Organising A Show
1 April 1995
I'm Phoning Honey, the phonester as a prankster.
As it the first weekend in the month of Ape, I thought I'd perform some of my famous pranks.
I begin by posing as an ex-soldier attempting to organise a video games convention.
The names of the plates have clearly been changed.
US: Do you have convention facilities?
HOTEL: Yes we do. What size did you have in mind?
HOTEL: Is that people?
US: I... I'm not sure, now.
HOTEL: What sort of convention is it?
US: Video games. Would there be space for us to use motor bikes?
HOTEL: What on earth would you want to use motor bikes for?
US: Well, would we be able to drive them up and down the stairs, as part of a display? All along ze corridors...
HOTEL: I really don't think so!
US: Why not, Doc?
HOTEL: We have a very select clientele. Lots of businessmen, and I don't think they'd appreciate it.
US: Look, love, if any of these businessmen complain we'll buy them a drink or something.
HOTEL: That isn't likely to help. They come back here after work and are usually very tired. I'm very sorry.
US: Tell you what, we'll just set up in the car park. Put some ramps up and stuff. Have you heard of Jason Bonson?
HOTEL: Jason Bonson?
US: We want to do some stunts. Oh, come on. Please.
HOTEL: I really don't think so.
US: Do you have a chimney?
HOTEL: I dread to think what you'd use a chimney for!
US: Well, it's for Father Christmas.
HOTEL: Er... who is this?
Now come on - it's time to see the result of the prank: how well it works.
STAGE 1: Begins to work.
STAGE 2: Susp EK4!
STAGE 3: The sting.
I hope my findings have proved useless to me. In summary then: the prank works. Stage 1 worked very well. Excellent.
Do you know of any important moments from the annals of Digi history that have been omitted? If so, then mail me (email@example.com) right now, man. Credit will be duly given for anything that gets put up.