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Old 11-21-2003, 03:21 AM   #1
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Cool Guy *Radio Free Saturn*

What is Radio Free Saturn, you say? For those of us who haven't seen this before, RFS is basically a creative writing thread. Or a place to share song lyrics. Or a place for your latest whacked-out photoshop gif. RFS is an underground radio station, hacked into the mighty LF digital empire with scotch tape and speaker wire, leaking insanity into the electric membrane of the world wide web itself.

However, it is not spam. I mean it.

What we post in this thread can be over-the-top, it can be crazy out of the box type stuff...but not *spam.* I have given my PERSONAL ASSURANCE that RFS will be an outlet for Aresen's creative energies...but not a spam thread. So, please join in the madness--but no silly sh*t like:

^_^

...Or...

lol XD

(As the entire text of a post, anyway. That kind of stuff is okay, as long as it isn't the only thing you have to say.)

Are we clear on this? A post in RFS should at least reward the reader with a laugh or two for having downloaded the page just to see what you posted. Spam...is that which wastes the reader's time. Lecture over.

My first broadcast is from Baghdad.

'Yeah, this is Joe Smith from Pizza Hutt International. Listen, I'm in town a day or two longer, so I'll be stopping back in to our new Saddam City outlet just to make sure things are running smoothly, and you guys don't have that darn camel in the kitchen again. I realize that American ways may be a little new to your crew, but I was alarmed when I found you were using dung patties in the gas-fired pizza oven. I also want to make sure that there are no more land mines buried in the parking lot (we can't afford to buy non-coverage from CNN if it happens again) and the drivers know how to wear the kevlar flak gear properly. The troops will start leaving town right after I do, so it's vital to the financial success of our overseas holdings that we improve survivability for our labor pool in the uncertain business years ahead. Isn't democracy wonderful?'

...Next?


'Pretty swallow, cut open the dawn so the sun may rise on this day.'
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Old 11-21-2003, 07:28 AM   #2
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oh well this is ray jones speakin from over other side of there where you are, man there are a lot of things going on here. dear mr. potty this is the most freaking freaking experience ever since i do this job here.
oh oh.. a frightening situation, there are still unsecure areas left, no question there will be hard fights for the best positions here! and as i can see it right now there .. . ......
oh my good mr. potty look!!!!!, .. look at this!! holy mr. potty..
it's unbelievable .. what a glorious death...
i dont know if we got this for our hearers but just a second ago some huge assed woman came down to the seat and smashed that tiny little old man sitting and thinking harmless stuff like "i have to get out next station" .. he wasnt even able for one last "eek" before the last bit of life left him.
that is so gruesome. i need a break. i'll be right back.
reporting live from the underground trains for RFS,
my name is ray jones.



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Old 11-21-2003, 12:37 PM   #3
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hello and welcome to Poets’ corner

here are two poems i wish to recite to you...

Skip PipTip Nip Snip

Sh*t Hit Bit Tit
Cut Tut Butt Shut
Brow now how cow
Clown brown frown down
Funny money honey
Coney phoney baloney
Horny corny
Born horn torn
Bore yore tore
Pork cork York
Dig pig big SIG stig
Dug plug tug glug
Glue pooh you
Me three key tea tree
House mouse moose loose
SPIDERS!

The Nose and The Eye

The nose and the eye
I don't know why
But the nose and the eye
Goodbye


thats all the time we have for today.. but be sure to tune in next week for more Poets' Corner

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Old 11-21-2003, 12:38 PM   #4
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Anchorman: "...And now for the daily Weather Report from the 'Almighty Blargman' himself, Kookee!"


*Camera 2, pointing at a semi crazed individual.*\

Kookee: "Thank you. Now for todays weather. Inside the Aresen shack presently a nice 72°F, and a bitter 22°C. Outside is freezing." *eyes shift* "So, I don't know how cold it is outside!!"

*Runs away.*

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Old 11-21-2003, 04:47 PM   #5
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for my first post in this new edition of radio free saturn, I'd like to tell a joke.



What's the difference between an oral and a rectal thermometer?


spoiler:
The taste!!!!


"Who is splendid among men, who is glorious among heroes?"
--excerpt from Gilgamesh
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Old 11-21-2003, 05:50 PM   #6
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Hello, and welcome to useful sex tips. Today's tip comes from one of our listeners who observed someone doing some sexual experimentation. This is his report on a safe sex drill.

The child held the old T.P. roll carefully, thoughtful not to misshape the hole.

That's today's tip for the day, and thank you for tuning in.
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Old 11-21-2003, 10:01 PM   #7
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Anchorman "We appologise for the last two preformers. For both were taking the thread into a point where lack of orginality and obsenties were thought nessesary. They will be shot in the back of their heads, and buried in shallow graves for that."
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Old 11-21-2003, 11:50 PM   #8
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someone's missing the point of this thread.
so i'll point you to the original: Radio Free Saturn



Penne ai Carciofi (Penne with artichokes)

2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 onion, finely chopped
2 ounces pancetta, diced
5 artichokes, cleaned, thinly sliced and held in acidulated water
Salt and pepper
1 cup dry white wine
1 pound penne
2 eggs
2 tablespoons grated Parmigiano-Reggiano

In a saucepan, heat the olive oil over medium-low heat and add the onion and pancetta, stirring until the onion is soft but not browned, about 10 minutes. Drain the artichokes and add them to the pan, stir to mix well, cover and leave to stew for another 10 minutes.
Bring 3 quarts of water to a boil and add 1 tablespoon salt. Season the artichokes with salt, then add the wine to the artichokes, a little at a time, adding more once the wine evaporates. Once wine evaporates, add boiling water to just cover the vegetables, cover and cook for 30 minutes, until artichokes have fully absorbed water and vegetables are tender. Remove from the heat and set aside.

