Spoof news snippets from May 2004
There were 16 spoof news snippets published in May 2004. You can use the calendar on the right hand side to get all the news snippets from a day in this month.
Martial law alert
little george just signed a bill, beginning May29th.calling for martial law over the entire nation,stating that anyone ,especially christian's,or the "poor will be shot if caught away from their home
World's end postponed
GRANTVILLE, Penn. -- A Jehovah's Witness who claimed the world would end next week has now said he was wrong by two weeks.
Bush lays wreath at tomb of the unknowns
Wreath later reports that it fell asleep during the ceremony, calls Bush "a lousy lay."
Spoof obssessed with Cyprus
Today, Spoof writers submitted over 11,000,000 articles about Cyrpus. Noboy knows why.
Man Embarrassed To Admit He Liked Toto
42-year-old Tulsa man suffered deep embarrassment when he admitted to friends that he had thought Toto was a good band. He denied, however, ever having liked Journey or Styx.
Randy Rieves Goes Gay!
Randy Rieves, an undesireable person as it is has unbelieveably gone extremely gay! He says that he loves going to the local gay bar and getting poked in the rear. He obviously wasnt shy about it.
Mirror receives accolade
The Mirror newspaper was today voted “Best Comic” by a group of 10 year olds. The children, thought to be either male or female, were particularly impressed with “the lack of news content".
Osama "dares" Bush in latest message
O. (Dirty) BLaden "dared" Pres. Bush to keep forces in Iraq in his latest taped message. Bush responded with a "double dare". A "physical challenge" is schedualed for later.
Rubbish news reaches millions
Bob Thropple - a janitor at an EU outpost in Cuba - today declared his love for pop queen Britney Spears. Mrs. Thropple is thought to be devistated. Lord Lucan was unavailable for comment.
George Bush to run for President of Iraq
Us President George Bush is poised to make history when he today informs the senete of his decision to run for President in Iraq.
Spate of 'Bonnet Rolls' instigates enquiry.
The metropolitan police ordered an enquiry into costs due to damage allegedly caused by 'a rogue element' rolling on the bonnets of squad cars. Former chief Sir Condon asked 'What are they thinking!'
UK's Oldest Woman Dies
Annie Boscombe, the UK's oldest woman, dies at 115 years of age and has to start all over again.
Iraqi governing council reject John Negroponte as US ambassador
The Iraqi governing council has demanded that an alternative US ambassador be chosen as Negroponte is to face human rights charges for atrocities in Honduras and Nicaragua.
George Bush to World: "Do Over"
Apparently relying on old golf strategy to undue his utter reckless invasion and occupation of Iraq, George Bush declared a "mulligan" at a recent press conference. Details to follow.
Microsoft Files for Bankruptcy
REDMOND WA--In a special news conference that both Steve Jobs and Bill Gates attended, it was announced that Microsoft filed for bankruptcy. More to come as it is released.
NASCAR cancels '500'
CARMEL, Ind. -- NASCAR officials say the Indianapolis 500, has been cancelled due to a lack of gasoline.
"We will, still sell all NASCAR-related items on the site," said a spokesman.