Week in Review

Madonna’s bid to adopt a Malawian child stalled after a judge ruled the pop star failed to meet residency requirements.

Madonna intends to harvest the child’s stem cells then inject them in hopes it will slow down her over ripening process, and argues if the child is allowed to stay in Malawi it will only go to waste.

President and Mrs. Obama traveled to London for the G20 Summit. There they met the Royal Family, whom Michele impressed by lifting the Queen above her head (three times). They also gave the Queen an iPod.

At the actual G20 Summit the economic situation was a major concern. There was little agreement, but there was consensus that tax havens like tiny Liechtenstein who had nothing to do with causing the economic crisis should be punished.

In the United States overly indulgent parents are spoiling babies by feeding them rocket fuel. On Friday the Iowa Supreme Court imposed same-sex “marriage” by judicial fiat. Homosexualists cheered the ruling, pledging to stage extravagant ass orgies in homes and public parks throughout the Hawkeye state over the weekend. They also said they will celebrate the Court ruling somehow, perhaps with a brunch.

A Swiss woman has imagined a third arm into existence. The arm is milky and translucent; she uses it to scratch her nose. Doctors say the woman “does not always perceive the arm but ‘retrieves’ it when needed”.

In North Carolina a mysterious creature attacked and severely damaged a family’s car:
Scratches, bite marks and holes -- that's the surprise the Gilliam family of Lincoln County found in their driveway on Sunday.
"I didn't hear anything," said SUV owner Holly Gilliam. "That scares me, too. Why didn't I hear something?" The unknown creature destroyed the brakes. 
"You know where you can get spotlights, there's big   giant holes where it ripped them out," said RJ.
Whatever damaged the 2004 Saturn Vue ripped through fiberglass and caused thousands of dollars in damage.
The incident is similar to attacks in South Carolina, perpetrated by the notorious Lizard Man. Lizard Man may be a misnomer - some argue Lizard Man isn’t reptilian at all, but is actually a swamp dwelling Bigfoot who looks green because he’s covered in algae. Being covered in algae might explain his rage.


  1. Can we find a way to deport Madonna to Malawi?

  2. This Carolinian monstrosity resembles President Mulatto Barry O'Bannon.

    Is it a composite police sketch?


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