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WASHINGTON (AFA NewsWire) In a party line vote taken today in the House of Representatives, Republicans voted to issue a proclamation congratulating President Donald Trump on being named Time Magazine's "Person of the Year". Senate Republicans later seconded the motion and issued a joint statement that the honor, while long overdue, was well deserved if too understated. No sitting members responded to such questions from the press as, "You know he isn't really Time's "Person of the Year", right", "Are you serious?" and "What the fuck!?!" Congressional Democrats were quick to point out that the proclamation was utterly meaningless having... Continue reading
Posted Dec 12, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
OK Boomer! The New Musical Sensation Dividing the Generations (To the tune of "Oklahoma!", with apologies to Rodgers & Hammerstein, their descendants, estates and lawyers) OK Boomer, we are getting offa your damn lawn And with rising seas and burning trees Pretty soon we'll all of us be gone OK Boomer, you have wrecked all that you leave behind The economy, society, And you vote as if you’ve lost your mind. We know. You had all the best bands But they're dead now, so just go pound sand! And when we say Shut up and go away! We really mean... Continue reading
Posted Nov 12, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
101 Dalmations Fashion designer's plan to use sustainable, renewable source for fur coats is thwarted by violent animal rights activists. Continue reading
Posted Nov 8, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
NEW YORK (AFA Newswire) Reaction to revelations that president Trump ordered a "water-filled trench, filled with snakes or alligators", built along the U.S. Mexico border, escalated further today when leaked White House memos about it were made public. This new information includes that White House staffers went as far as calculating cost estimates for the project, where they encountered a mountain of logistical and budgetary obstacles. The building and maintenance of a trench long enough to stretch from Brownsville, Texas to San Diego, California alone, much less access to and the cost of diverting enough water to keep it viable;... Continue reading
Posted Oct 2, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
A little song to commemorate the collapse of both 50th Anniversary of Woodstock events. Well, I came upon a middle-aged man He was talking about the road I asked, him, where you thinkin' of going And this he told me Well I'm off in search of Yasgur's ghost Gonna hire me some rock and roll bands Trynna get back to the land that set our Souls free We are boomers, years now golden Feeling like billion year old carbon And we want to buy our way back into the garden Well, then can I roam beside you? My world's been... Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
PRESS RELEASE: Undisclosed Location but Definitely Somewhere in North American United States. Wyoming, Maybe. The exciting new BabyFaceApp can show you what you might have looked like when you were an infant! Just send your name, address, phone number, social security card number, a valid credit or debit card account number, your current credit score, a recent picture of yourself and internet access to all photos ever taken of you. Just email this information to: notarussiantrollfarmidentitytheftscam@ today. Results in 2 to 5 days. You'll be amazed at what happens next! Continue reading
Posted Jul 18, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (AFA NewsWire) At a hastily organized rally Tuesday morning, President Donald Trump thrilled the assembled crowd by announcing that he was now a candidate for president of the Confederate States of America. "You had it so right, you rebels," he said to the cheering crowd, "You tried to preserve, protect and maintain your way of life, all that was right and good about America, all the things our Founding Fathers -- all white, all men, right? I don't have to tell you that, you know -- held so dear and fought so hard for," the president paused while... Continue reading
Posted Jul 17, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
NEWPORT, OREGON (AFA NewsWire) Just days after meeting with President Donald Trump, the Prince of Whales, confidant of Poseiden and Neptune, technical advisor to Jacques Cousteau and bon vivant of the Seven Seas, washed up on the Oregon coastline, just north of the town of Newport. "A couple walking their dog along Nye Beach had spotted the whale carcass Wednesday morning and called it it," said Deputy Phil Blanc of the Lincoln County Sheriffs Department, "It wasn't until we were packing the body with dynamite that we noticed the crown and the monocle." At that point, a local historians and... Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
Anthony Weiner Joins Field of 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates NEW YORK (AFA NewsWire) Within minutes of his release from 21 months in prison for lewd conduct with a minor, Anthony Weiner has announced his candidacy for president and said he would immediately begin preparations for the Democratic primary season. Convicted of sexting with an underage girl, Weiner, a six-term congressman and one-time New York mayoral candidate, still faces three years' of court supervised release. Speaking to reporters gathered outside the halfway house from which he had just emerged a mostly free man, Weiner was asked how he thinks jumping into... Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
Irish Times: Galway Parish Reports Record Numbers at New Drive-Thru Ash Wednesday Service First you fiddle with your keys, Dangling from your rosaries, Drive like mad then sit and wait, And, don't tailgate, don't tailgate, don't tailgate In whichever gear is needed, Inch along don't be impeded! Watch your mouth in this slow processional, It could land you in confessional! Two, four, six, eight, At least there's no collection plate! Tempting though it is to pass, On this novel drive-thru mass, If your seatbelt's not a chafer, Go on, supersize that wafer, Sundays, heathens do as they pleases, Honk if... Continue reading
Posted Mar 16, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
