This week, WBOR 91.1 FM's "Sam and Willy's Great Outdoors" brings you Mad Libs. Just ask a friend to improvise on the word blanks as you go, and then stick 'em in the short blurb below. Be sure to keep it clean and remember to listen to WBOR. All the time.


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Now insert the words you've selected, in order, in the blank spaces. Read it aloud if you have the courage!

"Resolutely transgressing __________ and spatial boundaries, 'Sam and Willy' offer a scholarly but accessible, a focused but wide-ranging __________ that places __________ on the borderlines of the old and the new, the past and the present, politics and culture . . . With uncanny skill, they __________ the contemporary worry about __________ politics and violence into a brilliant meditation on the history of nationalism, nation-states, and world __________?in a word, modernity itself. No student of __________, let alone ethnicity, in __________ and other regions, can afford to ignore this thoughtful __________ into our modern history."

Note: The above quote from Gyan Prakash of Princeton University has been mangled beyond recognition and therefore has been reattributed to well known plagiarizer "Hot" Kenneth M. Fahey, who appears as a more-than-regular guest star on "Sam and Willy's Great Outdoors." The show airs on Fridays from 1 to 2 p.m on WBOR 91.1 FM.