The editor of TheSpoof.com, the most popular satirical web site in the western hemisphere, has apologised for what many have seen as pretty mundane and glib compositions by its contributors.
The once mighty and influential internet realm has become a shadow of its former self with many writings being far below the once lofty standards maintained in the past. The editor expressed regret and assured readers that all efforts were being made to improve the quality of the many contributions made to TheSpoof.com.
Pundits are predicting the TheSpoof.com will throw the switch to "vaudeville" to improve its image and attract a new type of clientèle.
(Ed: Don't get upset, read the disclaimer!)