WikiLeaks founder, Julius Massage, has warned earthlings that the leaks will continue until his demands are met. The warning coincided with yet another leak of classified data -- this time to Good Housekeeping Magazine.
The United Nations has called a special session in order to deal with the crisis of confidence in the leaders of democratic institutions throughout the world.
Highlights of the trove of data estimated to consist of 1 petabyte of information include:
- Hillary Clinton believes that "Cheryl Cole's accent is a good thing for U.S. X-Factor audiences to hear."
- TheSpoof.com Editor was overheard saying "We need more Britney Spears stories around here."
- Barack Obama's daughters' grades from teacher Taylor Swift included several frowny-faces.
- It's snowing, which means more gay royal sex, and less outdoor football.
With respect to the B. Spears comment, Mark Lowton maintains that it was taken out of context. What he really said was "We need more Britney Spears stories around here like I need a hole in my roof..."