Ship of Fools + Andy Ober Orchestra

Do you have a face? If so, please read the following public service announcement.

Each year, millions of Americans suffer from a debilitating condition known in the medical community as cephalofacial rhythmic adissociatitis. Common symptoms include boredom, chronic failure to locate Friday night entertainment, and periodic blinking.

If you or someone you know suffers from this condition, there is help.

This Friday, March 31, 2006, the Ship of Fools and Andy Ober Orchestra will perform a free show in MTHW 210 starting at 8:00 pm. Four out of five doctors agree that the combined application of improv comedy and Weird Al-esque musical parodies is more effective than placebo at treating cephalofacial rhythmic adissociatitis.

Remember, cephalofacial rhythmic adissociatitis is curable if caught early. Thus, it is recommended that you and everyone you know attend the SoF/AOO joint performance. Studies in mice have shown that even in individuals not harboring any symptoms, the show will provide a preventative benefit.

So, please take the time to attend this Friday’s show at 8 pm in MTHW 210. If you skip it and your face is not rocked off, you only have yourself to blame.

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