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Old 01-13-2000, 09:00 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Radio Free Saturn

What good is a rebellion if you don't have a political resistance radio station?

I am here and now declaring Radio Free Saturn on the air. Post your most outlandish and nonrelevant declarations here, and the miracle of computer-driven hyperelectric communication will make your sordid thoughts a mere mouseclick away.

I always thought mice squeaked, not clicked. Oh, well...

On with the show. I'll start. Blaze the engines a little longer tonight, lads! We want plenty of velocity when we reach the airport. In this day and age of radar, the element of surprise must be raced for--faster I say! The altitude is just no good for us--not enough oxygen, and the UV rays are making fierce hallucinations of armed clowns burst into the cockpit. Give me the stick and go get me some whiskey; the real men have serious flying to do...

Hah? Who's next?

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Old 01-14-2000, 02:47 AM   #2
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Hmmph. You guys are no fun.
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Old 01-14-2000, 03:33 AM   #3
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Sure We're Fun!


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Old 01-14-2000, 05:46 AM   #4
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"I was swimming in the Caribbean. Animals were hiding behind the rock. Except the little fish. But they told me, he swears. Trying to talk to me to me to me..."
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Old 01-14-2000, 06:48 AM   #5
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Nine out of ten presidential candidates aren't financed by the Cosa Nostra.

Okay, seven out of ten...
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Old 01-14-2000, 11:59 AM   #6
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Very interesting.
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Old 01-14-2000, 08:06 PM   #7
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as i returned to my hundai, i noted several imprisoned elves posing as a jazz trio, although there were six of them or so, but there might as well have been six and a half. suddenly i felt an urge to twitch wildly--half an elf was poking me with a cattle prod! (as you'll soon see, cattle prods are a recurring theme in this anecdote of sorts.) as i lost conciousness, i was lulled to a state of dream by the seven, no, eight revolving heads of the late comic chris farley.

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i woke up in a hospital bed surrounded by big neddy, a stunt double for chris farley, and a toothpick, a stunt double for callista flockheart. "are you all right?" asked neddy; "no, but you know what'll make me..." i replied, winking uncontrollably. i felt my soul being massaged by the swaying rythms of war's
lowrider, being beaten down, down, into the ground by korn's falling away from me, at which point i promptly fainted on ducky, emitting a deafening quack.

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Old 01-15-2000, 06:27 AM   #8
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You call this a castle? Geese everywhere, and not enough outlets! Some day the lord will come back from the crusades, and it'll be a rude awakening for some. No more basketball! Wipe your sabatons on the drawbridge! Somebody fetch me my bow; I have a whole box of pencils, and I want to see how far I can make them go.

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Bad kitty! Look what you've done! By cancelling out the refractive coefficient for pi, you've completely locked all positive sine waves into infinitely regressive logarithms! No tuna tonight...

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Old 01-17-2000, 07:38 AM   #9
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...Thus we can take this function of increasing incomprehensibility, reevaluate it on strictly limitless crtiteria based in random chance, and still completely fail to undermine our own personal sense of drastic, non-linear confusion in an early digital/late industrial anthropological context!

Or, in the words of some punk with a shotgun:

"When did my personal emphasis on seeking the purity of perfection switch to seeking the perfection of purity?"

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Old 01-20-2000, 12:33 AM   #10
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Electric Sheep Jokes!

Q: "Why did the electric sheep cross the road?"
A: "Because a negative charge on the other side precipitated electromagnetic attraction."

"Does an electric sheep have a Buddha nature?"

Q: "Knock! Knock!"
A: "Who's there?"
Q: "Electric sheep!"
A: "Electric sheep who?"
Q: "Baaa!" *Fzap! Crackle!*


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Old 01-20-2000, 04:21 AM   #11
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Lightbulba? No sooba baghwashka?

Hyperspherical postfrontal transcendentalism!
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Old 01-20-2000, 04:27 AM   #12
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"...So this electric sheep walks into a bar and sez, 'gimme a shot of whiskey.' The bartender sez, 'We don't serve your kind in here.' So the electric sheep discharges 112,000 kilowatts of static electricity into the bar, instantly frying the bartender and all the patrons. Moral: don't mess with electric sheep."

Now why is everyone being so quiet?

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Old 01-20-2000, 07:38 AM   #13
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Where did you get those from?
Sorry, I haven't really made the connection with those quotes either....

