The Randomness Continues

Friday, August 27, 2004

Earlier today it was reported that somehow the Nation's debt from the War in Iraq has been paid completley. This was followed by some reports from the Kennedy Space Center, where apparently some changes have been made. Slowly the truth started to emerge.


Kennedy Starbucks? Posted by Hello

During a press conference, White House spokesman Ari Fleicsher said, "There is no truth to these reports that the United States government has sold it's space program to Starbucks. This never was and never will be a course of action we will take." Fleischer then went on to talk about how, despite it's price, Starbucks coffee is some of the best coffee he has ever had.



Like all people, Ari Fleischer needs his coffee before going to lie, I mean work. Posted by Hello


No one from Starbucks would return our calls. If you think about it, this actually makes sense. A few months ago President Bush made announcements that new life will be put into the nation's space program, NASA. That new life? A triple latte, of course. The program has gone downhill since it's popularity in the 60s. Recently there have been many probes to Mars, but with lack of funds, not much became of them. So it only makes sense to sell the entire program to Starbucks.


One small sip for man, one giant gulp for mankind. Posted by Hello

When asked to comment on the allegations, President Bush said, "I cannot comment on that. Dick Cheney promised to take me to see Princess Diaries 2 if I kept quiet."


"What's a Starbuck? Is that some kind of alien deer?" Posted by Hello

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