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March 13, 2005 - A Just Joe Sundae

Just Joe SundaeNo Pushrods of any kind as they are on tour and, thus, are otherwise engaged for a few weeks. Just Joe was there, but was late, getting there around two thirty. We learned that the reason for his absence the week before was because he fell asleep. The Penguin also arrived around two thirty (not with Just Joe, she just had the misfortune to show up around the same time he did). For this weeks Just Joe challenge, it was decided that it would be Penguin throwing. So, Just Joe was told to throw the Penguin in the snow... Which, he did. Also, a visitor to the show, Amy, tried to help The Penguin, twice, and, twice, got thrown in the snow and ended up even more covered in snow than The Penguin was for her troubles. Then Amy and her friend decided to do something to Just Joe... They decided to make him eat himself. Hold on... No, not cannibalism (pity), and, not anything dirty (well, dirty, but, dirty as in extremely messy and sticky, but, not in the way I'm sure your perverted minds are working). They covered him in pudding. Covered him very thoroughly... He even had pudding deep in his ears. Then he ate the pudding off himself. He said he was delicious and seemed to have enjoyed this adventure. 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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March 20, 2005 - Vern Returns

LEA member of Lotus Project was there. No, not David. Of course not David, you really didn't think the worst excuse for a co-host ever actually showed up did you!? No, it was Pat, the guitarist. Just Joe was also there, and was on time this week. The Penguin was also there briefly. But, unfortunately for her, not briefly enough to escape being thrown in the snow again by Just Joe and having Just Joe put snow down her pants. Poor Penguin! Well, the snow should be gone soon Penguin (even in central NY). And, on this night, she would not be alone. No that was the first of a long night of many people going into the snow many times, but more on that in a bit. She also got her ass smacked a lot. Now I'm sure you will all recall that, after all the build up, and all the weeks of waiting, this was the week that the combined Wheel Of Satan / Keys To The Apocalypse's count down would run out, and we would finally find out if we would have an Armageddon. Now, I said in last weeks recap that we might get an Armageddon, or that, perhaps, it might go back to playing The Teletubbies, which, of course, would be a much worse fate than an Armageddon... So, now the big moment was almost upon us, and all waited with bated breath to see what would occur... The thing had been brought up from the basement, which meant that the echoing distorted reality was back. But not for too long, as the thing only had some seconds to go on it's count down, which everyone counted down together... And then two horrible things happened... The thing did go back to playing The Teletubbies, which Just Joe was thrilled about, but that's just because he's an idiot. For the rest of us... Now how could anything possibly be more horrible than that? But, as if that wasn't bad and evil enough, there was something else. Vern!!! Yes, the mopkin was baaaaack! Well, first off, Azkath ordered Just Joe to kick the wheel (which Just Joe kept refusing to do, as he wanted it to go on playing The Teletubbies) to try to make all this terribleness go away. It did get kicked eventually, by Vern, and the Teletubbies went away. However, unfortunately, Vern's being there did not. Apparently, the wheel was not what had brought him there after all. He said that he had came back because he had heard that they were going to have The Wheel Of Satan, and that he wanted to be there for that. That plus it was his show, and it had sucked so badly in his absence, that he couldn't stay away any longer. (he sounds a lot like Jeffie in these delusional regards). Now, from here on out, there are a lot of twists and turns in what went on... I am not sure even my memory can keep track of all of them, and just how many times things went back and forth, but I will do my best to summarize, but this