Posted on 16 November 2013.
In news which may come as a huge shock to frequent flyers in the United States, Leanne Ackerman, 28, was somehow accidentally impregnated by a TSA agent of the same gender during an enhanced security pat-down, popularly known as the ‘TSA Grope’.
“It’s the only way I could have become pregnant, really,” Ms. Ackerman said, breastfeeding her two-month-old son during our interview.
“The woman obviously didn’t change her gloves between me and the last passenger she examined like she’s supposed to, or she engaged in some sexual act with one of her male colleagues while wearing them, so when she thrust her fingers into my vajayjay multiple times, she must have carried sperm into it from those gloves. I mean, I’ve never had a partner and I’m still a virgin, so I couldn’t have become pregnant any other way.” Continue reading
Posted in Crooked Cops, Travel
Posted on 27 July 2013.
My family and I would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the miracle you caused in my cousin, Laura Sutton.
After a most thorough assessment, during which you asked such questions as to whether she could touch various parts of her body and push a button, you gave her a score of zero points, and it is for this my whole family thanks you. Continue Reading
Posted in Crooked Cops, Health
Posted on 22 June 2013.
In a statement updated from 2009 and 2010, Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google Inc., has reiterated his belief that people need extremely little privacy, saying: “If you’re doing something that you don’t want anyone to see, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place.
If you really need that kind of privacy, the reality is that most actions can be monitored with thermal imaging technology, and minimum privacy search engines – including Google – do retain this information for some time, and it’s important, for example, that we are all subject in the United States to the Patriot Act, and it is definite that all that information should be made available to the authorities.” Continue reading
Posted in Biz News, Internets Tubes
Posted on 20 June 2013.
Two days ago, the people of the sleepy town of Goodsprings, who had successfully fought off a group of Powder Gangers only some days before, experienced a series of gas explosions which levelled most of the inhabited buildings.
The mysterious nature of these explosions was that they all had the exact same cause. Continue reading
Posted in Crime, Strange People
Posted on 02 June 2013.
In Portland, Oregon today, many citizens are worried about fluoride and its potential effects such that they have voted against its inclusion in their water supply four times in the last six decades. However, what Portlanders seem to be unaware of is the fact that fluoride seems fairly harmless in comparison to the range of chemicals ingested by humans on a daily basis. Continue reading>
Posted in Health, Science
Posted on 26 April 2013.
Today, surprising information came to light which reveals that Taylor Swift was recently treated for gonorrhea and chlamydia of her genitalia and throat.
Further details show that the chart-topping songstress has also received treatment for herpes, syphilis, human papilloma virus (HPV), trichomoniasis, scabies, and pubic lice (crabs). Continue reading
Posted in Celebrity Gossip, Health
Posted on 03 February 2013.
When the Australian High Court forced tobacco manufacturers to sell cigarettes in packaging without their distinctive colours and logos from December last year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) applauded this decision, saying that it was the right thing to do to protect the health of Australia’s youth. Continue reading
Posted in Health, Human Interest
Posted on 28 January 2013.
In an announcement which may not come as a shock to readers from the United States, Barack Obama has declared that there will be no such year as 2013, which will now instead be referred to as 2014a.
“The issue at hand is our national triskaidekaphobia,” the President explained at an earlier press conference. “Many of our citizens are so scared of the number thirteen that there is no Room Thirteen in the majority of hotels, and buildings of sufficient height very often skip straight from the twelfth floor to the fourteenth. Continue Reading
Posted in Human Interest, Strange People
Posted on 20 January 2013.
In a surprise verdict in Stoughton District Court yesterday, Alessa Maslansky, 47, of Canton, Massachusetts, was found not guilty of charges relating to fitting her neighbour’s dog with a shock collar in an effort to prevent what she called ‘its incessant barking’. Continue reading
Posted in Crime, Sports Scandals
Posted on 18 January 2013.
In a twist that will come as a shock to everyday users of the Internet, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) could permanently close down the websites of newspapers across the World Wide Web.
“The problem is the very broad language of the intellectual property chapter,” explained Senator Ron Wyden, who finally received a transcript of each round of negotiations thus far last week. “It doesn’t talk about ‘copyright infringement’, but instead speaks of ‘copyright theft’. Continue Reading
Posted in Crime, Internets Tubes
Posted on 14 January 2013.
Last month, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), collectively known as the Music And Film Industry Association of America (MAFIAA), filed suit against Stephen Krueger, 22 years old, for wilful infringement of over fifty titles, yet were resoundingly defeated in a unanimous decision yesterday. Continue Reading
Posted in Crime, Society
Posted on 12 January 2013.
After learning just a day ago about a lawsuit filed against Justin Bieber by Moshe Benabou, a former bodyguard of the teen singer, this reporter felt there had to be more to the story than met the eye, and boy, was I right!
After doing some judicious investigating, I discovered that some time last October, Jeremy Bieber, who does not live with his son or the boy’s mother, had gone to the teen sensation’s dressing room in order to congratulate him after yet another successful concert, but after opening the door, found him ‘relaxing’ with the aforementioned Benabou. Continue Reading
Posted in Celebrity Gossip, Music
Posted on 25 December 2012.
Many may not realize this fact, but because Frank Churchill died in 1942, the music of ‘Never Smile at a Crocodile’ from the feature length animated version of ‘Peter Pan’ is set to enter the Public Domain across the EEA on 01/01/2013.
As such, I fully expect the Walt Disney Company to start
bribing lobbying the European Parliament as hard as it can to create an EU version of the MMPA Sonny Bono CTEA. Continue Reading
Posted in Talky Pictures
Posted on 23 December 2012.
A few days ago, for some reason, I was thinking on how to get my revenge on an Autism researcher who knows nothing about his subject and completely eclipses a woman who does, when a really wicked thought came to me. Email!
Now, unless someone is a confirmed Luddite like Richard O’Brien, for example, the likelihood is that they will have an email address, and this becomes a cerainty if they work at a university as my target does. Continue Reading
Posted in Health
Posted on 07 December 2012.
Two days ago, local celebrities of Rockville, Maryland, Vicky and Lisa Hancock, both fourteen years old, were taken into police custody on charges of statutory rape and incest.
The girls, whose conjoining makes them look like one person with two heads, said that they were not ashamed of what they had done and would happily do it again when I had the opportunity of interviewing them. Continue Reading
Posted in Top Stories
Posted on 20 November 2012.
In an official statement released only to the Daily Mail and the Daily Express, the Coalition government, made up of the Conservative and the Liberal Democrat parties, announced that they would be using the Work Capability Assessment (WCA) on another group that they believe are idle.
“We know these people are fully capable of paid, tax-generating work as they already do unpaid work,” Iain Duncan Smith, the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions said. Continue Reading
Posted in Politics