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Old 01-20-2000, 08:15 AM   #14
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No quotes. No sources.

This space cowboy don't work with a net, buck-o!

"Get away from that pressure hatch! Twelves inches of space are all that are separating us from your butt and being sucked bodily into the frigid airlessness of eternal space! Do you want 'stupid cabin monkey' etched on your tombstone? Oh, wait--there wouldn't be one! Just a quick-frozen meat popsicle, ruptured at the cellular level, forever wearing an expression of complete surprise and floating endlessly in a long solar orbit of its own..."

You get on the bus. You pay your quarter. I take you places. That's all.

Did I mention that Radio Free Saturn has an open mike policy? Tonight just happens to be amateur night!

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Old 01-20-2000, 08:55 PM   #15
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With hosts like you, every night is amateur night.

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Old 01-20-2000, 10:58 PM   #16
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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?
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Old 01-21-2000, 06:14 AM   #17
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Please accept my apology Mr. Rabbit.

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Old 01-21-2000, 08:22 AM   #18
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Apologize to an oversexed rodent with silly ears? Whatever for, man?

Zoom Rabbit just bought X-Wing for his PC. Violence is really a lot of fun!

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Old 01-22-2000, 07:34 PM   #19
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"Last one alive. Shields down, ship on fire. If I could get the computers online, I could send a distress call--not that any help could possibly arrive in time. This whole beastly star system is full of one-man fighters...they snipped away our shields, then the fun began. I've got the engines jacked into what's left of life support, and we're heading out of the system at full impulse. I can get away from the slower fighters, but now there are capital ships closing in. I'm going to load this log into the emergency beacon and jettison it, in hopes word gets back to Starfleet...don't make fun of the silly little TIE fighters!!!"

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Old 01-23-2000, 05:07 PM   #20
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. . .Unless you can back it up.

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Old 01-24-2000, 06:54 AM   #21
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"Elves are delicious! I wouldn't have thought the fat guy could put up so much of a fight, though..."

And the reindeer?

"Too stringy...and I ain't eatin' no animal that glows in the dark!"

I guess I won't be getting coal next year...

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Old 01-24-2000, 07:36 PM   #22
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"Why is the sky blue?"

"What does a whale think a submarine is?"

"Does the wise man on the mountain top have the whole world up his butt?"


So many questions. So few hostages.

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Old 01-24-2000, 10:07 PM   #23
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i was quick to think that the dollar bill shoved down the throat of a goeduck posted on the side of a barb wire fence was a disastrous take on western symbolism. being with myst and riven co-creator rand miller at the time, i tried to act natural; thus, i evaluated and expanded on the idea. only a few facts were clear in my mind:

1. the catastrophe had to be influenced by someone with a vast knowledge of anatomy; i could object to geoducks having throats with quiet but timely ease. the person i have in mind here is big neddy.

2. a few is about one.

the lucid somophore bottle cap was an inspiring piece...i'd have to leave the problems to the wind; the lawn was freshly vacuumed, and the breeze was stale. i picked up a pail and a personally patented packet of papers; it was time to terrify the torrent temporaries.


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Old 01-25-2000, 05:38 AM   #24
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CLAM SAUCE!!!

I never did trust those buggers. They go best in a nice fettucine alfredo, if you ask me...

"...Flaccid rock art of the diseased minds who died centuries ago should never be brought into a twenty-first century architecture symposium. Away with ye! Take the victim's credentials, issue some less suitable clothing and turn him loose on the streets to fend for biscuits. Arr!"

I have a silver dollar. It has one ounce of pure silver in it, which is worth much more than a dollar. What the hell is going on here?

?.........???......?

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Old 01-25-2000, 08:16 AM   #25
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Bacofoil!? That's my nuclear fallout suit. One day the bombs are gonna drop and I'm gonna be ready.
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Old 01-26-2000, 07:46 AM   #26
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Hold it! Stop!

Before this radio show goes any further, I want to know, here and now--and without any obfuscation or misdirection--exactly what the hell processed cheese food is supposed to be!!!

These are serious issues that need to be resolved.

Quack?

Shh. Not now.
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Old 01-26-2000, 07:54 AM   #27
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Well...I can't seem to remember why I came here, or where this is. But I'm sure it's something I once did not fail to recognize before.

