UFO College New
Music Festival Sold Out
Over 14,000 Alumni, local folks, and rock and roll enthusiasts came
with tents, guitars, and their favorite rations to spend a week jam'n
with the best at the annual UFO College New England Jam. Dave
Matthews, Neil Young, Ziggy Marley, Sting, Jimi Hendrix and more kept
all dance'n day and night. One alumni was quoted as saying, "This
festival had all the
craziness of the Woodstocks, without the shortage of porta-potties and
beer"! Plans for the Spring concert at the Solana Beach, CA
Belly Up Tavern are now underway.
College Acquires Mountain
The unveiling of the new Mt. Rushmore took place this past week to the
delight of many who attended the ribbon cutting ceremony, estimated to
be about 24,000+. "The Federal government did the right thing by
selling MT Rushmore to UFO College," said one of the onlookers to the
event. "Since the government couldn't keep the national shrine in good
repair it became necessary to find a prestigious institution such as
UFO College to take over the day to day upkeep", said UFO College
President, Robert Nerglha. "We agreed to take on the responsibility as
long as we could make a few minor modifications. The result, as you
can see, brings tears to my eyes." Tours of the monument will resume
seen with Bboc
together at local pub!
photo of Monkeyman (star of the hit movie, "Romancing the Stone") and
College Dean of Students, Dr. Phillip Bboc, has been
received by this office from a well known Pub and steakhouse. It is
proof that Bboc is still alive and hiding out from the Alienman!
Pub owner, Oliver
Brewskie, said that the duo came in and "tore the house down" with
both new and classic tunes. "Beer sales hit the roof" said Brewskie.
"I tried to get them to book another gig but before I could ask, they
were gone"! Further details forthcoming.
and Muzun Cross Country
End up in
"I needed to go back home to figure out why I left in the first
place", said the former Professor of UFO Electrical Technologies at
UFO College, Jack Muzun. "And, Monkeyman said he needed some
sort of inspirational trip somewhere, so I figured we could split the
costs to the West coast".
years of living in the thick and wild forests of New England, both
Monkeyman and Muzun felt that they needed a place to go where there
weren't any trees -real trees anyway. A place where you could
see miles up ahead of you.... if you needed to!
Although Monkeyman was a bit apprehensive at first about not being
around a lot of trees, he felt that a trip to San Diego County, a land
without any really good water too, would teach him a few more survival
"You can't always
expect to be around trees and water, so I needed to go to a place to
prepare myself", said Monkeyman.
How both Muzun and
Monkeyman will do over the next several months or years remains to be
seen, but you can be assured there will be some great pictures coming
out of it!