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Intimidation
comedy wasted :: You can call me, 'Sir'

Since ‘Indians’ was too culturally insensitive for a high school mascot, the school board voted unanimously to change their name to the Pawtucket Homosexual Nazi Midgets in an effort to intimidate, but not discriminate.

    TAGS:  school, homosexuality, Indians, intimidation, discrimination, midgets, mascots


What I’d really love for my birthday is to have Dennis Hopper call all of the difficult people in my life (customers, certain co-workers, attitudinal friends, etc.) and shout at them in the manner of Frank Booth in Blue Velvet until they are reduced to piles of quivering fear-goo, but somehow I’ve a feeling that a steep price tag would be attached.

    TAGS:  work, intimidation, Dennis Hopper


Rufus thought that his mom wouldn’t sell her basement surveillance tapes to the FBI, like she’d threatened over breakfast, but my friend Schuster wasn’t so sure and quietly suggested that maybe it was time to take care of the problem once and for all; the two loud taps of the broom handle on the kitchen floor above clearly said, “Think again.”

    TAGS:  Rufus & Schuster, polite violence, murderous intentions, surveillance, FBI, intimidation


 

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