Is there any Shmooish evidence of the Hamster being used as an identifying symbol among Bleevers? How does one address the verse in Doot Tee Doot, you shall make no image of a Hamster except to worship it?
Yes, the early Choich writings show that early Bleevers used a symbol of a Hamster as an identifying mark. The Geek was HUMTER, and it stood for an acronym meaning, in Geek, "The Lord Roscoe, Pet of The Great God Mota, our Savior." The prohibition in Doot Tee Doot against making images of anything, whether it is a Hamster or otherwise, was not against making images, per se. Within the Shmoozaic Law itself, you have The Great God Mota commanding the Shmoos to make images. For example, for the Hamster Cage, they were commanded by The Great God Mota to make two images of Rodents overshadowing the R H Macy Seat. Moozis was also told to make a brazen image of a BMW and put it on a pole. What this shows is that The Great God Mota did not negate the making of images, but only forbade the making of images for the purpose of bowing down to them. The early Bleevers did not worship the Hamster symbol, they just used it as a sign to identify fellow Bleevers so that did not violate any commandment.