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 Bobs Slacktime Funhouse 
 Weekly Program
 Rev. Susie the Floozie  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) 
 Warning: Program only suitable for FCC-designated safe harbor (10PM to 6AM).
Pack a bowl and come along on this low-speed Bronco chase--because you can't BEAT IT! You'll marvel at the updated mix of my legendary Michael Jackson/O.J. Simpson Hellspree show! Originally created in January of 2004, this one was a major step in the development of my Recombinant Comedy™ technique, and man, the plot didn't just jell--this thing CLOTTED. Two individual fatelines tangle and snarl as they twist themselves into a single sputtering fuse that ignites an explosion of violence, murder, and mayhem! A brobdingnagian orgy at Neverland Ranch turns bad, and not in the usual childraping sense--because making the scene with Michael's guests Liz Taylor, Mike Tyson, and Kato Kaelin is psycho murderer O.J. Simpson! The mutilated bodies start stacking up--but then the narrative takes a shockingly dark turn, as Frank fucking Booth shows up--to team up with O.J., kidnap Michael, and take us all on a little joyride, tearing ass across state lines straight to BLUE VELVETville!!!

But get this--the final explosive eruption of retribution is still to week, when we get to hear PART TWO!

With music by Yellowman, Negativland, a "Gay Simpsons" mix by some unknown internet fiend, the bodice-ripping OJ Simpson anthem "When Heroes Fall" by some deranged fan--and WESLEY WILLIS tells it like it is!!! (And I know the BLUE VELVET party sequence at Ben's will drive astute listeners crazy, because ten years ago, I couldn't nail a copy of Bill Doggett's "Honky Tonk Pt 1" to flesh out the background music over the parts I added to I had no choice but to glean bits of music from the pauses between lines of dialogue. So yes, it really sounds choppy as hell. But it's still pretty good for a bimbo, huh?)

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