Written by Chuck Terzella
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Topics: Blind, veteran

Friday, 11 June 2004

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Oh Well, This is Worse Than My Micheal Jackson Underwear Story

Chuck Terzella, Veteran Spoof writer was openly criticized today for trying to be funny. Mr. Terzella, who is actually not known for his sense of humor but more for blind luck in stumbling upon humorous stories, tried to use the name of a rock and roll band in a story about George W. Bush. According to one reader who wouldn't give his full name ( knowing full well that the curmudgeonly writer would've tracked him down and torn out his hypo thalamus gland) described Mr. Terzella's work as " a very lame attempt at spoofing not-so-bright political satire".

Mr. Terzella, speaking to reporters from his stool at Sal's Pub was quoted as saying, "Whaaaa? Ish dere sumtin wrong wit my shtory? Fug it, I'm gonna be sick."

The episode should serve as a warning for all Satire Writers however: don't try to be funny....it'll only end in tears.

Unnamed White House Source Wegman (Pudgy) Waterhouse, speaking on the condition of anonymity said, " Good, I'm glad you got panned. All that crap you wrote about George Bush is finally coming back to bite you. I'm glad we declared Marshall...uh, Martial Law; now we can get your sorry ass in jail where you belong."

Authors Note: George W. Bush has not declared Marshall Law or even Martial Law. It is well known that George Bush doesn't follow any laws if he can help it.

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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