Bring 6 quarts of water to a boil and add 2 tablespoons salt. Add the penne and cook according to package directions, until tender yet al dente. While the pasta cooks, return the artichokes to low heat. Beat the eggs in a small bowl and then beat in the grated cheese. Once the artichokes are hot, remove the pan from heat and slowly stir the egg mixture into the artichokes. Drain the pasta and toss with the artichoke mixture.


"Who is splendid among men, who is glorious among heroes?"
--excerpt from Gilgamesh
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Old 11-22-2003, 01:40 AM   #9
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And now a word from one of our sponsors:

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So buy it now, and let those dead bodies, be someone else's past.


Alright, alright. Let's just calm down and settle this over a nice cyanide pill eating contest, you go first.
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Old 11-22-2003, 03:57 AM   #10
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Thumbs up Haikuchi! (gesundheit)

No spam at all. *(Wipes a tear from his eye.)* I'm so proud...

Ray: I love it! Especially this part: 'oh my good mr. potty look!!!!!, .. look at this!! holy mr. potty..
it's unbelievable .. what a glorious death...'
I can dig it.

Philoclean: Ah hah-hah. Let's keep it a tad more tasteful, shall we?

(For example, Kylilin's joke was quite *tasteful.* To say nothing of the recipe.)

Tonight, I bring haiku.

'Skating like death pig on july ice...tie me up smartly, fat man!'

'Twice now have I kicked this street mime; reality is my reward.'

'Wooly and smelling of ozone, an electric sheep greets the dawn.'


'Pretty swallow, cut open the dawn so the sun may rise on this day.'
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Old 11-22-2003, 11:44 PM   #11
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*camera pans to a view of me standing outside the Aresen shack* Well Scar, I'm here live giving you a weather report outside of Aresen. You know how Lynk always says in is message "close the door. it's freezing outside"? Well that fact is indeed confirmed by my stnading out here inthis absolutely freezing weather, conditions no human being would want to live in. Do you see any eskimos out here? I don't, because it's too damn cold for them. Apparently the local wildlife they subsist on decided they had enough of these terrible conditions and they've packed their bags and left. Even as I speak, penguins are running away from this area as fast as their little webbed feet will take them, and if that won't do, they'll try and resort making a reallllly long run and then do a belly flop and slide their way out of here. And yes, some are so desperate that they're trying to use their wings for flying. They've been running up a hill and jumping off and then flap their wings as best they can, but so far, all i've seen is a bunch of little tuxedo birds belly flopping to the ground. In fact, when I first came here, before they started to leave, there were homeless penguins panhandling for herring. I have only one good thing to say about this place. UNLIMITED ICE CUBE POTENTIAL AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE!!!! Now all we need is someone or something stupid enough to go out there and collect it, because no sane person would do it. Wait a minute, I stand corrected. No sane person would do it because there are no sane people here, only insane people at this lovable, wacky looney bin we call Aresen, so of course anyone will do it. And that concludes this weather report. Now, anyone for some ice tea?


Simia: Do you know anyone who lives in this alley?...I'm talking to you.
Ballio:I know one...myself.
Simia:You're lucky. As men go, not one in ten can say he knows himself.

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Old 11-23-2003, 12:29 AM   #12
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Quote:
'Wooly and smelling of ozone, an electric sheep greets the dawn.'
Well, it wouldn't be Radio Free Saturn without some sort of mention of an electric sheep...

or a gas powered crocodile...

...or Pink Monkey


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--excerpt from Gilgamesh
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Old 11-23-2003, 02:26 AM   #13
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Gas powered crocodiles indeed. They're all the rage with the youth of today, and pink monkies are making quite a comeback, why I remember when I was a kid, spanking my pink monkey for throwing crap at people, ah those were the days.

Well, that's today's nostalgia, I send it over to you. V


Alright, alright. Let's just calm down and settle this over a nice cyanide pill eating contest, you go first.
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Cool Guy **LFN exclusive!**

The following interview was recorded by midgets in the ceiling.

Zoom: Ladies and gentlemen, tonight we have for your consideration an exclusive LFN interview with that most famous of hominids, Pink Monkey. Pink, good evening and welcome to the program.

Pink Monkey: Who are you? How did you get in here?

Zoom: Space and time are equally irrelevant--never mind that for now. Pink Monkey, in view of your stated public policies regarding the environment, there are some questions about your personal life that critics would like answered.

Pink Monkey: Critics? Pink Monkey likes critics. Critics are crunchety!

Zoom: For example, you have always been in favor of smaller, more environmentally-friendly automobiles...yet you yourself drive an SUV.

Pink Monkey: Pink Monkey drive SUV over annoying little commie rabbit, yes? Bah. You cannot buy SUV, so you do not like.

Zoom: Well, it is a matter of personal choice after all. However, this genuine snow leopard skin rug here in the foyer of your mansion, and the baby seal skin shade on that lamp over there are not only brazenly expoitative of the wildlife but undoubtedly illegal. How do you plead?

Pink Monkey: Pink Monkey has diplomatic immunity from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Kiss my pink ass. Guards!


That's all the midgets were able to get on tape. Gunshots obscured any further comments Pink Monkey may have had for our interviewer.


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Old 11-23-2003, 04:03 AM   #15
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*sound of static, then a voice comes through*

Can you hear me? How about now? Ok. I don't think this will take too long. No. Yeah. It's out of the journal. What? Of course no one reads it. That's why it's ok. Ok? OK! Am I on the air? WHAT? ****!

*ahem*

Oklafreakinhoma: A Critical Review of a High School Musical.

Well, I just got home from closing night of hell on stage. Most people have heard of Oklahoma and a few have actually seen it. The original was highly acclaimed, opening March 31 and running for 2,212 performances, or so they say. (It is my personal conviction that they showed it once, and afterwards just did strip shows and made people promise not to tell.)

From the program: "The plot is simple, revolving mainly around the question of who will take Laurey Williams to the box social; the decent Curly McLain or the sinister Jud Fry. However, Oklahoma continued in the tradition of Showboat in its depiction of the pioneering men and women of the American Southwest." Note: My friend misunderstood the last sentence to mean that Oklahoma was the sequel to Showboat. That was the funniest part in the whole thing, and it happened before the orchestra started tuning. Go figure.

