Screen Name: Unkle Phebus

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Latest Spoof News Story: Friday 9th March 2007

Spoofing since: Wednesday 7th March 2007

Location: MIT Manheim Institute of Tech

Profile: Was once a special aide de camp to the famous Bavarian General Rudolph Von Rumpinpimple. If you had paid attention in school, you would remember vividly his amazing victory over the Serfs of Paris in Cambodia in 1754. His strategy is still studied closely today by professional exterminators worlwide. Later in life I took up another career as a Lemming Trainer for General Motors. This postion took too much of my free time and was not very rewarding. Mainly due to the fact that if you have "trained one, you've trained them all". When I left GM, I thought I would enjoy a midlife crisis. I purchased a 1956 Denbeigh Limited and set out cross county with my ever faithful companion, Fido the cat. We were separated in St. Louis by a horde of Religious Bikers on thier way to Branson to worship at the Shrine of St. Andy Williams. I never saw Fido or those bikers again. Undaunted, I proceeded on toward my final destination of Barfinsnot, Idaho. In case you're wondering why I chose a metropolitan area as opposed to the quiet solitude of the county. It's because I enjoy the everyday hustle and bustle of 6000 retarded bovines in pursuit of their next mouthful of food at the local buffet.

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