The KKK Is Having To Outsource

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

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The Tucson Chapter of the KKK marching down Kobe Bryant Boulevard. (Photo courtesy of Sheriff Joe "Pinky" Arpaio).

TUCSON, Arizona - The sad state of the nation's economy is having an adverse affect on everyone and the Ku Klux Klan is no exception.

The Arizona chapter of the KKK is reporting that due to a tightening of their budget they will be having to do some service adjustments.

The Grand Exalted Dragon Wizard of The Grand Imperial Order of The Knights of The Off-White Bougainvillea, Rayford "Whitey" Giddykoontz, has just announced that due to financial hardships the Ku Klux Klan will have to resort to outsourcing their corporate paperwork.

Giddykoontz told Tabitha Tula Wishywater of GOPicky Magazine that his organization had hoped to try and keep the business within the continental United States.

But he said that after talking to three different American agencies in Natchez, Mississippi; Mobile, Alabama; and Pulaski, Tennessee they have decided to go with an agency that is outside of the country due to the fact that the three U.S. agencies had dollar quotes which were way beyond the budgetary constraints of the organization.

The Grand Exalted Dragon Wizard stated that they will be allotting the corporate paperwork contract to The Yo Yo Yah Clerical Agency located in the African city of Shizzleville, Upper Shambutu.

In Olympic News. 100 meter sprinter Agnes Kayogoro of Burundi has been disqualified after it was discovered that she ran the race while wearing spongy socks which the International Olympic Committee has ruled as being illegal.

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

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