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BREAKING NEWS: ALLEGED CHILD MOLESTER JERRY “SHOWER SULTAN” SANDUSKY ADMITS “I SHOULD NOT HAVE SHOWERED WITH THOSE BOYS, A HOT BATH CLEARLY WOULD HAVE BEEN PREFERABLE”

In Satire on November 16, 2011 at 1:21 pm
Strom Thurmond.

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November 16, 2011
| Reported by: Dixon Maibut|
|Editor: Brad S. DeFlumeri Jr.|

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HAPPY VALLEY, PA — As the GOP nomination for 2012 heats up, so too does Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky’s lurid shower tales. In fact, OCCUPY HAPPY VALLEY SHOWERS, through its investigative arm, can now confirm that no fewer than three GOP presidential contenders – and former Republican United States Senator from South Carolina Strom Thurmond – as well as Fox News personality Sean Hannity were present in Penn State football showers with Mr. Sandusky and naked young boys.

The three presidential contenders — Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, Herman Cain of Georgia, and Mitt Romney of the Mormon Church – immediately responded to our investigative findings with statements: Read the rest of this entry »

Welcome Brad DeFlumeri Jr., Satirist

In Satire on November 16, 2011 at 1:04 pm

It is with great pleasure that I welcome to this site, the brilliant and biting satire of Mr. Brad S. DeFlumeri Jr. A friend and brilliant writer with a talent for viewing current events through an often hilarious lens.

I will apologize in advance if any reader finds the writing’s of Mr. DeFlumeri inappropriate, offensive, and tasteless — as can often be the case with satire — yet it will be published knowing that many will find it irresistibly intelligent and amusing.

I will also apologize to those who will be dismayed that the official standards of editing — such as AP,Chicago, and any other modern guides to journalistic style — will be largely ignored in this section at our discretion in favor of a looser, and hopefully more exciting, personal style.

Though it will pose as real news, it will most definitely not be. Please do not confuse it with real life events or serious journalism. Read the rest of this entry »