A: Becoming a member is as easy as emailing
us and asking us how you can become a member. Members are
on a case by case basis. Usually, you only have to bring us a
Shoo-Fly Pie while dressed in raw Lederhosen. Or you could
an essay for publication on our webpage. Or you can just attend
of our functions and ask if you can be a member. We'll say
and make your membership official with a ceremonial toast.
A: The answer to that question is "three".
A: Good question. The DGS, some say,
was formed in 1924 by Hans and Schlon and that would make us more than
This is probably true, but maybe not. The parade float
is just that, a controversy. The truth to that matter is that the
DGS was actually forme
A: Some say it is Van Wagner. Some say Karl Shellenberger. The answer lies in who you ask.
A: It involves the tossing of an elk. You might think that this is impossible since even a young elk weighs several hundred pounds. Tell that to Robbie Bomboy (Franz Klingermann). He has won nearly every elk toss cometition ever and has set world records almost every time he touches an elk. Tossing an elk can be thought of as a cross between the caber toss from Scotland and the 35-lb weight throw (the indoor track and field equivalent of the hammer throw). The only way to truly understand is to attend one of our "tossings." Keep checking back for upcoming dates. See Disclaimer.
A: Chad has a funny way of expressing
himself. He often rejects success and finds comfort in torturing
himself. He's also strange.
A: The article is relatively accurate. Here's a summary of inaccuracies.