Story/Dialogue: Well, you have the plot right up there. The way the story was presented was disjointed and made no sense, but that's not the fault of anyone who I have the opportunity of humanely destroying at this point.

Acting: Wretched. Curly was so completely overacted compared to the rest of the cast, it made me want to throttle the kid. I mean, just climb up there and manually distribute his enthusiasm equally among the rest of the actors in the messiest way possibly.

Also, I have noticed a disturbing trend among the high school leading ladies. They whine. And they whine so profusely and thoroughly and professionally that they should be in the whining business. Yes. I mean they should go into small town politics. Laurey's voice often reached the octaves reserved for calling dogs, and this was when she was talking. She looked the perfect blonde, curly-haired china doll. Best left on the shelf to collect dust.

Another disturbing thing I noticed is that there was more than one young lady who I thought was a guy. I kid you not.

I liked Aunt Ella the best. Such pretty hair, and her squeaky voice actually was in character. And Slim was played by somebody I knew by name and face, though not personally, and too bad I don't really dig redheads. Also, Jud Fry was properly dirty and creepy. So I can't complain as much about them. I found myself wishing Jud would just rape Lauree. Just do it, man. She deserves it.

Singing: To my rampant surprise, the singing was not so bad. Curly and Laurey were both technically very good, but the hideous facial contortions Curly went through nearly made me ill. Lauree just stood up there and trilled and tralalaed away like a prim little songbird. As did Ado Annie, the *ahem* town bike. I choked on my own spittle while she sang "I Can't Say No." As for a few of the others.....ow.

Dancing: This was the aspect, that of all the others, really made me want to take my own life. Luckily I was seated between some very good friends who would've stopped me when they noticed I was slitting my wrists with the program. There were no dancers. There were dances, but there was not one dancer. During the latter part of the first act, there was a "ballet." Now, basically, that's how they say they're going to pantomime this bad dream that Lauree had. She lays herself down offstage to dream. The fog machines roar to life. So out comes Curly in this unmanly lavendar shirt, hugging and kissing this brunette. Oh my god, no wonder it's a bad dream. The guy she shunned but actually loves is kissing this other girl. And they're dancing around looking all happy, pretending to do ballet. Then I realized. Oh. That brunette is the dancing version of Laurey! They have her there because the blonde one can't dance! Man, if they want stunt doubles, they should at least have similar colored hair. Sheesh. I was sorely disappointed that Curly didn't actually die, as he appeared to.

However, there is something to be said for a group of manly boys who can dance around with their thumbs firmly wedged in their belt loops...for a whole number. Bravo.

I can't talk about the dancing anymore.

Instrumentals: The high school pit orchestra started out the evening well, airing the ancient Chinese melody, "Tu Ning." This piece still holds strong with modern audiences all over the world, and was excellently done this particular night. Unfortunately it all went crashing downhill from there. Here's what I wrote:

"Overture: We can only hope it was meant to sound like that." And the statement held true for the entire production. The strings sounded ok. That might have been because I had a couple friends working the violins in there. But the rest of it sucked outright. I mean, why didn't they just drag in a lot of farm equipment, rev it up, and let it idle during the musical numbers? It would have simplified stuff quite a bit, there. And it might have sounded better. Why the hell doesn't anyone think of sound when they're playing music?

Costumes/Scenery: The first scene featured the front of Laurey's and Aunt Ella's house. It was very pretty and yellow. I must give serious commendation to the chimney, that managed to float three feet above the roof it was supposed to protrude from. No ordinary chimney can keep that up so long. Not even in a musical. I was also partial to the inside of Jud's cabin, where there was a long noose handy and several raunchy pictures of women hanging about. Now there's a guy who knows what's important in life.

The costumes were indifferent at best. Jud again led the cast, wearing an artificially stained undershirt that was two sizes too small with his broken overalls and comfy old hat. Curly fashioned those tight cowboy jeans and changed his shirt a mere six times throughout, usually donning an even girlier color than before. All the girls' dresses were ugly, except for Aunt Ella's tasteful burgundy wear. The men's outfits (cowboys, farmers and such) were almost tolerable. The peddler's gray suit with yellow trim was so stylish. And he had such a delicious fake accent.

Special Effects: Other than an overstrained fog machine and some fake gunshots, nothing. There were, however, many amusing typos and basic grammatical errors in the program.

Overall Impression: This plebeian farce, full of sexual references, bad kissing, fake guns, happy song, terrible acting, unspeakable dancing, indescribable accomaniment, gets a solid 3/10 stars, on account of its laughability and the fact that I got to see some friends I seldom meet with there.

In spite of the said laughability, I was literally crying real tears the whole way through, and continue to do so now. I think it's because these are the sort of events that shape one's life.....and that sense of innonence, of faith in talent and quality, of hope in mankind, was ruthlessly stripped away in the unforgiving darkness of the smelly high school auditorium. The one word that describes my personal experience of this fateful night?


RAPE.

Uhh, ****! It WAS too long! Harry! I gotta talk to you, man! *gunshot* *static*

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Lightbulb Trailer cookin' (downhome white trash recipes)

Poor boy's mac and cheese
Ingredients: Top ramen, water, processed cheese slices.

Boil top ramen noodles in water until soft. Drain water, then toss in unwrapped cheese slices and mix while still hot. Serve in a styrofoam coffee cup.

Unknown meat on a stick
Ingredients: Corn dog.

Remove corn dog from freezer and toss in microwave. Nuke it until it's soggy. Never ask what it's made from.


Peanut butter roll-up
Ingredients: Flour tortilla, peanut butter, pancake syrup.

The fridge is almost empty, but you have leftover tortillas, some peanut butter and pancake syrup. Well, there you go.

Be sure to print these recipes out, kids. You may need them when you go to college...


