Translated to English by Manix of Prime Evil (Original in German)
And again, as every day at the same time: Here is Radio Time with news from scene, jail-music and, of course, the actual police wireless... First the news: Bubble Bobble of the final Chewing Gums has spend his holidays in Africa, which he had paid with some of the money earned with Abos. There he noticed the cheap and wireless communication of the natives, with which you could leave behind the white-green and the black - yellow danger which sometimes appears in Scharz-Schilling (Black-Penny) look. Now he searchs people for the many stopovers, prefered are learned drummers. Pappnose of Kotzkuebels had an nice expierience, too, the day he tramped to the Homosexual Canal Rats Copy Party. After he had packed all his discs and Computer equipments, box by box, into the boot of the car, the friendly driver told him after another hour of driving through Germany that he is on the way to his place of employment - to the German Criminal Police Department Wiess-baden...
-- Tuuuut... We interupt our program for an important message. Around of Geneva/Switzerland there is because of a Copyorgie a higher volume of traffic. The not knowing police is requested to drive round this area. At the same time a Gravenreuth ran away on another Party in Venlo. The people are requested to throw burning objects on him... Tuuuut --
Now live in the studio Manix/Prime Evil:
- Manix, there is told, you are smoking! Do you?
- You have not any vice?
- No (lall,hicks) have not anyone (ruelps).
Now some minutes before the daily police house searching is running, the words to Sunday, spoken by parson Stoenlechzner:
- Dear fellow citizens,... ...Sleep off!!!
That were the words to Sunday. Collect please to:
This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #5" by Brainstorm 1990.
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