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From News Discussion / Christians Ordered To Register With Homeland Security
Posted 2 Feb 13 16:31
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Hydrogen Balloon:

You were clairvoyant about King Obama I! Five thumbs up for the collection plate.

PoM

 
From General Discussion / Who is your favourite/favorite Pole?
Posted 3 Jan 13 00:41
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Babushka:

You also forgot Chebyshev, who has both poles and zeros.

PoM

 
From Magazine Discussion / NRA Finds Just The Exact Man For Their Propaganda Ministry
Posted 29 Dec 12 16:47
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rfreed:

That's what makes satire so interesting, as the reader has to decide the intention of the writer. Obviously the original statement is absurd.

But so is the current frenzy to ban, tax or confiscate every legally purchased weapon owned by law abiding citizens. Yet, criminals would still have no problem obtaining illegal weapons.

Hopefully an informed debate concerning this very complex subject will ensue, but I doubt it.

Happy New Year.

PoM

 
From Magazine Discussion / NRA Finds Just The Exact Man For Their Propaganda Ministry
Posted 27 Dec 12 20:43
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Alaska state officials announced today that anyone turning in an older AK-47 assault rifle will be given the newer model AK-74 assault rifle.

 
From General Discussion / Dear Spoof
Posted 26 Dec 12 20:39
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Dear Spoof:

In the tradition of Boxing day Mrs. Philbert and Mrs. Skoob are allowing their spouses to rule the roost for the day!

Victoria Box
London, UK



 
From General Discussion / Season's Greetings From The Isle Of SSHite!
Posted 24 Dec 12 20:51
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Deck Us All With Boston Charlie (Walt Kelly Christmas carol)


Deck us all with Boston Charlie,

Walla Walla, Wash, and Kalamazoo!

Nora's freezin' on the trolley,

Swaller dollar cauliflower Alleygaroo!

Don't we know archaic barrel, Lullaby Lilla Boy, Louisville Lou.

Trolley Molly don't love Harold, Boola Boola Pensacoola Hullabaloo!



A cool Yule and a frantic first to all!



 
From General Discussion / Dear Spoof
Posted 23 Dec 12 20:29
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Jean:

Sorry to see you leave.

PoM



Quote: Jean Le Fete

Dear Spoof,

This whole modern Mayan Debacle started with the Beatles and Paul McCartney penning "The End" on Abbey Road. Then of course you know Yoko was actually a Mayan high priestess in a former life and symbolically she ended the Beatles. But of course it was really Ringo's ring in HELP that lead to the largest stir of Mayan calender frenzy among a small Druid set of fans from Ireland. Carry on. Oh and I'm also announcing that after my final magazine article in my series Born To Spoof, I shall be retiring from this website. Nothing personal, but as Skoob has expressed, its no fun here anymore and a friend of mine has had their feelings hurt. So really who needs it, but I'm going to finish doing something that use to give me great enjoyment here and leave on a positive note. Thank you. God bless us every one!

JLF


 
From Magazine Discussion / 2012 Bad Sex Award Winners Announced
Posted 9 Dec 12 16:42
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Captain S:

You have brightened my day.

5 thumbs or other straight up body parts.

PoM

 
From General Discussion / Happy Christmas Spoofers
Posted 6 Dec 12 17:29
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ARM:

Have a cool yule and a frantic first.

PoM

 
From News Discussion / American Koreans are an endangered species
Posted 18 Nov 12 17:14
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This story is racist CRAPPO!

PoM

 
From General Discussion / Dear Spoof
Posted 14 Nov 12 17:12
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Dear Spoof:

It seems that some of the The Spoofwriters may have been on to something about stories involving sex, sexual organs and boobs. These folks were ridiculed as not being literary giants! Well, the world media are now covering the current Democratic Obama administration sex and national security scandals.

We here at the White House are hoping for a return to the good old days of Republican administration money scandals to keep Democratic administration fooling around off the front page and off the 24 hour TV news services!

Sex Sells
Forth Assistant Press Secretary
The White House
Washington DC


 
From General Discussion / Lest We Forget
Posted 11 Nov 12 16:16
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Bless 'em all,
Bless 'em all.
The long and the short and the tall,

Bless all those Sergeants and WO1's,
Bless all those Corporals and their blinkin'/bleedin' sons,
Cos' we're saying goodbye to 'em all.
And back to their Billets they crawl,
You'll get no promotion this side of the ocean,
So cheer up my lads bless 'em all



 
From General Discussion / Dear Spoof
Posted 11 Nov 12 16:07
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Dear Spoof:

Souldn't the word in the previous letter be fermented rather than demented?

