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Monday, 9 September 2013

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A Florida state employee showing a computer that has had the Ctrl-Alt-Delete function disabled.

PENSACOLA, Florida - The governor of Florida has just issued a Governor's Directive which mandates that all computers within the state will no longer be allowed to use the Ctrl-Alt-Delete computer feature.

A spokesperson for the governor, P.K. "Tangerine" Figgincast told the members of the news media that recent investigatory tests had clearly shown that the spy drones that were being launched from Pensacola were being thrown off course because the signals from the Ctrl-Alt-Delete function were interfering with the spy drones synchronized logistical contingency.

Mr. Figgincast went on to say that if anyone is found to still be using the Ctrl-Alt-Delete function after 12:01 a.m. on Friday, September 13, the computer's owner will be arrested and charged with non-compliance of a Florida Governor's Directive.

SIDENOTE: Any and all violators will be fined the sum of $285. A second offense may end up in the individual being exiled to Phoenix, Arizona, where the temperatures can get up as high as 110 degrees.

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