(Hollywood) - In spite of a writer's strike crippling the entertainment business, it's business as usual at TheSpoof.com ...
According to an anonymous spokesperson named Mark, who works at TheSpoof.com, "That is correct. Like other major news outlets, such as CNN, National Enquirer and Al Jazeera, TheSpoof.com is unaffected by the writer's strike, or anything else for that matter."
The writer's strike is expected to stop all TV production, except for reality shows, and force TV networks to air nothing but reruns, reruns and more reruns. As a result, millions of TV viewers are expected to turn to the internet, and TheSpoof.com, for their entertainment.
It should be noted that TheSpoof.com has never had a strike. Probably because writers for TheSpoof.com don't get paid, they just get points. A comprehensive survey of TheSpoof.com's 3,750 writers reveals that 92% would rather get paid in cash than in points. The other 8% either did not vote or were in mental institutions.
copyright 2007 Andrew Lawrence