Friday, December 01, 2006

Mark Eubank Quits?

Say it isn't so!

Zac Efron

Zac Efron is the favorite way to pafilay!

Top 20 of 93 Total Search Strings

# Hits Search String
1 124 35.73% zac efron
2 47 13.54% Zac Efron
3 16 4.61% airplane jokes
4 11 3.17% ferret
5 8 2.31% characters
6 5 1.44% philosophy jokes
7 5 1.44% pinocchio characters
8 5 1.44% zac efron pictures
9 4 1.15% foot job
10 4 1.15% pictures of zac efron
11 4 1.15% pinocchio
13 3 0.86% ZAC EFRON
14 3 0.86% foot comics
15 3 0.86% nose job
16 3 0.86% pafly
17 3 0.86% pupa cosmetics
18 2 0.58% Airplane Jokes
19 2 0.58% Mohammed the prophet
20 2 0.58% Zac efron

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Monday, July 31, 2006

Monday, June 26, 2006

Adolf In Space Breaks 50!

Over 50 (53 exactly) weirdos now subscribe to Adolf in Space! An all time high!

Now, if only someone would start writing the next installment!

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Pinocchio And FooT No. 9

What has the Ferret done to East High School???

From the Perseus Project...

The nose, as an organ expressive of sagacity, and also of scorn and anger: naribus ducere tura, to smell, Hor. C. 4, 1, 21 : naribus labrisque non fere quicquam decenter ostendimus, tametsi derisus iis, contemptus, fastidium significari solet, nam et corrugare nares, ut Horatius ait ... indecorum est, etc., to turn up the nose, to sneer, Quint. 11, 3, 80: ne sordida mappa Corruget nares, cause you to turn up your nose, Hor. Ep. 1, 5, 22 : omnis copia narium, sweet-smelling flowers, id. C. 2, 15, 6 : de nare loqui, to speak through the nose, Pers. 1, 33 : Aesopus naris emunctae senex, of a clean nose, i. e. of sharp perception, of fine powers of observation, Phaedr. 3, 3, 14; so, (Lucilius) emunctae naris, Hor. S. 1, 4, 8 : acutae nares, id. ib. 1, 3, 30 ; and on the contrary: homo naris obesae, of a dull nose, id. Epod. 12, 3 : naribus uti, to turn up the nose, i. e. to banter, ridicule, id. Ep. 1, 19, 45; cf.: rides et nimis uncis naribus indulges, Pers. 1, 41 .--Of anger: Calpurni saevam legem Pisoni' reprendi, Eduxique animam in prioribu' naribus, Lucil. ap. Non. 427, 32 (Sat. 20, 4): in naribus primoribus vix pertuli, Afran. ib. 33 (Com. Rel. v. 384 Rib.).--

Tuesday, May 30, 2006


Disney is making a bollywood version of High School Musical.

As of yet, there are no reports of plans to place a Taj Mahal-like dome on East High School.


Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Arggg! Make It Stop!

The San Jose Mercury likes High School Musical! What are they smokin' up there in Silicon Valley??

And it's out on DVD! And 36 million idiots have watched it!

It's as if....Fredrick Quagmire the Third were Emperor of the Universe or something like that!!


And this from IMDb:

The Salt Lake Tribune reported today that Robyn Roberts, the principal of East High School, receives emails every day about the movie. "They're asking, 'Is your school really that fun?'" She says that one school administrator asked for a floor plan of East High. "They're redesigning their school ... and they want to make it more enjoyable for kids."


Friday, April 28, 2006

Captain KC passes on

There's one less Captain whose name Adolf can steal. Bernie Calderwood, who portrayed Captain KC, passed away in 2003.

The writers of the critically profaned "Adolf in Space" had the following comment: "Dagnabit! Where are we going to find new captains to steal names from! Blast you, Bernie!!! Wait--we haven't used Admiral Bernie yet! Brilliant!"

And---HOLY ZUCCHINI!!! Bernie went to EAST HIGH SCHOOL! Coincidence? I don't think so!!! Zac Efron works in mysterious ways!

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Adolf in Space Seven Now Available at a Store Near You

The latest Adolf in Space is here.

Adolf's success is astounding. Out of billions of potential listeners all over the world, Adolf averaged 30, yes, 30 subscribers over the last month! Also this month, Adolf subscriptions reached the all time high of 42. The chart above gives the number of subscribers per day since Adolf's inception--as a podcast anyway.

Simply astounding!

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

August Strindberg Steals Adolf

In shameless act of plagiarism, August Strindberg has stolen the character Captain Adolf for his second rate play, "the Father."

Stindberg's corpse did not immediately return this reporter's phone calls. One can only speculate: what is he trying to hide?

Monday, March 27, 2006


Will the horror never end? There's a full-blown article over on Wiki-pedia on High School Musical!!! With extensive discussion about the quality of the article!!!

And, worse yet, plans for a sequel!!!!

And Zac Efron, "bona fide hot-guy"?????


