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Director:
Little Kernel

Commentary:
Jackée

Cast:
All creatures great and small.


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7.11.2005

Outbreak!

Parental Guidance  Disease, Facial Hair, ParanoiaEntertainment Value: Two Popcorn Pieces
True Science Fiction ExperiencePerry** headed up to a remote area north of Tahoe, to settle in for a quiet weekend of fishing with his family. After several unkempt days of not shaving, Perry felt a bump in his beard. His Ivy League education in liberal arts came flooding back to him, leading him to one conclusion: he had a tick embedded in his face and was beginning to feel the symptoms of Lyme Disease. After a shave, his sister Marcia** diagnosed what appeared to be an merely ingrown hair. After surgical removal with tweezers, Perry saved the hair in a plastic bag to have it analyzed for Lyme Disease.





Strange but true stories of events and exchanges with ordinary people. While stage names are used, these events were actually witnessed.