|2 Because the punks had aseen quite a lot of Boomers,
3 And knew more about Boomers than practically anything else,
4 Whereas the Deserters held that punk writing should be mostly about war and combat,
5 bBecause they knew a lot about combat too,
6 And cwar stories were more fun to read than stories about dBoomers.
7 Thereupon Johnny Dodge of the 440s felled Colonel Shock, Major Cretin, and Private Partz of the Deserters with his bare hands,
8 And G.I. Jane chose Slash Frazzle of Hate Mail as her champion,
9 And Johnny Dodge felled Slash Frazzle with his bare hands.
10 Then the Deserters did not deny that punk writing should be mostly about Boomers.
CHAPTER 81 eThe Fetal Circus still held that punk writers should be able to write about anything they wanted,
2 fWhereas the 440s thought punk writing should be mostly about Boomers.
3 The Fetal Circus challenged the 440s to select a champion band to settle the question with whips,
4 But the 440s said they could agree that punk writers should be able to write about anything they wanted,
||5 As long as they wrote most of their stories about Boomers,
6 Which they probably would anyway.
7 Then the Fetal Circus said they could agree with the 440s,
8 Because it was true that the punk bands would mostly want to write about Boomers,
9 Unless someone else had a big problem with it.
CHAPTER 91 The Spraycans held that punk writing should be extremely nasty,
2 Because if it was going to be mostly about Boomers it would have to be nasty,
3 Which everyone agreed to right away.
CHAPTER 101 Mr. Weasel held that punk writing should break as many grules as possible,
2 Whether the readers liked it or not,
3 Or could believe the story or not,
4 Because punk writers didn't have to be nice or fair or have good taste or anything,
5 Which everyone agreed to right away.
CHAPTER 111 St. Nuke of the Epissiles held that punk writing should have no hobscenities or pornications of any kind,