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Tuesday, February 10, 2004

 

Emails from beyond the realm of reality pt. 3




OK, I have a deep dark secret to confess...except that it's not a secret and everyone knows it. A few years ago, I started a Chevy Chase fan page. Despite his rapidly waning career, the emails keep pouring in. Every once and a while, one belly-flops into the inbox and begs to be shared with the world. Today's email presents a moral dilemma. Check it out.

this is for my class project due on february 13. i have an interveiw question(s) If uou are not chevy chase or have no relation to him please disregard this letter. send answers to [delted]@aol.com

how long have you been in this career
did you go to college?
do you have another job?
do you have any role models?
who inspired you to become a comedian?
do you like being a comedian?
if you werent a comedian what would you be

thank you


Contrary to popular belief, I am not Chevy Chase*. The kid that wrote this email obviously waited too long to start working on his assignment and he's trying to beat a deadline. So, should I cut him a break and answer the questions as Chevy? Or should I send back a polite response carefully defining the concept of "fan website"? Be sure to consider the fact that if I do answer the q's, it could result in the teacher sending me a nasty letter and/or a request to come to show and tell.

* No matter what he tells you, Armed Prophet is not, and has never been, Maury Povich.

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