Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Trump Riled He’s Not Included on Anon’s KKK List

Presidential hopeful and media prostitute Donald Trump took to Twitter Thursday evening, erupting at not being included in the Hacktivist organization Anonymous’ KKK list. The billionaire Trump, whose campaign has revolved around deporting over 11 million illegal aliens if he’s elected President, insisted that he was deliberately omitted from the list in an attempt by Anonymous to attack his character.

“Of course I should be on the list,” he told a crowd of old, rich, white supporters in Florida earlier Friday morning. “I should be number one. Just the fact that I’m nowhere to be found on it discredits the entire list.”

Anonymous coincided the Operation Hoods Off KKK information release of 500-1000 names with November 5th, Guy Fawkes Day, a day celebrated in Great Britain that dates back to 1605, when Guy Fawkes was arrested for plotting to blow up the House of Lords. The online Hacktivists have a history of fighting for social justice by unveiling private data of their social enemies.

Two days before the data dump, a leaked file incorrectly identified four U.S. Senators on this list, as well as several mayors and elected representatives. They all quickly took to the social media airwaves to denounce the validity of the leak and proclaim their innocence.

There are many people upset about the KKK list, including those who appeared on the inaccurate version. But as of this writing, Trump is the only person upset at not making the list.

“I invented prejudice. Prejudice is what makes America great. That and Celebrity Apprentice,” he said to a roaring crowd at a campaign stop in Ames, Iowa. “I have enough white sheets in my closet to clothe Liberace, only mine aren’t gay,” he went on, as the crowd started chanting “Donald J. for the KKK.”

At one point in his speech, he pointed to a poster of a Guy Fawkes mask and yelled, “Look at that face! Why would anyone believe an ugly loser like that?”

Several national polls show Trump to be narrowly leading the race for the Republican nomination over political outsider and religious neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Carson, who recently posited that the pyramids were built by the Biblical Joseph to store grain, told reporters that he’s quickly working on his next crazy statement in order to jump Trump in the polls.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Cubs Lose in Playoffs, Cosmos Safe

In historic fashion, the curse of the Billy Goat again reared its ugly head on those Lovable Losers, the Chicago Cubs. Game four of the National League Chamspionhip Series ended with the New York Mets beating the Cubbies by the score of 8-3, sweeping the team everyone thought was destined to win the World Series because Back to the Future predicted it. The Mets hammered Chicago Cub pitcher Jason Hammel so bad he only lasted two innings innings in the post season game, ensuring the continuation of planetary rotation and balance within the cosmos.

"On the one hand, I'm severely disappointed," said 86-year-old Bud Cromsky, a die hard Chicago Cub fan, "But at least there'll be no Armageddon."

Continued life on earth has, of all things, a Billy Goat to thank. During the Cubs' last trip to the Series in 1945, Chicago tavern-keeper, Sam Sianis and his pet goat Murphy were denied entrance into Wrigley Field. Sianis said, "Never again will World Series be played in Wrigley Field," or so the tale is told. The moral of this story is: don't piss off a man with a goat. Of course curses cannot live on Billy Goats alone.

In 1969, a black cat walked across Wrigley Field and the Cubs lost to the New York Mets. The superstition that followed was predictable, but rarely is the question asked: how did a cat get into Wrigley when a Billy Goat doesn't stand a chance?

In the eighth inning of game six of 2003's LCS between the Marlins and the Cubs, with the Cubs just innings away from a World Series, one of the Cubs' very own helped further along their losing streak. On a pop foul near the left field line, Chicago outfielder Moises Alou seemed poised to pocket the second out of the inning. But a Cubbie fan deflected the ball away from Alou's glove, and the inevitable chaos ensued. An error, a walk, eight runs, and several cups of beer spilt on the infamous fan later, the Cubs rolled over faster than John F. on Marilyn Monroe.

It's been 107 years since the Chicago Cubs last won a World Series. Bud Cromsky was but a twinkle in his pop's eye. Back then Wrigley Field didn't have lights because electricity had not yet been invented. Neither had television, the internet, or air conditioning. Back then Chicago wasn't even the Windy City yet. It was affectionately known as the Slightly Breezy City.

One can only wonder how much the world will have changed if the Chicago Cubs ever return to the World Series. I've got my money on robotic pitchers and beer that stays cold without refrigeration. But in the meantime, we should celebrate the continued stability of the cosmos.

