Written by Cal Jennings

Thursday, 5 July 2007

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Maxwell Smart's Diary

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - TheSpoof.com - Maxwell Smart forgot that the Cone of Silence doesn't work on books. He wrote a diary exposing some of his most devious deeds in history, including killing Cock Robin. The diary was exposed by Jalapenoman, a writer and prominent member of TheSpoof.com management.

Agent 86, as it turns out, was responsible for killing Martin Luther King when his sixfinger accidentally went off. His only reply, as it turned out, was, "Sorry about that, Chief," as he was trying to explain to his Chief of C.O.N.T.R.O.L. what happened via his shoephone.

K.A.O.S. agents had tried to set up Martin Luther King, Jr. to take the fall for subverting inner-city youth, but Maxwell Smart accidentally foiled those plans when his six-finger accidentally went off.

"Well, sometimes unexpected things happen out in the field," wrote Agent 86. "You never quite know exactly what will happen."

Agent 86 also accidentally blew the cover on Enron when he dropped his unlocked briefcase at the New York Stock Exchange.

"Well, I had accidentally locked my briefcase to my arms with my SuperSlick handcuffs, used for escaping K.A.O.S. agents," wrote Maxwell. "How could I have known that I had accidentally grabbed the wrong pair?"

That seems to be how life goes as a secret agent. It's too bad that some things happen that way. Who said life is fair?

Next up, Agent 99's torrid affair with the Chief.

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

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