*One of them is about a boat that is made by a small child and set to the sea. For no apparent reason, every nation's naval forces are trying to destroy it. Maybe it has something to do with the name of the boat: Communism. The boat manages to survive by constantly being taken in by small countries, fixed up and put back in the water. I can't help but feel that there is some symbolism here somewhere...
*Another one deals with a rich man in America who moves off to a desert island to enjoy his money. Unfortunately for him, oil is discovered on this island...because that makes sense...and suddenly everyone wants to get it. Oh, I get it. His love of wealth has turned full-circle and he has to fend people off who want to get his money. I almost did not get that!
*One is the tale of a dog who gets his old lady owner's fortune. The beast becomes just as bad as the real people around him. He even joins the United States Congress! I can smell the symbolism a mile away. This is more of an insult towards Communists than it is towards us. Who else needs their messages so blunt that Willie Nelson would smoke them?
*My personal favorite is the tale of a young man who moves to America to make it back. He finds no jobs there, however, and is quite down. Incidentally, this man never speaks, which could be why he can't get any jobs in the service industry. Finally, he gets a job cleaning up in a shooting gallery! One day, a man accidentally fires at him, which piques the other rich men's interests. Soon enough, our man is a human target in a shooting gallery! Not only that, but he gets married and lives there!