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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.”