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Colonel Van Von Vin Strumpet, neutral leader of the american North//South civil war reanactment society suddenly found himself caotured as a prisoner of war by the Native Americans Preservation Group whom grew extremely distrusting of the colonels involement and motives. This immeditately prompted Devlin to...

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...be the kind of gambling politician that made any Native American feel special and any Native UnAmerican want to flee to Paris, a sentence structure so mind bogglingglingglingglingg unrelated to the next part, many complaints have been filed in advance, while Strumpet, newly named "Mighty Winds Aplenty", ate small rodents for survival and tried to escape, each time ending up before the tribal counsel who, now bored with his antics, used him for the children's archery lessons, while Devlin...

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..then immediately contacted Sir Richard Attenborough whom lived somewhere in Attenborough to enquire about these strange small rodents which Strumpet had subesquently eaten for his own personal survival. Richard immediately then subsequently set about planking Colonel Strumpet to death with a splintery plank of timber wood which he always carried around with him for killing off the last remaining newly found species of the dwarf-blue-battypig.

Fortunately the Colonel just about survived the onslaught as there's been too much death here lately, but he learned his lesson and Devlin felt so guilty about it that he repented and has since changed his name by deed-poll to Angelin.

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Michael: Too much death? Fictional character population control is difficult enough with all their coming back to life behaviors getting in the way. They're like cartoons that can't be finished off, no matter how many times we try. Too much death? I say, not enough! I mean, how many times has someone blown everyone in here to bits, only to be mocked for the attempt? If some don't come back, we should all be damned grateful and make sure they have no openings to do so. It's a challenge that we must accept. Too much death? I'll murder the next to suggest it!

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Diedre: 'ello? I'd like to re-introduce meself as one of the, afore mentioned, characters. I'm also this writer's imaginary wife and...

*Kah-SPLAMB!!*

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16 ton weight???

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Of course. The foot would've been more fart-like.

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Well it could have been a ball peen hammer dropped from a very tall building.

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It was, but the bastard wanted more onscreen time.

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Announcer: ...and, on BBC39...is there a BBC39? No matter. I used to be at BBCKids, but they were a bit stuffy about certain lifestyles and I, being a uni-sexual, made them somewhat uncomfortable, to say the very least...
Engineer: Get on with it.
Announcer: Right. Sorry. Coming up in just a moment is "Christmas In Detroit", Episode Two. A new twist on the, so called, reality based shows that have glutted up the airwaves with their rubbish and in my, not so, humble opin...
Engineer: Get on with it!
Announcer: Sorry. We've sent 12 chartered accountants into one of the most dangerous cities in the US and dumped them in an alleyway, with no funds or forms of communication, to see which, if any, will survive. In Tonight's installment, we'll learn what became of Donald Zweefy after asking a gang member if he could use her cell phone and who ate the last bit of hamburger that Sylvia Twiddles had stashed in her "unmentionables". That seems a bit offensive!
Engineer: I'll edit it out.

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Announcer: And still now on BBC39, me! Yes ME! your favourite disembodied TV voice whom nobody knows. and now I will ramble on for the next 3 and a half hours with my droney voice with this very nice BBC logo spinning in the background. it's quite lovely isn't it? ooh look i just saw England pass by, oh look and there goes Sweden and now, ahem, Yes well enough about that....erm, umm..i bought a new bicycle last week, it has 3 gears and a bell. i ride it to work, i nearly fell off this morning though whilst trying to attempt a wheelie, and, ermmm, hmmm...nice weather outside today. yes well erm, this isn't a weather forecast is it?, hahaha, yes quite...hmmm, i wonder what's on ITV?...

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