Commissar D ~ the EviL - Immortalized in Song?

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Post by Shadow » Thu Mar 18, 2004 10:05 pm

:? ACHTUNG! - Enemies of der freely elected (and misunderstood) National Social Party! :?

Der Heroic Dr. Wurst has just returned from important secret meeting in Berlin!

And yousen dumpkoffs better watch out! Uncle Adolf is nein happy mit youse! :shock:

Funny thing though! Went to visit old family friend, Adm. Wilhelm Canaris, at his country estate, and when good Shado Wurst walked into room everybody singing Xmas carol!

A chap named Generaloberst Fromme was there, and an Oberst Stauffenberg, among others, and they were singing a new version of – “Oh Christmas Tree”!

Only heard:

Oh, Canaris – gee!
Oh, Canaris – gee!
How brightly shines –
Thy con-spi-ri-cy?

Wonder what that’s all about?

Achtung! Timen for good doctor to make mit da bedtime…….yoooooo…..hooooooo........mein lieber frau!

Mein Gott! If Frau Wurst has been reading about all dem big kannonen………
DAS DING IST GELAUFEN! :oops:
(Look it up! :D )

Oh Shado - gee!
Oh Shado - gee!
You'll never get - "it" -
Now for free! :(

May have to seek political asylum in neutral Spain mit good kamaraden Fridolin! :wink:
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Post by Fridolin » Fri Mar 19, 2004 1:39 am

Up to you if you want to seek asylum in Franco's Spain! But I must warn you that I, Comrade Commissar Fridolinev, had to leave my beloved Spain and join the forces of the heroic Red Army because the calibre of my artillery did not fit with the small ordnance of the Fascist Spanish Army. Franco in fact banned anything over 75 mm. Do not konw why, as the ordinary soldiers were perfectly capable of managing 155 and more!
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Post by Shadow » Fri Mar 19, 2004 3:08 am

Ach Nein! - Herr Fridolinev = another mit da “big cannons”! :shock:

Dr. Shado Wurst agrees mit Franco (Franco in fact banned anything over 75 mm) – everything longer than 7.5 inches is just TOO big! :oops: Ach der lieber! :oops:
So! Herr Fridolinev is a communistically challenged crony of dat dreaded “Commissar D ~ de EvilL”, to boot? - WELL! :x - Guess no holiday in sunny Spain for da poor Dr.Wurst! So much for the camel-wurst franchise! And him so looking forward to meeting some of dem “Madrid Mamas”, mit da BIG castanets! :(

Big “Danke!” to dat Doctor Pritsky! (fine fellow!) :D

Finally we will be told the true story of why dat Commissar fellow was seen lurking around the Reichstag garden-gate, reportedly wearing a “Fi-Fi Fontaine” (of Paris) original ball-gown ensemble mit “Heydrich of Hollywood” matching hand-bag; “SS-black” garter-belt, and scarlet, open-toed pumps with 8 inch stiletto heels!

Hummmm! - “SS-black” garter belt and 8 inch stiletto heels?............yooooooooo………….hooooooooo………….mein lieber frau!!!!
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Post by Shadow » Fri Mar 19, 2004 5:02 am

Favorite Wehrmacht Marching Song:

(tune later stolen by them heathen, kilted, capitalistic, Scotsmen)

Ohhhhhh……..!

You take the high road,
And I’ll take the low road!
And I’ll be in Moscow,
Before you!
For me and them commies,
Will never meet again,
On the bonny, bonny steppes, of –
White Russia!

:D
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Post by Skarn » Fri Mar 19, 2004 6:11 am

Hi Heroes !

I remember an old French song about our Commissar, but I have no time to retranscript it right now. Later... ;-)

"Shadow", please, don't go in Spain, this is a trap : they eat paëlla with schrimps, and our strangers stomachs can't stand this ! Come in France for holidays, you'll see : lot of cheese, lot of wine, and even Martinis ! :D

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Post by Shadow » Fri Mar 19, 2004 6:24 am

Herr Kamerad Loic!

