Wanted: most bizarre firesign catchphrases

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Brian Westley

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OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?
The best I can come up with are:

"Mick! Me man't malk mere!"

and

Quid Malmborg in Plano


Any other similar ones?

---
Merlyn LeRoy

GL Tirebiter

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Damn, you're fats, Waller!

Everybody's turning blue!

Oh, he's in medical school for a few weeks in Mexico, Bob.

Here's a line of Indians leaving Rancho Malario, to make room for you!

--
Hey, mister! I want an ice cream! Wait for me!

Ian W. Hill

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You've got Globner's disease!

Not to be torturing me!

Pumaman
NYC

Please eliminate Mike Love to reply.

Reason Not to Be Cheerful, Part 4: Ian Dury (1942-2000)

I'm probably leaning too heavily on first impressions, but I'm starting not to
like Doctor God.
-- Norb, RATMM


Andy T.

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weird catchphrases, I think most of us could list dozens of them! here the
first couple that want to pop in my head today.

- Ohh, by the blood of St. Menses......

- With these balloons under our jerseys, I think we look like real Roller
Maidens....(well, you don't,not with that eyelash hangin down over your nose!)

- I picked it up in the Toilet!

- If you push something hard enough, it will fall over...

Cat Simril Ishikawa

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Don't Crush That Dwarf,
Hand Me The Pliers

Cat

Baggerm

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How about:

"Why, without your clothes, you're naked, Miss Dudley."

"That's just a two-bit ring from a cracker back jox."

"Draw the wagons up into a circle!
Why do you do that?
We get better reception that way!"

"Loosteners Caster Oil Flakes, with real Glycerine Vibra-Fome"

A Templeton Goff

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Brian Westley <wes...@visi.com> wrote in message
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Oh. I'd definitely have to go with:

"It's a pig that looks like a locomotive and tastes like flowers!"

Some others are:

"Animals without backbones hid from each other, or fell down."

"Eat flaming death, fascist media pigs!"

"Aw, hell no! As soon as I graduate, I'm gonna cut the soles off my shoes,
sit in a tree, and learn to play the flute!"

"The lights are cutting on and off like a crazy monkey!

"I have to make a visit to a very special patient."
"You mean... to Bambi?"
"I'm not mean to Bambi!"


Vermin Boy

GL Tirebiter

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In article <20000507035745...@ng-bk1.aol.com>,
gemm...@aol.comMikeLove (Ian W. Hill) wrote:

>Please eliminate Mike Love to reply.

Can you tell us where he lives, or is this an exercise?

And why do you want him eliminated?

glt

teslacle da deviant

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"More sugar!"

"I'm high alright but not on false drugs. I'm high on the real thing.
Powerful gasoline, a clean windshield and a shoeshine. Over."

"By golly! We're a proud service of the Lost Electricity Reclamation Agency,
Senator."

and of course:

"Something the leprechauns asked me when I was a sprout in Indiana has
always puzzled me. Doctor? Question. Evaluate. Why does the porridge
bird lay his egg in the air?"

Teslacle da Deviant
mij...@msn.com

Nino

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Here's some I use ALL the time:

That was no crazed sterno bum but a respected law enforcement officer.
(I get a lot of tickets)

Why...why this is a bag of shit! (So many opportunities with this one...)
What's alchemy to me or me to alchemy? (When I need a break)
Wait...I cannot dig and think together. (Upon interruption)

Eat 'em, wipe 'em off, eat 'em again - your first bag will be your last.
(When my wife makes goodies to bring to the office. Heh, heh.)

Yes weary wary shoppers, you can drop your load on the Giant Toad.
(It's the UPS guy with a delivery. And, yes, he's a TFT fan!)

...if there are NO eyes, avoid ALL contact. (Used in meetings or as filler)

Do you promise to covet property, propriety, plurality, surety, security and
not hurt the state, say what? (Sometimes you just want someone to
respond...)

