March 30, 2006
"But I am still a stork," Marsha Quinn said, "and I shall remain a stork forever unless you help me before you die." "I--I shall help thee, Marsha," Eduardo replied, "but Manfred must assist me, for I am too weak and constipated to do it myself." With that he tossed a bag of herbs to his old comrade. "Take these," he said, "and sprinkle them on her, and say 'Marsha, do not be a stork', and she will be transformed." "Crikey," cried Manfred. "This is easy." And he did as he was told, and cured Marsha, whereupon both men died.