Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Onion Vol. 42 #30

Back from reruns, a fresh new Onion today.
  • Wikipedia Celebrates 750 Years Of American Independence
    "On July 25, 1256, delegates gathered at Comerica Park to sign the Declaration Of Independence, which rejected the rule of the British over its 15 coastal North American colonies," reads an excerpt from the entry. "Little did such founding fathers as George Washington, George Jefferson, and ***ERIC IS A FAG*** know that their small, querulous republic would later become the most powerful and prosperous nation in history, the Unified States Of America."

  • U.S. Soldiers Ask Rumsfeld If They Could Get Surprise Visit From Loved Ones Instead
    "As great as it was to get a visit from the commander in chief, given the choice, I'd rather see my mom," said Army Cpl. Emilio Salazar, who is serving his third tour of duty. "Or my dad, or even my girlfriend. I'm just saying, they could fit a lot of people on Air Force One."

  • Sparrow Aviation Administration Blames Collision On Failure To Detect Pane Of Glass
    SAA Commissioner Vincent Stivolo said the crash was likely due to glass, a "common, yet not fully understood phenomenon" in which an area normally blocked by such barriers as curtains, blinds, or shutters suddenly appears to be an open passage to an indoor facility or an unobstructed extension of the outdoor environment.


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