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Tiny Tim, Judy Tenuta and Weird Al Vs Killer Robots


 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)

Tiny Tim, Judy Tenuta, and Weird Al were just three quirky performers
trying to make their way in the world. But little did they know, they
were about to become the world's only hope against a horde of killer
robots.

It all began when the robots started appearing in cities
all around the world. They were huge, towering monstrosities with
weapons and defenses that made them virtually unstoppable. The world's
armies were powerless against them, and soon the robots were laying
waste to entire cities.

That's when Tiny Tim, Judy Tenuta, and
Weird Al stepped in. They knew they had to do something to stop the
robots, and so they joined forces to create a plan of attack.

First,
they traveled to the robot's base of operations to try and find a way
to disable them. But the robots were too powerful, and the trio soon
found themselves in a pitched battle for their lives.

With Judy's
quick wit and Weird Al's musical skills, they managed to hold off the
robots long enough for Tiny Tim to make his way inside the base. Once
there, he discovered the robots were being controlled by a central
computer system.

Knowing they had to act fast, the trio came up
with a plan to overload the system and shut down the robots for good.
They used their unique talents to distract the robots while Tiny Tim
made his way to the control room.

Once there, Tiny Tim sang a
haunting melody that overloaded the computer system and caused the
robots to shut down. The world was saved, and Tiny Tim, Judy Tenuta, and
Weird Al were hailed as heroes.

From that day on, they became
known as the "Robot-Busting Trio," and their legend lived on for
generations. And though they never again faced such a dire threat, they
remained friends and collaborators for the rest of their days, using
their talents to bring joy and laughter to the world.

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