On your behalf I have put “kaput” to Reichsmarschall Goering’s plan to move the Eiffel Tower to Karinhall!

Silly, fat, fool thought it would make a good radio antennae to better secretly listen to American radio broadcasts of “The Shadow”!

Him and Herr Goebbels think “Lamont Cranston” would make fine member of the Abwehr!

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Post by Fridolin » Fri Mar 19, 2004 7:12 am

Shadow wrote: everything longer than 7.5 inches is just TOO big!
Probably.... But Franco banned anything over 75 milimetres, not inches, that is, over three inches!!!!! :shock:
Skarn wrote: Shadow", please, don't go in Spain, this is a trap : they eat paëlla with schrimps, and our strangers stomachs can't stand this ! Come in France for holidays, you'll see : lot of cheese, lot of wine, and even Martinis !
Ahhh... but we do not only have paella and Sangría. Our wines are as good as -if not better- than many French ones. Try Ribera del Duero for Reds. or Rueda for whites.... And we also have good fish, meat and many other delicacies. French only have better Marketing Dpt.!!!
Paella with sangría is only for British who do not have any gusto for cooking, anyway.
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Post by Shadow » Fri Mar 19, 2004 8:18 am

Fridolin wrote: Probably.... But Franco banned anything over 75 milimetres, not inches, that is, over three inches!!!!! :shock:
Just "THREE INCHES"! :shock:
Well, now, Frau Wurst's "pantoffelheld" can, at least, match that! :wink:
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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Fri Mar 19, 2004 9:37 am

So, you see that Pritski has not posted that slander in which I allegedly appeared in Berlin in drag!!! His failure to do so can only mean that he has retracted the story!!!! Hah! Take that, Fascists purveyors of anti-Socialist lies!!!

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Post by Locke » Fri Mar 19, 2004 10:57 am

Hello Comrades,

Paella is good if you drink enough sangria before ;)

Mr Shadow, I'm glad that you were able to stop the plan to move the Eiffel tower. Otherwise the antenna would be a significant target to allies;) Or maybe even the goulash bomb could stick to the tip of the Eiffel tower:) and we know what would happen then, don't we?
Tod sekla bridka bodo jekla in ti mi bos krvava tekla,
kri nasa te pojila bo, sovrazna te kalila bo!
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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Fri Mar 19, 2004 11:11 am

Hi Locke, I heard that Goering originally wanted the Eiffel Tower for his model train layout and only consented to it being left in Paris when the French agreed to put a restruant at the top.
Then there was the rumor that the Japanese offered to buy the Eiffel tower for a movie project-- "Godzilla vs. Jason X". I understand the Japanese went so far as to build a submarine big enough to transport it underwater......

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Post by Prit » Fri Mar 19, 2004 11:59 am

D,

I retract nothing!

(as the bishop said to the barmaid)

The story was told long ago, and lost on the old forum. However, provoked by your ... er ... provocation, I will rewrite it this weekend!

Hah!

Prit

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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Fri Mar 19, 2004 12:31 pm

Heh Heh Heh!! Invent away Imperialist Running Person!!!! Now I have the opportunity to set the record straight!!!!


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Post by Locke » Fri Mar 19, 2004 3:35 pm

Commissar D, the Evil wrote:Hi Locke, I heard that Goering originally wanted the Eiffel Tower for his model train layout and only consented to it being left in Paris when the French agreed to put a restruant at the top.
Then there was the rumor that the Japanese offered to buy the Eiffel tower for a movie project-- "Godzilla vs. Jason X". I understand the Japanese went so far as to build a submarine big enough to transport it underwater......

Best Regards,
~D
Oh..I'll really have to find out some more old rumors to be able to cope with you guys :D
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Post by Commissar D, the Evil » Fri Mar 19, 2004 5:22 pm

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