Thursday, April 1, 2010

I Wish These Were April Fools' Put-Ons

Yeah, checking the dateline of this AZCentral item reveals that it is not an April Fools' joke item. Yeah, somebody really thought that the reflective tape on the poles of street signs were to guide nefarious foreign invaders imported from nefarious foreign lands to Arizona developments to kill good, God-fearing 'Murkins.

Checking out the more- how you say- outré corners of the t00bz where the real "black helicopter" fringe hangs out, one can find articles claiming that the 2010 Census is a ploy to tag dissidents' houses for future Hellfire missile strikes.* Since these are the sort of people who would pay $149.00 for several packets of seeds, I think I'll make some PHAT LEWT marketing home phalanx systems.

*The phrase the little chips that know where home is came to mind as I typed this.


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Since these are the sort of people who would pay $149.00 for several packets of seeds...

Hey those are the voters McCain is targeting.

Smut Clyde said...

Someone in the Pentagon needs to explain whose idea it was to order drones and missiles that only work if you have already visited the target's location to plant a tag.

Substance McGravitas said...

They, whoever you think “they” are, intend to kill you for your political, religious and cultural views.


Johnny Pez said...

"Yeah, we'll fool 'em by not filling out our census forms! They'll never find us!"

It hasn't occurred to any of these people that if the government can't locate them, it can't send them their Medicare and Social Security checks.

On the plus side, this will mean massive underreporting of the populations of conservative areas of the country. Maybe we'll start to see House seats shifting back from the South to the Northeast.

Another Kiwi said...

So, writing to a newspaperman to ask about the marking of the routes for the furryners will get a straight answer!
This must be a joke letter