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In a groundbreaking experiment, at the world-renowned BUgosi Telepathic Treatment Surgery, Dr.Adonis B. and myself undertook the painstaking task of realigning the neural networks of a troublesome patient, using telepathic brain imaging.......
The patient, who we shall refer to as "Tom", had been terrorising residents at the Bugosi Animal Research Farm (B.A.R.F.), with his voracious 'appetite' - to the extent that the population of the institute had quadrupled, in the space of 10 weeks!
By simply transferring the image of a simple pair of scissors to the neural networks of "Tom" we succeeded in 'castrating' the little ba***** without the use of any sharp object!
"Tom" is now known as "Tomasette"......

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lelabugosi

Nope, 'fraid not!

gemstone

Any news?

lelabugosi

Thanks, all!

patsquire

We're keeping our fingers crossed for you both, you know.

Elfie

Oh dear!!! TERRIBLE... so sorry for you!!!

gemstone

But tomorrow is May!

lelabugosi

Still at home.....still waiting......

Elfie

Started thinking again - Lela, how is Mrs Bugosi???

Elfie

ME???? NOOOOO - I'm not thinking at all....

JM_Cookie

Are you you thinking of sending me scissors right now?
:-(

Elfie

Don't THROW them for heaven's sake Mat, just think of them very calmly....

JM_Cookie

I have heard of throwing daggers with your eyes but never scissors with your thoughts
Just say'n

Elfie

We've come much further than later now... what are we waiting for????

Elfie

Or later..... perhaps......... there's a time for whatever.....

lelabugosi

Or....erm....next week......

gemstone

Or the day after...

lelabugosi

No, noooo.......no spirits involved!
Just a bit of thought transference, a bit of hypnotic suggestion, and a pair of imaginary scissors.......
The science of tomorrow!

Elfie

It's not science - it's spiritualism..... very interesting....

lelabugosi

All in the name of science, thousands-of-cakes!

cakes1947

OUCH!! Telepathic or not ... OUCH!!! Thanks again lela! :)))))))
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lelabugosi

Hee-Hee! (Tsk,tsk) (tut,tut).....

patsquire

Well gemmeee, it seems like you know her even better than I do, maybe?

gemstone

I thought Churchy's head usually was down...just saying...

Sir_Wainthorpe_Bugosi

Why, on my lappytop, of course!.......Just keep your head down, so that I can see where I'm going............

Church_Lady

Sir Winny, your Sopwith Camel only has one seat! Where am I supposed to sit!

patsquire

Oh my, it would be a sight to behold, if only it were somewhere more accessible than the cockpit of Sir Winny's Sopwith Camel at 5,000 feet.

Church_Lady

OOOOOOOOOO I'm on my way!!!!!!!

Sir_Wainthorpe_Bugosi

Helloo, my cherry-lipped pudding pie......I have now oiled my joy-stick, so just say the word when you fancy a ride to the stars!

Church_Lady

Hello?

Elfie

Here it's too early for lights yet ... sorry...

patsquire

Yes, I thought you'd see the light.

lelabugosi

Oh, that's alright then.........

patsquire

Just by a hair, by a whisker, by a fine Finlandian wisp of the blondest locks. In other words, YOU'RE ELEVEN DAYS LATE YOU HEATHEN! May the grace of a forgiving father snatch your condemned soul from the fires of perdition.........and make you do penance for the rest of your earthbound days!

lelabugosi

Tell me, Mr.Squirt.....have I missed Easter?

patsquire

And as we all know it's best to keep one's eyes at least half-closed in Bugosiland. There's always the danger of seeing something you can never unsee!

lelabugosi

No, no, nooo - they live INSIDE the trees, and only come out at night for a sing-song......As they make their clothes from tree bark, all you would see would be loadsa trees and a few eyes............And that would only be the ones who happened to have their eyes open at that time.......

jignut

We'd like to see them. Maybe you could make a puzzle for us? MMMMMM?

lelabugosi

Of course, the tree-dwelling Bugosis of Little-Bonga-In-The-Wood, are from another branch entirely........

gemstone

Watch out for the ones with prehensile tails! Just saying...

suemarie

You do have the most fascinating family tree--I think that some of the members have yet to make it down out of the branches......

lelabugosi

Well, I can't help thinking that they are directly related to the great Benjamin Bugosi.....in a relative way, of course.........

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suemarie

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Are these relations of yours by any chance, lela?

patsquire

Hi everybody, and I hope your Easter was as much fun as mine!

I'm back from a wonderful Easter weekend at my daughter's house. My other daughter, her husband and my two grandkids were all there too! What great times we had!!!

Some fine, fine new memories were made!

My four-year-old grandson has started narrating life sotto voce. He watched Alex walk through the house toward the front door and as he reached for the doorknob he said, "There goes Alex." He was cracking his first Easter egg to eat, tapping it on a paper towel on the table, then peeling off the tiniest bits of shell until he could see a little of the egg and said, "And there it is."