one's going to be a work out. Ok, here we go, let's see... Vern picked up where he had left off, as annoying and obnoxious as ever, insulting everyone. He started insulting Just Joe, and Just Joe killed him! Yes, that's right, Just Joe did what many had tried and failed to do quite easily. It's not known how he does these things (he was also the one, you will recall, who finally got rid of Friend, after many had tried and failed at that), but, somehow, he does. He killed the puppet, which meant that The Eternal Void (whom Vern had taken complete control over a long time ago) was back. The Void thought Just Joe was the greatest ever for freeing him and became his number one fan, fawning all over him and praising everything he did. Actually, everyone for once thought Just Joe was pretty neat, as he had gotten rid of the puppet. Just Joe tossed the puppet corpse in the snow. Then it was suggested that Just Joe throw his new number one fan in the snow. He did, and this lead to some extremely chaotic and disturbing events taking place in the snow. An orgy in the snow involving Just Joe and his new fan. Azkath told Just Joe that he could actually pick a song for his good work throwing people in the snow, and for getting rid of Vern. And, surprisingly, Just Joe did not pick Elf. He picked Dick Delicious And The Tasty Testicles doing "Masturbating For A Better Tomorrow", which he sent out to Lance. Then, somehow, Vern was back, probably because the Void and Vern were together again in the snow. For awhile... Then there was more snow activity. And the puppet was dead again. Azkath Told Just Joe to throw his fan in the snow again. The Void suggested that he and Just Joe throw Azkath in the snow. Azkath said that there was now going to be a bloody snow orgy... The three of them went out into the snow. When they all were back inside... Weeelllll... There was some dispute as to just what had gone on and who had won, and who had lost... Just Joe and his fan were gloating, saying that they had won. Azkath said that he did not exactly lose and described some of the things he had done to them, DDT-ing them and such. Then they pointed out that they had put snow down his pants. He had to concede that that was true. But, then said that actually Just Joe had done him a favor, as it was hot inside and now he had a well, a built in cooler I guess you could say. He thanked Just Joe and told him he was pretty cool. (ha, unintended pun there!) Then Vern was back, for awhile... Azkath told Just Joe that for a reward, he was going to play The Dave Mathews Band... Just Joe was thrilled, and Vern was furious, saying it would ruin "his" show. He stormed off and threw himself in the snow. Then Azkath told Just Joe that he was not going to play Dave Mathews. Then The Void was back, but now he was acting more like Vern, saying it was his show and being obnoxious, since he had now saved himself from Vern. Then It was decided that as FMG was the only person who had not gone into the snow that night (well, all except for Pat, he never did), that this should change. She protested and resisted, but Just Joe and Azkath teamed up and threw her in the snow. Azkath told Just Joe that they made a good team, and thanked him again. Then Vern And The Void were both there arguing with each other over who was the greatest. It was said that Just Joe was better than both of them. Then, at the end of the night, it was Vern again and worse than ever. He attacked Azkath and was humping his head (a fate that the late Zoltan, among others, had the misfortune of experiencing). Just Joe said that, if humping was going on, then he wanted to be part of it... And apparently Just Joe started humping Vern. Vern screamed that he hates humping, (which was quite a shock for everyone to hear!), and ran away, so, Azkath thanked Just Joe yet again. And thus went a disturbing chaotic very, very snow filled night. No Armageddon, Teletubbies, Nothing much from the wheel, Vern, and a lot of praise for Just Joe, and, lots and lots of snow. Very weird upside down night. 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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April 3, 2005 - Glam Hour Extravaganza

