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Funny story: Police to Begin Training Recruits with Nerf Toys

Police to Begin Training Recruits with Nerf Toys

Kansas City, MO - In a press release this afternoon, Kansas City Police Chief Terry Sunderland announced a new format for training recruits. KC administration has been looking for ways to cut costly spending, and came to the conclusion that real worl...
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Funny story: Controversy Over Asteroid Named Gay-Man

Controversy Over Asteroid Named Gay-Man

Griffith Observatory: Los Angeles, CA - Study of a potentially dangerous asteroid has been held at a standstill as an ethics committee reviews a case of equal rights.
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Funny story: University to Change Mascot

University to Change Mascot

Minneapolis, MN - After years of ridicule, the Golden Gophers will be no more. The University of Minnesota at Minneapolis has decided that, after decades of support and school spirit, the time has come for a change in mascots.
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Funny story: McCaskill Shouts in Session: Where's the beef?

McCaskill Shouts in Session: Where's the beef?

Washington DC - In perhaps one of the more embarrassing moments of the Senate, Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) shouts out of turn, startling the usually low key sessions. During a debate regarding Senate Bill 4905.89, McCaskill shouted loud enough to...
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Funny story: Easter Island Statues Just a Cultural Joke

Easter Island Statues Just a Cultural Joke

Easter Island, Chili - After decades of research, scientists believe they have decoded the hidden meaning behind the large stone head statues located on Easter Island, Chili. A scroll was discovered on the island that gave indisputable proof of the m...
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Funny story: Engineers Plan Mile-High Windmill to solve Enviromental Problems

Engineers Plan Mile-High Windmill to solve Enviromental Problems

Washington D.C - The Army Corp of Engineers announced today their plans to combat the growing issue of global warming and human energy consumption. In a joint agreement with Halliburton, the Corp has been asked to design a 1.8 trillion dollar windmil...
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Funny story: State of the Union Based on January, May Box-office Sales

State of the Union Based on January, May Box-office Sales

Washington, DC - In a startling political move, the United States Congress has made a decision to do away with the highly polar annual speech given by the President. January 2008 will mark the first time in 218 years Congress will not be addressed.
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Funny story: Train Freight to Launch 32 Ship Zeppelin Advertising Campaign

Train Freight to Launch 32 Ship Zeppelin Advertising Campaign

Kansas City - April 30, 2007: Kansas City Southern and Burlington Northern-Santa Fe, to industry dominant companies in the train freight business, announced Sunday that they plan to implement a must stronger advertising campaign over the next few yea...
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Funny story: Postmodern Painting Sells for 5.12m

Postmodern Painting Sells for 5.12m

New York - Today marked a huge step forward in the postmodern art community. During a silent auction, the well respected and widely popular postmodern painting "Anguish" sold for just over 5 million USD.
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Funny story: NASA Axes Uranus, Causing Public Outcry

NASA Axes Uranus, Causing Public Outcry

(MMP News) In a startling and seemingly unjustified move, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has stated that it will no longer recognize Uranus as a planet. Top officials claim it no longer fits the contemporary definition of a...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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