State Og Fire Sale!
The times are crazy folks and that means it's time for a State Og TOTAL LIQUIDATION SALE!! Everything in our Sand City, Utah facility absolutely must go in the next week! What does this mean for you? Brain-explodingly good bargains and groin pulsingly low prices!!! Your jaw will fly off and shoot into the sun these prices are so good!! Your eyes will bug clean out of your skull and rent a new skull in Florida and not EVEN WRITE HOME!!!!
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!! That's what we've got for you at the Sand City, Utah State Og ordinance proving grounds and hazardous material disposal bunker. Our prices are so low they passed completely through the earth's core, emerged on the other side and were elected MAYOR OF ALL OF CHINA!!!!
That's not all!!! In fact that is so far away from "all" that if it shouted all wouldn't even hear what it yelled A MILLION YEARS LATER. Even if it could throw its voice.
We've also got the return bin. Normally State Og does not accept returns, but in certain cases where we might be held culpable for endangering human lives or destroying a small island, we allow an item to be returned. Which just means more savings! That's RIGHT! These bargain bin items are so cheap that it's like we strapped 500lbs of Savings to a Fantastic Savings missile and fired it into the sun. THE SAVINGS SUN!!
Recently discounted so low that we should be PUT TO DEATH by the state of Texas:
Stop by now and receive a free GRAB BAG!!! Who knows what's inside? It could be diamonds fresh from Antwerp or it could be HORRIBLE STINGING INSECTS!!! We don't know, because it's inside a brown paper bag with a question mark drawn on it in black marker. The only thing you can be sure of is that it contains 100% uncut Colombian SAVINGS. If you purchase more than two-hundred dollars worth of State Og's painfully inexpensive merchandise you will receive an ADVANCED GRAB BAG, which features a dollar sign in place of a question mark on the side and contains TWICE AS MUCH MYSTERY!!!
Don't forget to bring the kids as we have thousands of unused grenades for them to play with in the BARGAIN BLAST CRATER near the observation bunker.
State Og's Hot Springs testing facility will be activating its Lava Rammer for the first time late in the evening of the 7th of October. While we cannot divulge the specifications for this device because of the double risks of industrial espionage and reverse engineering, we would like to assure the citizens of Hot Springs that the hour-long shrieking sound is perfectly safe. Thick clouds of black smoke may be carried into the city if prevailing winds are conducive to pushing the smoke Westward. This smoke is harmless as long as you have taken the precautions issued by the local Emergency Broadcast System. For additional protection, State Og Cyanide Gas Rebreathers can be purchased at the State Og outlet for the low price of $99.95. As always, State Og has your best interests at heart, and we will do everything within our power to reduce the damage to the ecosystem during this time of crisis precipitated by the test activation of the Lava Rammer. Please remain calm, your sacrifice will be remembered.
State Og Halloween Safety Tips
Halloween can be the most dangerous time of the year for your little immature larvae, and State Og is very concerned about how they fare on the mean streets of America. We've asked our fatality experts to provide safety tips for you and your hideous wailing flesh spawn this Halloween so that as few of your family members as possible are reduced to a pinkish meat paste spread out across the blood drenched asphalt. After running a battery of tests on child-sized monkeys (or monkey-sized children, we forget) we have empirically determined the "Dos" and "Don'ts" of Trick or Treating.
DO: Place a high-impact crash helmet on your child, complete with flame-retardant cowl and Kevlar-weave poncho.
DON'T: Fire a 100lb tungsten rod through your child's brain using compressed air.
DO: Make sure your child is coated with Acetylmethyl-9 incandescent glow paint so that he or she can be spotted in the inky black cloak of abyssal night.
DON'T: Expose your child's torso to protracted high-frequency microwave radiation bombardment.
DO: Advise your child about the dangers of talking to strangers who wear white lab coats and attempt to strap them in a steel-frame launch chair and propel them at high speeds into a cinder-block wall.
DON'T: Subject your child to four-hundred atmospheres of pressure inside a pressure chamber. If you do, be sure to place them inside a high tensile strength polymer bag, as their organs may rupture violently spraying fluids all over the inside of your pressure chamber.
DO: Warn your child not to play with high-voltage Tesla coils.
DON'T: Inject 5 liters of oxygen into your child's carotid artery.
DO: Inform your child about the high quality and overall value of State Og products.
DON'T: Purchase costumes from Wal-Mart, who refuses to carry State Og merchandise despite pending approval by the FDA. We cannot guarantee your safety if you purchase costumes from Wal-Mart. They may contain brutal stabbings.
DO: Equip your child with a State Og "Blast Zapper" personal refractive shield.
DON'T: Set the shield to "inverse sublimate". This is clearly described in the "Blast Zapper" instructions and may result in the dissipation of your child's carbon atoms.
DO: Have fun, because that's what Halloween is all about!
DON'T: Have too much fun. You may catch fire.
Remember kids; Halloween was invented by State Og Marketing Vice President Hal Olenbaum in 1930. Celebration of Halloween without the express written consent of State Og is a violation of federal copyright laws. Transgressors will be persecuted to the full extent of our search and destroy teams.
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The Amazonians value combat prowess and purity of spirit. By wrestling half naked, they pay homage to both virtues by displaying their battle-forged bodies while preserving as much modesty as their society deems necessary. The gelatin in which they wrestle is symbolic of the fluid nature of battle, a concept the Amazonians call ‘akgor-gra.’
State Og... what is it? Who knows! Where do they operate? No clue! All we know is they're fairly evil, and nobody dares question the might of State Og!