President's Brain Found In Mississippi

Funny story written by THE MUSIC MAN

Sunday, 3 June 2007

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The Trailed That Housed Bush's Brain For 3.5 Decades

(MUSICMAN PRESS) Early Sunday morning, Professor Oswald Kempt, of Princeton University, found a jar that appeared to contain some sort of spongy material.

Kempt said he found it in a newly purchased FEMA trailer that was to be sent to aid those in New Orleans and the Gulf region hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. "When I first saw the bottle I was stunned. So a shook it around a bit, and thought it must have been some sort of food that was outdated. In that mind set I did the proper thing, I placed it in the waste paper basket."

Three hours afterwards, Kempt stumbled across some documents that had been written by a notorious NAZI doctor who hid in Germany after WWII until he was able to escape to South America to continue his research here.

"The papers were signed 'Josef Mengele.' I could not believe my own eyes. Mengele was one on the most cruel, sick and twisted men ever to have walked to earth."

Kempt later found that the jug had contained Bush's brain scene 1972, seven years before Mengele's death in Brazil.

After extensive research historians were able to conform that the 1950's style vehicle was in Brazil in the early 1970's. However, it is still unknown how, when, or why the trailer and the brain were transported from Brazil to Tomnolen, Mississippi. Little else is known about the trailer besides the fact it is entitled to one Mr. Richard "Dick" Cheney.

Doctors will attempt to replace The President's brain sometime in the next two weeks. "I just want to wish them the very best of luck. For as our mindless leader would say, 'They gotta one heckuva job ahead of 'em.'"


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