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21 Apr 2008 @ 13:17, by Enocia Joseph

So my mother and I were watching a documentary on television called Seaside Rescue about lifeboat crew who rescue people at sea. There were swimmers and surfers who had been caught in the waves and waiting to be rescued.

After a while I said to my mother "This programme is not real."

"What do you mean?" she said.

"Well, I don't see any gorgeous babes with heaving boobs in bikinis running up and down the beach, like they do in Baywatch."

Mum creased up.

"How come the male rescuers haven't got six-packs like the guys in "Baywatch," I said.

"Some of them might have underneath their jackets," mum said.

"That's just it, the women and men have got jackets on and they are not at all sexy. And the people they are rescuing are just plain and ordinary."

"None of the guys look like David Hasselhoff," mum chuckled.

"Exactly. I don't see any Pamela Anderson look-alikes either," I said. "Pfff! This show is fake!"

I'm sick to death of television producers misleading their viewers with documentaries that are far from realistic. I believe if you're going to show a documentary about rescue at sea, the rescuers could at least get their kits off.

Bring back Baywatch, I say!


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21 Apr 2008 @ 16:50 by jmarc : It's no secret
that chicks dig David Hasselhoff. What else could explain the popularity of such a show as Baywatch?
Often, hiding behind shallow television personalities, their lurk great talents. Take Hasselhoff as an example.
Often regarded as the poor man's Ray Liota, he actually has a large list of acomplishments which he could ad to his resume, if he weren't such a humble man.

Did you know that Hasselhoff was one of the sole reasons for the collapse of the Berlin Wall? This just goes to show, that one man can make a difference.

The list of his achievements are huge, and I myself am indebted to him for inventing the "Hasselhoff", which I myself use often.

Check it out and see what a great man {LINK:http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/David_Hasselhoff|David Hasselhoff} is.

Thank you for contributing this important work in your newslog. It is one of the reasons that I come back to read your stuff, as I always feel uplifted(*)(*)
after reading such profiles in greatness that are featured here.

22 Apr 2008 @ 09:21 by vector8 : Hmmm! Me thinks I sense...
...the old green monster raising his ugly head. There's no need to get jealous, JM, you know I love you too.

No wonder Baywatch aka Babewatch was so popular with the guys thanks to Hasselhoff's "Hoffeneheimen". I can just see Pamela et al running slow motion down the beach. ;-)

I also loved David Hasselhoff in Knight Rider with his ever so dependable Kitt. What a guy! That man has got talent. Isn't he on the panel of "America's Got Talent"? It takes one talented actor such as DH to spot another.

By the way, the Uncyclopedia is absolute genius. :-D

Thanks for the chuckles.


22 Apr 2008 @ 10:47 by vector8 : afterthought
What if Unccylopedia features the parallel universe of people? That sounds plausible to me. :-)  

22 Apr 2008 @ 14:41 by jmarc : You just have to create it
Like all good alternate universes, you just have to create it in your mind for it to exist.

For example, I contributed this little blurb about {LINK:http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/Richard_dreyfuss|Richard Dreyfus}.
In an alternate universe, Richard doesn't capitalize his last name and spells it with to Ss.  

23 Apr 2008 @ 14:46 by vector8 : You're so funny, JM
I hope you've created one for yourself.  

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