Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Best of 2006 - "Kay to the Jay to the Eye El in the Hizzie" Syndrome

Hello emailstosms readers,
Here's a "best of 2006" - it is one of the few e-mails that Stephanie read in its entirety on the air on October 11, 2006 (Hour 1). I just wanted to share it with you all. Happy 2007!!!

Hey there Stephanie,
Since you seem to be adding new affiliates quite regularly and Kim Jong Il finds himself in the headlines lately, I thought I would offer up the following testimonial to a little known side effect of listening to The Stephanie Miller Show - it's known as the "Kay-to-the-Jay-to-the-Il-in-da-hiz-house"-syndrome. The main symptom of this affliction is the inability to take the nuclear crisis in North Korea seriously because of Jim Ward, Stephanie Miller, and Chris Lavoie and their hilarious portrayal of Kim Jong Il. Try as I might, and as serious as I understand the situation in North Korea to be, I just can't get the image of a gentle, yet shallow and egotistical little dictator who rules with a whimsical fist over the northern half of the Korean Peninsula out of my mind.

This is an open letter to all listeners of the Stephanie Miller Show: Are you all having a hard time taking in the reality that North Korea just tested a NUCLEAR WEAPON, due in large part to the fact that every time you think of North Korea you conjure up Jim Ward's fabulous "Kay to the Jay in the Hizzzie"? That's Kim Jong Il for those who are new to this beat. Thanks to Mr. Ward's remarkable characterization, I can't help but imagine Kim Jong Il as an awkward little buffoon who happens to be a dictator of a country of about 23 million people. Who can forget his original demand for a "tricked out Pacer with fuzzy dice," and a lifetime's supply of Zagnut candy bars,"(suggesting brilliantly as it does that negotiation between the U.S. and North Korea is the only way to forestall a nuclear crisis).

I personally have snarfed more coffee onto my keyboard listening to the Voice Deity doing his hilarious impression of the "Gentre Reeeder," who suffers from a penchant for alcoholic beverages, sexual depravity, and self-indulgent behavior all the while sporting a black belt in Feng Shui and a rather limp Tae Poe Dong (if you know what I mean?) So the only piece of advice I can impart to fellow listeners is that when a North Korean missile takes off the end of the Aleutian Islands, we must appear solemn if not horrified, as if we didn't see this coming...Thanks Steph, Chris and JIM!!! Kim OUT!!!
Cheers - your radical militant librarian,
Faye in Tulsa, OK

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