Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Northeast Catches "Cappy Fever"

Eagle-eyed CBH listener Jason Crane spotted this attractive looking facade while walking home from the free clinic one night. Though "Cappy Hours" are a common sight in the Atlantic City area, relatively few foreign territories have partaken in the craze. The Montana Mills Bread Company, located ironically in Rochester, New York, displayed this nefarious greeting on Monday afternoon. "Yeah, they told me they were going to do something like that," said CBH regular Cappy. "I was pleased, but technically speaking, I'm not really involved."

CBH News has learned that "Cappy Hour" was a complete failure, and the Montana Coffee Company quickly shut its doors to outside business. A representative from the company refused to return calls.


Anonymous Jason said...

Cappy Hour Update!

(ROCHESTER, NY) -- The Park Ave neighborhood was shaken today by the first earthquake to hit the Rochester area since the 1870s. The quake, which measured 7.2 on the Richter scale, has scientists baffled.

"We've never seen anything like this," said Dr. Bill Bixby from the University of Rochester. "This quake destroyed only one building, leaving the surrounding neighborhood completely untouched."

The incident occured at 6:01 p.m. The Montana Mills Bread Company, home to the spectacularly unsuccessful Cappy Hour, sank from view into a 347-foot sinkhole. Fill from the top of the hole covered the eatery, and within 10 minutes, all traces of its existence had vanished.

Store manager R. Richards said, "We were sitting there for three solid hours with no customers anyway, so I guess it's not that big a loss."

No one was injured in the freak quake, but one shaken passerby accidentally dropped a mint copy of G.I. Joe #1 into the sink hole, where it soon disappeared from view.

"Bummer, dude," said the anonymous customer. "And oh year, F*** Warren Ellis!"

2/14/2006 10:50:00 PM  
Blogger The Comic Book Haters said...

I saw this story on CNN this morning. Our hearts go out to all our fans who are located in the Park Avenue area of Rochester.

-DJ Sloofus

2/15/2006 06:05:00 AM  

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