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Funny story: Federal Bureaucrat Reintroduction Project Deemed a Failure

Federal Bureaucrat Reintroduction Project Deemed a Failure

A federal project designed to reintroduce the threatened population of bureaucrats (Bureacratus bureaucratus) to the private sector has been deemed a failure based on a new report by the Department of the Interior. The program was originally sche...

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Funny story: U. S. Bureau of Land Management wants to convert horses into horsemeat

U. S. Bureau of Land Management wants to convert horses into horsemeat

Faced with a financial downturn and possible bankruptcy, the U. S. Bureau of Land Management, which manages not only land, but also wild horses, burros, rattlesnakes, jackrabbits, skunks, porcupines, armadillos, and a number of other "wildlife resour...

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Funny story: Eric Holder Threatens Park Trespassers with Guantanamo Imprisonment

Eric Holder Threatens Park Trespassers with Guantanamo Imprisonment

WASHINGTON DC - Now that the Obama Administration has declared all Federal Land and Coastal Waters as off-limits to Americans, the Department of Justice [sic] is making it clear that President Obama will get $3.5 TRILLION to spend -- Unconditionally...

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Funny story: Nostalgic Television: "Get Smart"

Nostalgic Television: "Get Smart"

Get Maxwell Don Adams Smart, or Get Smart, as it was called for short, celebrated the U. S. Central Intelligence Agency. It starred Maxwell Don Adams Smart, an actual CIA agent who loved numbers, particularly 99. The series was designed to showcase the efficiency and sophistication of U. S. federal bureaucracies and to make Americans feel safe and happy to part with the millions of dollars in taxe...

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