EPISODE D: 29.05.08


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EPISODE D
May 29, 2008

  • What do our kids have to grow up for?
  • Michael tries to get up in the morning
  • They keep him down, but he gets back up GOT MJP???? FIND OUT HERE. FIND YOUR TOWN ON THE LIST, IF IT ISN'T THERE, LET COMCAST KNOW THAT YOU WANT YOUR MJP NOW!!!!

    Channel 19
    Northwest suburbs/North Shore
    Hoffman Estates, Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove Village, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles, Wilmette, Northfield, and Inverness
    Channel 35
    Northwest Suburbs
    Hanover Park, Bartlett, Arlington Heights, Des Plaines, Glenview, Golf, Mt. Prospect, Park Ridge, Prospect Heights, Northbrook, Schaumburg, Skokie, Streamwood and Wheeling
    Channel 17
    Mchenry and Lake Counties
    Antioch, Fox Lake, Hainesville, Holiday Hills, Island Lake, Johnsburg, Lake Villa, Lakemoor, Lindenhurst, Mccullom Lake, Mchenry, Prairie Grove, Round Lake, Round Lake Heights, Round Lake Beach, Round Lake Park, Spring Grove, Sunnyside, Volo, Wonder Lake, Woodstock
    Channel 17
    Mchenry and Kane counties
    Algonquin, Barrington Hills, Carpentersville, Cary, Crystal Lake, East Dundee, Fox River Grove, Huntley, Inverness, Lake in the Hills, Lakewood, North Barrington, Oakwood Hills, Sleepy Hollow, South Barrington, Tower Lakes, West Dundee

In 2000, the Stoned Ranger hit the TV with his show SRTV: The Static Experience. The show was a constant irritant to many people who came across it with crude language, loud rock bands, and talk about marijuana 24/7. The show was somewhat successful at what itís creator wanted it to do.

However, in 2003, Ranger decided it was time to let go of the character that made him so infamous, and went by his name Michael Jae.

In 2004, Jae created a show called the Michael Jae Project, which simply became known as the mJp. The show featured skits, rants, interviews and videos. Michael tried to make it a revolution attempt, but failed. Instead it turned into a festival of sexual innuendos, profanity, poor taste, and many other things. Michael was upset with the show and the lack of participation and decided to shelve it in late 2005 after the 5th season, which he didnít complete because he got bored with it.

Now in 2007, Michael has decided it is time to strike back. The two shows he admired and created are now stuck together and Michael says now is the time to make a statement. Free speech is dying in the world and must be brought back to life. The entertainment world has gotten stale, politics have become pussy personified and many of us simply have the fear that the world will end at any given moment. It is time to examine the world in a real manner and think about solutions to the problems as well as critique the human race in all classes and social levels.

MJP: The Static Experience is a show that will deal with fear and darkness. It will help you take a look at yourself and it will now be an educational but entertaining tool for survival. It is a very different look at our troubles as a neighborhood, as a country, and as a planet. Michael has grown up over the years, and now as a father, Michael wants to do his part to make the world a better place for his daughter.

This is the place where reality, individuality, creativity, and insanity combine. This is the Static Experience. Are you ready to ride?

DONíT FEAR THE FUTURE, FEAR RIGHT NOW!

E-mail:Michael@mjptv.net

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