The Jokes:

Rumor is DirecTV and Dish Network are going two merge. I haven’t seen two things that blow so much get together since that time I accidently visited Brazzers.

After breaking up with Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez is teaming up with K-Mart for a clothing line. Selena sure likes to get together with things loved by middle aged woman.

The new Call of Duty game is out today. In related news the use of the word “Fag” by 12 year old boys is expected to triple today.

15 Year Later:

As we continue our 15 year anniversary, here’s an article joking about the LAPD being sent Iraq to plant weapons, since none could be found there. About Bill Maher would make the same joke about a week later. Coincidence or┬áplagiarism? Certainly coincidence, there’s little doubt that Bill Maher visits this site, or any site that has “God” in the title.

LAPD Sent To Iraq

The Pentagon has announced it is sending members of the LAPD to aid the troops in the search of the weapons of mass destruction.

The LAPD was chosen due to their amazing ability to find weapons on already shot criminals. Even those who didn’t seem to have any weapons on them at first.

“These gentleman are amazing,” said Pentagon official Felipe Alou, “I’ve worked with these guys in the past. There were times they’d shoot a suspect criminal who didn’t look like they had a weapon. But sure enough the cop would walk over there and he’d somehow find a gun on the body. It was like magic.”

The group sent will be led by ex-infamous detective Mark Furmnan, who’s bringing his special turban that covers his entire face and is pointy on the top.

“It’s going to be tough,” Furman told anyone who’d listen, “There’s a lot of non-whites there, so they can’t be trusted… what? It’s not like you didn’t already know I was racist!

Watch This:

This guy plays the Inspector Gadget song on bottles. If I could do that I wouldn’t get a job either.

 

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