My six-year-old granddaughter has a new knock-knock joke.

"Knock-knock."
"Who's there?"
"Interrupting cow."
"Interru-
"MOO!"

A debate arose during a game and my older daughter looked it up on Google. She was right and I was wrong. She raised her arms in victory and said, "Who knows the most?" My granddaughter said,"Google."

Church_Lady

Happy Easter y'all.
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Elfie

It's nice...... please for me too....

gemstone

I'll stick with the milkshakes...chocolate, please!

Elfie

Some years ago 24 kids age 13 and I got the chance to meet a python in Randers Rainforest! It was a huge experience to all of us to touch a snake that size and we were VERY impressed how soft as silk and warm it was!!! I don't think that any of us will ever forget it...

lelabugosi

I like milk snakes.....I mean, milkshakes......

patsquire

Nice story Cookster. Since it was in the French Quarter down in N'Awlins there exists the possibility that the young man was a trickster, a street artist. The deadliest snake in that part of the U.S. is the coral snake, which isn't very big and has alternating bands of color around its body. They are red and black separated by narrow bands of yellow.

But there are several nonvenomous species of snakes that imitate the coral snake. There's a milk snake and a couple of scarlet snakes. They look identical except for the pattern of the bands. If the yellow bands touch the black bands, no sweat. Only if the yellow and red touch is it the deadly coral snake.

Thus the little rhyme: Red Touch Yellow, Kill A Fellow.

However, at a moment's glance, seeing a snake (yikes!) you usually can't tell exactly what you're seeing. So if he was a street performer he would have used one of the imitators, but still have been able to startle a stranger.

And if it was me, with a deadly coral snake, if I got my foot onto its head I wouldn't have just pinned it! I'd have crushed it! But whether it was street art or a genuine incident, it still makes a great story!

Happy Easter all!

Elfie

Ohhh how COOL!!! Why kill them when you know how to handle them?? It belongs to nature and has made a mistake, why die because of it?? If we had to die each time we made a mistake we really weren't alive now....

lelabugosi

I see.......

JM_Cookie

S N A K E .....

=:-O

Wife and I were slowly walking down the sidewalk in the old French Quarter of New Orleans on a bright sunny morning.
A young man with a pack over his shoulder approached us from behind then passed by.
As he passed by me I noticed a rather large snake slithering out of his pack, its head was at my eye level and its tongue flicked at me. I chocked up a bit and tried to yell, but all that came out was SNAKE..
The young man did not miss a beat, he spun around while he slid the pack down and at the same time put his foot on the head of the snake. He pinned it to the side walk, with his other hand he pulled a bag from his pack and proceeded to put the snake in the bag then tie it tight.
The two innocent Canadians that we were stood there in shock, mouths open, as the nice young man told us he had been sleeping rough in the woods last night and just hitched a ride into town early that morning. When he heard my cry of "snake" he knew exactly what had happened and took action. He thought the little varmint had got into his pack at night as it sat on the ground, he had no idea it was in there.
He told us what kind of snake it was and that yes it could easily kill a man with one bite, but we were so shocked by the events, I don't recall what type of snake he said it was.
He told us he would let the snake go at night when he returns to the swamp.

Just thought I would wake you up.

patsquire

I'm only a menace to whoever p*sses me off, lelabug!

You're right jiggy, snake shot was my first choice. Eight years ago when I first moved into this house I had a small nonvenomous snake in the basement. I loaded a .38 revolver with snake shot and popped him with that. Then I found a good hiding place in the basement and put the revolver in it, and it's been sitting there ever since. However, this rattler was between me and the hiding place for the .38! There was no room to skirt him safely, so I had to resort to the .45.

And you're right too, gemmeee. I grew up with the conventional wisdom that "snakes always travel in pairs" so I'm on high alert and I've moved the .38 with snake shot to a much more accessible place. If I get a shot at Roger you can bet your bippy I'll start blazing away!

Elfie

Society is happy right now - anyway I am.. how about you?????

lelabugosi

dancing-pecan......please don't tell him that - let him find out for himself......

rogerbugosi

Hellooo, precious-pebble!
Thank you so much for your concern, but I am sunning myself on the beach, in Outer Mongolia.......Care to join me for a Yak milk cocktail?

jignut

Squirty, wouldn't snake shot have been safer than ricocheting bullets? ...just sayin'.....

gemstone

I believe it was the Lone Ranger that said, "Snakes always travel in pairs." Did you also find Roger lurking in your basement, psquirt?

lelabugosi

I'll fold my ears back.....just in case.......

JM_Cookie

Don't lie down, he might shoot you =:O

lelabugosi

Mr.Squirtz......YOU ARE A MENACE TO SOCIETY!

Elfie

Mat - let' have another cookie...

