Wednesday, July 8, 2009
CUT AND PASTE FIND NEW VENUE IN BAY AREA FOR PHONY LOAN ADVERTISEMENTS
Feline fraudsters Cut and Paste Cats needed advertising in the San Francisco Bay Area. Papers that would print anything. How else would they advertise all those phony stocks and bonds for shell companies?
"We need a newspaper that has gullible editors. Let's face it, some of these stocks are hard to sell in New York," said Cut Cat.
"What?" asked Paste Cat.
"Hamas Time Shares Paradise? Gaza Gardens Calamity Coverage? Community Bank of Bin Laden? Who would get mixed up with this trash?" asked Cut Cat. "Last time I saw these companies was in one of those airport vending machines in Chicago. You know, those easy lever boxes real close to the news racks and 'condom convenience centers'?"
"Berkeley Daily Planet," said Paste Cat. "They have to run 'em. Fools bought a bunch of the stock last week in New Jersey."
"Oh, okay," said Cut.
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