Thursday, September 03, 2015

Same Sex Jail Romance Leads to Kentucky Clerk’s Change of Heart

Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis, who refused to issue gay marriage licenses and was taken into federal custody Thursday, has posted bond and been released after having a change of heart in jail. After experiencing what she called a quasi-religious experience with her female cell mate, Davis returned to her job, her cheeks flushed and a smile spread across her formerly dumpy disposition.

“God sent me a message while I was incarcerated,” she told a crowd outside the courthouse before heading back to work. “God was cleverly disguised as a big black woman named Shaniqua with very soft hands, but His message was loud and clear: We are here to love one another, not to deny each other basic rights and services.” Shaniqua Jackson, a former hairdresser from Ashland and Davis’s cell mate for the night, is serving a four year sentence for prostitution and marijuana possession.
Davis had been taken into custody Thursday morning for refusing to issue marriage certificates on the grounds that same sex marriages violated her religious faith. “My conscious won’t allow me,” she explained to the judge at the time. While many pointed out the obvious hypocrisy of having been married four times, divorced thrice, with a lot of infidelity in between, Davis held firm to her principles and considered jail a lot cooler than the fiery hells of eternal damnation. After her arrest, religious leaders across the nation expressed outrage over what they deemed the persecution of Christianity. Republican Presidential candidate and former governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee, trying to steal the spotlight away from the surging Donald Trump, took to twitter to say, “Kim Davis in federal custody removes all doubt about the criminalization of Christianity in this country. We must defend religious liberty.”
But all that talk came to a screeching halt Friday morning after Davis’s about face on the issue, causing some to speculate that she was bribed and possibly tortured while under federal custody. When asked by the press if bribery or torture played a part in her change in religious conviction, she only smiled shyly and said that Shaniqua showed her the error of her ways.
“I owe my revelation first and foremost to God, who sent me an angel. She spread her wings all up and over me and protected me from the winds of bigotry,” she said quivering from head to toe. “Praise God!” She then quickly trotted into her job at the clerk’s office and signed the first same sex marriage license she could get her hands on.
“I think it’s terrific,” said Scott Holland, one of the future grooms of Davis’s first official granted same sex license to marry. “In fact, we’re thinking of having our ceremony at the jail so Shaniqua can attend.”
When asked what effect her latest experience would have on her fourth and current marriage, Ms. Davis said, “I can’t imagine ever leaving my husband, at least not for another four years or so.”
Mike Huckabee and all the religious leaders we attempted to interview for a follow up were unavailable to comment.

Obama Renames Mount McKinley “Caitlyn”

President Obama announced this Sunday that he is officially changing the name of Mount McKinley in Alaska, to Caitlyn, via his 1, 079th executive order since taking office in 2009.
The mountain formally known as McKinley, at 20,320 feet, is the tallest in North American, and has been referred to in the feminine by Alaskans for years. Caitlyn is an Athabascan word that means, “the highest mountain without a peak.”
“This is long overdue,” said the President to a large and excited Alaskan crowd of 6 people this weekend. “Mountains should have a right to be that which they truly are, instead of what societal norms expect from them.”
Obama then altered the Mountain’s birth certificate to reflect the name change
The new and improved Mount Caitlyn was originally christened Mount McKinley by a gold prospector in 1896 in honor of President William McKinley. McKinley, the man, not the mountain, never visited Alaska in his Presidency, yet the name stuck for many reasons, including the hefty expense of reprinting history books a hundred years ago.
To help celebrate the mountain’s transformation, Vanity Fair is running a special featurein this month’s magazine. And across the nation, other misidentified national monuments are rumored to be on the verge of revealing changes of their own. Rumors that Yellowstone National Park is wanting to be identified as Pinkstone have yet to be verified.
Meanwhile, all 28 Republican Presidential candidates have come out against the change, most of whom insist it’s just another Obama overreach and a sign of Socialistic tolerance of deviant behavior that goes against Biblical teachings.
Front runner Donald Trump mocked both the President and the mountain while stumping in Iowa. “If Alaska hadn’t let all the Canadians infiltrate their border, Mount McKinley wouldn’t be a fat pig like Rosie O’Donnell. Elect me President and I will build a wall around Alaska and make America great again!” he said to a roaring crowd.