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November 11, 2004

THIS IS THE KIND OF LINK JUDI IS SUPPOSED TO POST

...but I'll do it, so people will stop sending it in.

(Thanks to many people)

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Ok, guys, now I feel like an idiot. I'm sorry; I was just feeling sorry for myself. I guess I need to stop and think before asking for attention, because I seem to forget that it embarrasses me and makes me realize how foolish I am.

Mr. Fisher, I'm no well-oiled machine, but certainly well buttered after the buttering up you just gave me. And Lab, sweet talk is great, but you can't sweep my off my feet. Nor sweet talk me into sweeping.

I'm guessing you figured that my guilt would kick in and I'd sweep as penance? Well, no sireebob, not me, no how, no way.

*clouds of dust rise as she sweeps*

You aren't getting a broom in MY hand; nope, it ain't happening.

*cough, cough* *vision is obscured completely by the swirling dust*

Where did all this dirt come from anyway? Must be all the dirty minds they let loose here.

Look, Lab, the rest of the world is finally starting to understand!!


Brooklyn really is the center of the universe!

Posted by: Jeff Meyerson on March 11, 2005 02:13 PM

I had to read your post multiple times in order to figure out what you were talking about! LOL

Thanks for sweepting for us. Have a MOATarita on me. Oh, you missed a spot. --->

And, I knew you'd feel bad, yes. And I knew I could guilt you into sweeping. heh heh

After all, I am EVIL, remember.

New Sensation
Sensation Blues

I'm here to save your grammar!

Find deer to shave your lemur!

Sensation Blues
Back in Black

Back in Black
Karma Chameleon


hehehe kumakumakumakuma

Karma Chameleon
No Way In Hell

HAHAHAHAHAH!!

HAHAHAHAHAH!!

OK.

Whew!

No Way In Hell
Happy To Be Stuck With You

Happy To Be Stuck With You
Yes, Baby

Yes, Baby
Yes I Guess They Oughta Name a Drink After You

Ok, I am having fun seeing if they DID name a drink after anybody here. I'm not exactly familiar with drinks; beer and margaritas are about the limit of my knowledge. I'm sure you are all familiar with them, but some of these names just caught my eye.

So did any of these get their names from of any of you?

Sloe Comfortable Screw Up Against The Wall With A Kiss
Woo Woo
Brain Haemorrhage
Chocolate Monkey
Banana Boat
Between the Sheets
Freddy Fudpucker

*admits to drinking a Freddy Fudpucker*

Hey it was my 21st!! That was 10 years ago.. almost (I'm still 30..that means that I'm not over 20.. yet. I'm holding out as long as humanly possible. After that I lie). And I only drank it cause the guy who bought it didn't like it so he threw some random things in it (jelly beans, chilli peppers, a chunk of beef & a couple of other things )and dared me to drink it. This is the same guy that I beat in a vinegar-drinking competition 5 yrs previously at a mutual friend's 16th birthday party. You think he'd know better. Not only did I drink the FF, I pulled the chillis out and ate them straight.

All in all, I prefer a Malibu & Coke. Or a Bloody Mary. Or a Killer Coffee. Not another FF.

Oh.. and where were we up to?

Yes I Guess They Oughta Name a Drink After You

Yeah, Right!

*zips in*

*does the Happy to be Back Zippy Dance*

Yeah, Right!

Tie me Kangaroo Down, Boy

Tie me Kangaroo Down, Boy
You (from the album "Animal Rights")

Tie me Kangaroo Down, Boy
You (from the album "Animal Rights")
Unleash the Dragon

hee hee hee! from Dave D. on the Dave D. Last Thread:

Just checking in - been busy - just joined a local martial arts program and at LAST I found the best method of staying in shape and learning new skills that pay-off in the day-to-day routine that comes with living in the Washington, DC area...

Stooge-Fu is a system of many unconventional techniques, weapons or whatever is at hand used to dominate your opponent.

Origin: United States.

