Originally posted by AshleyD
I woke up this morning and felt in my soul that something was really different.
Can't put my finger on it- but I was pretty out of sorts this morning trying to discern what was at the root of this universal shift I was feeling in my subconscious.
Then I saw his tweet and I was like 'Oh heck yeah! The Global Truth Center is now accepting donations! My world will never be the same!!!'
TODAY IS THE DAY! The TRUTH has been revealed and the world will NEVER be the same!
"I didn't like any of the religions I was acquainted with, and so I made up one that I did like" Earnest Holmes
Originally posted by filosophia
Originally posted by MarioOnTheFly
reply to post by lacrimaererum
My guess is...viral marketing. You know the ones where they torture you for a couple of weeks showing a part of something...building up expectations, and than finally releasing...a new fragrance from Pacco Rabbane..."because the world is not the same anymore"...
Soon we will find out and all
Our troubles will be over
Gabbo's TV show then began, airing opposite Krusty the Clown, and was an instant hit. A colorful, vivacious puppet (even by the standards of Springfield), he was offset by his more rigid and refined puppeteer, Arthur Crandall, and the combination was very successful. They were so successful, in fact, that they became more popular than Krusty for a brief time, forcing his show into cancellation. In an effort to bail out his idol, Bart Simpson snuck into the studio where Gabbo's show was being filmed. During a commercial break, Bart caught Gabbo badmouthing his fan base -- the children of Springfield -- in spite of Arthur Crandall's urgings for him to relent. Bart switched the camera back onto the air before the commercial break was over, broadcasting Gabbo uttering the words, "All the kids in Springfield are S.O.B.s." Despite this, Gabbo was still number one, according to a newspaper headline the next day. Following Gabbo's gaffe, Krusty (with the aid of Bart and Lisa) launched a spectacular comeback special which included a number of his celebrity friends. The special was a huge success and re-established Krusty's stranglehold on the hearts of the children of Springfield.