After repeated excuses by Mooseclean’s management attributing the recent freeze on published content to laziness and drunkness of its nomadic, indigent, largely illiterate staff, the current paralysis of the newsrag is now being attributed to an apparent walkout.
OTTAWA—Writers of parody news were saddened to learn this week that merely writing their stories in the clipped, authoritative style of the Associated Press does not make them funny.
Image credit: CBC TORONTO—After having her sexual assault charges against Jian Gomeshi settled by peace bond last week, Kathryn Borel made a statement to the media. In the wake of what she said, the CBC is demanding Borel undergo sensitivity… Continue Reading
Photo: Brenda Lee, flickr. From the basement of his mother’s home in Thornhill, Ontario, disgraced former ‘Q’ host Jian Ghomeshi is quietly rebuilding his media empire. Capitalizing on his new reputation within the public consciousness, the fired CBC radio host… Continue Reading
The Clean Reader app, developed by an ultra-religious Christian couple from Idaho, claims to sanitize written works by removing ‘offensive’ swears and other ‘vulgar’ language.
Confident in the belief that no one will care—or even notice—given his relative obscurity and the short attention span of the public at large, ‘Russell L.’ [not his real name] frequently resubmits variations of his previous stories.
The sudden end to the Sun News Network, more commonly referred to as Fox North, has prompted an outbreak of Mad Cow Disease at an Alberta farm.