATBOCK Ladder? Or let's just cut an insert hole in the roof like firefighters.
I've actually never been in a Little Bird. They cost about $2M, which is a lot to "invest" to just fly around pretending like you're offering yourself some utility by being able to look at cows or wolves in Idaho, or to complain about your neighbor's ranch and how they're moving the river, so it no longer runs through your spot. If the Hennessys think they're going to just come in with their subpar cattle and take all our water out of The Big Muddy this summer and leave, they got another thing coming. I've convinced myself -a little bird WOULD actually be great for hunting Hennessys.
Ultimately this patch is about Violent Little. We're clowns in our own way, but we're also very good at this, demonstrated by the almost 120,000 orders now, the thousands of individual designs we've created over the years, and about to celebrate our 9th year in "business".
And while it looks like we've got our dicks hanging out of our pants most of the time, the infrastructure that's in place, like Shopify, and Shipstation, and Klaviyo, and Privvy, does the work of 10-20 "squared-away" people, which allows us to run with a small team of creatives that focus mainly on making ridiculous products...that's it...nothing more to it. Violent Little is a small, fast, valuable piece of equipment filled with dangerous clowns to make you laugh and entertain you with nonsense.
If you're in the market for a Little Bird, here's the number: 480.346.6300. Tell them Violent Little sent you. They'll probably act all confused and aloof, like they've got no idea what you're talking about, but that's how they play their sales game...don't let them. You're the Captain here.