Satiric radio commentary for the 90s from the man who drained Lake Michigan and filled it with hot chocolate!!!

The "Ex" Files

Stan Freberg here. If you happen to be one of the millions of men or women who've been divorced, and wished you could do something about those wedding pictures, that is, save at least half of the photos, a photographer in British Columbia has the computerized answer. After this. [:60 SPOT BREAK]

Freberg again. Say you're a woman who loves her wedding photos, but now that you're divorced, you wish those nice pictures of you didn't have that big jerk in them. Not to worry. Thanks to an enterprising photographer in Vancouver, British Coulmbia, you can now have your "ex" deleted from the pictures.

Keith Gulpa's photographic service, "Divorce-Ex," allows embittered customers to preserve their precious memories, usually photos of themselves, and edit out the bitter ones. He just computerizes the formerly happy couple, and then with a magic mouse, deletes the offending brde or groom.

"Take that!"--ZAP!!--they're gone. Oh, and while he's at it, he'll zap away his or her in-laws, in those pictures at the reception. "Yuck! I couldn't stand those nerds, anyhow!" You get a brand-new post-wedding album with only pictures of you and your side of the family.

There's so many divorces these days that Gulpa's high-tech approach to revisionist family history has drawn clients from all over the world, eager to pay seventy-five to a hundred and fifty bucks per picture.

"Divorce-Ex," in Vancouver, for a picture-perfect divorce.

Stan Freberg here.

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