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Thursday, June 28, 2007

"What's Cookin'" With Dr. Zaius

Hi! I am just watching some videos while enjoying a nice warm bath with these lovely native girls! I think that I'm ready to get out now, though. The water is getting awfully hot, and I am getting all pruney. I think that is entirely enough bath salts, my dear. What's that? You are getting ready for dinner? Jeepers! I hope that I'm invited!

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At Thu Jun 28, 09:24:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Love that cookbook she's holding.

At Thu Jun 28, 10:39:00 AM, Blogger Jess Wundrun said...

I think that Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 would have been much more powerful if he had included this split screen lasting the full 7 minutes. If I had been John Kerry's campaign advisor I'd have had him put 7 minute crawls under programming to drive home to Americans how long 7 minutes is.

Recall, too, that this video begins fifteen minutes after we are already under attack.

Here is a good site for more:

At Thu Jun 28, 09:15:00 PM, Anonymous Tengrain said...

Dr. Z - I did not know you were on Gilligan's Island. Give my best to Ginger and Maryann, be a good ape, eh?



At Fri Jun 29, 02:46:00 AM, Blogger argosfalcon said...

So hiding in the Tiki bar again, never knew they had a hot tub.

At Fri Jun 29, 05:54:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Dr. Monkerstein: I knew that you would get the joke. Great monds think alike. ;o)

Jess Wundrun: What a great link! And I agree that every voter in the last presidential election should have seen some kind of split screen of what Bush was doing and what was really happening that was the full 7 minutes, just so that they could see how long that really is. Remember this about Kerry though, he didn't lose the election.

Tengrain: I'm all about Mary Ann. Ginger, not so much.

argosfalcon: Yes! It's very nice. I don't understand why they keep putting stewing vegtables and seasoning in the water, though. it must be a local custom!


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