That's metaphysically absurd. How do *I* know what *you* hear?
Welcome dear friends to the wonderful world of Snails and Adventure...
(The meeting is going badly)

Can you see me? What do I look like? (The meeting is a conference call)

Oh [.....], you're such a tool! (The phone is on mute...usually)

Next time we talk to you about gravity and it's opposite: comedy.
(The meeting is over)

And does this qualify as a catch "phrase"?:
Well, you know with Johnson's Newt Oil, newly extracted newt
oil from new newts, slides on your dry body like a newt might slide
over another two or three newts on a wet night in the burbling
underthickets of some tropical hell. If that's you, it could be you
and it could be you tonight. (This is used to regain control of a
meeting that's gone very astray. It brings the conversation to a
complete halt.)

Who says it's no fun working at the bank?
~Nino

Brian Westley <wes...@visi.com> wrote in message
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> OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?
> The best I can come up with are:
>
> "Mick! Me man't malk mere!"
>
> and
>
> Quid Malmborg in Plano
>
>
> Any other similar ones?
>

> ---
> Merlyn LeRoy

TinyDrTim

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Brian Westley wrote:
>
> OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?
> The best I can come up with are:
>
> "Mick! Me man't malk mere!"
>
> and
>
> Quid Malmborg in Plano
>
> Any other similar ones?

" . . . at's 2 Postmen, times 3 Animal Control Officers, divided by 2
Gassed Meter Readers, makes how many Bendable Integrated Community
Workers? Decode your answer now.

"Did you remember to carry the Bum? Good! The answ . . ."

Tiny Dr. Tim
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Cat Simril Ishikawa

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Nino wrote in message ...

>Here's some I use ALL the time:
>


you da newt, nino


David Sinclair

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"OK, everyone go 'way, then come back, have new adventure..."

"Oh, a old trick puzzle- so happen we find out the answer
tomorrow, next show!"

"Tie a girl to a bottle of bourbon and lower her down- I'm
a free man!"

"There's nothing on the back! ...So the game will go on today
without Code 2 rules..."

"Yes, Hideo, you have Farmer's Lung... related to Hartman's
Palsy, formerly known as Strassman's Syndrome, the only
cure for which is death."

"OK player, what are you doing here?" "Well, I want to get
out." "Ahhh, well then you're going to have to play to win."
"OK, but how do I win?" "Abandon the game..."

Ye gads- the list is endless! I have noticed, BTW, that half the
time people misquote if they do not refer back to the source
material; also that many of the most memorable segments
do not actually make good sound bites without severe
editing, and come to exist in condensed form in our memories.
The actual dialog, if you refer back, is often a bit wordy, as
the guys were painting word pictures, not tossing off one-
liners. Regards, Roto

In article <1o5R4.4807$wJ1....@ptah.visi.com>
wes...@visi.com (Brian Westley) wrote:

> OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?
> The best I can come up with are:
>
> "Mick! Me man't malk mere!"
>
> and
>
> Quid Malmborg in Plano
>
>
> Any other similar ones?
>

> ---
> Merlyn LeRoy


Murray Hill

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Have you seen the palace? Oh - you must you must - it won't be here much
longer you know - they are cleaning it.

Moh - vaz kazi vi check - vinyo Dah vin Nyet

Nekridieaches lifher?

In sfiyenikst faday

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Jim Lindberg

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She looked so helpless, spread eagle beneath me...

Richard Arnold

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Clean up Armenia. Get a hairlip.

...A man who has won more battles than he has fought...

They focussed us up real good, this time.

The President of the United States IS named Schiklegrubber.

- R


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xian

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He is the source of all that is wrong with the world.
You can find him leeched onto the side of Brian Wilson.

On Sun, 07 May 2000 18:45:51 GMT, I heard this from GL Tirebiter
<george_tirebiter*remove*@mac.com>:

>In article <20000507035745...@ng-bk1.aol.com>,
>gemm...@aol.comMikeLove (Ian W. Hill) wrote:
>
>>Please eliminate Mike Love to reply.
>
>Can you tell us where he lives, or is this an exercise?
>
>And why do you want him eliminated?
>
>glt

_ _ _
xian
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i run away again" - a. mendoza
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Stu Dent

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No. That's Agnes Moorhead.

