Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Special Holiday Purchase: AK-47 Assault Rifle

The Shopping Channel has 10,000 AK-47 Assault Rifles available for immediate purchase. Makes for a great gift for kids too!

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Hi-Jinx in the office copy room.

Watch as this guy breaks the glass on the copier while making a copy of his derriere.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Wonder Woman picks up her Methadone

Image Originally uploaded to flickr by Gulliver

On this Thanksgiving Eve, Wonder Woman was spotted in Hollywood as she picked up her methadone. Paparazzi Gulliver was crawling the seedy Hollywood back streets when he came across the DC Comics superheroine as she demanded quicker service. Representatives for DC Comics were unreachable for comment at the time of this publication.

Monday, November 19, 2007

You'll like these Hot Buns

In preparation for the upcoming Thanksgiving festivities, the National Baking Institute is urging America to enjoy hot buns. Chef Scott Peecock, an Alabama Chef by way of Georgia says, "Your entire family will go wild when they see your hot buns this Thanksgiving".

However, some say that this year's crop may have more lead content than in past years. Floyd Pbvein, a metal toxicology specialist cautions, "This year, the Shiny Glaze has made its way from China to American store shelves. It's the shiny glaze that contains the problem." The Chinese glaze is similar to the glaze used in pottery, and it may contain traces of lead.

TSA officials have reported that the lead laced buns were first noticed in airport x-ray scanners. "At first we thought that explosives might be in the buns because on the x-ray screens, the lead buns look solid." After closer inspection it was determined that the only thing that these buns will explode is your waistline if you eat too many.

Health officials are urging Americans to enjoy their buns this holiday season, and steer clear of Chinese toppings and cookwear.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

RECALLED: Dangerous Playground Slide Made in China

Add one more "Made in China" dangerous recall item to the list. Officials in Tuscaloosa, AL have reported several injuries to children as a result of defective playground slides that have sharp edges.

When the city's parks department superintendent was questioned as to how such obvious flaws were not noticed by the crews that installed the slide, Superintendent Johnson said, "Well, we're all really busy here at the department... under staffed and under funded. We depend on the public to help us find these problems."

Now that the problems have been identified, it should only be about 4 weeks until the committee can decide what to do with the defective slides.

Saturday, November 03, 2007

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