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Ed B:

Forget it Mugsy. I know dis one - he ain't gonna talk.

Ed B:

Unfortunately Mister Pulver had a prior commitment today, but we brought in Mugsy to pinch hit for him.

John Cox:


"Pinch hit"...funny


"We have ways of making you talk. And all of them are funny."

Dr. Bob:

KiRKWOOD chronicles the death of the Miranda warning...

Jonny Miranda, a mime, is being questioned by the cops.

"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can be used... aw shoot, this isn't going work... you're a friggin' mime! Oy vey, Momma told me there'd be days like this."

Enough of this! Rocco, put him in the big glass box.


Get him a white hankie & he'll be able to surrender.

On an unrelated note, I was visiting a friend, & he had the TV on to this show called "Pawn Stars". They had a mini "quiz" (to bridge the commercials & keep watchers tuned in): The question was, "What was the most valuable sword in the shop? (1) A French so-&-so from the 18th Century, a 15th Century Katana, or some Czech thing that I don't even remember.

We agreed that it had to be the Katana (& it was by a large margin), but without missing a beat, my nephew piped in, "Nah, it's got to the French one--it's in mint condition."


Careful, a mime is a terrible thing to waste.

John Cox:

Hey Terry Jim

That one caught me off-guard. Made me laugh pretty hard.


Frankie wasn't going to talk. He believed in the dignity of man. He never saw Flinchy the Clown coming up behind him with a 'whoopie cushion'.


The face-paint union had always been run by clowns, everyone was aware of that fact. And mimes had always been tolerated as red-headed step-children because they were basically harmless and provided good cover for the clowns. Recently, though, their silent brethren had been getting out of line and actually cracking a few jokes during their "acts." That, simply, would not be tolerated.


The FOPOPF (Fraternal Order of Parvenus Opposed to the Piracy of Falafel) Local BR549 grilled Pierre for hours as to how he had discovered their hidden lair, & why he had failed to give the password when directed.

The silence was deafening as Drinky the Interrogator, once an illegal arms dealer during the U.S. petrol shortage of 1976, stared down the little "pouf de crème" in what was to be the mother of all undocumented immigrant standoffs.

They would have called in Flinchy, but he had long surrendered his DE for fear of being tied to a stake & burned--or perhaps thrown into a lake, &, if he didn't drown, be hanged for harboring sympathies for the Tea Party.

As Drinky grew impatient, he growled the new unabridged MSLSD slogan; "Lean Forward & Grasp Your Ankles"...


Forgot to say: "Great idea, KEVIN. Mind if I riff on it?"

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Hold down the noise. The silence is deafening.

Keep it up, Frenchie. We have ways of silencing you for good!

Tom Wms.:

I must be going deaf. I don't believe I caught your name.

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