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Song Parodies -> "Fest MP-28-II"

Original Song Title:

"I Put a Spell on You"

Original Performer:

Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Parody Song Title:

"Fest MP-28-II"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The Fest FMP-1 (aka MP-28-II) was a remote-controlled SMG found in the Siegfried Line defenses. Little is known of it or the Pfeiffer pneumatic MG.
Fest MP-28-II
Made in 9 (mm)

Remote-controlled used
Pillbox firin'
Area denyin'

US forces captured it
Several lyin' round
Took Germans to operate it
Yanks impressed, it did astound
(Like Pfeiffer MG, Germans were proud)

Fest MP-28-II
Was made in 9 (mm)
In shortest time

Fest improved
Remote-controlled moved
Automated fire
At Siegfried, there
Pillbox sentry
Sprayed rounds everywhere

Hard to beat
Fest MP-28-II
Made in 9 (mm)
(Panthers used remote 34s during same time)

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Total Votes: 15

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Atticus Crisp - June 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Simply ridiculous. No wit, no poetry, no effort. Topic for specialists only. Another quickie in a mad rush to catch Barry.
Rob Arndt - June 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Maybe for you, but I tend not to write about the mundane topics like food, toilet humor, and daily annoyances. I know I'll get docked for military content, but at least Patrick might appreciate the weapon. Learning isn't a bad thing either IMO... also no rush to catch JAB. I actually am down to 25% capacity from writing 100-112 parodies a month. I've only written 125 total for this entire year and don't know if I will reach 3000 by December ;-)
LPG-Unit - June 17, 2015 - Report this comment
One million "I Put a Spell on You" parodies later... Seriously though I see you try to target a niche here. Same in my case, but I do write about domestic matters and other pop culture maladies for some diversity.
Rob Arndt - June 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Factually inaccurate. I only have 687 Spells out of 2725 total parodies of very diverse nature. I may have a niche audience, but I do have over 500 individual artists of all time periods and genres. I also do more unconventional topics and use more unconventional sources to convey my messages. I come from tech site and military NG information exchanges. I am used to masses of information transfer, so it is only natural to play to my strengths. The milspeak on this item is minimal and anyone can use Google. Btw, do you know how hard it is to keep creating after thousands of parodies? What JAB and myself have in common is that we are both numbers men with high productivity. And JAB started the Spell phenomenon. He has 500+ himself!!! The OS by SJH may be hard to listen to, but the Annie Lennox version from "Fifty Shades of Grey" is the beautiful opener!
LPG-Unit - June 17, 2015 - Report this comment
I only said "one million..." out of jest to comment on the numerous Spells you made. Then again I can relate to your rather unconventional way of parodying things, as I tend to focus on my interests and not-so-mainstream subjects at times. No offence meant.
Rob Arndt - June 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Original MP-28-II:
Numbers Man - June 17, 2015 - Report this comment
25% of your parodies are based on that undemanding piece of crap Spell. I'd say that is over-reliance on Spell by an order of magnitude. Otherwise, my main criticism is that you are a Nazi-era German chauvinist, specializing and glorying in war and weapons. This parody offers no exception. Offence meant.
Rob Arndt - June 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Offense is ineffectual. The majority would be 75% other. I have, for example, 242 Beatles parodies, 163 Gaga, 176 Willie Nelson, 57 Madonna, 106 parodies of parodies, 131 traditional, 31 Kpop, etc... As far as Nazi weapons materials, I have a greater majority of world systems. All you have stated is inaccurate and opinionated. It is inconsequential to me. I write whatever I feel like. Go number the Nazi and weapons of my 125 parodies for this year. They are not any form of majority topic. And, btw, unless you are JAB or in the 2000s, you are no numbers man to me. Add 4027 entertainment submissions on top of parodies and that equals 6752 total submissions on AiR in little over 4 years. You are not my competitor as I am unique as both Top 10 Parodist and Top 10 Contributor simultaneously (Numbers 2 and 6 respectively). Who are you to judge me? No one of significance...
Patrick - June 18, 2015 - Report this comment
I must have missed a day somewhere, but I just caught up with the story of the remote controlled SMG. This looks like the WWI model. Was it ever rigged with a tripwire to catch unsuspecting attackers? Do you know of author John Wesley, Rawles? His latest novel "Liberators" is full of references to odd Chinese vehicles and firearms I have never heard of and will have to look up.
Rob Arndt - June 18, 2015 - Report this comment
Thanks for the tip on the book Patrick. As for the FestMachinenPistole... don't know. A remote controlled line defense weapon, pillbox use. Panther Gs used remote controlled MG-34s up top and some LW aircraft and SS disc prototypes used Oberon system automated guns.
Rob Arndt - June 18, 2015 - Report this comment
Payrick, here is the German ZfG-38 training and trip wire MG:
Rob Arndt - June 18, 2015 - Report this comment
Remote controlled MG-34:

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