Minister of Science and Chief Protector of the Faith

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Hey! I Like Baloney!


 
Evil Kingons have been sighted in the United States!


Mirabile Investment Corporation (MIC), a Memphis-based management company with more then 40 Burger King locations across the Mid-South, placed the words "Global Warming is Baloney" on many it's exterior signs. [ 1, 2, 3 ] There are also complaints that MIC forces its employees and consumers to watch Fox News.

A corporate spokesperson for The Burger King Corporation states that the signs have all been removed and do not reflect the views of the company. Under the current franchise agreement, frnchisees are not allowed to promote any specific political and/or religious beliefs at their restaurants.

According to the Kingon Defense Academy, Kingons attack earthlings and steal their worthless crapola by utilizing such devastating techniques as the Neon Nurple, the Dozarian Flat Tire and the Warp Five Wedgie.


Kingons are also responsible for promoting unhealthy eating disorders in our youth...


 

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5 Comments:

At Wed Jun 03, 03:09:00 AM, Blogger ZIRGAR said...

And as punishment the MIC should actually be forced to eat BK food until they die, which should be soon, if they have to eat BK food.

 
At Wed Jun 03, 12:40:00 PM, Blogger Randal Graves said...

I like bologna, too. Fried, like these yokels' collective noodle.

 
At Wed Jun 03, 09:19:00 PM, Blogger Steve said...

they obviously don't know the planet Romulus will blow up soon (soon on a cosmic scale that is)

 
At Thu Jun 04, 01:16:00 PM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Zirgar: Yeah! And they should be forced to play with those crappy kids meal toys, too!

Randal Graves: I know! Most of my blog is made out of baloney!

Steve: I think that the sponsor will fill them in on the state of Romulus eventually... ;o)

 
At Sat Jun 06, 01:32:00 PM, Blogger Freida Bee, MD said...

And, they are misleading this nation's youth. Those are rectangular butts, so they are, in fact, lying in a sense, no?

 

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