Los Angeles Breaks all Ties with Arizona

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Thursday, 27 May 2010


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Led by major Hollywood producers, Los Angeles California has moved one more step closer to war with the State of Arizona.

On the forefront of the charge is Sean Penn, who has vowed that Arizona will never be allowed to see another Hollywood Film as long as he has anything to say about it. Apparently this film embargo also includes both the straight and gay pornography manufactured in West Hollywood.

"This anti-immigrant Bill passed by the State of Arizona will not go unchallenged," said Penn. "We will see to it that those Nazi bastards never see another one of our films again. They won't even get to jerk off to any of our top-rated porn which is number one in the world by the way."

When asked how Hollywood was going to be able to stop the flow of film and porn to the State of Arizona, Penn said, "We have our ways."

Meanwhile, Arizona which supplies nearly one fourth of the electrical power to the City of Los Angeles, seemed rather oblivious to the saber-rattling coming from Hollywood. Sheriff Joe Arpaio, of Maricopa County Arizona had this to say when asked about the film embargo. "You know, I really just don't give much of a shit for Sean Penn or any of those other queer asses out there in Hollywood. Now that Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't making any good movies like Predator where he showed those huge Pecs and enormous guns, I just don't have any interest anymore. Besides, I already have all his stuff on video tape, so I'm all set."

The entire reason behind the City of Los Angeles deciding to break all ties with Arizona is over the issue of illegal immigration. L.A. considers itself a "sanctuary city" where as the State of Arizona seems to consider itself an over-run state.

In a, "Man on the Street Interview," conducted on the streets of Phoenix, local resident Josh Aronson had this to say. "You know, I'm totally for what Arizona is doing. I've lived here all my life and I work in the computer programming field. The work is really tedious and I feel unappreciated at the end of the day. I don't know if you have ever seen the movie Office Space, but it's a lot like that. The bosses can be real jerks. I want more for my kids, and that's why we need to stop the illegal aliens from taking all the good easy jobs out in the fields that my kids might like to have someday, so they don't end up like me, miserable and trapped in an office all day long."

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