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Old 02-06-2008, 05:49 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles, which as I understand was once upon a time ago part of the United States of America
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Saul Rosenberg... I liked the one where he called a doctor's office to set up an appointment because he had a bad case of hemorroids, and with the way he talked, the lady at the doctor's office kept getting offended and told him "Sir! Could you please use the proper terminology!"
"I'm dyin' over here.....this...this is tearin' the ass outta me!!!"
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Old 02-08-2008, 10:45 AM
 
Location: Denver, Colorado U.S.A.
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"FRANK RIZZO! Open your ears, jackass!" "Don't make me come down there!"

Oh my god, these guys were so funny. Back in college around '93 I worked with this dude in the bookstore warehouse. I don't remember the exact story, but I think he had been in a bar in Austin, TX and some man who said he was a producer or something let him listen to a tape - which was a Jerky Boys demo. He thought it was so funny, he stole it. And that was the first time I ever heard them. We would listen to the tape over and over. I was kind of shocked when I first heard a Jerky Boys CD (or was it a casette back then?) was coming out, because it was just sort of our own private thing down at the warehouse, reciting the bits over and over, doing our best Frank Rizzos and Saul Rosenbergs every day.

There was one from that original tape that I don't think went public - I think it was Frank Rizzo calling some dumpy motel where he wanted to take his wife for a romantic weekend, but then started telling the clerk about all the kinky things they would do. Then it got into how she only had one eye, and he asked the clerk if he would join them and give her a "real good eyball f***".

And then there was the Egyptian Magician, who pulled stuff out of his a**.
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Old 02-08-2008, 11:51 AM
 
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"FRANK RIZZO! Open your ears, jackass!" "Don't make me come down there!"

Oh my god, these guys were so funny. Back in college around '93 I worked with this dude in the bookstore warehouse. I don't remember the exact story, but I think he had been in a bar in Austin, TX and some man who said he was a producer or something let him listen to a tape - which was a Jerky Boys demo. He thought it was so funny, he stole it. And that was the first time I ever heard them. We would listen to the tape over and over. I was kind of shocked when I first heard a Jerky Boys CD (or was it a casette back then?) was coming out, because it was just sort of our own private thing down at the warehouse, reciting the bits over and over, doing our best Frank Rizzos and Saul Rosenbergs every day.

There was one from that original tape that I don't think went public - I think it was Frank Rizzo calling some dumpy motel where he wanted to take his wife for a romantic weekend, but then started telling the clerk about all the kinky things they would do. Then it got into how she only had one eye, and he asked the clerk if he would join them and give her a "real good eyball f***".

And then there was the Egyptian Magician, who pulled stuff out of his a**.
Yes my name is Tarbash, "i punch my chest and it disappears into the crowd", "then i bring out tiger and let it maul people to death"
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Old 02-08-2008, 04:11 PM
 
Location: Arizona, The American Southwest
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I've never heard the "Dumpy motel" one, but that sounds like Frank Rizzo allright!

Another good one where he calls Sparky The Clown, who normally does things at kids parties, but Rizzo asked him to do a lot of crazy things, like "throwing some firebombs", and jumping off a balcony 5 floors up, at what sounded like a party with a lot of Rizzo's friends and relatives! Sparky kept telling him "I'm sorry sir but I don't do any of that". Finally Rizzo told him "Ah.. allright Sparky, I'll get ya some other time when you're not feeling a little too jerky".
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