He went to his local convenient store and played PowerBall knowing already what the winning numbers were and then visited his local gun shop to load
up on supplies as he headed out to take care of some vigilante justice.
Well, Jon being the witty character he is said, "That's no banana, that's an Uzi, and you know what they say in Italy: 'When you have an Uzi,
there's no need to say Scoozi'," and then he shot her dead.
"That is, unless, I can BE an oyster," said Jon. So by uttering the magic words: Fool me once, shame on - shame on you. Fool me - you can't get
fooled again, Jon turns into an oyster and fulfills his dream.
Then Jon thinks,"why the hell would I want to be an oyster?," so he turns himself back into a human being, goes to the airport and hops on a flight
to Italy in search of the mysterious and often thought extinct Italian Jew.
So he hangs out in the sea looking for the mysterious and often misunderstood Jewish Shark, which doesn't eat its victims, it just whines to them so
much that eventually they drown so that don't have to continue listening.
Meanwhile, back in the real world, George W. Bush said something else stupid while Dick Cheney took yet another pay off from the International Banking
Cabal for keeping the Iraq war going and having no plan to win it and they both laughed while they sipped their cognac and thought of who the next
hunting accident victim would be.
instigating intercourse with a farm animal of a horned variety followed by a serving of cheesecake earlier placed within his waistcoat pocket by a tap
dancing troubadour midget with a penchant for playing the flute and other wood wind instruments.
After smoking a cigarette, Jon takes the horned farm animal to the local redneck bar called The Redneck Bar, where the bartender says, "Hey, you
can't bring that animal in here!," so Jon pulls out his .357 again and blows the bartender's head off and yells: "Drinks are on the house" while
he proceeds to remove the man's right shoe and drink expensive champagne from it.
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