--
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Stu Dent

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In message <39171EF2...@uiuc.edu>,
Marsha Woodbury <mars...@uiuc.edu> wrote:

> Below are some highlights of CPSR's recent/upcoming activities.
> ***********************************************************
> CPSR UPDATE -- May 8, 2000
> ***********************************************************
> 1) Shaping The Network Society:The Future Of The Public Sphere In
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> http://www.scn.org/cpsr/diac-00
> The Future Of The Network Society: Live It Or Live With It!
> Sunday, May 21, Party At Ispy, Seattle, WA -- $15

Snarfed from comp.org.cpsr.talk by Bone-E-Boi.

That is all, lovers.

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Dr. Jawn

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Richard Arnold wrote:

> They focussed us up real good, this time.

could someone remember me as to where this is from?
GMIOGMD????

a specific location??

TIA.

dj

remove spam prevention chars for a reply

xian

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First track, I think - Bebop starts to give the format of the station, and is
interrupted by Dwayne.
Bebop- "Ah - another focus group, huh?"
Dwayne- "Yeah, they focussed us up real good this time."

xian

On Tue, 09 May 2000 17:38:53 -0400, I heard this from "Dr. Jawn"
<drj_awn@*java_net.com>:

_ _ _

Nino

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Bendable? I always thought it was Vendable. Maybe they were like Gumby
figures.


TinyDrTim <blt...@oz.net> wrote in message
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" . . . at's 2 Postmen, times 3 Animal Control Officers, divided by 2
Gassed Meter Readers, makes how many Bendable Integrated Community
Workers? Decode your answer now.

"Did you remember to carry the Bum? Good! The answ . . ."

Tiny Dr. Tim
abroad the paisley horsey

ôżô

GL Tirebiter

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In article <6j2S4.96665$cZ.2...@typhoon.southeast.rr.com>, "Nino"
<Nino.S...@Bigfoot.com> wrote:

>Bendable? I always thought it was Vendable. Maybe they were like Gumby
>figures.

According to the Big Book... Bendable

Chromium Switch

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In article <george_tirebiter*remove*-
2E4B42.124...@news.sas.shaw.wave.ca>,

GL Tirebiter <george_tirebiter*remove*@mac.com> wrote:
> In article <20000507035745...@ng-bk1.aol.com>,
> gemm...@aol.comMikeLove (Ian W. Hill) wrote:
>
> >Please eliminate Mike Love to reply.
>
> Can you tell us where he lives, or is this an exercise?
>
> And why do you want him eliminated?
>

An even better anti-spam email would be
your.na...@aol.comSHIT

Then you could add the footer
"Please eliminate SHIT to reply"


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Curt Flowers

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How could we have missed these:

You can't get there from here.

They never come up into the hills.

The Department of Redundancy Department.

If you lived here, you'd be home by now.

[I hear these repeated by folks who haven't even heard of TFT.]

jjrundogg

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But,Honey, his name is Jesus
Who am us,anyway?
The Plague!!!!
Spades are always groovy
Okay, Indians....
Civilization,ho!
May I see your passport,please?
..tricky moral problems...
See me smile,see me smile
With disjointed(overly jointed?)memories(Dr.Memory!)partial and
paraphrasing is way cool. Depending on the # of Fireheads, just
completing each other's sentences starts to work like cutup
found poetry. Can be awesome. Boogie time/bebop comedy rocks.
At the '76 Campoon, the convention, ceremonies began with the
National Anthem. The band was a lone guitar player doin' the
Hendrix version, and us singing along like it was a baseball
game. We were so intent on keeping up with the "band" that it
wasn't until the final note that we realized we had just
enjoined about every culture and cultural artifact, ersatz or
otherwise, represented in that room.
Om,om range.

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xian

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Not responsible! Park and lock it!

Not quite the solution I expected.

...profusely illustrated...entitled "Leather Thighs"

He's no fun, he fell right over.

