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FEMA Provides Fake Aid to Quake VictimsDanger Merchant - October 26th, 2012
Troops Standin' Around Lookin' Good, Lookin' Hot
Iraqi Parliament Pledges U.S. National Guard to Help Volcano RefugeesStars & Stripes & Horse Shoes - October 27th, 2012
Beverage Clipart MADNESS
Deadly Drought May Effect the Taste of CokeGeorgia's Last Remaining Industry Monthly - October 27th, 2012
By Chug Popso The drought that has slain more than three hundred in the Atlanta area may have a detrimental impact on America's favorite soft drink. According to Coca-Cola they may be forced to reduce their usage of water drawn from Atlanta city aquifers. "We intend to fight this all the way," stated Coca-Cola VP Johnny Zero. "If our hand is forced, we do have a delicious substitute for water derived from acetyl alcohol and our own secret blend of artificial flavors and unstable polymer chains."
Insatiable Red Cross Craves More Human Blood Foxwire
VirtuWater: How the Drought is Helping Second Life Wired
Beverage Bulletin - Big Gulper - Free Market Times - Foxwire
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Adorable Disease Archive
Monkeypox Pandemic Prompts Giddy High-Fives at CDCMouth-Breathing Vaccine-Fearer Quarterly - October 28th, 2012
By JON RAPS-WITH-EAGLES The 2,985 cases of monkeypox diagnosed this week in the central United States officially raises the monkeypox outbreak to pandemic status and the CDC could not be happier. "Yo, suck on that," cheered Don Munglet of the CDC Arizona office. "We called this one, bitches. Like ten years ago, we called it. In your face, America!" CDC head Cynthia McMacentire hoped that the elevation to pandemic will "better educate the public in regards to why we rule and they drool."
FEMA Ships Quarantine Trailers to Pacific Abyssal Trench New York Times
Paris Hilton Has Seen a Monkey One Time in a Cartoon USA Today
Disease Scarer - American Panic Medical Journal - Foxwire
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Benighted and Cursed Location of the Modern World
$100B Flood Relief Package Includes $98B for Dick Museum in Branson, MissouriHapless Yokel Standard - October 28th, 2012
By Rhett Rocket Congress has passed a controversial 100 billion dollar emergency relief bill for the northern Mississippi flood plains, where hundreds of thousands are homeless. To achieve a veto-proof majority the package sets aside 98.7 billion dollars for pork projects, including $98B to construct "The Branson Museum of Frigging Humongous Dicks." Construction of the museum will begin immediately. The remainder of the aid will be handed out by FEMA as debit cards to whoever is standing around when their truck stops. Victims are welcome to take as many cards as they can carry.
Department of Homeland Security Lays Awake in Bed at Night and Wonders Why it Exists AP
Chemtrails Seed Clouds With Bombs to Flood Mississippi YouTube Scientist
Hooray Branson! - Branson Times - Branson News & World Report - Foxwire
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Thetans Love Weiners
Scientology Field Team Measures Unprecedented Thetan Activity at Bridge CollapseMinneapolis Tribune - October 29th, 2012
By Kudzu Hatebeam The Church of Scientology has released its latest e-meter scans of the collapsed Gudsaar Bridge site. According to the Scientology team, the collapse may have been caused by unprecedented Thetan activity just before the collapse. "There was ectoplasm all over the place," commented a man selling books. "We'll have to consult Hubbard's Spirit Guide before we can fully understand the cause of the collapse. I would check myself, but it's OTVII and I haven't leveled up enough fighting crabs to be able to use the book."
Beck: "Hillary Clinton doesn't care about Thetans." TMZ.com
Scientologists Offer Medical Degree in Correctometrics Matrix-Schmatrix
Tom's Crews - Travoltin': The World's #1 Travolta Zine - Foxwire
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Fun Pics of Shit That's Gonna
FEMA "Totally Prepared" for Extinction-Level Meteor ImpactAP - October 29th, 2012
Natural and supernatural horrors mount on an expedition to an island music festival for the wealthy.
With college finals approaching, it's time once again for Microsoft Word autosummaries of all the old, boring books you were supposed to read.
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