Who are all these people?

Can I have some medicine now?

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Old 01-26-2000, 08:00 AM   #28
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Well wax my hair and call me squeaky! It's President Reagan! Over here, sir--we have you signed up to help make sandwiches in the lobby. If you'll just follow me...

I expect to find this submarine absolutely spotless by the time I get back!

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Old 01-28-2000, 05:22 PM   #29
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Quick, somebody paint spots on the submarine.

Big yellow ones. . .

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Old 02-01-2000, 07:56 AM   #30
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Well, now!

Radio Free Saturn is back on the air!!! A well-placed terrorist psychokinetic pulse of some kind cause my monitor to go FZAP--! *Twinkle*

...But things are going just fine now. I like the spots, so they can stay...but that life-size cardboard cut-out of Captain kirk in a dress willl have to go.

I've noticed something. No matter where I go, the center of the Earth is always straight down.

...and it's really starting to creep me out!

"Full speed ahead! We still haven't lost that bastard!"

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Old 02-01-2000, 11:43 PM   #31
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Oops, sorry, just stumbled onto this thread by accident!

*slowly backs away*

I won't be back!
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Too late!

*(Zoom Rabbit isolates Crater with an angular confinement beam an transports her into a holding cell.)*

You're the guest of honor, now! Haw! Haw! Haw! Have some brandy. Cigar? Tell us about your latest tour of the Indian subcontinent. Where you able to verify that that Ghandi figure is indeed dead and not preparing to come back like some hundred-something year old voodoo thrash vampire?

I'm just scared, that's all...
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Old 02-03-2000, 01:32 PM   #33
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No, Ghandi won't be back. He's human, not Vodun, and the Vodun aren't interested in using him as a host since his body was too frail to make a good warrior.

You're right to be scared though.

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Thank God for entropy!

(As the philosophers, scientists and thelogians in the house are chewing on that one, I'll get on with the program.)

"...Why does it have to be so dark down here? The rats are everywhere, and the constant dripping noises echoing endlessly can drive one insane in less than an hour. Man, these tunnels go on forever! I'll bet that if you follow deep enough, you'll wander into hell itself. Is this a body? No matches left, and I don't want to see it anyway. My only hope is finding a ladder up, or grates, or something...otherwise I'm just waiting for the next s***ter to flush. Crap!"

I wonder if the local pot smokers know that 4-20 is actually Adolf Hitler's birthday? Yikes!

It has been proven by valid scientific means that when a subject stuffs a dollar bill in a parking meter, time is frozen forever. We are ourselves not aware of the event, since the freezing of time effectively destroys that quantum timeline, but other realities (us) continue on in other timelines.

--So don't try it! Not only will you get a ticket for ruining public property, you will destroy and entire universe by doing so!!! Ooops. I just gave them ideas, didn't I?

Important disclaimer: Zoom Rabbit is actually a very sophisticated artificial intelligence routine, and as such is not held legally responsible for the results of its random string generations. So there.

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"...Woo-hoo! I just rode into town ahead of them injuns, and boy am I thirsty! Anyone wanna buy an authentic injun chief's peace pipe, still smouldering? Get away from my horse! He's from the future--he doesn't eat oats, but drinks a petroleum distillate. Anyone interested in authentic Sioux medicine bags? Back off my rifle, son! That ain't no Winchester you're toying with! Ever see what a clip of AP fifty-caliber machine gun rounds can do to an injun war party? Buckskins! I've got authentic injun buckskins here--still warm, some blood stains. I'm hanging onto the turquoise jewelry, though...it'll be worth a fortune back in my time!"

"...Hello. This is john Lennon's Ghost. I just wanted to see if any of you were interested in subscribing to Dead Rock Stars Today. This month's edition has a review of this year's handgun models by Jimi Hendrix, and Elvis' secret recipe for beer barbecued pork ribs."

No! Get OUT of here! You should have taken your crazy girlfriend with you...!

"...Is it true that the ancient Egyptians invented pinball? And what about line dancing? Which inbred Scottish Highland hillbilly came up with that fevered notion?"

We don't need gears! Strip 'em--I don't care!

