Re: virus: ostention, repression, ignition, exhaust

Martz (
Fri, 21 Mar 1997 21:23:56 +0000

On Thu, 20 Mar 1997, Tony Hindle <> wrote:
> My scource is a BBC. t.v. program I have on tape called W.S.H.
>(wierd shit happens- an interesting show, a docu-drama about a professor
>who investigates urbam legends, I can send you a copy if you want). The
>introduction says it is a docu-drama and I do recognise Paul Ross
>playing himself as a radio talk show host (this is credited as the end).
>The final credits also describe Ellis as being played by himself as well
>as a Prof. Carl Lindahl of University of Houston as being played by
>himself. Still the nature of the whole program leads me to doubt the
>existence of these professors

Perhaps the BBC were trying to create a myth of their own. A myth about
myths - a meta-myth if you will.

>Have you heard the following urban legends
> toothed vaginas

You mean that's not true??? I've remained a virgin all this time for
nothing?? {sob}

> Have you ever tried inventing one? I invented this one
>but it's never come back to me yet.
> Woman washing baby, no hot water, puts metal tub on gas ring,
>baths baby when water is warm, distracted by telephone in other room,
>baby boils to death.
> I know why its crap. Nobody would leave baby in bath to answer
>phone etc.

Stranger things have happened. BTW this rings vague bells but it could
be a memory I've just invented. I'll check up on it because I think I
remember who I think I remember said it to me, if at all...or summat.


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