History:

Stooge-Fu was developed in the early 1900s in the United States from a system commonly known as "slapstick". Slapstick was used by many in those days and was introduced to the only Stooge-Fu masters Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Jerome (Curly) Fine by Ted Healy. Moe, Curly, and Larry subsequently broke with Ted and developed slapstick into what is now know as Stooge-Fu.

Although many have tried to duplicate the masters of Stooge-Fu, none have come close to success. While still practiced by some, there are currently no known masters of Stooge-Fu.

Stooge-Fu is well known for the distinctive sound made upon a successful strike. A fist to the forehead strike, if done properly, will produce a distinctive sound similar to two coconut halves being pounded together.

Stooge-Fu also uses many open-hand techniques to the face, called slaps. These strikes also result in a distinctive smacking sound when applied properly. This strike is also useful against multiple opponents who are side by side. After slapping the first opponent, the hand can be followed through to slap the next opponent, and the next.

A common move in the art of Stooge-Fu, is the "Moe-Eye-Poke". The Grandmaster, Moe used it often. Occasionally his protégés would be able to block this move using a knife hand placed vertically about the bridge of the nose. In most cases, Grandmaster Moe was able to pull off the move successfully by luring his opponents in to "pick out two".

Combination moves are also a feature of Stooge-Fu. A common one employed by Grandmaster Moe would be an abdomen punch followed immediately by a fist to the forehead. You'll know it was applied properly if the "bass drum" sound occurs from the abdomen punch and the opponent bows over. This is usually followed up with a fist to the forehead, which returns the opponent to the upright position, thus making him vulnerable for a follow-up attack.

Master Curly favored the defensive moves of Stooge-Fu, being the quivering hand wave. This move can be described by quickly shaking you wrist while moving your hand up and down in your opponent's face. If done properly, the opponent will be distracted and his gaze will be fixed upon your hand, giving you time to escape. It has limited offensive capabilities as well. For example, when your opponent's gaze is fixed upon you hand, you can lower it and pat the ground, in which case the opponent's head will follow, and smack the ground in a similar fashion.

Not uncommon to Stooge-Fu is the use of feints, or distractions to create an opening. One such example is to present your fist to your opponent about chest-high and say "see that?" The opponent will slap the fist sending it in a circular movement behind you and back over your own head to result in a rap on your opponent’s skull. Great discretion should be observed before attempting this move, because used indiscriminately, you could end up rapping your own skull.

Some moves in Stooge-Fu are designed for multiple attackers. One of these is using the opponent's jacket against him and his partner. When one of the opponents is removing his jacket to thrash you, you must maneuver your arm into his empty sleeve before he gets his arm out of the other sleeve. Then with a spinning movement, you strike his partner with your fist and turn such that when he strikes back, your opponent, who is caught in the other sleeve, receives the blow. Then repeat the process until both opponents are rendered unconscious.

Stooge-Fu is not just limited to strikes. There exists numerous grabs as well. One commonly used grab is to pull a handful of the opponent’s hair out of his head, also resulting in a loud tearing sound when applied properly. Master Curly showed the best defense for this move by keeping his head shaved.

Stooge-Fu also employs a wide variety of weapons. Some of these are hammers, pipes, various dishes, power tools, boiling water, hot irons, ink pens, golf clubs, vices, saws, etc...

While on the subject of weapons, pie-hurling was a favorite technique of the Masters. Although pies, pastries and eggs were the main items of throwing due to their damaging effects, food of all sorts could be used effectively.

Psychological aspects of Stooge-Fu include intimidating yells such as, "Why you, nitwit! I oughtta murder you!", and "Hey, Porcupine! Come here!" and "Remind me to kill you later!”.


Posted by: Dave D. (MBE LP) on March 13, 2005 06:32 AM

,i>BULLETIN!

new moat - something to do with Elvis and Rocking

Technically speaking... it's

Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport,

but it's too late to be bothered with technicalities

Meanwhile.. further down the thread...

