Hmm, let’s see, the subtitle to this award-winning online magazine is “Tasteless American Satire for the Ill-Informed.”
If that doesn’t tip you off, then I will admit it: The articles are 100% made-up, but the satire behind them is as real as John McCain’s confusion about shiites and sunnis.
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