Coincidence Control Network: File #016
Published on March 14th, 2012
This week: Behold the SUPER EARTH, Kony’s no phoney, Haiku Monaghan, Ken Russell’s a bit of devil, The final voyage of the USS Enterprise, Luna-folly sunk the Titantic, Wacky American words, Skynet must be trapped, and Kim goes gay for Asia again.
Personnel - Kim Monaghan, Joe Nolan and Ken Eakins.
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The Links That Bind Us All
- Super Earth – Link
- Joseph Kony – Help catch this twonk of a man – Link
- Double incomprehensibility – Link
- Movie time! Ken Russell + other – Link 1, Link 2
- USS Enterprise takes its final voyage home – Link
- Did the moon sink the Titanic, or was it Kim again? – Link
- You Americans use wacky words – Link
- AI Prisons – Link
- Those crazy Japanese – Link
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