Ganja, KS-- An enormous marijuana farm covering the entire state of Kansas has been located by the DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency). Over 100 trillion marijuana plants were spotted using infra-red satellites and a fleet of DEA helicopters. The farm completely blanketed the entire state from border to border.
Police say every single patch of dirt in Kansas was being used to grow the weed. Whoever was growing the marijuana plants decided to hide their illegal activities in plain sight. Many of the plants were over ten-feet tall. Street value of the haul is estimated to be at least $10 quadrillion.
DEA agents plan to begin burning all 10 trillion marijuana plants later today in a giant bonfire. A thick, gray cloud of marijuana smoke is then expected to cover the eastern half of the United States. The bonfire should last at least six months, and eventually the entire Northern Hemisphere of the earth will be covered with a thick cloud of marijuana smoke for thousands of years.
"This is a gift to the world from our state." said the governor of Kansas. "Click your heels three times, breath deeply, and soon you will think that you're in the Land of Oz."