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Join the Chillyalf Fan Club

10/16/2002 9:51 AM
Join the Chillyalf Fan Club
Be the first kid on your block to sign up for the fantastic Official Chillyalf Fan Club!  
For only $4.99 a month, you get a set of 6 superb Chillyalf wax crayons, a mind-blowing Chillyalf coloring book, a set of 12 funtastic Chillyalf decals and a giant lifesize inflatable model of Chillyalf himself - 8 ft tall and wearing a kilt. (MORE! MORE! He glows in the dark! MORE! MORE! Just pull a cord in his chest and hear him say 'Hey there, kids! I'm Chillyalf and I want to be your friend!')  
Lucky Fan Club members also receive a regular Chillyalf newsletter full of news and pix of what our lovable chum's been getting up to recently - plus every month there's a chance to win an authentic Chillyalf teapot worth $2.99!  
So what are you waiting for, kids? Just ask your mom and dad to mail a check for $59.88 (1 year's subscription) to The Official Chillyalf Fan Club HQ, Box #2452, Hole Rock, Arkansas - and we'll rush you all our nutty gizmos so you can amaze your friends and alienate your parents.  
Hubba hubba! All hail to the Chilly One!  
(Applications from pickup-makers welcome. Please tell your parents that Chillyalf is sane, teetotal and a regular churchgoer.)
10/16/2002 3:20 PM

I remember that name! What brought up Chillyalf all of a sudden?  
I wonder if he ever got that pickup he was after.  
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10/16/2002 8:40 PM

Well hell this chillyalf post just answered every darn question I could ever have about pickups , so I guess all I can do now is get an acoustic and play unplugged for a while.
10/19/2002 8:17 AM

I'd rather die than join the Chillyalf Fan Club.
10/20/2002 5:58 AM
Larry N

I'm excited and I don't know why!
10/20/2002 6:01 AM
Larry N

Oh. It's almost a full moon.
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