"That mule has a wanger-"

Major Hortabagy's Little Black Eagles

Unhealable Deep Cut Discounts!

Znuts!

Odds Teeth!

One of those damn kids has got a radio!

Frequency Man

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Has anyone written....

I squeezed it from my own sheep?

xian

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UTV - for You, The Viewer!

Anybody got any lynch?

On Wed, 10 May 2000 22:05:36 GMT, I heard this from "Frequency Man"
<r_fro...@yahoo.com>:

>Has anyone written....
>
>I squeezed it from my own sheep?
>

_ _ _

Larry Yaeger

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At 3:26 AM +0000 5/7/00, Brian Westley wrote:
>OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?

Is that desert I smell behind your eyes?

(By White Brainz on Toast from Eat or Be Eaten. The group's name being a nice play on "White Punks on Dope" by the Tubes.)

- larryy

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At 7:03 PM -0500 5/10/00, Larry Yaeger wrote:
>At 3:26 AM +0000 5/7/00, Brian Westley wrote:
>>OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?
>
>Is that desert I smell behind your eyes?
>
>(By White Brainz on Toast from Eat or Be Eaten. The group's name being a nice play on "White Punks on Dope" by the Tubes.)

Oops, of course that's:

Is that dessert I smell behind your eyes?
^^

Sigh.

TinyDrTim

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> In article, "Nino" <Nino.S...@Bigfoot.com> wrote:

> >Bendable? I always thought it was Vendable. Maybe they were like Gumby
> >figures.

GL Tirebiter replied:

> According to the Big Book... Bendable

> glt

You are correct, sir!

"Ok, Kids! And we have another letter here from our Happy Birthday
Gu-gu-gu-gumdropper in Sector R. It's little Sally I. Chink, er, uh,
Ching! And she's 12 years old today. Well, that's wonderful, Sally!
You're going to start menstruating soon, huh? Don't you think you ought
to be . . ."

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TinyDrTim

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Brian Westley wrote:
>
> OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?
> The best I can come up with are:
>
> "Mick! Me man't malk mere!"
>
> and
>
> Quid Malmborg in Plano
>
> Any other similar ones?

"Yes, at the Custer Memorial Indian School, Eddie's one of our Prize
students. We're giving him away next week."

Joey Morris

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Not so long ago TinyDrTim wrote:
> "Yes, at the Custer Memorial Indian School, Eddie's one of our Prize
> students. We're giving him away next week."

A little Egyp-shine, a little Egyp-sheen. Everybody knows I'm mad
Did a fine job on my ank-ules too
Now hold it right there!

Honey? Where's the dead cat?

All aboard for Fort Stinkin' Desert (and cobalt testing range)
--
Joe Morris, SysAdmin and Not Insane
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Frequency Man

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>Anybody got any lynch?


I don't care about your private life... or what his name is!!!

pmhi...@mfx.net

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How 'bout:

"What happened to your nose?" "I've just returned from Rome."

Pete aka TheBadBozo

Brian Westley wrote:

> OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?
> The best I can come up with are:
>
> "Mick! Me man't malk mere!"
>
> and
>
> Quid Malmborg in Plano
>
> Any other similar ones?
>

> ---
> Merlyn LeRoy

--
Do not insult the alligator
'till you've crossed the river.
anon.

pmhi...@mfx.net

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"St. Mickey's hands! He took me watch!"

pmhi...@mfx.net

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"Come, Pretty Ned; let me take thy head <sfx> and I will show thee
Norway."

Andy T.

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From the pub scene in GIANT RAT are a ton of my own personal favorite quotable
FST lines. One I think of or even say out loud often when I see a
well-stacked "babe" is....

"Look at the prow on THAT Steamer!!"

and, you can include many of the lines exchanged between Dick Wrench and Dr
Flotsam (in the pub in disguise) My fav's are....

Nothin's too disgustin fer ol' Dick Wrench!

Have you got anything for me, Dick?

Bend over, here comes olllle one-eye!