P4030018After several weeks of Pushrods absence from the show, there was once again Pushrods representation, as Crow, their drummer was there. He told us how their tour playing in Florida had gone. It went quite well. Just Joe was there (on LE, that night, that is, not in Florida with the band, which I'm sure the band was very happy about). And, as it was the night when the clocks are set ahead one hour for Daylight Savings Time, it was the annual Tribute To Glam Hour Show (which we all look so forward to all year long), in which the hour from 2 to 3 is totally dedicated to playing nothing but glam music. Just Joe was very excited about this, and said he had brought a whole stack of glam music to play. So, when 2:00 arrived, he was very happy... But, of course, at 2:00, it became 3:00, and so they informed him that glam hour was over (after one song by Firehouse). Just Joe kept insisting that it was time for much more glam (not grasping the concept, because he is too stupid to do so), and they kept insisting that they had had glam hour, and that now it was over, and that it had been great, and what was he complaining for? Just Joe became irate, ranting and pouting, and threatening to hijack the show and play more glam. Like he could ever be smart enough to figure out a way to pull that off! Later they were beating up on Just Joe... Just Joe removed his spiked necklace, intending to use it as a weapon. He went to hit Azkath in the leg with it, but didn't get to do that, as the necklace disintegrated in his hand, exploding, sending pieces all over the room, down the hall, and, even into the basement. So let that be a lesson, if you are in a fight, do not try to defend yourself with a necklace, as, apparently, they do not make good weapons at all. Or at least they don't for Just Joe. Later, it was time for Just Joe's challenge for the night. They gave Crow a glass of water, and sent him and Just Joe outside... Just Joe's challenge was to try to make it back inside either without getting any water on himself, or after getting the water all over Crow, either would be a win for Just Joe. He had one minute to accomplish this challenge. Now, Just Joe had, up to this night never lost a challenge (granted, some of them really haven't been too hard, distracting Ritchie while he's playing guitar and singing, Penguin throwing, getting an idiot like me to change her name to Joe for National Joe Day), but this one he lost in the first second. As soon as they were outside, Crow tossed the glass of water right in Just Joe's face. And, so, Just Joe suffered his first loss so far. He tried to say that he hadn't lost, that his face was wet because it was raining out, but, everyone knew that that was not the reason, there was too much water on him for the mere second he had been outdoors. Oh well, can't win 'em all... Everyone is a loser sometimes. Wait... Just Joe is a loser all the time, but in the other sense of that word. :p And so that was the show for the week, the annual Tribute To Glam Hour, among other things. It was a good show, a bit too heavy on the glam, perhaps, but, then again, it only happens once a year. If it was a bit too much glam, well, how can you fault that!?? 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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April 10, 2005 - The beating of EVD?

P4100024Just Joe was there. A listener who was in the chatroom (EVD)  kept requesting that they kill Joe. Strongly requesting this. After a while, Just Joe said that he had had it with people demanding that he be killed. He said, that, if they wanted it done so badly, then why didn't they come down there and do it themselves?? But nooo! So he said that, if they weren't going to do that, then he was going to go to them. He stormed out slamming the door violently on his way out. They told EVD that Just Joe was on his way to his house. A short time later, Just Joe was back claiming that he had found this person, given him the beating of his life, and left him crying and lying in a pool of his own blood. However, EVD was still in the chatroom, and was fine. They told Just Joe that he must've beaten the crap out of the wrong guy.

For Just Joe's challenge for that week... He had to face Azkath for two minutes in a shoot fight. Azkath had two minutes to make Just Joe either submit or tap out. And so, with an instrumental track playing as a backdrop for this, the fight began... Azkath gave Just Joe a brutal beating, bouncing his head off of everything in the room. But Just Joe was stubbornly hanging in there. So Azkath got a screw driver. They started battling for control of the screw driver, and Just Joe managed to get it away from Azkath, and to stab Azkath in the back with it. The Two minutes elapsed, and Just Joe did not submit or tap out. So Just Joe won what was probably his hardest challenge thus far (well except for the only one he's lost so far, getting a glass of water tossed in his face by Crow). For his reward for winning his challenge, Just Joe got to pick a song to play (he chose "Amerika" by Rammstein). Just Joe was quite battered from the beating he had taken, was having quite a bit of trouble getting up, and then stabbed himself with the screw driver (that's 'cause he's stupid). Just Joe was really bragging and gloating about his triumph (ha! a good Just Joe pun there, not one of his favorite bands Triumph, but his win). Azkath told Just Joe that he was going to spend his week plotting something terrible for just Joe for his revenge. Just Joe kept taunting Azkath, and Azkath attacked Just Joe, giving him another severe beat down. The show ended in a may lay... The Penguin (who got there late, just in time for the last break) and Just Joe were causing more chaos... 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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April 17, 2005 - David's Last Stand

