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Saturday, 3 March 2007

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After last months Cartoon Network advertising fiasco, you'd think that they'd be extra careful with their campaigns, right?

Wrong.

Saturday morning the Cartoon Network released a new advertising scheme, yet again, on the streets of Boston. This time the culprit was a set of suitcases marked "BOMB" in big red block letters, and in the fine print underneath "If you manage to survive this watch Ed, Edd, and Eddy Thursdays at 8:00pm!"

TheSpoof was able to obtain an exclusive interview with 10 year old Cartoon Network CEO Mark "Skittles" Renberg and his 10 year old board of directors.

"Why would anyone think it was a bomb?" said Renberg through a stream of giggles. "It's not like it said bomb or anything," through more uncontrollable giggles.

CFO Petey Endol commented "I can't wait to see the video of these, I bet when people read it they pooped their pants", at which the entire board room rolled on the floor laughing.

We stuck around as the board received a visit from Boston police and were notified of the 1.5 million dollar fine required for their actions.

"Here's a dollar," said Renberg amidst an avalanche of chortles.

The board was handcuffed and led away, but not before Renberg could pass gas and yell "Boston, that was for you!".

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