Thursday, March 23, 2006

Such a Talent

Snarfed from the Trib

'High School Musical': TV movie shot in SLC rocks the tween scene
Talk of the Morning
By Kathy Stephenson
The Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake Tribune
Born before 1980? Then you probably haven't seen - or heard of - the Disney Channel original movie "High School Musical."
But it's time to "Get'cha Head in the Game" because this low-budget movie - filmed last summer at Salt Lake City's East High School - is the latest "tween" phenomenon, breaking cable TV records and rewriting pop-chart history.
On Thursday, the movie soundtrack was No. 1 on the Billboard 200 list, which ranks albums based on sales. Since the movie premiered on the Disney Channel on Jan. 20, the "High School Musical" soundtrack has sold nearly 404,000 copies in stores and through digital downloads on iTunes. It's the first TV show soundtrack to top the charts since 1985 when "Miami Vice" spent 11 weeks at No. 1, according to Billboard.
Last month, 28.3 million viewers tuned into one of the seven showings of the movie. Nearly two-thirds of them were between the ages of 6 and 14.
Not bad for a movie made for $5 million, with six relatively unknown teen actors and a cast of background performers and dancers who call Utah home. A sequel is already being planned.
"I don't know if anyone could have predicted this kind of success," said producer Don Schain, whose Utah company, Salty Pictures Inc., has produced a series of films for the Disney Channel.
The movie's plot is reminiscent of "Grease." Troy (Zac Efron), a popular high school basketball star, and academically gifted Gabriella (Vanessa Anne Hutchinson) share a secret passion for singing. When they audition for lead roles in the school musical, the rigid social order of the school - also called East High - is threatened. Everyone from "jocks" to "brainiacs" try to keep the couple from busting the status quo.
Of course, this is Disney, so the couple take a chance on their dreams, inspiring their peers to go public with their own hidden talents.
The movie's dance scenes were choreographed by Kenny Ortega, the Emmy-award winner who choreographed the opening ceremonies for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Schain said Ortega was happy to return to Utah for "High School Musical," knowing he would find the caliber of dancers and background performers he needed.
Fourteen-year-old Shawn Carter of Bountiful was among them.
He isn't surprised by the success of the movie or soundtrack because most teenagers can relate to the feeling of being defined by a high school stereotype.
"I think a lot of kids want to do different things, but are afraid because their friends might make fun of them," said Carter, who was a member of the movie's "skater" clique.
In a way, Carter's life mirrors that of the main character. Carter, a 9th grader, played on the Mueller Park Jr. High basketball team, is a wrestler and plays lacrosse. But he's taken jazz and hip hop classes at a studio in Bountiful for several years and performs in a Salt lake City singing and dancing troupe.
"A lot of people made fun of me for dancing, but I never let it bug me," he said. "I did it anyway and it's been a lot of fun."
Industry experts credit technology - and savvy Disney marketing - for the success of "High School Musical."
After the Jan. 20 debut, the Disney Channel directed fans to its Web site, where they could download lyrics to the songs for a karaoke telecast the next day. The site had a record 500,000 downloads in 24 hours.
After a subsequent broadcast, viewers were told to go to iTunes were they could buy four of the videos for the soundtrack songs, like "Get'cha Head in the Game."
"Tweens and teens spend their lives online," Richard Ellis, president of the youth marketing company 12 to 20, told The Los Angeles Times. "The first thing they do when they get home is sign onto the computer and chat with friends. If somebody says, 'Have you seen this?,' all of a sudden everyone is talking about it."
Poor 'Tweens.

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Funny List of "Funny" Sites in SLC

This is funny?

Pafly Search Terms... stop for "matt rowley pinocchios" and "foot love". And some ferrets.

rank hits percent terms

1 5 6.25% ferret
2 5 6.25% pinocchio
3 3 3.75% PAFLY.COM
4 3 3.75% Pinocchio
5 3 3.75% matt rowley pinocchio
6 3 3.75% paflyman
7 2 2.50% Buddha%27s footprints
8 2 2.50% Church and State
10 2 2.50% Pinocchio.pdf
11 2 2.50% church and state
12 2 2.50% foot comics
13 2 2.50% foot flush
14 2 2.50% man ferret
15 2 2.50% pafly
16 2 2.50% pinocchio in the mouth of the -
17 2 2.50% pupa make up
18 2 2.50% radio plays podcast
19 2 2.50% sripada footprint
20 1 1.25% FOOT LOVE

Friday, February 17, 2006

Sunday, February 05, 2006

Monday, January 30, 2006

Vote for The Ferret...I mean...the Mayor

Let your voice be heard! Cast a vote for Mayor of Salt Lake City!

Surprises await those who don't vote for The Ferret!

Follow the exciting election returns!

Hear the Ferret!

The first Ferret commercial is now conveniently available at the Ferret's campaign website!

All you PAFLY Minuteman Kids don't forget to load it on your iPods and the iPods of all your friends...especially if they are tree-hugging liberals!

I can't wait until Salt Lake is free of FooT-headed terrorists!!!

Thursday, January 05, 2006

New Adolf in Space!

Yes, the rumors are true. Break out the gasmasks and call in the translators! There is a new adventure of Adolf in Space over in Pafly Radio Plays!

And kids, you can subscribe to the Adolf in Space podcasts to keep those bewildering adventures on your favorite MP3 device! Just visit the pafly podcast feeds and feed away!

Podcasts are not to be taken internally. Known side-effects include, but are not restricted to, headaches and nausea resulting from attempting to understand anything Adolf says. Should these occur, consult your doctor.