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Viewer Discretion Strongly Advised

Stu Cranstence teaches the public about “Areas” and his “Findings” while bravely battling the side effects of various Juggernaut Pharmaceuticals products.

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  1. Old Pappy
    March 16th, 2010 at 17:57 | #1

    Old Pappy was sittin’on the “can” last night (as usual) tryin’to go–my prostrate is the size of a small apple. It’s very frustrating. That constant urge. No results. Running water don’t help. Tryin’ to relax waitin for nature to cooperate-no results.Lots of waiting…anyhow I brought this laptop w/ me and watched Stu’s prodigous water works video while I tried to go. Bingo!! I can’t believe it. Watching Stu brought semi-instant relief to Old Pappy, plus I learned about ancient sticks. Thanks Stu!!
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  2. Hannah
    March 15th, 2010 at 20:35 | #2

    @Hannah
    …and definitely, Strong Stream.

  3. Bill
    March 15th, 2010 at 19:43 | #3

    Stu, the only one of your “Areas” anyone gives a crap about is the area with the nasty yellow growths popping out all over it. Do they itch? What do they smell like? Are you picking at them? The public needs to know.

  4. March 15th, 2010 at 19:22 | #4

    Will you people stop talking about all this irrelevance! What about AREAS? What about famous archeologists who are almost killed by giant, rolling boulders? What about features of the environment? I could go on and on and on! I hope people will stay on topic when they call into my upcoming radio show!

  5. March 15th, 2010 at 19:14 | #5

    The only real problem with CROTCH CORAL (if it is indeed CROTCH CORAL) or STRONG STREAM (that is DEFINITELY Strong Stream) is that they could be an indication of a more serious condition. I’m going to agree with Lorb Lorbson and suggest you ask your doctor about Myskleetra AND Skinflairtrinsol. And while you’re at it, Stu, ask your doctor if you’re healthy enough for sexual activity.

  6. March 15th, 2010 at 18:31 | #6

    Looks like crotch coral to me. All i can say is, DON”T use Poisantin on that thing. I made that mistake and you don’t want see what it did to me. Suggestion; Ask your doctor about Myskleetra.

  7. Bill
    March 15th, 2010 at 16:15 | #7

    He said it’s foul smelling, so I’m going to go with the cauliflower shaped growths. Maybe, because he’s swilling beer and popping Pandemical like it’s candy, he has created a new condition unknown to Juggernaut

  8. March 15th, 2010 at 16:15 | #8

    Why are you people not paying attention to WHAT I’M SAYING? You seem to be paying more attention to things other than scientific findings. MY findings? Do BONE STICKS and ANCIENT POTTERY interest you less than some incidental details of my anatomy? What about MASTODONS, STALACTITES, STALAGMITES and METEORITES?!?!
    And for your information, Chut Spevis, my scrotums are almost totally normal right now.

  9. March 15th, 2010 at 15:42 | #9

    I think it’s probably crotch coral. The only other thing I think it might be is the foul smelling cauliflower shaped growths on his anus and face migrated to his penis. I wish i could get a look at his scrotum(s). That would tell me a lot. I guess it could be a new condition. That would be kind of cool.
    At least the weak stream is no longer a problem and neither is the micro penis for that matter.
    Thanks Juggernaut.

  10. Hannah
    March 14th, 2010 at 19:55 | #10

    Using “observification”, I see it is crotch coral.

  11. Bill
    March 14th, 2010 at 19:17 | #11

    Oh my. That’s exactly how my p*nis looks. I’m going to contact Juggernaut.

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