Jack Daniels
Lynchburg, Tennessee

 
From General Discussion / Love Love Love
Posted 10 Nov 12 15:11
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Perhaps ARM meant Lave.

PoM

 
From General Discussion / Remembrance Slurps
Posted 9 Nov 12 21:40
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Simon:

No I didn't take it that you were being flippant. I was just reinforcing the significance of Remembrance Day/Veterans Day.

PoM


 
From General Discussion / Remembrance Slurps
Posted 9 Nov 12 21:22
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Simon:

Yes, Veterans Day/Remembrance day:

"Seriously though. Truly a day to remember those who have given their lives to protect our freedom."

Congratulations on your birthday.

PoM




Quote: Simon Saunders

Remembrance Day is always a solemn day for me cuz it's my birthday as well.

Me grandad was a desert rat during the second world war. He wasn't in the army, he just used to wander through the desert dressed as a rat.

Seriously though. Truly a day to remember those who have given their lives to protect our freedom.

Simon


 
From General Discussion / Remembrance Slurps
Posted 9 Nov 12 20:32
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Clive:

I've been trying for years to get a Pizmo Beach Pennsyltucky connection, but also to no avail.

The cost would be chump change compared to our yearly $1 trillion budget deficits.

PoM




Quote: Clive Danton

No DC - Charing Cross line PoM?

Are you sure about this my friend???

What an engineering faux pas!!

I'll just have to have your share then old chap. Don't worry I'll force em down like the trooper I truly am sir


 
From General Discussion / Remembrance Slurps
Posted 9 Nov 12 19:22
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Clive:

Sorry, I can't make it as the Washington DC Metro hasn't been extented to Charing Cross Station as yet.

Have one, two or more glasses for the Regiment and all the fallen.

PoM

 
From General Discussion / The Add A Funny Clip Thread
Posted 8 Nov 12 15:59
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Clive:

That's good.

PoM



Quote: Clive Danton

And now for something completely similar....

Turned Out Nice Again...


 
From General Discussion / Is there an attempt to censor literature in your country?
Posted 7 Nov 12 13:08
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Frankie:

Interesting!

PoM



Quote: Francois Dubois, S.J.

PofM:

Wish I could draw an asshole as good as Kurt could!

Another book you won't find on school library shelves in WV:

"The Communist Manifesto"


Oddly enough, "Mein Kamp" is sitting fat and sassy in the bio section.


 
From General Discussion / Is there an attempt to censor literature in your country?
Posted 7 Nov 12 05:11
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ARM/Frankie:

Mark Twain and Kurt Vonnegurt are always the targets of censorship by the politically correct crowd.

You mean God isn't a black lady?

PoM

 
From General Discussion / Hurricane Sandy
Posted 30 Oct 12 16:44
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Thanks Everybody:

We survived OK where we live in the Baltimore Maryland metropolitan area. We have power, but fallen trees, limbs, leaves, other junk, etc all over the roads.

However, it is a worse mess in other parts of the state of Maryland, bridges closed, flooding, trees down, snow and power loss.

The states of New York, New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia and Virginia etc got hit very hard. All of the preceding weather related events including very bad flooding in low lying places. The various state emergency management organizations seem to be functioning.


Coastal areas in the states mentioned were hard hit. New York City had lots of flooding, including river crossing tunnels and the subways (underground).

Thanks/kudos go out to the Emergency crews/first responders who are out there helping people. Cleanup and return to normal (schools reopen, public transportation available, people going to work) is going to take some time.

The storm which is both part hurricane and part Noreaster is moving further west.

Hope this isn't redundant with what you have seen on your local TV.

PoM






 
From General Discussion / Dear Spoof
Posted 26 Oct 12 22:18
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Dear Spoof:

The holidays are fast approaching and with them the annual The SpoofChristmas party. Last year an anonymous someone, unnoticed, put Viagra in the Christmas punch. Our research indicates that it had no effect, as the birthrate among The Spoofwriters is down. Further research has determined that the Viagra was bogus, coming from a Canadian pharmacy or that the male writers are gay!

This office recommends that all Spoof writers (male and female) that attended last years Christmas party report to the National Health Service (NHS) offices in London for a complete physical examination. For writers living abroad, travel costs are your responsibility.

Thank you,
Peter Willy Johnson

Richmond House
79 Whitehall
London SW1A 2NS

 
From General Discussion / Slavery, thats what it is, Slavery
Posted 24 Oct 12 22:27
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ARM:

Thanks for lots of laughs tonight.

PoM

 
From General Discussion / Slavery, thats what it is, Slavery
Posted 24 Oct 12 22:19
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ARM:

I'll disguise myself as The Queen, then what will she do?

PoM

 
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