Worse Than America

Day 2,791, 14:01 Published in Japan Pakistan by Dio Buttercup

Well I guess there is no secret the eJapanese citizenship is the hardest to get unless you are eSerbian. In fact eJapanese citizenship is harder to get than American, all we have to do there is fill out a form. I'm not complaining I just felt like singing a song so I present Frank Zappa, the greatest asshole who ever lived.


Reiner Romer: Ladies and gentlemen, here he goes, Peter Rundel, he seems to be disgusted. Whatever. Ridero ridera! [...] Ha ha ha! LAUGH NOW! (HA HA HA HA HA!)
Be quiet! Von seiner Werkbank zu uns heute Abend hergekommen ist unser Hermann Kretzschmar wolle merm reinlasse? Laugh now! (HA HA HA HA HA!)

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A. Do you have a communicable disease; (COUGH NOW! Coughs . . . ) physical or mental disorder; or are you a drug abuser or addict?
Tell me, Bill, Yes or No. (No) Louder. (No!)

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Thank you very much! And welcome to the United States!
Reiner Romer: Thank you very much! Here they go! Frank Zappa and Hermann Kretzschmar! Back on stage, Peter Rundel!

I used to play in Joe's Garage
Kaptain Kidd