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ROCK ME AMADEUS
This recent kidnapping story coming out of Austria is fucking crazy. If you don't, know about it, read about it: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/7371959.stm
This guy is super creepy. He kidnaps his own 18 year old daughter, imprisons her in an underground bunker beneath his house described as a "Soundproof dungeon behind 300kg steel door", and proceeds to rape her for the next 24 years, resulting in 7 children. One died in infancy. 3 others were left on the porch of the house he shared with his wife, leaving them to raise them. That's right, a wife. And she swears she had no idea all along. That leaves 2 other kids, who have never seen the light of day, including the oldest, a 19 year old girl. Look at his picture, this fuck is mega creepy, Candyman creepy. Not to mention that all of this happened in the German language. And they think those polygamist kids in Texas are gonna have a hard to adjusting to society?
This is a terrible story and all, but what I really wanna know is HOW THE FUCK DO YOU BUILD A BUNKER WITH 2 BEDROOMS, A BATHROOM, AND A LIVING ROOM UNDER YOUR HOUSE WITH NOBODY, NOT EVEN YOUR FUCKING WIFE, NOTICING?
Please, I need to know. I really need to know. I'm not asking how he kept these kids and woman down there for 24 years without arousing any suspicion at all from his wife or neighbors. It's the DEMON BUNKER OF HELL I'd like to know about? Do you hire contractors? What do you tell everyone? Then, after it's built, what do you pretend it's used for? Doesn't the wife ever wonder, "Gee Yosef, remember that bunker you built underneath zee house? Yah, zee one zat took 2 years and cost us 10,000 marks? yah, zat one. vell, vwat do you use it for? I'm just curious Yosef, don't get angry."
On the lighter side; I'm really into the new Mystery Jet's album "21". If you like our band at all, I think you'd be really into it. Check out their videos too, especially for "Two Doors Down". I'm a bit mad though, as they stole part of my idea of having cheesy 80's dancers dancing in the background. But touche, it's brilliant.
Also, I saw the new Harold & Kumar picture. Hilarious. Sure, there's some lowbrow moments, but all in all it's definitely worth checking out. "I'm serious about that Kool-Aid"... brilliant.