Today the FTC announced that the Internet is no longer dangerous. “We have cleaned it up pretty well,” said FTC spokesperson Renata McRiddle. “The bad people pretty much stay on sites like Myspace and Facebook.”
Jeff Fields, the spokesman for Myspace agrees. “We have really pulled out all the stops to make myspace.com the monopoly on ‘bad people’. Almost ninety percent of our population are either men posing as women or underage girls posing as women.”
A recent Gallup poll suggests that almost 78% of the United States’ pedophiles have an account on Myspace and 63% of those have more than Tom as their friends.
When researching for this article, we were unable to get in contact from anyone at Facebook.
The United States Department of Homeland Security has announced the newest weapon in the battle to keep illegals out of the lower 48. Set to go up all around the borders, these specially treated lubricated fences will help deny access to US soil.
“When an illegal approaches the fence, he or she will soon see the wrath and might of the US of A!”, says Julio Santez, a high-ranking DHS official. “As soon as they touch the fence, they will slip right off!”
Another official that refused to be named stated that by using this new method, US Taxpayers will save billions of dollars compared to if current security standards are expanded.
A well known technology company, LS Electronics, has filed a lawsuit in Beijing this week. LS released a highly sought after phone last year, called the Mocha. The phone was not available in China until early this year.
“By that time, the Chinese public thought that we were selling the fake knock-offs!”, exclaims Boo Yun, Chief of Design for LS Electronics. “We can’t believe it. How dare they think that!”
It is believed that LS has sold only 1 million of the Mocha phones in china, while the counterfeits account for 100 times that number.