Between Rosencrantz & Guildenstern’s debut as a duo in Shakespeare’s Hamlet and their star turn in Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, the pair appeared in a wide variety of genres as supporting players or, as here, with top billing. Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Meet the Wolfman Scene 1 A dense forest. Rosencrantz steps into a clearing from stage left. ROSENCRANTZ Where are we? GUILDENSTERN From offstage A forest. Can you see it? ROSENCRANTZ No. Too many trees. Follow my voice. GUILDENSTERN Follow it where? ROSENCRANTZ To where I am. GUILDENSTERN Where are you? ROSENCRANTZ In the forest. GUILDENSTERN Stumbles... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
WASHINGTON DC (AFA NewsWire) In an apparent effort to reassure a public increasingly anxious about the president's mental state, three anonymous sources within the Trump White House have separately reported that the device containing the U.S. nuclear launch codes--popularly known as the "Nuclear Football"--has been replaced with a "Nuclear Rubik's Cube". "This ensures that if the president flies into one of his frequent tantrums," says the first leaker, "And his rage-tweeting isn't enough, should he decide to send some ICBMs to take out, I dunno, CNN or something, he'd have to get all of the six sides solidly one color... Continue reading
Posted Feb 19, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
Borista, noun -- coffee server at Russian Starbucks Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
The Kardashians Skinny jeans for men Pumpkin Spice Latte Brexit That UNTUCKit Guy Nesting Dolls Auto-Tune Instability in the Middle East and the Balkans The Masked Singer Co-worker's endless chattering about room temperature image: Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2019 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
Outgoing Chief of Staff John Kelly has reassured nervous White House staffers that he'll stick around long enough to show his replacement, Mick Mulvaney, where the taser is and how to use it the next time President Trump needs another "Time Out". Continue reading
Posted Dec 15, 2018 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
With Apologies to Warren Zevon I voted for a mogul the way I always do How was I to know he was with the Russians, too? I gambled with the ballot, I took a giant risk Send lawyers, Dems and Mueller To get me out of this, heyah! No innocent bystanders, we’ve restarted civil war Now from the field of battle, it’s hard to know what for And I'm down on my luck Yes, I'm down on my luck Well, I'm down on my luck I’m nearly out of healthcare, I’m a desparate man The cost of my prescriptions will... Continue reading
Posted Dec 13, 2018 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
WASHINGTON, DC (AFA NewsWire) Brett Kavanaugh surprised many today by withdrawing from his nomination to fill the Supreme Court seat being vacated by Justice Anthony Kennedy. He surprised everyone, however, with the announcement he was leaving the judiciary branch of government altogether to start his own brewpub. "I love beer," said an ebullient Kavanaugh to a group of reporters, "Always have, always will. This whole hearing process, painful as it was, was also cathartic, a revelation. It brought me back to my true passion, the one constant in my life, the one thing I could always count on and that... Continue reading
Posted Oct 3, 2018 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
Pollyamorous [pol-ee-am-er-uhs] adjective : being romantically involved with more than one parrot at the same time. Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2018 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
(AFA) WASHINGTON, DC — Hard on the heels of the president's announcement of establishing a Space Force to wage battles beyond earth's atmosphere, Mr. Trump today proposed digging a hole through the center of the earth that goes all the way to China. "Think of it," said the president, speaking on the phone to the hosts of Fox & Friends, “A direct route to China, an extremely important trading partner, just by digging a big, beautiful hole straight down and going the other side!” Mr. Trump emphasized the benefits to American trade, “We can just throw the parts needed into... Continue reading
Posted Aug 12, 2018 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
“Plausability is no longer an issue,” say those close to Trump’s besieged Chief of Staff Speaking to a reporter in his White House office, John Kelly made no effort to conceal a whiteboard listing “reasons” for his resignation. These include: “Pursue Other Interests.” “Spend More Time With Any Family Not Named Trump” “Crossed 'Keep Maniac from Blowing Up World’ off Bucket List, so, let somebody else do it for a while” “Burning Man, baby!” “Those rain gutters aren’t going to clean themselves” “Binge watch Gilmore Girls” “Write tell-all memoir and wait for Mueller's subpoena” “Just ‘Go out for cigarettes’ and... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2018 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
Maybe we should put the so-called Nuclear Football, the codes for launching a nuclear strike, inside an actual football. A regulation NFL Wilson. Trump would never question it. This way, if he ever gets in a mood to drop the Big One on somebody, he'll have to unlace that football first. And (this is important), tell him the protocol is that only he ("You alone must do it, sir!") is permitted to open it and nobody is allowed to help him or the deal is off. And no puncturing. Then, while the president is busy prying and tugging at the... Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2017 at Ant Farmer's Almanac
NAMBIA (AFA NewsWire) Emphasizing that they have no extradition treaty with the United States, the African nation of Nambia has invited Donald Trump to be that country's "President for Life". "Just please bring all the gold from your many buildings," requests Quentin Faraji, Nambia's minister of finance, speaking on behalf of the country's ruling party in an interview with the Nambian Chronicle. "Since the calamitous covfefe crop failures, our only growth industry is importing American millionaires' offshore bank accounts," Faraji said, "We have attractively low interest rates, tax loopholes you could drive a truck full of shell companies through, and... Continue reading
Posted Sep 21, 2017 at Ant Farmer's Almanac