David and JoeThe absolute worst miserable excuse for a co-host of all time hands down actually saw fit to put in an extremely rare appearance. Yes, that's right, David of Lotus Project was actually there... For all of one whole talk break! How nice of him! He was kind enough to drop by to let us know that this would be his last appearance on LE before he moves to Florida at the end of May. Now, since that is a month and a half away, you might ask why he couldn't fulfill his co-host duties for at least some of that time. Well, it seems he has some much more important things to do with his weekends... He plans to get totally wasted on every remaining weekend between now and then... Ah, the dedication! The loyalty! The commitment! How will LE ever manage without him!? He also has his short poser haircut now. And sadly, it appears that Lotus Project will probably break up. Too bad, as they were a great band. They are however, going to try and still put out their CD, so watch for that. See, because of David's selfishness (just having to move away!) a great band had to die. Lousy co-host, and lousy band mate. Crow was there. He talked about The Pushrods upcoming CD release show. It's Friday, the 22nd of April, (this Friday) at Castaways. It's in the middle of their 80's night, and The Pushrods go on at 11:00. They will also be shooting the video for their song "Girls In Vinyl Skirts", and they will be giving out free Pushrods stuff (beer mugs and free beer included) to the first 50 people through the door. So it should be a fun night, and you should all attend. Just Joe was there and still gloating over his winning his challenge the week before (lasting two minutes in a shoot fight with Azkath, and not submitting or tapping out). Azkath told him that, for his challenge this week, they would have a rematch. He told him that, this time, it would be outside, and that just Joe had to try and last for just one minute in a shoot fight. And that, if somehow he did manage to do that, he could hear some Triumph. Just Joe was full of confidence (among other things) and they started outside... On their way out, Azkath asked Just Joe "what was that, over there, by the wall?". Just Joe got distracted (that's easy to do with him), asking what?, and then saying that he didn't see anything. Then there was a horrible clang as Azkath bashed Just Joe over the head with a steel chair. The hit was so hard it left a Just Joe shaped dent in the chair and knocked Just Joe out cold. And, since he was so nice and unconscious and all, Azkath took this opportunity to return him to the basement, dragging him again, so that his head banged against every single step again on the way down, and locking him in there. After awhile, Just Joe came to and phoned upstairs. He was livid. He said he hated them. They were laughing at him saying why would he hate them, and telling him to enjoy the basement, as he would be there a long time. Just Joe said that oh no he wouldn't either, as he had a secret weapon. They didn't believe him and kept laughing at him. Just Joe said that they would let him out. They said that, no, they would not. But Just Joe kept insisting that oh yes they would because he had this secret weapon, which he was sure that Foul Mouth Girl especially would be very interested in. They finally asked him what this secret weapon was... He said that he had Foul Mouth Girl's jacket, and was wearing it, and singing "Weird Guy in a Little Coat". FMG became extremely enraged at this (fortunately not enough to swear though, for a miracle), and took off for the basement screaming that Just Joe would pay for this. Well, who can blame her!? I mean, who would want Just Joe wearing anything of theirs!? I mean, you just never know where he's been! *shudder* And besides, Just Joe was threatening to do terrible things to the hostage. FMG Got down to the basement, and attacked Just Joe. But, then there was a thud, and, unfortunately, Just Joe emerged from the basement. In a moment, FMG could be heard, from the basement, saying that Just Joe had knocked her down and made it up the stairs and out the door before she could get up and get there. So, now she was locked down there. Luckily, she somehow still managed to keep from swearing. Will wonders never cease!? Just Joe was quite pleased with himself, and began bragging again. And, apparently, The Almighty Monkey called into the show again (not on air). He threatened to make a visit to the show sometime (And just over ten years later, he did!). Just Joe and The Almighty Monkey! Just picture it! On second Thought, I don't think I want to picture that! *shudder* And so went LE for that week. Now Just Joe has lost two of his challenges. And, come to think of it, when he loses them, he loses in the 1st second (first with Crow and the glass of water, and then to Azkath with the steel chair, so, I guess, if he can just get past the 1st second, then he's alright). 

