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The grand act of a dying institution is to issue a newly
revised, enlarged edition of the policies and procedures manual.
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It always takes longer than you expect, even when you take
Hofstadter's Law into account.
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HOGAN'S HEROES DRINKING GAME --
Take a shot every time:
-- Sergeant Schultz says, "I knoooooowww nooooothing!"
-- General Burkhalter or Major Hochstetter intimidate/insult Colonel Klink.
-- Colonel Klink falls for Colonel Hogan's flattery.
-- One of the prisoners sneaks out of camp (one shot for each prisoner to go).
-- Colonel Klink snaps to attention after answering the phone (two shots
if it's one of our heroes on the other end).
-- One of the Germans is threatened with being sent to the Russian front.
-- Corporal Newkirk calls up a German in his phoney German accent, and
tricks him (two shots if it's Colonel Klink).
-- Hogan has a romantic interlude with a beautiful girl from the underground.
-- Colonel Klink relates how he's never had an escape from Stalag 13.
-- Sergeant Schultz gives up a secret (two shots if he's bribed with food).
-- The prisoners listen to the Germans' conversation by a hidden transmitter.
-- Sergeant Schultz "captures" one of the prisoners after an escape.
-- Lebeau pronounces "colonel" as "cuh-loh-`nell".
-- Carter builds some kind of device (two shots if it's not explosive).
-- Lebeau wears his apron.
-- Hogan says "We've got no choice" when the someone claims that the
plan is impossible.
-- The prisoners capture an important German, and sneak him out the tunnel.
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What thou doest when thy phone is on the fritzeth.
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Holy Dilemma! Is this the end for the Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder?
Will the Joker and the Riddler have the last laugh?
Tune in again tomorrow:
same Bat-time, same Bat-channel!
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Home is the place where, when you have to go there,
they have to take you in.
-- Robert Frost, "The Death of the Hired Man"
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Home is where the hurt is.
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Home life as we understand it is no more natural to us than a
cage is to a cockatoo.
-- George Bernard Shaw
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Home on the Range was originally written in beef-flat.