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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #15 on: February 06, 2016, 12:13:42 am »
At some point we need to accidentally cause the Boston Molasses Flood
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #16 on: February 06, 2016, 01:08:19 am »
I am sorry for nothing.  Blitzed on privilege it would be irresponsible to NOT shoddily imitate the tropes of gangster hop-hop.

I just had a mental image of Al Capone beat-boxing.  I blame you.   :lulz:
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #17 on: February 06, 2016, 01:22:45 am »
EoC drove us up to the front of Badass Al's, a notorious dive in the Cishet District.  After a moment or two, the front door of the bar opened and a hulking mass of muscle moved out onto the sidewalk, absent-mindedly beating a drunk against the wall.  The man - for once he moved into the light, he was recognizable as such, dropped the drunk into a rubbish bin, and opened the front passenger side door of the car.  He reached in and threw Richter into the back with me, and settled into the front seat.  EoC's shocks - never in the best of condition - groaned.

"Just drive," he said to EoC, "any small talk and bad things happen."

EoC drove us, muffler dragging, around to Twiddington's shop.  As we parked, ECH reached into the back seat and held his hand out.  I dropped a bag of bills into his paw, and he grunted and heaved himself out of the car.

He stood in the street in front of the shop and bellowed.  A moment later, Twiddington and his moll stepped out into the street.

Twiddington's dame glared.

ECH glared back.

Twiddington's dame started dancing the Hucklebuck.  ECH replied with The Watusi.  Windows broke, and the manhole covers jumped for 3 blocks in either direction, as the two fiends moved from one devil-dance to the other.  She would do the Charleston, he would respond with the Latin Hustle.  A church a block down caught fire.  She did the Twist, he countered with the Lindy.  At some point EoC ran screaming down the street with only his parking ticket to cover his nakedness, screaming, "It's a madhouse!  A MAAAAAADHOUSE!"

A shockwave knocked Richter and I on our asses.  ECH looked down at his vanquished foe, and stumped off down the street, his part in this foul business completed.

Twiddington looked down at his unconscious dame, and screeched, "THEY'RE TRYING TO TAKE ME IRISH PRIVILEGE!  I KNOW!  I'LL CREATE A CORNER BAR AND HIDE AWAY!" 

A lousy dive of a saloon appeared next to Twiddington's shop, and he dove through the front door.  Richter and I shrugged and followed him.

to be continued
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #18 on: February 06, 2016, 01:48:18 am »
 :lulz:

Damn, a dance off
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #19 on: February 06, 2016, 01:48:45 am »
 :lulz:  holy HELL
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #20 on: February 06, 2016, 01:53:33 am »
:lulz:

Damn, a dance off

It just sort of came to me while I was at work.
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #21 on: February 06, 2016, 01:54:22 am »
:lulz:  holy HELL

No Irish dance off is complete without a Lucky Charms reference.
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #22 on: February 06, 2016, 01:55:18 am »
Back home my head still spun.  What the deuce had I seen?  The massive sailor dancing up a storm, gunning down nuns, Eoc DRIVING.  I pulled a bottle of Miss Cleo's Jamaican ginger beer out of the icebox.  It'd settle my stomach, at least. 

I pondered another line, or a few dozen drinks, but put that aside.  Needed to level out, maintain for later, had to be seen having a certain appreciation, a certain appetite.  Part of the job.  Don't just TAKE the resource, RELISH it.  "Reverend" kept the straight face, so I played the unhinged one.  At least until EoC was around, then we'd tag team while the other watched our asses.

I sighed, and heaved my gunny sack onto the table.  Time to run some oil and a few pairs of silk knickers through the tommy, see what kind of mess the cheap ammo had left this time.
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #23 on: February 06, 2016, 01:55:27 am »
Hey the parking ticket and I have a love you'll never understand! And we won't hide anymore!
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #24 on: February 06, 2016, 01:58:52 am »
Back home my head still spun.  What the deuce had I seen?  The massive sailor dancing up a storm, gunning down nuns, Eoc DRIVING.  I pulled a bottle of Miss Cleo's Jamaican ginger beer out of the icebox.  It'd settle my stomach, at least. 

I pondered another line, or a few dozen drinks, but put that aside.  Needed to level out, maintain for later, had to be seen having a certain appreciation, a certain appetite.  Part of the job.  Don't just TAKE the resource, RELISH it.  "Reverend" kept the straight face, so I played the unhinged one.  At least until EoC was around, then we'd tag team while the other watched our asses.

I sighed, and heaved my gunny sack onto the table.  Time to run some oil and a few pairs of silk knickers through the tommy, see what kind of mess the cheap ammo had left this time.

 :lulz:  Except that EoC kept running.  He knows.  HE KNOWS.
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #25 on: February 06, 2016, 01:59:20 am »
Hey the parking ticket and I have a love you'll never understand! And we won't hide anymore!

I ain't here to judge...um.  Yes, yes I am here to judge.   :lol:
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #26 on: February 06, 2016, 02:02:18 am »
:lulz:  holy HELL

No Irish dance off is complete without a Lucky Charms reference.

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Accosted lucky charms, it's fantastically malicious!
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #27 on: February 08, 2016, 11:17:49 am »
This is amazing!


You hear about them sometimes on the news, the big boys running the heavy privilege game. It's not that the exposure is some sign accountability. Quite the opposite. With the advent of the privilege racket came the inevitable flaunting and endless thirst for self justifying fame. It wasn't their fault really. Running around with that much Goddamnshit all the time... Of course they were using. You can run a clean business in drugs, but you show me the motherfucker that can just look at a giant pile of fine WASP and not take a taste!

Another church exploded the other night. ANOTHER dance-off, no official witness. Nobody's dumb enough to rollover on the privilege game. You don't do it if you want to live anyway. Them boys have enough to just walk into your cell and watch as the guards hang you with a bed sheet, but trust that it's going to be something more... memorable.

There's been an unusual number of cases of kuru popping up in the prison system and all of the usual fingers point to the cut-rate food suppliers. We all know who it really is.
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #28 on: February 09, 2016, 03:30:14 am »
 :lulz:

More tomorrow.  Richter acts irresponsibly, Big Ma gets hers in, and other stuff.
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Re: Richter and Me, a Prohibition Tale (in installments)
« Reply #29 on: February 09, 2016, 06:06:49 am »
This is Really Good Stuff.

I keep picturing it as a cartoon. No person in this parable is permitted to have proper personal proportions.
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