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Thinkin of a master plan
Cause there ain't nuthin but sweat inside my hand
So I dig into my pocket, all my money is spent
So I dig deeper but still comin up with lint
So I start my mission- leave my residence
Thinkin how could I get some dead presidents
I need money, I used to be a stick-up kid
So I think of all the devious things I did
I used to roll up, this is a hold up, ain't nuthin funny
Stop smiling, be still, don't nuthin move but the money
But now I learned to earn cause I'm righteous
I feel great! so maybe I might just
Search for a 9 to 5, if I strive
Then maybe I'll stay alive
So I walk up the street whistlin this
Feelin out of place cause, man, do I miss
A pen and a paper, a stereo, a tape of
Me and Eric B, and a nice big plate of
Fish, which is my favorite dish
But without no money it's still a wish
Cause I don't like to dream about gettin paid
So I dig into the books of the rhymes that I made
To now test to see if I got pull
Hit the studio, cos I'm paid in full


"Who is splendid among men, who is glorious among heroes?"
--excerpt from Gilgamesh
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Cool Guy Got $cash$?

That reminds me of my latest plan to deal with financial insufficiency: sell my sex. What? It's a brilliant plan--y'all are just jealous you didn't think of it first...!

Yoo-hoo...Martha! My pride has a price tage now.

The following interview with Michael Jackson was recorded by midgets in the ceiling.

Zoom: Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to tonight's broadcast on the mighty Radio Free Saturn. Our guest this time is Michael Jackson, currently under public scrutiny for suspected weirdness. Michael, how are you?

Michael: Oooh, I'm not so good. I'm seeing a giant white rabbit in my fun room right now. My doctor said this might happen!

Zoom: Ha-ha-ha-ha-hah! You aren't cracking up, Michael--I'm from the future. Anyway, this is quite a fun room you have here. The swimming pool full of plastic balls and the bumper cars aren't exactly the sort of thing I usually find in a celebrity's fun room. What exactly is the message here?

Michael: I'm just a kid at heart. Gotta love me!

Zoom: I don't think so. Moving right along, I'm curious to know why you have this corpse on display. It doesn't exactly fit the fun-loving hijinks theme you have going on...

Michael: He's the Elephant man! The Elephant Man! He's famous.

Zoom: Looks dead to me. Makes him a corpse. Say, whatever happened to that chimpanzee friend of yours, Mr. Bubbles? I've always wanted to meet him.

Michael: Mr. Bubbles kicked my ass. Really. I had to get rid of him.

Zoom: Ah, well, you probably bruise easily. Still, 'getting rid' of a pet monkey that you've raised in a life of luxury then rejected as soon as his adult behavior manifested itself runs somewhat contrary to the good guy image that has been sold of you. As a role model for children, is it good to have an exotic pet without being prepared to keep it through its adult life?

Michael: Why...you...Elizabeth! Come kick this rabbit's ass for me--!

Zoom: Elizabeth Taylor? I'm outta here.


Rabbit's feet are lucky indeed if they get you the hell out of Michael's fun room before Elizabeth Taylor shows up.


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Old 11-26-2003, 01:32 PM   #19
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Happy Turkey Day!!


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Indeed.



Wally the Space Dolphin wishes to remind all of us in the US who will soon be sacrificing many overgrown birds in celebration of the holiday of Thanksgiving that the holiday they are observing was originally intended to commemorate the first western settlers in this country, who nearly starved and died of exposure when they first arrived utterly unprepared in a new land and were subsequently rescued by the gentle and good-meaning native peoples already living here, who fed and clothed them, set them on the road to survival and were later killed off by the diseases those settlers brought with them, as well as finally running afoul of the civilization they here founded and being fenced off into little tracts of land way the hell out west, where today the few surviving native peoples either scratch a living out of the desert or join the western society that has surrounded them.

Hmm. Good point, Wally. This Thanksgiving, I'm going to go find a native American, and tell him, 'Thanks.' I only fear it will be far too late...


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ray - today we have a nice guest here at rfs studios let's chat a bit with our fellow forum-thingsy-errr-typee-guy mr. jones. i've just met him down at the girls place shaking the palmtree to get them chicks some nuts. he was so nice to stop stirr up further trouble and will join us for a moment.

hello mr. jones. welcome to the rfs studios!

mr. jones - uuhm. hello! howsit hanging? i mean.. schrunz sputtelige sputtelköpfe! s'gehdn?

ray - sure mr. jones. thats fine.. what ever you said. let me ask you something .. whats that in your avatar? i mean aresen is known for its biiig and mighty dangerous weasels.. are we seeing some crazed killer weasels there?

mr. jones - uuuhm. yes. except for this weasel-thingsy-part .. they are beavers. plain beavers. with teeth n stuff.

ray - how comes that you chose beavers to live in your avatar? i heard you are graphical ambitioned .. why not an own creative thingsy there?

mr. jones - just because i can rhyme and have a flow doesnt mean i'm going to be hiphop artist. i think at this point my question should be.. why do YOU have two beavers living in your avatar?

ray - they are beavers? i thought they were weasels.

mr. jones - *nods* i know what you mean. this could happen to anyone.

ray - yeah.. after all i just used some pictures from some internet sites and combined them using mspaint.

mr. jones - they needed some editing though. all i needed was irfanview and dpaint. i used it to convert them to iffs worked them out in dpaintIV for my amigaemulator to finally convert them back to gif. it might sound like stress but was pure fun after all. and look at the result. it's nearly 3D. actually it's a fractal dimension of 2.845. but this is pretty good.

ray - pretty plastic, yes. now tell me whats that in your mind. *points*

mr. jones - what? that?

ray - yes yes.

mr. jones - it's just a story.

ray - err. story?

mr. jones - uh-hu!

ray - uiuiui. *nods*

mr. jones - there was this place called erasan.

ray - era-san? is this japanese?

mr. jones - no. erasan! and it is not japanese. it is nowhere. yet everywhere.

ray - ok ok. nowhere, yet everywhere! erasan. and?