-Fire Eater Wizard

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April 24, 2005 - A Doppleganger Chatroom

Just JoeJust Joe was there. A weird, silly and crazy thing got started and continued all night long in the chat room... The room was quite full (as it almost always is now, showing that the show's success and popularity, are on the rise. It always had both things, of course, but the expanding chat room means a growing interactive listener base, which is great for the show). One of the people in there got briefly disconnected and came back in. And he showed as being in there twice. When some of the others in the room remarked that there were two of him there, he said he had a Doppelganger... And somehow that set off an obsession with doppelgangers and doppeling which went on for the whole night. Soon every single person in there changed their name to include Doppelganger or Dopple as part of it. (I was Fire Doppelganger for the rest of that night). All sorts of silly comments and innuendos involving doppelling and doppelgangers were made (the words "dopple" and "doppelganger" were actually said more times, I think, than the words "Lamb Of God" were said on the Metallic Onslaught the week before, which is something that I never would've believed could be possible to top, but, I think it was achieved). Then someone came in claiming to be a doppel killer, and a war ensued between the Doppels and the Doppel Killer. It was all quite insane and fun. So, you see, the chat room portion of The Last Exit experience can be just as crazy and brutal and silly as the radio portion of it. If you haven't experienced it yet, you should drop into the chat room and join in the insanity as well while you're listening to the show! You'll have lots of fun! And it will round out, enhance and enrich the LE experience for you. 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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May 1, 2005 - Angela from If Man is Five

FMG, Pat, JoeAngela, the Vocalist from If Man Is Five was there, (unfortunately band mate Brianna was ill and thus could not make it). She was there to talk about an upcoming concert. Saturday, May 7th (this Saturday) If Man Is Five and a bunch of bands, one of which is another LE visitor and favorite, the band Others, will be performing at The Lordes Breast Care benefit at The Skatepark In Johnson City. It costs $5 and should be a great show, so you should attend it! Angela performed lots of If Man Is Five songs acoustically on the air. She has an awesome extremely powerful voice as anyone who is at all familiar with the band knows. Her performances on LE rocked, her powerful voice blowing out all the levels as usual. It was awesome! A member of Lotus Project was there. No, of course not David, the worst co-host ever, he's too busy getting totally wasted every weekend, which is more important to him than his co-hosting duties, to bother to put in an appearance. No, it was Pat, the guitarist. Just Joe was there and being his usual stupid annoying obnoxious self. He and Azkath got into a fight, one which was to be the first of many that night. This one started when Just Joe threw a cup of water at Azkath. It hit the board, hitting a button that caused a squealing sound. Azkath grabbed a cup, put a little water in it, and began chasing Just Joe. Just Joe grabbed Pat and pulled him in front of him, meaning to use him as a human shield against the water he knew Azkath wanted to throw on him. But Pat just casually reached back and tossed his own cup of water (which had much more water in it than the one Azkath had), right into Just Joe's face. Pat was roundly congratulated for his nice work. It was decided that although Just Joe had not been told this beforehand, (who cares about such minor unimportant technicalities!?), that that was going to be considered his challenge for that night, which, of course, he had now lost. Just Joe just doesn't seem to do too well with any challenges involving glasses of water apparently. Pat got to pick a song to be played for winning the Just Joe Challenge, and Just Joe did not get to pick one for losing his challenge. Then there was another brawl. Pat threw Just Joe on the ground, and Azkath stepped on his head and made it bleed. Later, Just Joe was becoming rambunctious and annoying yet again (he just can't seem to help himself). Pat and Azkath both attacked him again. And this time, in edition to thoroughly beating him down, they totally destroyed his chips. Azkath sat on the chips many times. By the time they were through, the poor chips were absolutely totally and thoroughly crushed. Now you can kill Just Joe, you can brutally beat him, you can torture him... All of this he is just fine with. But mistreat his potato chips, well, this he finds absolutely and totally devastating! He was crying over his ruined chips. Pat left, and Azkath told Just Joe that he wasn't going to beat him any more. Well, not any more for the rest of that night, at least. In fact, Azkath told Just Joe that the rest of the night would Be Just Joe appreciation time. This time was spent telling Just Joe that they liked him and loved having him there. And in fact, as part of this Just Joe appreciation, Just Joe finally got a song by Triumph (one of his favorite ones) played for him. And so that was the show. At the end of it, Azkath told Just Joe that now Just Joe appreciation time was over, and that that would be the last of it. So, this week, we go back to hating Just Joe and to trying to destroy him. 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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May 8, 2005 - Just Joe Floods the Building

