Written by Aspartame Boy
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Monday, 3 December 2012

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New York, NY - The UN's Ban Ki-internet has announced a ban on certain internet stories to a small cadre of reporters.

All stories that are true but say the are false are banned. Also, all stories that are true and claim to be true are banned. Stories that are false and claim to be false are also banned, because two falses make a true.

This leaves allowable only stories that are false but claim to be true. So, all government news agencies everywhere are safe from the new regulations.

All stories that promote whimpism, aspartame, and MSG will be allowed regardless of truth.

These regulations take effect in one week. Otherwise, how would you have read this article?

After the regulations take effect, the Spoof will only print false stories, but it will claim they are true.

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