mr. jones - it had a door. but noone could use it. i mean they could but it was an act of death because it was very freezing outside. pretty much freezing. oh yes. iceicecold.

ray - a single door? only one door? why?

mr. jones - there where monsters. i mean mainly there where boys and girls, like you and me, living together in harmony, playing things like having fun. and sometimes there where monsters, too. i guess the door was build in by the builders of erasan.

ray - monsters? how many monsters? biig and dangerous? what did they do?

mr. jones - oh. nothing.

ray - nothing? spoot.

mr. jones - yeah. basically nothing. they where hiding most of the time. but sometimes the came jumped out of their secret hideouts. and everytime they did they where followed by enormous storms and so. i mean storms that even blow hurricanes away. noone could stand against them. not even one little thing. everything got crushed down everytime a monster jumped out and brought a storm with it.

ray - freaky. what do the monster look like? and why is it freezing outside?

mr. jones - i dont know. noone knows. it's just cold. noone ever asked why. i guess it depends to the evironment of erasan and those monsters can look really strange. some look like fake barf. and some like you and me. and suddenly, one day there where thousands of monsters everywhere. everywhere. everybody was annoyed. everybody knew the storm will come.

ray - what happens then..?

mr. jones - hmm. someone accidently opened the door. he was drunk and wanted to use the toilet. but they never expected what they saw then.

ray - a giant grooving snow monster!

mr. jones - no. sunshine. it was all like *spring scene, the bird where singing and green gras covered the hills*. they grabed their stuff and went outside to play baseball. they went outside and closed the door. from the outside. then suddenly, after hours and hours of playing baseball the air became cold and clammy. an icy breeze blew in their faces. then together with some really really biiig and dark clouds came the rain. first it was just rain. the the wind became stronger and stronger and the rain turned into hail and snow. now it was really freezing outside.

ray - and then suddenly the giant grooving snow monster.

mr. jones - yes. but it was on the other side of the green but now snow covered hills so they noone recognized the other. the group of erasaners decided to go back inside and look whats going on in there with the monsters and storms. not only because it was freezing. most of them also needed to go to the toilet. they went to the door and noticed the need the key to open it.

ray - but they havent got the key.

mr. jones - of course the had the key. the one they call "wetspring" had it.

ray - but the keyhole was frozen.

mr. jones - no. it is one of those anti ice keyhole with a defroz-o-matic automatism thingy. they opened up the door and went back inside.

ray - where the monsters were waiting.

mr. jones - the monsters all died because of the boredom the erasaners left behind them as they went ouside.

ray - and the storm had destroyed everything.

mr. jones - mostly yes. some of the things were still useful. but most of it was atomirizated and gone down the TUM TUM TUUUUUMMM big bad black deep unknown.

ray - what then?

mr. jones - hmm. they builded everything up again and all things were like before.

ray - before?

mr. jones - before they went outside.

ray - that is the story?

mr. jones - that is the story.

ray - what's the point?

mr. jones - never go outside to play basball in a spring scene with shining sun and singing birds without your key.

ray - uuhm?

mr. jones - it might become freezing and also the will come a time where the pressure will cause you to think only one word: toilet. and you definitly want to use it.

ray - and you might meet the giant grooving snow monster from the other side of the green but now snow covered hills. and it might take away your baseball.

mr. jones - exactly.

ray - *nods* *pause* ok folks. so far for now a deep look right into the thoughts of mr. jones.

mr. jones - amazing. i didnt noticed that. i just talked some stuff.

ray - a last word?

mr. jones - pass the courvosier.

ray - ok. you heard it. deep ****. tune in next week we will have a discussion round about the difference between rap and hiphop music. red eyes possibly possible.



*funky tune playing*



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Old 11-28-2003, 04:00 AM   #22
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Now let's get it all in perspective
For all y'all enjoyment, a song y'all can step wit'
Y'all appointed me to bring rap justice
But I ain't five-O, y'all know it's Nas yo
Grey goose and a whole lotta hydro
Only describe us as soldier survivors
Stay laced in the best, well dressed with finesse in a white tee lookin for wifie
Thug girl whos fly and talks so nicely
Put her in the coupe so she can feel the nice breeze
We can drive thru the city no doubt
but don't say my car's topless, say the t*tties is out
newness here's the anthem, put your hand up that you shoot with, count your loot wit'
Push the pool stick in your new crib, same hand that you hoop with, swing around like you stu-pid
king'a the town, yeah I been that
You know I click-clack where you and yor men's at
Do the Smurf, do the Wop, Baseball Bat
Rooftop like we bringing '88 back


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Cool Guy Whistlestop tour

I'll do the smurf!

Ray: I can't help but notice that you interviewed yourself. Hmmm. Good form!

'Well, this is Air Force One. No, I'm not kidding. We aren't running a transponder due to the high secrecy of our mission. With the President's short notice, and desire to reach Baghdad in time for Thanksgiving dinner with the troops, we had to commandeer one of the *Black Ops* retroengineered flying saucers--so order your troops to stand down. They are not to fire upon any alien looking aircraft in the sky at this time, until we've gotten the commander-in-chief safely on the ground. What do you mean you don't believe me? Listen, do you think we tell you, a lowly ATC jockey on the ground in Qamel'Poop Iraq, what exactly the highest-rated aircraft technology available to the POTUS is, or where it came from? I don't care what your orders are, who is or is not scheduled to land at Baghdad Airport today, or what kind of aircraft you think possible to find doing so. Just clear the goddamned runway, and get out of our way, or I'll zap the dogsh*t out of you with this phaser when I get down there. Do you copy?'

Uhmmm... Space Force One, you're breaking up!
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Old 11-28-2003, 08:58 AM   #24
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Arrow This just in...

Actually, it turns out the President did take Air Force One, a giant Boeing 747 with a distinctive bright blue paint scheme, into an occupied foreign country with is currently experiencing wide-scale insurgency involving shoulder-fired stinger missiles.

