Good evening, Houston! We're glad to see that you came through Ike still standing and energized, even if your house isn't. You're in for a treat: this is "Join The MOB" day, so please welcome: The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
You can blame them if we sound louder, better, or – for that matter – sober.
Band takes the field.
Foreclosures, bankruptcy, and seven-hundred billion dollars in bailouts: it's no secret, there's a group of financial masterminds manipulating the market.
Your sense of discomfort stems from being played like a puppet — and from where they shoved their hands.
face of Kermit The Frog
It's not easy saving green.
Muppet Show Theme
Show Assistants atop the (small) box-on-wheels pair act as puppeteers, controlling other SAs below who must sign bills, accept bribes, and do other such stupid things.
Lost in all the political hype this year is our one true chance to bring change in government. Jonathan "The Impaler" Sharkey, of the Vampyres, Witches, and Pagans Party has declared his candidacy.
"Unlike other candidates," he claims, he won't "hide [his] evil side." Just imagine what Washington could be if it were infected by honest politicians.
B A T
Promise: A Bat in Every Belfry.
Rock You Like a Hurricane
A political train is followed by a band of bloodsucking vampires who attack musicians and convert them to the dark side. The skit ends with a fly-up (the first ever) of a bat silhouette.
Actually, what this election resembles most is a beauty pageant. The contestants wear phony smiles, spout rehearsed answers, and get disqualified at the first sign of intelligence.
a beauty pageant runway and stage
Still better than Miss Teen South Carolina
A beauty pageant. — Three pageanteers (Joe Biden, Sarah Palin, and John McCain) enter, performing tricks (baton twirling, streamer dancing, juggling) and are then scored by three judges.
Of course, we'd like to recognize the wonderful folks from U-N-T. Did you know that they have the largest school of music in the country? They provide thousands of graduates whose talent and creativity allows them to truly serve our community.
So, the next time you meet a North Texas grad, please remember to tip your waiter.
Benefits Nat'l Endowment for the Arts
Leave the field.
Ladies and gentlemen, the two-thousand eight Marching Owl Band! We do weddings, bah mitzvahs, and — according to The Backpage — each other.
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