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Return of Misinforma

Back by seasonal demand, it’s the return of Return of Misinforma: the show that turns up the heat on environmentalists. (For best results, return on April 1st). 443 more words

Environment

Police search continues for the most ‘meaningless’ election issue

Officers have issued another request for any information pertaining to the whereabouts of the UK’s 2015 General Election. Meanwhile police have been dredging canals for anything that could be construed as a policy; but have only found one shopping trolley, the Lib Dems’ idea for proportional representation and  a photo of Neil Kinnock ‘falling in the sea’. 195 more words

Satire

Would FIFA Escape Punishment in Any Other Sport?

The elongated table that the group of men now sat at was comprised of expertly cut glass and a sleek combination of metals that gave the office furniture a modern edge that belied the wood which bedecked the floor. 1,817 more words

Football

WHAT THE FROG SANG

I tried to
sing you a
love song
but you likened
me to
a frog
(one that
doesn’t turn
into a prince)

and I asked… 68 more words

Poetry

...and the Horse You Rode In On

Last Sunday I told you that some significant life changes have altered how I’ve been writing. Things have gotten in the way of that one very important passion that has long defined who I am. 592 more words

True Stuff About Us

Vanessa J. Summers, Indiana lawmaker of racist baby charge, says a fetus can also be racist

The political world was introduced to Indiana lawmaker Vanessa Summers on March 24 when she told a Republican colleague that his 18-month-old son was racist. All the media attention that followed prompted her to cut her Facebook account. 550 more words

Satire

The Emperor's New Clothes

the UK goes to the polls in May to elect a new government

ahead of the vote, ‘cassetteboy’ has released his latest mashup attacking Conservative and UKIP party policies

Humor