Okay. The 'Big Brass Balls Award' of 2003 goes to George W. Bush...
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Old 11-28-2003, 06:12 PM   #25
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Okay, so, hm. I'm not gonna pretend I read the original post. I really have no idea what this thread is about, and I never once saw Bill Gates Cel Phone Number here, so I'm making an educated guess that I've been misled. Betrayed again!! However, now I'm here, and I'd look real stupid if I just left without saying anything. Then people would know I was tricked, and heaven knows I could never live down that humiliation!

The problem is, well... I never had anything original or interesting to say when I clicked the link. And now that I'm trying to think of something, my mind has just gone blank. I remember this one time, in high school, when we were all studying for the final exams, and our teacher gave us a tip about answering questions. She told us that if our mind went blank, we were just to go back and read the question, and literally write down the question in form of a statement. So, "Explain why Silas became so attached to money?" Would become, "Silas became extremely attached to money." And even this uninformative statement would gain you points, and help you begin the rest of your answer.

This in mind, I tried to read the first post in the thread, but my attention couldn't stay focused long enough. Instead, I just read the last few lines to get the general idea.

So in conclusion, "LOL XD !!11111 ^_^"


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Old 11-28-2003, 06:40 PM   #26
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das: hello. this is a commercial to tell you to buy my wonderful product: learning good manners. this award winning tape will show your children the value of good manners. not only table manners, but social manners as well! dining etiquette, conversational rules and 101 ways to be polite are all included on this tape, and it's all for a very low price. you don't even need kids to get this tape! give it to your grandkids, or maybe even your great-grandkids! all for a low price, so call now to order! our number is: 1-800-THIS-PRODUCT-IS-A-WASTE-OF-EVERYBODYS-TIME-HOWEVER-I-STILL-FEEL-COMPELLED-TO-BUY-IT-BECAUSE-I'M-A-MORON.

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das: hello. this is a commercial to tell you to buy my wonderful product: learning good manners. this award winning tape will show your children the value of good manners. not only table manners, but social manners as well! dining etiquette, conversational rules and 101 ways to be polite are all included on this tape, and it's all for a very low price. you don't even need kids to get this tape! give it to your grandkids, or maybe even your great-grandkids! all for a low price, so call now to order! our number is: 1-800-THIS-PRODUCT-IS-A-WASTE-OF-EVERYBODYS-TIME-HOWEVER-I-STILL-FEEL-COMPELLED-TO-BUY-IT-BECAUSE-I'M-A-MORON.

call now!
I love that commercial! AM radio, right? I always hear in my mind, 'Your kids will learn good manners...because you'll beat them.'

(BTW...Illinois boy...I was hatched in Rockford.)

"This is Mr. Hogweasel returning Mr. Lee's call concerning the sticking points we're running into right now in processing his shipment. It seems the feds have a concern about our sending the Mark XVII Lidar GPS Warhead Targeting array to a Chinese company. We have assured them that the arrays are intended for use in your Robot Panda toy series and are therefore not in conflict with national security concerns. I am told that the approval is is pending...our NSA contact tells me, 'Hell, it's only the Chinese.' Ha ha ha hah! You guys already have all of our stuff, right? Anyway, as soon as the Mark XVII arrays are shipped, we'll begin the paperwork on the Little Timmy Fuel Rod Enrichment kit project..."

Now we know.


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Old 11-29-2003, 07:01 AM   #29
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Now that you'e leaned so far forward that your nose feels staticky and squinted just to read this, aren't you sorry you even bothered in the first place? -- Zoom Rabbit, from the original Radio Free Saturn


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Old 11-29-2003, 10:50 AM   #30
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LMFAO. Best. Poll. Ever.

A decent post, you ask for? Well then. ^^;; I'll be back later. ^_~

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Old 11-29-2003, 01:05 PM   #31
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Excerpt from Dr. Alia's daily radio show

Alia: So today, we're talking about the stupid things that people do that mess their lives up. Just like yesterday, and the day before, and the day before that. No, wait, that day was Sunday, so I was just tellling my near relations about the stupid things they do. Oh well. (pause) Hi, Romeo from Verona, you're on the air.

Romeo: Hi.

Alia: So...do you have a problem?

Romeo: Yeah, I do.

Alia: Aren't you going to blurt it out tearfully and then beg for my advice?

Romeo: I guess so.

Alia: Well, get on with it.

Romeo: Well, my girlfriend and I -

Alia: Are shacked up? You HEATHENS.

Romeo: No, just desperately in love.

Alia: So what's the problem?

Romeo: Her parents don't like me, and won't let her see me.

Alia: Ok. How can you be desperately in love without ever seeing her? Enlighten me.

Romeo: I saw her once at a party.

Alia: Don't you think you're rushing it a little bit?

Romeo: I don't see why I shouldn't, I thought it was extremely poetical to experience love at first sight.

Alia: You're going to have to rip all these hyper-romantic notions out of your addled head if you want to make this relationship work. Tell me about the girl.

Romeo: Well, she still lives with her parents, and they're about to make her marry this other guy, and that's why I want to marry her as soon as possible.

Alia: Huh.

Romeo: Yeah.

Alia: Well, tell me about her parents.

Romeo: That's about all I know about them. My family and her family have a sort of feud-type thing going on there.

Alia: Interesting.

Romeo: God, I love her so much. O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright! It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night...like a rich jewel in an Ethiope's ear; beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear! So shows a snowy dove trooping with crows, as yonder lady o'er her fellows shows-

Alia: Aagh! Stop it already! Did you just say Ethiope?

Romeo: I think so.

Alia: All right, here's what you do. Get to know the girl some more, make nice with her parents, and marry her honestly...but NOT before you have thought about it for a good long time, and are CERTAIN that's what you want.

Romeo: Already I can think of nothing else, hour by hour, day by day...

Alia: Well, when it becomes month by month, then decide. Try to be in your rational mind, however. Creep.

Romeo: What's that?

Alia: So, her parents have complete control over her? What is she, twelve?

Romeo: No, thirteen.

Alia: Omg, look at the time!

