Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 8 March 2013

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Effective March 9, 2013, Goodyear Blimps will no longer be allowed to fly in the state of Arizona. (Photo by Rico Chorizo).

PHOENIX - In a move that has totally shocked the owners of the Goodyear Blimps, Arizona has informed them that the state will no longer allow the blimps to enter into the state to televise shots of football stadiums, baseball stadiums, and basketball arenas.

Anastasia F. Hookerwood, 63, a spokeswoman for Governor Jan Brewer said that the governor just feels that the blimps could be photographing some goings on within her state that she does not necessarily want going out over the national airwaves.

When pressed by Political Salad Bar Magazine to give an example Ms. Hookerwood, who has never married, paused for a moment and said that all she would say about the matter are the words illegal aliens, ID's, and border fence.

Senior PSBM reporter Sinclair Petaluma asked her if she could be a little more specific.

Hookerwood took a sip of her Bud Light and said that she could be, but she explained that if she was, she would run the risk of being fired by the governor.

She added that she would also most probably have a background check done on her by Brewer's best friend Maricopa County Sheriff Joe "Pinky" Arpaio.

When Petaluma asked if he could quote her on that very revealing comment, Ms. Hookerwood quickly replied, "No. And not just no, but hell no!"

SIDENOTE: So it looks like effective, Saturday, March 9, 2013, at 12:01 a.m., Goodyear Blimps will no longer be allowed to fly in the state of Arizona.

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

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