Crow and SallyJust Joe was there. So was his pretend dad, Crow, the drummer for The Pushrods. It was decided that the Just Joe appreciation hour (which had ended the show the week before), would now be expanded into a whole Just Joe appreciation night, which would be that night. Just Joe was told that, barring any really bad behavior from him, it was his night. Just Joe was happy with this, and things went well... For awhile. But, it is Just Joe we're talking about here, so, it was to be expected that this could not last for long. Apparently the toilet was broken (that, amazingly, was not Just Joe's fault, but what came next was all his fault), and there was a sign on it informing everyone of this fact, and warning against flushing it as the water would keep on flowing and flood the building if anyone did. Wouldn't ya know, Just Joe somehow missed this sign and flushed... Causing massive flooding. He promised that he could fix this. His solution was to route all the flooding to the basement. He was told that that was not acceptable (some people are just sooo picky and hard to please!), as there was equipment and a large part of the CD catalog down there, things which were needed for the show. Just Joe said that the basement door could not be opened any more. They tested this and found that he was right. They threw Just Joe into the door many times to try to get it to open. No luck. So they threw him through the window. By Now the water down there was waist high and stunk badly. Next break they ordered Just Joe back to the basement. He said that he did not want to go down there because there was something bad down there (something besides the stinking waist deep water), something which had grabbed him. He resisted strongly, insisting loudly that there was something bad down there. They threw him back down there anyways (with a huge rough toss through the door and down the stairs)... Just Joe could be heard screaming in terror down there. So who knows, as that was the end of the show (or, at least the talking part of it). 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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May 15, 2005 - Brianna of If Man is Five

BriannaBrianna, guitarist for the band If Man Is Five, was there since she had been ill a couple weeks ago, when her band mate Angela had been on, and, thus, had been unable to be there then. She updated us on the band. They have a new bass player. Her name is Kate. And Brianna told us about what projects If Man Is Five is working on and what's coming up in their near future. She also was asked and gave her answers to lots of those crazy questions from theinsanedomain.com. Just Joe was not there at first, and everyone was wondering if that sea monster in the basement really had killed him. He finally arrived, around 2:00. Whereupon Brianna left as Just Joe makes her sick (well, doesn't he have that effect on all of us!??). They asked Just Joe about his experiences the week before in the basement (being locked down there, and screaming in terror that there was something bad down there). But Just Joe insisted that none of that had ever happened. It was decided that Just Joe was obviously blocking out and repressing traumatic memories. And everyone knows that that is not good for you, so, because his well being is so important to us all, and for his own good, they locked him back down there, telling him that he could not come back up until he remembered everything. They called down to talk to him. And Just Joe was whimpering and screaming in terror again. Telling them to please, please, please come down and help (with lots of reinforcements, like tactical nukes, preferably) or there would be nothing left of him. They kept telling him that there was nothing down there, and he kept insisting that, oh yes, there was, and that if they didn't get down there quickly, he was history. Finally, Just Joe was back upstairs, still acting quite traumatized, so, I guess the therapy was a failure. Shoebox called in briefly near the end of the show to celebrate the 3rd anniversary of his 1st appearance on LE, (the big show which was supposed to be the final show before Armageddon, which the late Zoltan ruined by stopping Armageddon from occurring). Then they gave Just Joe a sanity test (something which he was obviously in bad need of), where he answered lots of questions. The test results concluded that (oh what a huge shock here!) Just Joe is a maniac. I think no further comment is needed on that! That pretty much says it all! :p 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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May 22, 2005 - Mem of Sun Descends / Exumer