TOMORROW ON DR. ALIA: Why People Shouldn't Be Dumb and Mess Up Their Lives.


The man who hesitates goes home with jack. And his kids hate him.
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aaaand now...for the CROCODILE DUNDEE EPISODE OF THE DAY!!!!

crocodile dundee episode 1

crocodile dundee: hello! and welcome to our next episode of crocodile dundee! we are in the wonderful brooklyn zoo, in the reptile area right now.

assistant george: i'm his assistant!

cd:(turns and looks at ag) quiet, you! everybody knows that i'm the one who matters. you're but a lowly peasant!

ag: *sniff* okay, i'm sorry.... *boohoo*

cd: *clears throat* well, we are now going to watch and then speculate on what happens when we release this somewhat oversized wild joey *raises cage in front of camera* from this cage *points to cage* onto this wild crocodile's *points over shoulder to crocodile* head. *hands cage to ag* okay, set him free.

deep narration voice: (screen goes black) for the purposes (*yaaaah!*) of small children, this scene (ripping and tearing sounds) has been cut from the original tape. (loud belch)

cd: (screen comes back in focus) (all staring blankly, then turn around to face camera) well...um, assistant george, why don't you speculate on it this time.

ag: well...that was different. um, obviously that crocodile was hungry...uuhhh...

cd: yes, i do believe that just about sums it all up...er...

deep narration voice: we now interrupt this program to bring you a special news bulletin.

jane janeson: this is jane janeson. government officials have recently discovered that michael jackson has been disguising himself as a somewhat oversized wild joey in order to evade police. he has been reported as last being spotted somewhere around new york city. now back to the program.

cd: uh oh. we're drawing a crowd...

people: (murmuring) what's going on? what happened?

nypd: (putting up "police line- do not cross" tape) okay people, go home, nothing to see here, it's all over.

cd: i'm gonna be sick...

ag: ugh...

cd: (to cameraman) we're still on? oh, umm... (to ag) what should we do now?

(crocodile retching)

all: (whispering) what's going on? huh? what?

(something flies out of crocodile's mouth)

ag: (picking up item) what's this? (camera zooms in on item) it's michael jackson's head!

cd: well, next time, we'll see and observe what a celebrity funeral is like. with michael jackson, we'll be sure to see some rare and interesting wildlife.
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Today's contribution from the rabbit's hole...

Game review: Starfighter (Special Edition) on X-box

Where the hell's my freaking radar screen?!?






You guys are soooo fired...!







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Old 12-01-2003, 04:49 PM   #34
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Hello! Wow! I'm actually on a radio....damn! Why is it whenever you get on you can't think of anything to say? Well, I won 5 bucks in a bet just for having my voice on-

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Old 12-02-2003, 08:10 AM   #35
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And now for something completely different.

The Three Atheists Sutra

Thus have I heard--

Once, a gentle hippy sat mediatating in the park. In the warm, springtime sun he basked alone for most of the morning, until three people interrupted his quiet solitude.

A child, a young man and an old man stood before the hippy. They were together, and the child wanted to know what he was doing, sitting cross-legged on the grass with his eyes closed on such a lovely day.

The hippy smiled. 'I'm meditating. That's a big word that means a lot of things to a lot of different people...but to me it means I'm trying to find God.'

'God.' The boy was skeptical. 'I'm not so sure I believe in God.'

'Why not?' said the hippy.

'I just don't think one guy made everything, that's all.'

'I don't think so either,' he winked. 'I don't think he was a guy, person, or even a being.'

The child was confused by this. Now the younger man said, 'I'm afraid I don't believe in God, either, mister. Never mind what He was, how could any God create a world with so much suffering in it?'

The hippy held up a finger and said gently, 'Grow up. The choice made on your behalf by God was not between pleasure and suffering, but between existance or nonexistance.'

The younger man looked to the child and shrugged. Now it was the older man's turn to speak. 'I respect what you believe, but I must say that I really don't believe in a God myself.'

'Oh? Why is that?'

'I just don't think that any thing, mind or idea we might have of a God can actually be that thing. A thing that is by nature infinite cannot be a thing. The logic just doesn't work.'

'There is one thing that can be infinite,' smiled the hippy, 'and you are almost certain to misunderstand what I say here: it is no thing. As nonexistance, a totality without observer, no thing is that prerequesite for the existance of any thing that lies continuously behind the entire universe.'

'Huh?' grunted the older man. 'What the hell does that mean?'

'Beats me,' said the hippy. 'I almost had it all figured out when you guys interrupted me, and I lost my place. Now I have to start all over again...'

The moral of this story: don't talk to hippies in the park.

Om! Peace.


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What is a party if it doesn't really rock?
What is a poet? All balls, no cock
What is a war if it doesn't have a general?
What's channel nine if it doesn't have Arsenio?
What is life if you don't have fun?
What is a what if you ain't got a gun?
What's Ali without Shaheed Muhammad?
Nothing. [Calpekur] makes you vomit
What is a Quest if the players ain't willing?
What is a pence if you don't have a shilling?
Excuse me if I'm chillin, hey what, say what
What's a fat man without food in his gut?
What's a child birth, without the umbilical?
What's United Parcel, without the deliverer?
What's momma-san, without poppa-san?
What's martial arts without Daniel-San?
What's Rasheed without Tonya, Tamika?
What's orange juice and Doug E. Doug without Shaniqua?
Not a not a not a, not a damn thing
What's Duke Ellington without that swing?
What's Alex Haley if it doesn't have roots?
What's a weekend if you ain't knockin boots?
What is a nation, without any unity?
What is a child who doesn't know pubery?
What is my label when I exit womb status?
What's menage-a-tois? or, that is
What is sex when you have three people?
What are laws if they ain't fair and equal?
What's Clark Kent without a telephone booth?
What is a liquor if it ain't 80 proof?
What are the youth if they ain't rebellin?
What's Ralph Cramden, if he ain't yellin
at Ed Norton, what is coke snortin?
What is position if there is no contortin?
What is hip-hop if it doesn't have violence?
Chill for a minute, Zoom Rabbit said silence
*four second pause*
What is a glock if you don't have a clip?
What's a lollipop without the Good Ship?
What's S&M if you don't have chains?
What's a con artist if he doesn't have brains?
What's America without greed and glamour?
What's an MC if he doesn't have stamina?
What's music fractured without Mr. Walt?
What's Trugoy without a phrase called torte?
What's Kris Lighty if he wasn't such a baby?
What is a woman if she didn't say maybe?
Baby laid down, I removed the frown
What would be my penal cord if it wasn't brown?
What is a paper without a president?
What is a compound without a element?
What is a jam if you don't spike the punch?
Was it Bruce Lee if you don't like brunch?
Oooh ooh, it's like that you keep goin
Freak freak y'all cause you know that we showin
What to go what to go what to go what to go what
to go what to go what to go what to go WHAT!


