Talk:Doggerel plague

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Oh, well done! Much better than I'd hoped for when I made the phantom. Actually, what I'd been picturing was Father Jack from the BBC show "Father Ted". He has rather nasty version of Tourette's Syndrome that involves a mere two, or three, topics, depending on how you classify two of them. If you're not familiar with it, the show is well worth finding. --Doctor Phineas Crank 10:06, 29 Sep 2004 (EDT)

Actually, no, I've not seen it - I'll throw it on my list of things to investigate. If I had more time, I really wanted to create some advertising jingles for the infected to have belted out, but perhaps in another entry on another turn. --Morbus Iff 11:40, 29 Sep 2004 (EDT)

You realize that I have a degree in Marketing, right? Jingles, jingles, jingles... Hmm, since I'm done with mine and the old brain-wheels are still turning, I may just work on one or two to add as scholar comments! --Doctor Phineas Crank 12:58, 29 Sep 2004 (EDT)

Obli's allusions

His doggerel (which is so incompetent, it actually scans and rhymes perfectly) is a mixture of William McGonagall on the Tay Bridge and Lewis Carroll on the Hunting of the Snark. His Parthian shot, of course, alludes to A Tale of Two Cities. --John Cowan 16:00, 29 Sep 2004

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