Get in that barrel, darlin, and we'll do it 'urricane style.


mark_time

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In article <1o5R4.4807$wJ1....@ptah.visi.com>,
wes...@visi.com (Brian Westley) unleashed a Fire-storm of replies
with:

>
> Any other similar ones?
> ---
> Merlyn LeRoy


I guess I'd better check in:

Off How Time Flys:
" Just do grass until your muscles come back...."

from In the Next World...:
"Eat flaming death, facist media pigs!"

from Giant Rat:
(someone else already said:)
"Get in that barrel, honey, we'll do it 'urricane style!"
& also
"Anyone here want to contact V.D.?"

Bozos:
"What goes in here...must come out there!"
&
"My mom always told me, You gotta start young if you're ever gonna stick
it out"

we could all go on & on. Maybe Brian's looking more for phrases that
have worked their way into non-Firesign mainstream usage..... ??
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The Flounder

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One phrase from "Eat Or Be Eaten" that has stuck with me all through
the dark ages until the moment I forgot it was... damn I forgot what it
was...never mind here's another I don't remember either..

"Welcome to Kuduzoo County. Population One Mower."

"You have'um choice Player, Death Or Chi Chi?" -chief

"Gimme death chief!" -player

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Chi....-chief
--
The Flounder -<"Q>x
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http://www.whimsicalicebox.com

Murray Hill

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I have been imprisoned by a faceless people for a crime of which I had no
knowledge and certainly did not commit but what of that. I me spare time I
have been pursuing me hobby, which is writing a great prison novel. I the
beginning I wrote with an incomposed (?) and parts of me own blood, however
that would not make an acceptable carbon so I acquired an electric
typewriter.

and,

If you push something hard enough, it will fall over

DaveShayne

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Murray Hill wrote in message <8fs7ea$1st$1...@nntp9.atl.mindspring.net>...

>I have been imprisoned by a faceless people for a crime of which I had no
>knowledge and certainly did not commit but what of that. I me spare time I
>have been pursuing me hobby, which is writing a great prison novel. I the
>beginning I wrote with an incomposed

I believe that should be " Ink composed etc, etc,...."

>(?) and parts of me own blood, however
>that would not make an acceptable carbon so I acquired an electric
>typewriter.
>
>and,
>
>If you push something hard enough, it will fall over
>
>
>
>

David Shayne

Murray Hill

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And here of course your own remote control picture size color tv with
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On Tue, 16 May 2000 15:22:33 -0400, "Murray Hill"
<murra...@mindspring.com> wrote:

>I have been imprisoned by a faceless people for a crime of which I had no
>knowledge and certainly did not commit but what of that. I me spare time I
>have been pursuing me hobby, which is writing a great prison novel. I the

>beginning I wrote with an incomposed (?) and parts of me own blood, however

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

er, uh dat's " ink composed of parts of..."

>that would not make an acceptable carbon so I acquired an electric
>typewriter.
>
>and,
>
>If you push something hard enough, it will fall over
>
>
>

and for want of a better woof:

"State password or die."

I fully intend to sample that in as my startup sound someday...

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On Sunday, May 7, 2000 2:00:00 AM UTC-5, Brian Westley wrote:
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> The best I can come up with are:
>
> "Mick! Me man't malk mere!"
>
> and
>
> Quid Malmborg in Plano
>
>
> Any other similar ones?
>
> ---
> Merlyn LeRoy

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On Sunday, 7 May 2000 00:00:00 UTC-7, Brian Westley wrote:
> OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?
> The best I can come up with are:
>
> "Mick! Me man't malk mere!"
>
> and
>
> Quid Malmborg in Plano
>
>
> Any other similar ones?
>
> ---
> Merlyn LeRoy

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On Sunday, May 7, 2000 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, Brian Westley wrote:
> OK, what are the oddest recognizable Firesign lines?
> The best I can come up with are:
> "Mick! Me man't malk mere!"
> and
> Quid Malmborg in Plano
>
> Any other similar ones?
> ---
> Merlyn LeRoy

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