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Wednesday, 25 March 2009

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A small airplane clipped a private house on the Boogertown Road, Wednesday afternoon according to Booger County Sheriff "Hup" Giddy. No one was injured by the plane but farmer Elmer Bucket hurt his arm throwing a pitchfork at the plane, just missing it.

Giddy told the Boogertown Banner that at this time they believe the crash was the work of known wanna-be terrorist, Yussef ben Dockery, who has changed his name to Muhammed Housewear after joining the Big Al Qaeda training group over in Peckerhead.

Ben Dockery or Muhammed Housewear was apparently expelled from Al Qaeda in June of 2003, after failing his lesson on suicide car-bombing and was immediately kicked out of terrorist school, after the instructor was blown to bits 15 minutes later.

Osama bin Laden, speaking in a video shown in the Boogertown Banner's "It's On The Internet" feature, said Housewear got an F in Devastation 101 and received an 'I' (incompetent) for missing three weeks of his required Rape & Pillage training, claiming his bottle of Levitra had an expired date.

Wednesday's crash is not the first time that Housewear has tried crashing a plane on a terrorist attack. On September 14th two years ago he flew his plane though the Freedom Memorial Lights, two powerful light beams from spotlights inspired by the twin towers, that were projected upward from Alternate Ground Zero in Crabapple.

After going back and forth through the lights a few times, Housewear realized that you can't crash a plane into light, and went home.

Housewear was last seen flying through the sheriff's roadblock and in a direct line toward Canada and the Aurora Borealis.

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

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Topics: Terrorism

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