JM_Cookie

Wow! That's NOT what I call a good party. Brings a whole new meaning to the term "Party Shots".

patsquire

Here's a genuine NEWS FLASH ! ! ! ! ! ! ! NEWS FLASH ! ! ! ! ! ! ! NEWS FLASH ! ! ! ! ! ! !

I just shot a rattlesnake in my basement! With my Colt .45 pistol, Model 1911A1.

One shot, one kill, as the snipers of the world say.

It was a pygmy rattler.

I live in a split-level house, with eight stairs down from the bedrooms to the living room and kitchen, then a 180º turn and seven more down to the basement. As I made the turn I saw the snake lying still on the lower landing. I went back upstairs, got my .45 and ear protectors and came back down, walking softly. He was up and alert, vibrating his little tail and looking pretty actively all around while staying in one spot.

I sat down on the top step, took careful aim, squeezed the trigger gradually and firmly and waited for the shot. POW! The gun went off, the snake flew into three pieces and the full metal jacket hardball bullet ricocheted off the tile floor and dented the steel door at the far side of the basement which leads out to the driveway. The lead core of the bullet splattered away and I found the violently deformed copper jacket on the floor. It'll be a nice souvenir. No problem!

patsquire

OH THOOOOSE NUTS Cookster! Hahahahahahahaha, of course THOSE NUTS!

I have no doubt, no doubt at all, that the Bugosis CLAIM to have invented most of the modern world, from steamships to Rubik's Cube to telephones to BB guns, electric lights and my stereo system! HUMMPHH! HARRUMMPHH!

lelabugosi

Herr Squirtz Von Outhausen........The Bugosis virtually invented the modern world as we know it.....long, long ago, of course, as a matter of fact, if the truth be known........

JM_Cookie

I have cookies . . . lets dance ♪ ♫ ♪

patsquire

Indeed we can. I, um, you know, er, hadn't really noticed. I mean, not actually.

patsquire

Speaking of moldy old bones, yet ANOTHER of lelabug's ancestors has been uncovered:

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Elfie

Come on Lela - we are ready... leave that cellar alone now....

lelabugosi

Of course the cellar is attached to the Bugosi Mausoleum........WHERE NOTHING LIVES!

patsquire

Hello.

patsquire

HELLO!

Elfie

EXACTLY Gemmie... come on let's dance - any popcorn available???

gemstone

Good! Turn up the music! Let's party so we don't have to listen to all that banging and yelling! Cheers!

lelabugosi

I think it was coming from the cellar, so I've just locked the trap-door.................

suemarie

There's an echo in here that keeps clearing its throat...odd....

patsquire

Harrumph!

You'll know the difference between my WHININGS and my WARNINGS when your SOUL rots with ADDICTION to THE TADPOLE! Harrumph!

patsquire

You'll know the difference between my WHININGS and my WARNINGS when your SOUL rots with ADDICTION to THE TADPOLE!

lelabugosi

Oh alright then - whine....I mean, wine, for everyone!

gemstone

Yes...I'd much rather have lela's wine than psquirt's whine...just saying...

Elfie

Sounds GREAT..... ehhh - the wine????? - do you?????

patsquire

Remind me to steer clear of B.O.G.O.F.F. next time I'm in Bonga-Bonga. No wait, you won't have to remind me!

lelabugosi

I have put them in the Bugosi Ornamental Garden Of Forgotten Fantasies (B.O.G.O.F.F.), where they are 'resting'........

patsquire

Don't worry Hanne. Bugosiland has vast empty stretches of barren wasteland where lelabug (in his official capacity as President of Bonga-Bonga), "Dr." Adonis B. Bugosi and the evil lunatics who run B.A.R.F. (the Bugosi Animal Research Farm) have been dumping, I mean disposing of bodies (most of them horribly mutilated) for many years.

Elfie

Ohhh it's great.... where did you put them????

lelabugosi

I have now removed all the bodies....I mean, "guests"........

Elfie

Lela - don't you spend a bottle on us.... pleeease..

Elfie

Hiii - Mat - wake up - have you still got the cookies????

JM_Cookie

ZZzzzzzzzz ..

Elfie

Did you ever party?? - I didn't....

jignut

......or passed out.

lelabugosi

I think everyone just fell asleep.....

Elfie

YAAAAWWWWWWNNNNNNN - actually - what happened to the party?? Can we just go home again????

patsquire

I've heard of virgin olive oil and extra-virgin olive oil. If anybody would be able to provide some non-virgin olive oil it should be you, Churchy!

Church_Lady

Maybe.....but it would have to be some sort of miracle oil.

Sir_Wainthorpe_Bugosi

I can turn it left and right, but it just won't go forward, so I can't get my machine up in the air.......maybe a little oil in the right place will do the job......

Church_Lady

I don't like to spread rumors but his "joy-stick".....uh....... retired years ago.

gemstone

Oh, he'll pay!

patsquire

Doesn't matter to Church Lady. I mean, um, it doesn't matter *if he can pay*!

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