Newswire Sources Morticon Raises The Dead
  Morticon, local Wallaby and alleged leader of the SED, amazed the Rose Garden crowd with a hair raising threat of bringing deceased twinks to life. In a somewhat hazy attempt to either frighten, confuse, or kill Argon, local centaur, Morticon threatened Argon with bringing back characters that once, but no longer frequent SpinDizzy.  Among those he threatened to revive with his previously undisclosed powers of reanimation were, Random, Foxchange, and of course Mozdoc.  Morticon's threats were taken lightly by Argon.  It became apparent why, as Morticon's list of dead twinks was run over roughshod (Get it...?  Centaur...rough shod?) by Argon's threat of bringing back Merlin!  That put a quick end to the debate about who's reanimated twink would defeat the other's.
Argon This Week's Survey
  Argon asked folks in the Rose Garden, "I'm doing a survey for @Action News.  Got a suggestion for the survey for the paper this week?"

Natasha - Elastic Coati -  "Sure. Who would win in a fight, http://remix.kwed.org/ or http://remix.overclocked.org/ ?" / Rhea - Cybernetic Falcon -"What's your favorite ice-cream flavor?' That's always a classic. Or...'If you could be a color what would it be?'" ^v^ / Flutterz -  Wanna be Dread Pirate, Flower Fae - "S'who be DREAD? S'wheresa sparklie stuffs kept?" / Maxl - Badger - "You should ask how to factor large numbers into their prime components, of course." / Gino - Deafie Rabbit - "What do you use the muck for? Socializing or roleplaying?" / Mavra - Centaur - "Mushrooms; good and tasty, or downright nasty and squishy?" / Ringo - Raccoon - "Okay. Why are surveys used to gather information, when they are traditionally inaccurate, and non-representative?" / Dr. Gast - Eternal Guest - "Would you rather have rot hot pokers shoved into your eyes while listening to Richard Simmons sing "Rocket Man", or play Final Fantasy VIII?" / Rown - Centaur - 

Maxl Kitty Bobo Debuts on Cartoon Network; Surprisingly World Doesn't Care
  This week yet another insipid and boring cartoon debuted on Cartoon Network, alluringly entitled 'Kitty Bobo'. Despite the fact that Bobo is a rather masculine name, Bobo is apparently female - but don't be fooled! The carton, based on notes left behind by famous cross-dresser and part-time movie director Edward D. Wood, Jr., tells the story of Bobo, your average everyday cat-guy, who desperately wants to be a catgirl with loose morals.

Donning his dress and spiked heels to fight crime and find a date, Bobo fights 'her' enemies, a group of aliens bent on taking over the world through corny plots that usually involve bringing famous monsters back from the dead. Despite the fact that it sounds good, Kitty Bobo is hardly anything worth watching - shoddy animation and worse writing make it just another Cartoon-Cartoon for stoned people to break the monotony between showings of 'Scooby-Doo', 'The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries', 'A Pup Named Scrappy-Doo', and other Cartoon-Cartoons. This, along with the much-touted 'Samurai Jack' Cartoon-Cartoon, proves that Cartoon Network still sucks, and that Ted Turner is laughing at us while he rolls around naked in thousand-dollar bills with million-dollar hookers.

Ringo Things To Think About

All 'furries' aren't just lying around fuzzling and yiffing. Some have serious thoughts and ideas. One, Ringo, local Raccoon has some thoughts on 'Dying with Dignity' and has been thoughtful enough to share them with us. As Ringo states in the paper's Abstract, 'The short title of this paper called ‘The Good Death,’ is the direct translation of the Greek word euthanasia. With increased longevity, issues of suffering from chronic illness have given rise to fears of a slow and painful death. Patients are looking to their health care providers for reassurance they will not suffer and in some instances asking for help to die. This paper is an historical research project of a non-experimental design covering religion, government, physicians, and the patient and family, to review their influences and determine who ultimately is in control of the act of dying.'  

Read Ringo's thoughts in full at:  http://www.spindizzy.org/gooddeath.htm

Boki The Doze Garden
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