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Topics: Pentagon, Batman

Friday, 14 November 2008

It's official now, as of this morning, Camp Batman is closing in the latest cost-cutting measures of the Pentagon, according to General D.C. Kane.

"This was a great place in its heyday back in the Sixties", stated General Kane. "We had highly trained personnel with the best capes, underwear and gadgets than anywhere else in the world. Why some of our stuff here would put "007" himself to shame."

"Oh we're not actually tearing the place down. We're simply turning it into a nice place where the old guys and gals can sit around and swap tales of mighty adventures in the old days."

"This will save the military some bucks and give a few fortunate nurses and aids much needed jobs."

Meanwhile, neighbors of Camp Batman say they're glad it's finally closing.

"In the Sixties, you couldn't even sleep with all that noise going day and night", stated one older lady. "It'd be WHACK! POW! BAM! ZAP! POOF! all night with that one little guy's irritating "Holy...Whatever, Batman!" and every once in awhile one would crack up and U.S. Special Units would be out trying to catch a fat guy in black and white skivvies with an umbrella who cackled awful. Make the hair raise up on your tits."

"It's a whole lot quieter now and has been for several years. Probably because of them being in their 70's and 80's by now. Lots of underwear cleaners and adult diaper trucks go in and out a lot. That's about the only real noise."

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