History Funny / TimDorsey

11th Feb '16 4:16:46 PM jormis29
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** Also in ''Beach'', Serge had finally been caught and placed in a high-security psych ward. He proceeds to act like he's in an episode of ''HogansHeroes'' and gets his fellow inmates to dig out the most inept escape tunnel ever made. [[spoiler:While the guards are all busy laughing at the other inmates trying to crawl into the useless hole, Serge simply hides in the laundry truck and escapes that way.]]
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** Also in ''Beach'', Serge had finally been caught and placed in a high-security psych ward. He proceeds to act like he's in an episode of ''HogansHeroes'' ''Series/HogansHeroes'' and gets his fellow inmates to dig out the most inept escape tunnel ever made. [[spoiler:While the guards are all busy laughing at the other inmates trying to crawl into the useless hole, Serge simply hides in the laundry truck and escapes that way.]]
5th Nov '15 2:18:37 PM wittylibrarian
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** Also in ''Beach'', Serge had finally been caught and placed in a high-security psych ward. He proceeds to act like he's in an episode of ''HogansHeroes'' and gets his fellow inmates to dig out the most inept escape tunnel ever made. [[spoiler:While the guards are all busy laughing at the other inmates trying to crawl into the useless hole, Serge simply hides in the laundry truck and escapes that way.]]

** When the cartel hears about the bigger groups' attempt to build their own submarines for smuggling operations, the Mierda Cartel decides to build their own... and use the blueprints for the 19th-Century ''HL Hunley'' as the cheapest available model. Then the cartel boss watches the inaugural voyage and learns why the ''Hunley'' never made it back from its first (and only) mission.
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** When the cartel hears about the bigger groups' attempt to build their own submarines for smuggling operations, the Mierda Cartel decides to build their own... and use the blueprints for the 19th-Century ''HL Hunley'' as the cheapest available model. Then the cartel boss watches the inaugural voyage and learns why the ''Hunley'' never made it back from its first (and only) mission.mission. * Listening in to any time Serge is bedding a woman. The woman is usually [[ImmodestOrgasm in the throes of the most incredible relief]] in her life... and Serge [[ComicallyMissingThePoint is busy chatting about whatever trivial bit]] about Florida he's obsessing over that particular book chapter.
17th Oct '14 5:38:54 PM wittylibrarian
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* The early novels had a minor drug cartel as a recurring villain group pursuing [[MacGuffin the stolen]] - and jinxed - suitcase of money. By ''Stingray Shuffle'' they were officially the worst cartel (someone has to be, after all) and were suffering the indignities of having the power company turn off their lights. The kicker? They were Russians pretending to be South American, and they had foolishly called themselves the [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Mierda Cartel]].
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* The early novels had a minor drug cartel as a recurring villain group pursuing [[MacGuffin the stolen]] - and jinxed - suitcase of money. By ''Stingray Shuffle'' they were officially the worst cartel (someone has to be, after all) and were suffering the indignities of having the power company turn off their lights. The kicker? They were Russians pretending to be South American, and they had foolishly called themselves the [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Mierda Cartel]]. [[DontExplainTheJoke None of them spoke Spanish and no one had the heart to tell them.]]
17th Oct '14 5:38:05 PM wittylibrarian
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* The early novels had a minor drug cartel as a recurring villain group pursuing [[MacGuffin the stolen]] - and jinxed - suitcase of money. By ''Stingray Shuffle'' they were officially the worst cartel (someone has to be, after all) and were suffering the indignities of having the power company turn off their lights. The kicker? They were Russians pretending to be South American, and they had foolishly called themselves the [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Mierda Cartel]].
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* The early novels had a minor drug cartel as a recurring villain group pursuing [[MacGuffin the stolen]] - and jinxed - suitcase of money. By ''Stingray Shuffle'' they were officially the worst cartel (someone has to be, after all) and were suffering the indignities of having the power company turn off their lights. The kicker? They were Russians pretending to be South American, and they had foolishly called themselves the [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Mierda Cartel]].Cartel]]. ** When the cartel hears about the bigger groups' attempt to build their own submarines for smuggling operations, the Mierda Cartel decides to build their own... and use the blueprints for the 19th-Century ''HL Hunley'' as the cheapest available model. Then the cartel boss watches the inaugural voyage and learns why the ''Hunley'' never made it back from its first (and only) mission.
17th Oct '14 5:34:02 PM wittylibrarian
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* The early novels had a minor drug cartel as a recurring villain group pursuing [[MacGuffin the stolen]] - and jinxed - suitcase of money. By "Stingray Shuffle" they were officially the worst cartel (someone has to be, after all) and were suffering the indignities of having the power company turn off their lights. The kicker? They were Russians pretending to be South American, and they had foolishly called themselves the [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Mierda Cartel]].
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* The early novels had a minor drug cartel as a recurring villain group pursuing [[MacGuffin the stolen]] - and jinxed - suitcase of money. By "Stingray Shuffle" ''Stingray Shuffle'' they were officially the worst cartel (someone has to be, after all) and were suffering the indignities of having the power company turn off their lights. The kicker? They were Russians pretending to be South American, and they had foolishly called themselves the [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Mierda Cartel]].
17th Oct '14 5:33:36 PM wittylibrarian
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* The climax of ''The Big Bamboo''.
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* The climax of ''The Big Bamboo''.Bamboo''. * The early novels had a minor drug cartel as a recurring villain group pursuing [[MacGuffin the stolen]] - and jinxed - suitcase of money. By "Stingray Shuffle" they were officially the worst cartel (someone has to be, after all) and were suffering the indignities of having the power company turn off their lights. The kicker? They were Russians pretending to be South American, and they had foolishly called themselves the [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Mierda Cartel]].
2nd Feb '12 6:34:01 PM CaiusCaligula
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* The death by toilet in ''Gator A Go-Go''
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* The death by toilet in ''Gator A Go-Go''Go-Go'' * The climax of ''The Big Bamboo''.
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