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211Re: Capt. Hawkeye Pierce and M*obile A*rmy T*ripical H*ospitality

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  • Mark
    May 1, 2003
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      Hawkeye + BaseHighBall + Tor = very funny
      --- In Tor_Hershman@yahoogroups.com, "Kappolino" <kap0kap@y...> wrote:
      > I heard of this but never had the chance to read about the very
      hign
      > pitcher's mound, thanks, Tor.
      > --- In Tor_Hershman@yahoogroups.com, "Tor Hershman" <rev_tor@h...>
      > wrote:
      > > Pitching a major league no-hitter is quite an accomplishment.
      Read
      > > how Doc Ellis did it on acid.
      > > http://www.sirbacon.org/4membersonly/docellis.htm
      > > ¶
      > > Recently, at Ed Wood's Holy Haven, a member asked if anyone ever
      > > bought anything because of receiving Spam. So, I wrote this
      > reply.
      > > Wifey thinks it is funny.
      > > ¤_____¤
      > >
      > > I bought a fast and easy, no money down, sexy, hot, naked,
      amateur,
      > > teen, hottie, dirty brunette, housewife, with large natural
      > breasts,
      > > who had free Viagra on her 42 inch plasma TV, which she watched
      > while
      > > earning big bucks working at home after she found the right car
      for
      > > the right price and that gave her more energy, more desire, more
      > sex,
      > > more cum and got her out of debt by reducing her monthly payments
      > by
      > > making her lose weight by having her get the world's smallest
      > camera
      > > that allowed her to cruise the sunny Carribean while attracting
      men
      > > and women with her hot new perfume from her approved discount
      > > merchant account because her loan had been granted by Vice
      > President
      > > Alex J. Kabola, who split 16 million in bank notes with her, but
      > > alas, I had to send her back - she wasn't caffeine free.
      > > ¤_____¤
      > > Oh yeah, last week Scientific American Frontiers was on PBS.
      Wifey
      > > and I had just changed channels, the show was already in
      progress.
      > > Alan Alda was doing his best acting job of trying to portray
      > > childlike-curiosity; he was starring at a screen.
      > > I said,
      > > "What is this, a `lobotomized monkey in front of lava lamp'
      show."
      > > It made Wifey blow tea out of her nose. You had to have been
      > viewing
      > > the tube's screen to really appreciate the humor/timing.
      > > ¶
      > > Best Regards,
      > > Tor
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