Local "food" producer JTM today announced the introduction of two new products to its enthralling, mysterious line of meat products that people as locally renowned as Reds pitcher Bronson Arroyo have sung songs about. After a process that's probably a lot like when you would use different shaped caps to squeeze out Play Doh and add in some filler, JTM now has a reduced fat macaroni and cheese dish and breakfast burritos that people who don't like cooking can purchase in large quantities and eat too many of.
comes after JTM during the summer asked baseball fans "how they 32,”
which the company hoped would spawn user videos of people chillin' and
grillin'. Unfortunately, the majority of user submissions described the
humiliation of having to buy larger-sized clothing and having their
doctors tell them they're fat when they already knew they were.
THURSDAY NOV. 11
Journalism is so bad these days you can't tell a threat from a promise. John Boehner, the orange-hued man who'll soon be second in line to be president, wants to let citizens know that once he's house speaker he plans to fly commercial during trips between Washington, D.C., and Ohio to save the country some cash. Liberals, aware of their defeat in recent elections and stuff, are now proposing what they call the "Kevin Smith Rule,” in which Boehner will be required to purchase two seats on each plane trip he takes in an attempt to slow down his single-handed solving of America's massive deficit problem.
Reports out of California
also described a "D.B. Cooper Rule" where fellow passengers can jump
out of the plane mid-flight if Boehner gets all red and riled over
President Obama and starts pounding on the seat tray in front of him.
FRIDAY NOV. 12
A model streetcar on display for six days at Fountain
Square downtown cost taxpayers $5,000, while a couple hundred dollars in
overtime was worked by Cincinnati Police officers.
SATURDAY NOV. 13
Cadillac Ranch was sued today, but not for the reasons you might expect (charging a lot and playing music you'd hear in a cruise ship club). Legal action instead was taken by an Alaskan lawyer named Tom Silberman, who proved to be neither a good mechanical bull rider nor an agile drunk.
The bar, which usually requires participants
to sign a waiver and get ogled by dozens of Affliction-shirt-wearing
old guys desperately hoping to see some underwear and maybe get a cell
phone pic of said underwear, failed to ask the lawyer to sign one. What
was even worse is that he busted his mouth up and claimed "mental
anguish" while seeking more than $25,000 in damages. Silberman's suit
alleges he "did not have the opportunity to avoid this accident." If
Silberman wins, expect parents of many underachieving kids to use this
line of reasoning in future lawsuits.
SUNDAY NOV. 14
Lovers of Four Loko and other caffeinated alcohol
concoctions that make you not remember things from the night before and
wake up feeling awful might want to stock up. The F.D.A.
is expected to soon announce its position on black-out-in-a-can drinks,
which probably means they aren't going to make it so legal to package
and sell these
increasingly delicious beverages. To prepare for the day when this
tasty combination of uppers, downers, laughers and screamers is taken
off the market, we advise that readers put a bunch in a cool, safe
place for the inevitable moment this year when Jordan Palmer takes over
as the Bengals' quarterback.
MONDAY NOV. 15
Either someone watched GoodFellas and was
mesmerized by the Lufthansa heist or some Canadian truck driver hauling
several million dollars worth of stuff that was stolen from a rest stop
in Florence, Ky., today has one hell of an alibi. The stolen truck was
left unattended with the keys in it for about 15 minutes, according to
reports, and when the driver returned the truck full of what was
obviously pain pills and all types of ill shit was gone. Whoever is
now, as Christopher Wallace once said, "holding more drugs than a
pharmacy" remains hopeful that since the driver was from Quebec he'd do a really solid mime routine during his interrogation.
TUESDAY NOV. 16
While denying the rumor that he would become President
Obama's chief of staff, former Secretary of State Colin Powell today
called midterm election results a "body blow" to Obama. Powell later
stated that looking back on waterboarding, "I think, subsequently, as
you kind of go down the years and take a look at what has happened over
the years, I think it could now be called torture." Powell went on to
state that with the benefit of hindsight a banana split could be
called a dessert and that a baseball is round.
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