Al Qaeda Operatives Destroy The Original Home of The Dallas Cowboys - Texas Stadium

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

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Al Qaeda operative Yanbu Mustintaffi who agreed to implode Texas Stadium for Jerry Jones.

IRVING - Jerry Jones decided that it would be a whole heck of a lot cheaper to pay Al Qaeda operatives to destroy the outdated Texas Stadium, which was built in 1971, than to pay an American demolition firm to do the job.

Jones said that he made his decision due to the sorry state of the nation's economy and the fact that many American imploding companies have gone under.

Mr. Jones consulted with his wife and they both agreed that he would email the Al Qaeda Organization and inquire as to their demolition fee and availability.

Jones received a reply from a Mr. Yanbu Mustintaffi, 29, who informed Jones that he has an expert crew that is very well versed in destroying sports facilities and that they would do the job for $18,000 plus expenses.

The owner of the Dallas Cowboys and the brand new $1.15 billion Cowboy Stadium in Arlington said that even paying for the airfare, meals, hotel accommodations, and souvenirs, he is still coming out way ahead.

Jerry laughed and said that he did have to promise that he would not reveal the real names of the AQ demolition crew who are using the fake demolition company name of Camel Toe Imploders, Inc. along with the personal aliases, Bobby Sinatra, Petey Presley, Tony Schwarzenegger, and Joey Biden.

In other news. Well it was inevitable. The Fox Network will soon be adding a new reality show to its lineup. The new reality show is entitled, 'Okay, So Who Wants To Be Waterboarded?'

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

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