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CONTACT : Pronunciation: \ˈkän-ˌtakt\ Function: noun Etymology: French or Latin; French, from Latin contactus, from contingere to have contact with — more at contingent Date: 1626 1 a : union or junction of surfaces b : the apparent touching or mutual tangency of the limbs of two celestial bodies or of the disk of one body with the shadow of another during an eclipse, transit, or occultation c (1) : the junction of two electrical conductors through which a current passes (2) : a special part made for such a junction an establishing of communication with someone or an observing or receiving of a significant signal from a person or object a person serving as a go-between, messenger, connection, or source of special information
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I'd like to introduce now the featured artist of this page. I'm sure that you'll all agree without any hesitation that Underwood is the most brilliant creative genius that the world has produced in almost 200 years, so perhaps a few words of biographical background might not be amiss. Endowed by nature with perhaps the most glorious baritone voice to be heard on a virtual stage since the memorable concert debut in 1835 of the Three Blind Mice; endowed also with twelve incredibly agile fingers; Mr. Underwood has had a long and varied career in the field of entertainment starting with nine years at National Institute of Higher Learning and Absurdity ... where it was that he first decided to devote his life to what has since become a rather successful scientific project -- namely, the attempt to prolong adolescence beyond all previous limits.
Even before he came to National Institute of Higher Learning and Absurdity, however, he was well known in academic circles for his masterly translation into Latin of The Wizard of Oz, which remains even today the standard Latin version of that work. A few years ago he was inducted... forcibly... into the New World Army and spent most of his indenture in some nondescript alley as sort of Army liaison to the Office of Naval Contemplation. About his service record he is justifiably modest, but it is known that in a short time he rose to the rank of brigadier general. However, before he could acquire a tenure, he was discharged, and owing to nepotism and intrigue, he emerged with only the rank of specialist 3rd class, which was roughly equivalent to the rank of corporal without portfolio.
But to return to his career in show business: for several years he toured vaudeville theaters with an act consisting of impressions of people in the last throes of various diseases. I'm sure that many of you here tonight still recall with pleasure his memorable diphtheria imitation.
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