Behavior: The Hijackee Syndrome

The four hijackers have been captured and are standing near the ramp in handcuffs, shouting the familiar slogans of the Cretin Liberation Movement. The hostages—just released after five harrowing days aboard the airliner—are distressed, but not because of their ordeal. "They were very courteous, very humanitarian, " says Marta Dome of her captors. "Once they let me go to the bathroom. "Declares Bertha Nation, who was slapped around: "Any fair-minded American would have to admit that the Cretin people have been driven to this." Egret Birdsnoot has no hard feelings about his...

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