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Detective Drama: Police with automatic weapons.
Drama: Two people with automatic weapons facing each other.
Espionage Drama: People with East European accents and automatic weapons.
Fantasy: Zombies with automatic weapons.
Irony: A man waiting with his automatic weapon ready to fire while his enemy sneaks up behind him.
Medical Drama: Doctors with automatic weapons.
Romance: A man with an automatic weapon and a woman with an automatic weapon on the same side of the fight.
Science Fiction: Aliens with automatic weapons.
Serial: Any fictional series in which every episode ends with multiple automatic weapons aimed at the hero.
Suspense: One person with an automatic weapon and one person without facing each other.
Tragedy: An automatic weapon out of ammunition.
The music world was stunned today when eccentric rap star MC II Kule used the I-word in what some are describing as a drunken rant about his former friend and college roommate, rap-jazz fusion artist Felonious Thelonious.
“Yes, I say he’s inauth-ntic, and I believe that on the evidence any critic would reach the same conclusion,” Mr. Kule was quoted as saying. “Let facts be submitted to a candid world.”
Any hopes of a speedy reconciliation were dashed when Mr. Thelonious, responding to the accusations, used the P-word, describing Mr. Kule as “a bit of a p-seur.”
…you are the man on the store loudspeaker singing a country song about how much more real your life is in real America with your forty acres of corn and your tractor and your barn and your little white church where your daddy and mama got married and your beat-up old Ford and your dog named Bud, and you are using pitch correction.