MSJ’s 365th Year Blog Anniversary: Remembering He Who Possesses No Defined & Well-fixed Form


It was the winter of 1634, 365 years ago to this day, Western Science successfully commingled with Native American Sciencery Techniques in Wisconsin, USA. It was this day that MachoSteakJet™ was born. But that is not the only reason we celebrate today. No, today we celebrate the foundation on which our Great College of Science was built.

The Frenchman and co-father of our Blog, Nicollet, found the ‘People of The Filthy Water’ laughing by the River Winnebago. It was these people who first supplied our forefathers with our Original Mascot: Unktomi, The Trickster.

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“Sit!”

Sit! Let us remember our Original Mascot with a Story of Learning……………….

“Unktomi & the Ducks”

In the beginning, Unktomi had no form. His universe was personal and off-white and he knew no limitations. He was a clumsy cloud of flesh-fog that took interest in hunting. But with what would he hold his spear? A cloud cannot chase prey! He looked down at Wisconsin and laid his eyes on a form so beautiful he would base himself on it: the glistening body of The Original Man.

Now in the shape of the Original Man, his first stint killing a buffalo was disastrous. You see, the time it takes to kill something so large was just enough time for his arms to grow sentient and start quarreling. As he cut the choice meats from the enormous carcass, his right arm and left arm grew bored and decided to fight a bloody battle which left poor Unktomi gouged and shredded.

Now, Unktomi would shift his body again and attempt hunting. This time he would get it right! With his scrotum now perched on his head, his entrails wrapped firmly on the outside of his body, and his 28 foot penis worn as a scarf, he knew with certainty that this hunting trip would be different. Firstly he knew this because he set his sights on hunting duck, and secondly, and most importantly, his anus told him so.

After a day of successful hunting, Unktomi told his anus to keep guard over the roasting duck meat while he slept. As the moon rose and the wind blew, two wolves caught the scent of the delicious duck meat and approached Unktomi’s fire.

When they came close, much to their surprise, gas was expelled from somewhere. “Pooh” was the sound that was made. “Be careful! He must be awake!” said the lead wolf as they ran back away from the camp.

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“Be careful! He must be awake!”

After a while, the other wolf said “Well, I guess he is asleep now. That was only a bluff. He is always up to some tricks.” So again they approached the fire. Again gas was expelled and again they ran back. Three times this happened… Each time louder, still louder, the sound of the gas expelled. “Pooh! Pooh! Pooh!” Yet they did not run away. On the contrary they now began to eat the roasted pieces of duck surrounded in a cloud of gaseous poop.

When Unktomi awoke he was shouting mad and screamed to his Anus, “Oh, you too, you despicable object, what about your behavior? Did I not tell you to watch this fire? You shall remember this! As a punishment for your remissness, I will burn your mouth so you will not be able to use it!” So he took a piece of burning wood and burned the mouth of his anus. … And cried out in the pain he was inflicting on himself.

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3 Responses to “MSJ’s 365th Year Blog Anniversary: Remembering He Who Possesses No Defined & Well-fixed Form”

  1. machosteakjet Says:

    Long live Unktomi’s despicable anus!!!!!

    365 years of serving philanthropic, electronic, mythical and evolutionary institutions! Long live Machosteakjet!!!!!

  2. The Infinite Soup Says:

    CONGRATULATIONS Unktomi on such a marvelous anus!!!!

    CONGRATULATIONS MSJ on 365 years of thripping, thrumming, teedling, rootin’ tootin’, hurring, humming, frapping, frizzing, booping, churring and barfing!

  3. Parellel Dishes Says:

    Ah Unktomi and the wonderful world!
    Congratulations MSJ for a great 365 years and here’s looking into infinity until you go insane!

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