Dead Skunk

Sitting Inside My Head

I used to get the lyrics to this wrong all the time. I thought it was all about drugs. Turns out it's about drinking. That's just so much better.

Drunk Again

(resisting re-using Numa Numa Iei... you have to be drunk for that one)

No, Not Again

No, Not Again
Not a Second Time

Not a Second Time
Enough's Enough

Enough's Enough
How Much Is Enough

How Much Is Enough
How Would I Know

How Much is Enough
Hold My Hand (brought to you in [part] b Hootie and the BlowFish)

*strolls out in a brand new tailored thong*

*winks at the ladies*

*trips over a Kangaroo*

*splort*

Oooh, ooh, and don't anybody take this word personally, but I've been waiting to use this song!

Hold My Hand
How Stupid Mr. Bates

;)

How Stupid Mr. Bates (it's ok Neo, I get that alot, really I'm fine)

Broken Wings (sung by Mr.Mister ;)

Oh, yeah I'm supposed to be ;(

sung by Mr.Mister? Wow, Mr. Fishair, you've taught yours to sing? I'm very impressed!

Broken Wings
We Could be Flying

We Could be Flying
Fill the Air

(Why yes, Neo. But the funny thing is that now matter how long he sings, at some point he always gets choked up. )

Was that "Fill the Air" or "Feel the Air"?

Ah well, no matter.

Fill the Air
Air Giant

Oh my gosh! I need more A's to work with! There are some great "air" related songs! :D

Air Giant

The Purple People Eater

(Hey, it COULD be linked!)

The Purple People Eater
Really Long One

Really Long One

Only After Dark

(can't seem to think of an A, Neo, course I'm usually thinking with my A, so maybe there's a conflict of interest)

Inches Feet Miles by Heywood Banks

Oh, a mile is five thousand two hundred eighty feet
Fifty-two eighty
Five-two-eight-ohhh
And everybody knows that a foot is twelve inches
Twelve inches
Inches in length

That’s sixty-three thousand three hundred sixty inches
In a mile
That’s sixty-three thousand three hundred sixty inches
In a mile

Oh, the average body has 45 miles of nerves
Forty-five
Forty-five miles

That’s two million eight hundred fifty-one thousand two hundred
Inches of nerves
Inches of nerves

And you are getting on every inch of my
You are getting on every inch of my
You are getting on every inch of my
Nerve

Yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah
(Repeat and fade)

Only After Dark
Day is Done

Day is Done
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
Knight Moves

Night Moves


Song Sung Blue

*zips in*


That should be:

Knight Moves

Song Sung Blue


Carry on.

*zips out*

Song Sung Blue
Everybody Knows Everything
Everybody Knows A Little Something

Everybody Knows a Little Something

Something's Missing In My Life*

.

.

.

* Sorry for the weenie music... but it was the only link that came to mind.. and look at the time I'm posting at!! (ignoring the fact that BCT or even EST is several hours out from NZST and I should be wide awake)

Something's Missing In My Life
Live, Laugh, Love

Live, Laugh Love

Love is a Battlefield

*somebody love me a moatarita please?*

Love is a Battlefield
Bullet Proof

*Loves everyone a Moatarita w/ a splash of Sangria on the top*

*swirl*

mmmmmmmmmmmmm.......

Bullet Proof


(The) First Cut is the Deepest

Love is a Battlefield
Bullet Proof
(The) First Cut is the Deepest
There Are Many Dangers

Sad But True

Sad But True
(ok I couldn't decide, but these are all Stones songs)
Take it or Leave it
Try a Little Harder
Too Much Blood
Too Rude
Too Tough
Torn and Frayed
Thru and Thru
Turd on the Run
Tumbling Dice
and my favorite
Tie You Up (The Pain of Love)

You Pick Ladies and Gents! (but NOT YOUR NOSES!!)

Whew, those Moataritas are really kickin in!

Tie You Up
Pain and Pleasure

Psst, Mr. Fishair, love a moatarita over this way!

