FWAAC, or the Farmers Who Are Afraid of Cows, is a special forces organization headquartered in Saskatchewan. They named themselves based on a totally different organization from the Dilbert TV show. They wear straw hats and carry pitchforks.
- 1524: The Governor of Canada commissions a study to watch Canadia.
- 1712: The study finishes. The conclusion is that Canadia is a dangerous threat.
- 1714: FWAAC is formed.
- 1723: FWAAC foils Canadia's attempt to legalize hot dogs made of cat meat.
- 1802: The public begins to dislike FWAAC because they are viewed as frivolous.
- 1810: The government orders FWAAC to disband. FWAAC retreats into the Yukon.
- 1811: Canadia launches a strike at FWAAC. Good thinking saves the day. In addition, the public realized that FWAAC was still needed to stop Canadia.
- 1840: The government catches up to the public and allows FWAAC to continue.
- 1913: After many years of peace, Canadia plans to import kangaroos to Canada. (See Great Kangaroo Crisis.)
- 1915: The kangaroos overrun Canada. FWAAC springs into action.
- 1916: FWAAC finishes tranquilizing all the kangaroos. The Environmental Protection Agency will not let them be killed, so they are kept in an abandoned prison.
- 1971: Modern advances in technology allow the kangaroos to be shot into space on a rocket. They landed on the moon and are presumably still alive and doing well.
- 1993: One day the president of FWAAC bursts out laughing. This had no significant ramnifications.