Humor & Satire

Regarding Works of Fiction, Including But Not Limited to Humor, Satire, or Parody:
Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. If you think an article or a story is about you, someone you know, or some organization to which you belong, when it does not specifically mention you, you are probably mistaken, extremely paranoid, or simply narcissistic.

Harry and The One-Eyed Bunny

22 April 2019 Fantasy/Sci-Fi

This is a revision of a previous story, Horace and The One-Eyed Bunny (which can still be found on this site). I never liked the main human character’s name all that much. So I changed it to Harry, and then made some very minor edits to the narrative. This story start came from seeing one of […]

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Parenting 101: The Audacity of Modern Parenting

20 April 2019 Humor & Satire

Every generation has those parents that, after having a child and a few years of nurturing, think they have the rewritten the book of parenting for everybody else. Apparently, most of these parents attend my church. I wish they were around when I was raising my son, so I could bow down at their feet […]

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Ephrata PA Police Department Getting Advanced Drone in 2019 to Spy on the Small Town

20 December 2018 Humor & Satire

Ephrata PA Police Department announced this week that they will be getting a more sophisticated flying drone to spy on the small town in northern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

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Clint Eastwood Rips Into Evangelical Praise Song Writers With This Hilarious Satire

13 December 2018 Christianity & The Church

If you ever find me in your church and see me not singing the contemporary praise songs, Clint may have all the reasons why I do not..

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Risk Management Organization Warns of Global Shit Storm of Livestock Manure

7 December 2018 Humor & Satire

The Risk Management Syndicate (RMS), in a press release published in their highly hilarious journal, Popular Risk Management, warn of the potential for a global and dangerous pandemic of livestock shit, perhaps equivalent to a zombie apocalypse.

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