The NSA Is Totally Real You Guys

Funny story written by Erik North

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

DES MOINES- A man has emerged to expose the notorious NSA which is a government agency made to spy on YOU. That's right they're spying on you right now.

Somewhere in Utah, a man just made note that you are reading an article on a website titled The Spoof. He also reads your emails, Facebook messages, and everything else looking for any reason to suspect you as a national threat, you little terroristic Al Queda member you.

Yep, that's right, one day soon some dude is gonna burst into your house wearing a black suit and sunglasses, flash a bright light in your eye to erase all your memories, and then cart you off to terrorist jail where you will learn to be the good little citizen we all know is locked up somewhere in there just banging to get out.

The NSA reads your emails, even though you're an American citizen. With all the people using emails these das, the government is afraid you will use email to terrorize the entire country, which happens all the time. And even though you're an American citizen, they don't care. It's a known fact that every single act of terror against the USA has been committed by a citizen, so they have to keep tabs on citizens.

Despite the fact that the website specifically says it's not endorsed by the government, there's just no way it's a bunch of bored kids pulling a prank, that would be ludicrous, and considering that the government keeping tabs on every single thing you do on the internet is not ludicrous at all and is totally plausible, there's no way its fake.

Well, when your little terrorizing ass gets sent to prison, just remember that I warned you.

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

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