Many of our readers are wondering how this website has gone from bad to worse over the years. I, as CEO, blame the inability of our marketing committee to raise enough funding for a functional Donate button. Next step, the creation of a Go Fund Me page to raise the money to create an on-site Donation button. More to come on that matter, but we are working diligently on this problem. Meanwhile, our recent article Where Is The Femdom Caucus Now? should have read ‘Freedom’ Caucus. We also apologize for the unfortunate direction our Photoshop team chose to take this misguided directive. We have removed the offensive image from the site and created an office dart board with it. Zano took a copy of it into the rest room for half an hour. I don’t know what’s up with that…OK, yes I do. Anyway, last week’s article Alien Ghost of Chiliean Found in Bowl in Mexico, should have been Ghost Chili Found in Mexican Illegal-Alien’s Bowl. This mistake caused a bit of panic south of the border—thankfully just the glorified gift shop in South Carolina, not the country.
In our article Don’t Ask, Just Yell, ‘Non-deplorable’ troops should have read ‘non-deployable’ troops. We are particularly saddened this occurred the same day our president was blowing off his duty to pay honors to our fallen American soldiers in France. The timing could not have been worse, but in our defense it was raining here too. And lastly, our midterm headline Every Vote Cunts was truly an unfortunate typo and not printed intentionally, especially since the Republicans ensured that a number of votes in North Carolina’s Ninth District went uncunted. Our readers can cunt on us to double our efforts in this area, which is still not a lot of time, really…it would appear that someone has added the “C” word as an auto-correct to our spell-check dictionary.
I would like to say such mistakes won’t happen again, but I cannot lie quite as easily and frequently as our president. Oh, there’s also some technically difficulties going on right now. Let’s blame that weird IT guy, who works remotely and only remotely works.