PHOENIX, Arizona - The state of Arizona has just announced plans to build what will be the largest landfill in the world.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer stated that the dump is being built on a 20 mile by 20 mile tract of land that is part of the famed Apache Loincloth Ranch owned by Gershom and Noreen Heimerskittle.
The Heimerskittles, who are both card-carrying Republicans, said that the total acreage amounts to 256,000 acres.
They have agreed to sell the land to the state of Arizona for the price of $1.024 billion.
Governor Brewer asked the Heimerskittles if they would be willing to give the state a bit of a discount. Mrs. Heimerskittle replied that if she wants a discount then she suggests she goes to Phoenix and shops at Bubba Buxton's House of Discounts.
The landfill will be named in honor of two of Arizona's most beloved, respected, and tremendously self-centered citizens.
The Governor Jan Brewer & Sheriff Joe "Pinky" Arpaio Commemorative Landfill should start accepting its first truck loads of rubbish, trash, and garbage the first week in March.
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