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"Why won't you believe me?" asked Ella.

"I want to believe you," said Ricky.

"But you don't!"

"I believe that you believe."

"I'm telling you, its true!"

"It's just, you've lied to me so many times in the past."

"How can I prove it to you? Just tell me what I have to do!"

Ricky looked into the camera and smiled.

Date Written: December 30, 1899
Author: Ewan Snow
Average Vote: 3.6667

12/30/1899 anonymous (5):
04/27/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan: Wow a short from the first year of our lord Jesus's life!
04/27/2004 Ewan Snow: Many of the ones written before the founding of acme have this date. This was written around '96. These used to just say "Written earlier". Disney, what happened to that?
04/27/2004 Will Disney: I thought it'd be funny if these older Shorts were shown to have been written around the time of Jesus (see Mel Gibson's The Passion). I'll fix that...
04/27/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan: No, leave it. Or change the dates to like 2/4/1013. That'd be good. I like imagining...
04/27/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan: Like maybe someone wrote this during the battle of Hastings. That would explain that short with the "f"s instead of "s" you know? And howabout that rhyme written on stone about Osiris, huh? It'd be great! Like Peabody & Sherman went awol or something.
04/27/2004 qualcomm: that sounds like a great idea, FP.... for a GAY website
04/27/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan: I hope Terrence didn't hear that...
12/14/2004 qualcomm: what the hell is this thing? at long last will you tell us, snow?
12/14/2004 TREE: Is this the start of a porn movie?
12/14/2004 Ewan Snow: Who the fuck knows? Some fragment I found on my computer from years ago. I added it when acme was just getting started, but I'm sick of looking at it. I'm going to hide it. Hopefully, Disney's stupid 'istorical short algorithm won't pick hidden shorts, and so we'll never have to see it again.
12/14/2004 qualcomm: grolsch, guy?
12/14/2004 Ewan Snow: Woah, how'd you do that?
12/16/2004 TheBuyer (3): For the sake of history, please rate this short.
12/16/2004 John Slocum (3): with the buyer