Pain and Pleasure


Everybody Loves a Baby

Pain and Pleasure


Everybody Loves a Baby

To celebrate my new computer AND high speed:

A DOUBLE POST!

Everybody Loves a Baby
Baby Loves to Rock

Baby Loves to Rock
Kyrie (YES!!, I got another Mr.Mister song in!)

*Loves MissNeo a morning Moatarita*

Way to stick it to us twice Elaynior!

Wait, that didn't so good, huh?

Baby Loves to Rock

Rock Me in the Groove

Oops. LTTG

Kyrie
Even When I'm Blue

Even When I'm Blue

Everything Dies in Time

Everything Dies in Time
Tomorrow! Tomorrow!

Tomorrow Comes Today

The Show Must Go On

The Show Must Go On
Not Now James, We're Busy

Not Now James, We're Busy
Back Door Man

Wai,wai,WAIT!

Redo redo!

Not Now James, We're Busy
Beatin', Banging and Scratching

oh yeah, much saucier.

Going Wild For You Baby

Saucy Fish... wasn't that discussed on the MOAT today?

Going Wild for you Baby


Younger Than Springtime


Mr. Fishair - I didn't know that was a "redo" rule!!!!!

Going Wild for you Baby


Younger Than Springtime


Mr. Fishair - I didn't know that was a "redo" rule!!!!!

*zips in*

Apparently this particular thread likes me sooooo much that it double posts all my entries!!

*zips out feeling quite satisfied with her explanation*

Younger Than Springtime
Each Season Every Year

Each Season Every Year

Restless Wind

Restless Wind
Damn Right I've Got the Blues

Damn Right I've Got the Blues

Sea of Sorrow

Sea of Sorrow

Walking on Broken Glass

Walking on Broken Glass

(The) Ground Beneath Her Feet

OK.. I had to search a bit for this. The only "walking" related song I could think of was "These Boots Are Made For Walking" and I couldn't fit that in under the rules. It didn't really quite follow the theme either. But it's St Pat's day and I've been drinking Irish coffee. Slainte!

The Ground Beneath Her Feet

Follow Me Around

Follow Me Around

Dr. Feelgood

Dr. Feelgood
Feel That?

[random comment]

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling


(broke all rules to honor St. Pats Day - sue me!)

Father O'Flynn


O Danny Boy


(since I'm not being sued my rule-breaking knows no boundaries!)

Actually, I used the "O" - so that makes me "O"K!

Black is the Colour

Rainy Day in Georgia

or is that

Rainy Night in Georgia???

Whatever!

In honor of Goddess of Fertility Day

Goddess of Fertility

(Found on that hugely popular album Nature Goddess by Ancient Brotherhood, along with the wonderfully titled songs "Goddess of the Full Moon," "Goddess of Fire," "Goddess of Amazon," and "Elder Goddess.")

[One of these things is not like the others...]

*grumble* *grumble* [random comment]

Goddess of Fertility


You're So Vain

You're So Vain

Vaseline

oooops.

Still stuck on yesterday.

Neo, It was a bad thing about my uncles' band playing last night because, I had class until 10:30, and I wasn't able to go. I'm sure it was great for him and my aunt though. ;)

Vaseline

*snork*


Emmaline

I keep reading Tie me Kangaroo Down, Boy as Tie me Down, Kangaroo Boy

/end random comment

Vaseline

End Like That

(No, there is no relation between the song I put and Vaseline, however this list was sadly lacking in Bruce.... )

:)

or maybe it's Maybelline (?)

but isn't that mascara? *talking to myself here*

You're putting mascara on a Kangaroo???


*confused*


at least its better than a Kangaroo covered in Vasiline!!!!

*stops rubbing vasoline on the kangaroo*

Oops. Sorry about that, mate.

End Like That
Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart

Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart
Trip Away

[STP to Jane's Addiction segue!]

Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart

Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me (U2)


*making sure to keep away from the Vasoline covered Kanga*

:P

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