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.....ready to make a caravan south with a certain Tom B as their guide intending to bring supplies to their dwarf friends from...
.....the Iron Hills who now lived in Khazad-dm and ran a dungeon for D&D fans to have adventures. They stocked it with many different kinds of monsters; however, as Gandalf had killed off the last Balrog they had to use as a substitute.....
...a stuffed Nazgul from the local pawn shop, the only flaw was...

.....it was stuffed with hot air and that was the reason he was eager to do a political career, all-though...
.....his constituents all thought of him more as a stuff shirt than a bundle of hot air, still .....
...he won the nomination and started his campaign for ...
.....Assistant Dog Catcher, which was a fairly easy job, for his bailiwick had 1,274 licenced cats, plus or minus 7 living in it, depending on the time of day, but only three dogs who were owned by.....
...by the small-half-opened-eye-race who were secretly hoping to be able to eat the poor devils...
.....if they were denied access to the sweet-tasting dogs. They were wondering though, how they were supposed to eat devils without knife, fork or other utensils.....
.....? The answer of course was on-a-stick, covered in a cornmeal bread, smothered in mustard, and sold by a relative of Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler. This sidewalk salesman lived in Minas Tirith and went by the name of.....
...Esio Trot which actualy consisted of his real name if anyone was far sighted which descrobed exactly how he moved like, a ......
.. trotting ass. It is a little known fact, but I am told that his moves inspired a dance later known as....
.....the Donkey Trot which was made famous by the renouned dancing duo of yore: Phred Apsair and Djinner Robbers. Their having four legs between them made it easy to.....
...dance kick and clop at the same time although the din was not very peasing to ghan-buri-buri-ghan...
....way of amusing other, but as the dancers became famous everyone though their way of moving was the right one and then....
.....the most horrible accident occurred: a misplaced gopher hole was most suddenly found, breaking the leg of one of the dancers who said, ".....
...So this is the kind of luck one gets when everybody wishes us:'Break a leg', to be quite honest I do not feel ....
.....very happy about it, in fact it brings to mind the story Honest Abe Lincoln used to tell about a man being interviewed: he was asked how he felt as he was being ridden out of town on a rail after being tarred and feathered. The man replied, "If it wasn't for the honor of the occasion, I'd just as leave walk."

So the three legged donkey had to drop out of the dance and instead started reciting poetry. There once was a lad from.....
Quote:
There once was a lad from

................................ Tibet
He went west as far one can get.
He travelled that far
Without seeing a bar
So he .......
................................ Tibet
He went west as far one can get.
He travelled that far
Without seeing a bar
So he asked, 'Where can my whistle get wet?'

The applause was almost as great as the boos, and as they hadn't thrown any vegetables at him he bowed and left the stage for.....
...an agent, with such a success for so little, he was certain for a world of stardom and wanted a Hobbitan from Buckland to mangage his ....
.....short lived career, little did he know he would drown the next day while punting down the rapids of the River.....
....Niagara, bordering USA from Canada, in a barrel half-filled with porter in case it would be a long journey he might endure thirst and other...
.....other bodily wants as the barrel started its downward plunge towards the mists.....
.....but then suddenly and strangely started to float upward the river away from the falls as some.....
.....claw of one of the Great Eagles had scooped it out of the path of destruction and sent it wending/winding/winging in its way to.....
... freedom, future and fortune for as he withdraw his thumb and glimsed through his peeping hole in the barrel, he luckily ....
.....saw only air and thus wasn't as afraid as he would have been if he could have seen the horizon or the sea and rocks below. When the Great Eagle, whose name translated as Thunder Wing, neared a grassy plain he flew lower and.....
....dropped a message to the grass-eaters there, before he went for his nest in the mountains where he intended to hatch the barrel....
The grass-eaters, upon seeing the message on the ground, ignored it and continued chewing their cud and softly lowing tio each other. Soon a tuft of turf rotated and out popped a wee person who grabbed the message and.....
....with loud voice roared out: "Listen you greedy grass-eaters, listen ever so closely; I am here to declare you, on behalf of.......
..... the High King of this Land, Empororer of the Universe, Lord of All Creation, and Master of None (where ever that is), that you are hereby summoned to appear on the fifth day of this month at the hour of seven o'clock in the evening before the Royal Throne at.....
.....Grondypolis where you will be invited to participate in a crime against.....
.....the Toadstool People who have usurped the High King's privilidge of.....
.....endorsing new services to old friends of any regime bonding to....
.....the Mugwumps who refused to entertain the court, instead they decided to.....
...sell titles as Lord of Gogglywatch, or Lady Blumpherfreak to newly-rich people who .....
.....deemed to join the upper crust of the social pie.

Meanwhile, over in the Southfarthing.....
... everyone sat flabbergasted almost as struck by light'n'thunder with their hands covering either ears or mouth because of .....
.....the third monkey's position, she with the covered eyes, had already been assigned to.....
....play the lead role in a new flick directed by Quentin Tarantino presented as.....
.....a puff piece about a hit-man and his hobby of crocheting armchair doilies and.....
......having access to a certain Mr Doiley's stock linen cloths, he intented to be the greatest draper/hitman London ever.....
.....lost in their famous split-pea soup fog which had just a hint of ham or was that due to the actor who this time was playing Shylock Homes, master burgler and amateur.....
.. drug addict, but in the real world known as Sigismund Holmes was the smarter brother who invented.....
.....a dance called the 'Rabbit Jump', but would have better named the 'Bunny Hop', had that name not already have been used for another dance. The Kangaroo Jump might be a good name for.....

I can't remember what it was called I just remember them holding their hands like paws in front of them and singing 'One, two, three hop!' And then there was the wonderful sword fight above the river and all those extra sets of plans.
.. any dance involving more than one person from "Down Yonder", I guess our Australian friends are able and.....
.....drink good beer as long as they stay out of the sun or use axle grease as a sun-block, so as not to develop.....
....a decent Utopian political system where yes means yes and nobody were able to...
.....buy a good five cent cigar or a find a chicken in every pot, which would be quite unhygenic, even though.....
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