"Domestic surveillance affects standings" says Spoof! Contributor

Written by SpaceElevator

Saturday, 11 August 2007

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US and A (Operation Pencil Sharpener) - The National Security Agency, CIA and FBI are adding to point totals attributed to TheSpoof.com writers in the US, according to an inside source.

"If I write a story about George W. Bush, it automatically gets three hits from three different agencies because there is no information sharing," said the anonymous contributor.

"The worst part is that they also critique my stories with stars every single time," whispered the unidentified paranoid schizophrenic. "That's why I try to bury favorable comments about them in my stories. I really love the job that they are doing because it makes me feel safe. Did I mention that those are nice ties you are wearing?"

Meanwhile, jealous Canadian writers continue to pretend they don't wish that their government peered into their online correspondence with the same level of intrigue.

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

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