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Egon's Unicat


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Egon’s Unicat is a myth. It doesn’t exist. For those of you who have stumbled upon this myth be wary that your life may be in danger. Egon was just a humble professor of Biochemistry and Law at the University of Vermont when he stumbled upon a most peculiar strand of DNA while doing his laundry in one of the campus dormitories. He took a sample of this DNA from an anonymous students “I’m With Stupid” shirt and went home that night to run some routine tests. The tests were anything but routine however when Egon’s cat (named Johncat) became sick due to some spoiled tuna the professor had given him and spastically tore up the entire lab. During the chaos Johncat had been harmed due to broken class and the unidentified DNA crept into his blood stream causing both of his front legs to immediately rot and fall off of his body. Egon, immediately frantic ran to help the crazy critter, but at that very moment Johncat’s body began shaking and bubbling violently and a brand new leg sprouted from the middle of Johncat’s chest. The cat now had only three legs, but one of these legs was protruding from the middle of the cats chest as if he were a snowmobile or tricycle. Egon then decided that Johncat was no longer the same cat he had grown to love and cherish all those years of teaching, he had become a UNICAT…
or Egon’s Unicat could just be a rock n’ roll band having a schizo nature in appearance and sound that hails from the Illinois Valley…you decide !

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    Down with train

    1 Oct 2009 Reply
  • DanEhlke

    Pretty rockin' in Marquette. I told myself that I probably wouldn't listen to you guys in real life (aka jammin' in the car), because live music is always great. But hey, you guys rock my blocks in real life! I mean, you guys were fantastic live too, so I'm glad you're consistently awesome live and in real life. haha, keep rockin' and killing zombies or something. . . . . . .

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