"Who is splendid among men, who is glorious among heroes?"
--excerpt from Gilgamesh
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Old 12-05-2003, 07:42 AM   #37
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It is my somewhat unusual pleasure to interview Martha Stewart this evening...who is also coincidentally winning the RFS not-poll.

Zoom: My fellow hostages on this high-speed cosmic marble-ride called planet Earth, and others, welcome. My guest this time is famed fashion and cooking deva Martha Stewart, whom we have handily surprised here in her business shredding room. Martha, I'm impressed with the way you've integrated these shredding machines into the decor--I'm sure it wasn't easy finding drapes to match office eggshell white. How did you do it?

Martha: A giant rabbit? What the...?

Zoom: Oh, you knew this would happen. It was only a matter of time. Say, what are you shredding?

Martha: Why...none of your business! I see no reason to tell you anything.

Zoom: Well, since I'm just a figment of your imagination, there really isn't a reason not to, is there? Perhaps this is your chance to unburden your obviously troubled conscience therapeutically.

Martha: It's not like I'm doing anything bad. I mean, if the average person found out that a stock was going south...they would sell it, right?

Zoom: There, there. You poor thing.

Martha: You know why this is such a big deal, and I have to shred all my personal records in the first place? It's just...because I'm on teevee. If I were just an anonymous CEO, no one would say a thing about it. I mean, it's just an accounting matter, right?

Zoom: I must have you.

Martha: What?

Zoom: Never mind. Say, listen...would you be interested in a few basic stock quotes from the future? Us rabbits have little interest in matters of finance, but I'm sure that you could make use of these numbers...


See? She's not such a bad girl, after all.
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Old 12-05-2003, 10:43 AM   #38
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time for this week's phone-in with Dr. Siv

Dr Siv : "hello, who do we have on line 1 and whats your problem?"

Caller #1: "hello Doc.. i've swallowed a bone"

Dr Siv : "are you choking?"

Caller #1:"No, I really did!"

Dr Siv: "I suggest you try coughing"

Caller #1:"a coffin???!!! is it really that bad?!!"

*sounds of hysterical crying and then the line goes dead*

Dr Siv: ok, next caller please..

Caller #2: "ah doctor, i've broken my leg in two places... what should i do?"

Dr Siv: "i would stay away from those two places... next!"

Caller #3: "Dr Siv, i've just found out i've only got 3 minutes to live.. what can i do?"

Dr Siv: "boil an egg? next!"

Caller #4: "Doctor you have to help me out..."

Dr Siv: "certainly, do you see any doors?"

Caller #4: "er... yeah"

Dr Siv: "there you go! Next!"

Caller #5: "hello, i'm worried about my brother. he is in the medical business like yourself.. and he's sleeping with one of his patients"

Dr Siv: "well that has been known to happen..."

Caller #5 : "yes.. but he's a veterinarian"

Dr Siv: "er.... Next caller please!"

Caller #6: "doctor, I keep seeing little black spots before my eyes"

Dr Siv: "have you seen a doctor before?"

Caller #6:"No, just little black spots."

Dr Siv: "maybe you should go to hospital"

Caller #6 : "hospital? what do you think it is?

Dr Siv: "its a big building where the sick and the injured go for treatment"

Dr Siv: thats all we got time for this week... but sure to tune in next week.


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Old 12-05-2003, 08:10 PM   #39
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and now...for nonsensical french sentences!!!

je verrais un tee-shirt, mais je n'ai pas assez d'argent.

elle est très jolie parce qu'elle est tombeé dans sa figure beaucoup quand elle était un enfant.

je mangeais ton sac-à-dos et alors tu me voyais.

les crocodiles sont marrants.

monsieur duval est très jeune. il a trois petit-fils et ils sont assez mignons écureuils.



go here if you want translations!
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Old 12-05-2003, 10:05 PM   #40
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And now for a public service announcement. Due to budget cuts, this announcement will only be spoken in Spanish. (And I wrote it for a Spanish class project - excuse the crappy grammar, everyone here who can speak it )

La Amenaza del Mono

Lo que sigue es un aviso del servicio público traído a usted por MAMA (Las Madres contra los Monos en América).

Hay un peligro nueva en nuestras calles. Amenaza a nuestros coches, a nuestras posesiones, e incluso a nuestros niños. Amenaza nuestra seguridad. Amenaza paz del mundo. Este peligro es MONOS.

Los monos son bestias muy peligrosas, y han invadido nuestro país. Los informes del ataques monos se han recibido de separado tan lejano de los lugares como el Polo Norte y el Chile. Además, la investigación científica probó que los monos son agentes del Diablo.

Los monos han causado la destrucción extensa todo sobre el mundo. Ahora nos están atacando. Debemos parar esta amenaza antes de que destruya a nuestros niños.

Ensamble tan a MAMA hoy y mate a un mono cerca de usted.

No olvida – come sus verduras, recicla, no hacen las drogas, y DIGAN “NO” A LOS MONOS.

Este es un aviso del servico público traído a usted por las Madres contra los Monos en América.

And now, back to our regularly scheduled program.


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