Joe, Mem, AzkathThe first hour of the show was prerecorded as everyone was attending The Xtreme Soundscapes Showcase at Castaways. When they returned, around 1:20, they brought with them the vocalist from one of the bands who had just performed at that show. Mem, the vocalist for Sun Descends (also former vocalist for Exumer and Humongous Fungus). He gave a long interview, telling us about his band and his thoughts on the music scene in the past and today. We also got to hear several tracks from the bands CD played. They're cool, and I hope all of you in the area attended the concert at Castaways. After Mem had gone, they asked Just Joe how he was feeling, if he was over his insanity of the previous week, blubbering about an awful sea monster in the basement? Just Joe said that he was fine, absolutely fine, and that he was no longer afraid of the basement, or any monster. They told him that, if that were really true, then of course he would have no trouble proving it by going to the basement... At first he seemed a bit reluctant to do this (they have locked him in once he was there many times, after all). But, they assured him that all would be well, and promised that no one would lock the door on him. Being stupid, Just Joe decided to trust them. He went to the basement... Now, unbeknownst to Just Joe, they had put a big cardboard cutout of an ugly looking monster in the middle of the basement. They waited to see what his reaction would be... After a bit, Just Joe emerged from the basement. At first he seemed pretty much ok, and they congratulated him on overcoming his totally unwarranted, irrational fear of the basement... But then Just Joe started muttering about a monster in the basement. Feigning innocence, they said "what monster??". "there is no monster." At the next talk break, Just Joe had somehow acquired an axe, and declared that he was going to show that monster and take care of it once and for all. And with that, axe in hand, he went charging down to the basement. Then there was a terrific amount of noise. A lot of crashing and banging, and yelling which went on for a long time. They speculated that maybe Just Joe had impaled himself on the ax (that would be a very Just Joe thing to do, after all). But then Just Joe emerged from the basement saying that he had gotten rid of the monster. Oh, and one other minor, insignificant item of note btw, (almost left this out, it's so trivial), he was absolutely covered in blood... Just Joe was bragging about how he had dispatched the monster. He was informed that there had been no monster, that it had been a cardboard monster for a joke on him. At first Just Joe would not accept this, but, as the truth slowly began to sink in, he seemed to become worried for some strange reason, who knows why? He posed the silly question that, if the monster had been cardboard, then where did all the blood he was covered in come from? No one seemed to have an answer for this. Just Joe started muttering some other nonsensical things. Weird stuff like how maybe he shouldn't be there, and something about the cops for some reason. Now why would he mention cops? Can you figure that out? I sure can't. But then, who can ever figure out Just Joe, he's so stupid, nothing he says ever makes sense! Azkath went down to the basement to have a look. When he came back, he reported that, the cardboard monster was gone, that there was a lot of blood... And nothing else... Somehow, the conversation got around to the broken toilet, which had started this whole sea monster business in the first place by flooding the basement. Just Joe was told that it was still broken, and he said not any more, he had fixed it, he had found something to drop down it that stopped up the leak. He then mumbled something that sounded like "human body", but, why on earth would he be saying something like that?? I must've misheard him, he was mumbling and ranting, after all. I can't imagine what he seemed so upset and worried about! Ah well, it's just Just Joe being Just Joe, I guess. He is insane. The sanity test they gave him the week before concluded that he was a maniac, after all, so there you go, and don't forget stupid. So who can figure out what his weird ramblings might mean!?

- Fire Eater Wizard

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