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Saturday, 14 April 2007

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For Don Imus: A Dog's Life

(New Brunswick, NJ) -- Rutgers Women's Basketball Coach Vivian Stringer last night stated that the meeting requested by Shock Jock blah blah to apologize for repeating something crude and offensive on air that kids of all races or none can hear 24/7 on their ipods, but which he, an old white man with powerful friends said on air about the wrong group and the wrong time, and should have never thought or said, went WELL and that "Imus has restore her faith in man."

"What?" could be heard over the Friday night traffic in The Sorry State as New Jersey is now called (see, TheSpoof.com). In TV studios in New York , DC, LA, Atlanta, and Chicago the distinct sound of "OH shit!" could be heard reverberating off engorged egos that have been nurtured since :holy week" in which Christians profess forgiveness and redemption but cause "celebs" profess
not-so-divine retribution.

Rev Sharpton, joined by Tawan Brawley, expressed his deep sorrow at the way he, the first responder to TV studios to pound Imus, demanded Imus' job. He asked forgiveness and expressed hope that the almighty, God , not Imus, judge him less harshly come the day. Rev Jackson, surrounded by the Big Rabbi, the Jewish Pope as it were, was in tears and could not comment. That is believed to be a first.

As Kurt Vonnegurt, author, passed away amidst this noise, he was heard to utter his catch phrase, "So it goes."

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