Visine@ Runs Ad Campaign on US Colonel in Iraq

Funny story written by Pointer

Saturday, 17 February 2007

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Visine@ Captures Iraq Commanders' Market!

Visine@'s Advertising Director, I. Drup-Notears discovered a Guardian article about an African-American Colonel in Iraq who is so moved by the loss of life in the Bush-Blair fiasco that he keeps Visine@ on his desk to prevent his subordinants from seeing his tears.

Lt. Morris Goins weeps regularly over the tragic loss of life of his troops "caught in a disastrous failed neo-con mis-adventure", according to ET McCrone, Elevator operator and Candidate for Prezminister. McCrone says that his heart breaks over the unnecessary suffering caused by the insane desire of neo-cons to seize control of Middle Eastern oil fields. "Good people like Col.Goins cry their eyes out because of failed policies hatched by imperialists like Wolfowitz, Cheney and Rumsfeld and the rest of the monsters who run the world.I don't blame Bush because I oppose cruelty to the Mentally Retarded!"

Visine@ hopes to contribute enough money to McCrone's campaign to get him on their commercials.Drup-Notears envisions a scenario wher the Colonel gets news of a fresh kill of a fine young US soldier...he treats his weeeping eyes with visine and can interface with his military colleagues without them noticing his real tears. Drup-Notears wants McCrone as the over-voice who says "Visine@ for when you can't let them see you cry!". McCrone announced that he would do the commercial:" 'cause he needs the money but he insisted he would say:'cry over Bushlair's Bushit!'.

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

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