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KJ Bishop
Posted on Sunday, July 20, 2003 - 11:02 pm:   

I was looking up 'macarena', trying to find out about the Holy Virgin Macarena of Seville. I ended up at Googlisms, and thought there was a poetic quality in the list of results for 'who is macarena?' Here it is, with a few items cut, but the order of the rest unchanged:

macarena is a ho
macarena is a tool of satan himself
macarena is not feeling well
macarena is full on the dates you try
macarena is popular in indian discos
macarena is surrounded by them
macarena is taking the world by storm
macarena is flirting with his friends and dreaming of shopping trips
macarena is apparently a latin american mutation of the hootchy kootchy
macarena is from spain
macarena is coming back
macarena is frequently beaten by other street children
macarena is flitting about trying to encourage me to eat cakes and drink wine with her
macarena is the convergence point of six major ecological and geological forces
macarena is a rip
macarena is considered the protector of bullfighters
macarena is the best damn song and dance this side of the galaxy so live with it
macarena is not merely a song either
macarena is indeed an artificial icon
macarena is not the only source of ronald mcdonald's evil
macarena is a registered nurse
macarena is living with us just several months now
macarena is beautiful
macarena is going to pay the interest on the debt
macarena is 100 m from the hotel
macarena is no longer the sweet army widow
macarena is roger's first cavy and beloved pet
macarena is supplanting the wave at football games
macarena is never going out of style
macarena is a story full of surprises
macarena is a flamingo based import from spain
macarena is recommended for the motoring tourist
macarena is passť
macarena is chasing us solo today
macarena is a splashy newly renovated ocean
macarena is an ideavirus? he appears to contradict himself in other ways
macarena is strictly prohibited
macarena is the right
macarena is another way of energizing the delegates
macarena is the perfect casual slide
macarena is rounding the corner into view
macarena is for you
macarena is usually a very friendly donkey and never minded us getting close to her own baby last year
macarena is over? yeah
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ben peek
Posted on Monday, July 21, 2003 - 04:38 am:   

i have always had a deep and satisfying hatred for that song, and it pleases me to see it referenced as 'a tool of satan himself.'
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KJ Bishop
Posted on Monday, July 21, 2003 - 10:57 pm:   

Oh, I'm sure His Satanic Majesty loves the macarena. When we all go to hell, every night's gonna be macarena night. Macarena and karaoke. And down in the ninth circle, boot scootin'.
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bennie the saved.
Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2003 - 03:20 am:   

howdy,

ya'll lookin' at the new an' improved ben peek. now changin' his name to bennie, just to give an' extra shine to the ol'friendliness, i mighta add right 'ere. now 'fore, i mighta been on the express elevator right to the burning pit o'hell, but i done gone and changed my way, savin' puppies, not using no protection when i go an' procreate, and most importantly, avoidin' that darn macarena song which is surely the siren call of satan himself. (you mighta noted that i also gone an' done away with me cussin', too.)

now if ya excuse me, missus, i gotta go brush up on me latin.
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AB
Posted on Tuesday, July 29, 2003 - 09:39 pm:   

On to a more important topic. New intelligence coming out of Australia suggests that "drop bears" are nothing more or less than dead or dying koala bears. Koala bears in such a state tend to lose their grip and plunge from tree branches into the underbrush, sometimes inadvertently hitting tourists, croc hunters, and others.

The Alien Baby
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KJ Billabongwater
Posted on Tuesday, July 29, 2003 - 11:50 pm:   

AB,

It is true that a koala at death's door may fall from its tree, injuring innocents below. What has not been included in this particular report is that koalas may also fall out of trees due to the high THC content of the gum leaves which are their food. Your average koala is constantly stoned, leading to incidents of koalas being literally out of their trees.

However, I am saddened and disturbed by what appears to be yet another attempt on the part of tourist authorities to deny the very real peril of dropbears.

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Cheryl Morgan
Posted on Wednesday, July 30, 2003 - 12:33 pm:   

Scandalous! I see the dark hand of John Howard behind this. That man will do anything for tourist dollars.

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