Spoof news snippets from Monday 19 November 2007
Philosophical Circus Was 'Brain' not Main Attraction
P T Barnum is famous for attracting C19th US audiences with his 'This Way To The Egress' exhibit. Few if any, however, know about Dr John Socrates and his 'Philosophical Carnival' of the same period, whose 'This Way To The Infinite Regress' exhibit merely baffled visitors.
U.S. Bans Mail To Mexico
In response to Mexico's president publicly criticizing the U.S. for not treating Mexican illegals better, the President of the United States today banned the sending of mail, money orders and wire transfers from the U.S. to Mexico. Mexico immediately declared bankruptcy.
Cartoon World Shaken
Today the cartoon world was turned on its head as cartoonist Jim Davies (Famous for Garfield) revealed thet the industry has run out of frames to draw in. Character Jon stated 'the very ground we stand on will soon disapear', he then delivered a clever one liner and left.
New research reveals monobrows are normal.
Scientist at Oxford University, England, have revealed that the monobrow is something all humans are meant to have. They also confirmed that having ginger hair and being fat is normal too. The USA has already sent an airstrike, as have Russia.
Up and coming sport 'archery tennis' takes Mexico by storm.
Mexicans have developed a strict set of rules, and have been demonstrating worldwide. They are also looking for more demonstrators.
Rapper Snoop Dog to release coffee table sized book for the holidays
White Women I Have Fuzizzled expected to be Christmas best seller in black community.
Cheney Wins Marathon
Riding on the backs of two black-hooded Gitmo detainees bridled for the occasion, bullwhip in hand.
Bush Awakens From Louisiana Nightmare
The President described the bad dream as "terrible," saying "I was surrounded by black folks and no Secret Service," as he barely restrained a shiver and hugged his Binky.