Wednesday, January 26, 2005


Show is this Sunday, January 30. The info is courtesy of my pal, Rick:

Why is this ELASCHTICK prescribed?
ELASCHTICK is used to relieve cabin fever and stuck-inside-from-snow-itus. ELASCHTICK is also used to treat grimaces. ELASCHTICK works by blocking seriousness, a substance in the body that causes symptoms including working too hard, not find things amusing and general malaise. ELASCHTICK may cause less drowsiness than typical treatments.

How should this ELASCHTICK medicine be used?
ELASCHTICK comes as a show and set of memories to take by ear and eye. ELASCHTICK is usually taken once a month with or without food. Follow the ELASCHTICK directions on your ELASCHTICK prescription label carefully, and ask your doctor to explain any part you do not understand. Take ELASCHTICK exactly as directed. Do not take more or less of ELASCHTICK more often than prescribed.

ELASCHTICK may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away:
  • laughing
  • upset stomach (from laughing)
  • dizziness (from laughing)
  • sore throat (from laughing)
  • dry mouth (from lack of getting a drink)
  • extreme tiredness (from laughing, and then getting up to get a drink)

Elaschtick is alive in '05 in and Bryn Mawr, Baby!
Sunday, January 30th @ 7:30 PM
The Point Coffee House
880 West Lancaster Avenue
$5 cover, all ages

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