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Old 02-04-2000, 09:10 AM   #36
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BANZAI TERIYAKI CHICKEN:

In addition to racing jet podracers, piloting Rebel space fighters, hosting an underground radio station and comparing the insights of both western and eastern mysticism, Zoom Rabbit also cooks for a living. The following recipe is his gift to his listeners. Bone appetite! (Yes, I know I misspelled that! C'etait une blague, utulisante les similarities entre le francais et l'anglais...mais probablement ce point soit perdu pour ces cochons.) Anyway.

Step one: the chili rub.

Get some nice, hot serrano or scotch bonnet chili peppers. This recipe is not for wussies. Anyway, peel an onion and cut it into sections...roast them along with your whole peppers on the backyard grill. After they've cooled, remove the chili stems, toss the chilis and onion in the cuisinart, along with: cider vinegar, olive oil, tabasco, a dash of wocestershire, whole garlic cloves, salt and pepper. Puree the stuff, balancing vinegar and oil until you get a thick, slushy consistency.

Step two: the teriyaki sauce.

Make it from scratch. If you can't handle this, you don't deserve to be eating nice food, and you should go to McDonald's for dinner. The key to this recipe is to use orange juice instead of pineapple juice in your sauce. Fresh squeeze some valencia oranges if you can...if not, the bottled juice will have to do (*sigh*). Heat your orange juice along with a healthy dash of soy sauce and a big handful of brown sugar (taste for sweetness) until boiling. Thicken with a corn starch slurry (a little starch mixed with cold water.) Season your teriyaki with a little ginger and cumin, or whatever spices you feel like using--it's your sauce. The sauce should be thick enough to cling to a spoon, then allowed to cool uncovered in a refrigerator.

Step three: cooking the monster.

Prepare your chicken by coating it with your chili rub and allowing it to sit out while you get the backyard grill started. When the coals are glowing, throw your chicken on the grill. Walk over to the tree and find some dry sticks; throw them on the coals, then drop the lid on your grill and let them chicken smoke like bandits. When the chicken is halfway done, brush on your teriyaki sauce (it should have thickened to a nice glaze overnight). You know the chicken is done when you can whack through the thickest part of the drumstick and find no blood in the marrow. Due to this dish's spiciness, I suggest serving it with lots of starchy rice to cool it down.

That's it. Yummy eatings, all.


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and now, an essay on coherency:
no, johnny! no...
hmph. what now? we're lost out here in the middle of the desert, with nothing but a couple barrels of vodka and some danimals! and some growth hormones, so we can see the moon! aye, here's to you, sanders--
an' what about johnny? are we just gonna leave 'im 'ere? what do you fancy we should do otherwise? i'm not hinting at anything, but the cranky tapioca-bottom probably whittled his way to this injured state. aw, what? can't you take an iota o' ye olde sympathy? dammit, man! sorry.i don't see why we need to take the training wheels off... stop yer yappin! no trainin' wheels until we figure out what to do with appleseed here. all right, you heard the man. fetch me neosporin! and some anesthetic! you don't need anesthetic for that, fascist! fascist, i'm not! anesthetic? why not use notting hill as usual? shut up! julia roberts shoulda gotten that golden globe. *sniffle* an' me training wheels? yes, we can take 'em off for ye... off? he wants 'em back on! johnny, snap out of it! what's this? the anesthetic's taking effect! *sniffle*
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jumping jumpers! johnny's got them candy-color glasses! sigh, i be cornered, lose the training wheels! was that a vocalization? dammit, man!

big moral dilemma:
should he lose the training wheels? will johnny be saved? post opinions to flyaway_fatboy69@yahoo.com .

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Ladies and gentlement, this is your president, Ronnie. Let's see. Well, I've got my banjo here, and my dog Rusty...and we're gonna...well, we're just gonna...uhh...just what were we--?

"Bark!"

"Secret Service here. Get the president backstage and administer his medicine. Ladies and gentlemen, I'm afraid that tonight's concert has been cancelled."

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Old 02-05-2000, 07:40 AM   #39
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That's okay. It probably wasn't worth sitting through anyway.

He wanted to bring his horse up there with him, but I refused. We just aren't equipped to deal with fetid ponycakes of that magnitude.

Maybe I should cancel the Jimmy Carter and Marilyn Manson debates I have scheduled for tomorrow night...

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Old 02-10-2000, 01:28 PM   #40
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Whoa! Careful, Zoom Rabbit, Radio Free Saturn almost went down in (or should I say 'as') history!

Keep posting people!


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