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Posted by melon on 08-09-2003 11:06 PM:

the Legend of Respectfulness

I respect people who dedicate their life to something.
allow me to elaborate.
if a cheese dedicates its life to being a food entity, thats repectable. if some russian cossacks are passing through the village where this cheese happens to be living, and you know how cossacks can be - they are always yelling and dancing and playing loud music on their violins.
anyway, they demand to see the mayor.
but they mayor is out of town, maybe hes on an expedition, its not important.
and the villagers are worried, because with the mayor gone, who will represent them in front of the cossacks?
naturally, the cheese steps up and says "I, and I alone, will come before the cossack king!". the villagers, admiring the cheeses bravery, agree to let it represent the entire village community.
so the cheese walks up to the cossack king, and he eats the cheese. now, the cheese tasted so good, the cossack king decided that insteed of burning down the village, they will hold an annual cheese festival. and so the villagers are saved.

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Posted by Peter_Torque on 08-09-2003 11:11 PM:

Praise cheeses!

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Posted by Tefl on 08-09-2003 11:53 PM:

Behold, the power of cheese.


Posted by CHiPsJr on 08-10-2003 05:04 AM:

The nursery rhyme was correct all along...

...the cheese DID stand alone.


Posted by J E B Stuart on 08-10-2003 05:34 AM:

Rosh is the Cheese King.

Amen.

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